C.O.F.O.C are a band from Brazil that has been featured before in this zine with a musical style on this recording that mixes raw and blasphemous sounding black metal with elements of noise and punk and this is a review of their 2014 ep "Dogs Of Hell" which was released by The True Blackevil.
The ep starts out with harsh noise sounds and demonic growls along with some drums in the background and a very lo-fi and raw black metal sound and the vocals also go into that direction as well as bringing in more grim elements.
As the ep progresses more bestial black metal sounds are brought into the music along with the drums being the most powerful sounding instrument on this recording and the last track is a cover of G.G Allin's "Bite It You Scum".
C.O.F.O.C create a very blasphemous sound on this recording without having to really on guitars and proves that black metal can still sound very evil with drums and vocals along with a raw and primitive production and lyrics that cover satanic, anti christian, alcohol and hateful themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from C.O.F.O.C and if you are a fan of raw and blasphemous black metal mixed in with noise and punk, you should check out this ep. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "666 to Pope" and "Bite It You Scum". 8 out of 10.