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Posts tagged "Death Thrash"
Deus Otiosus - Opposer (Great Dane Records)

Deus Otiosus – Opposer (Great Dane Records)

This is their fourth full length release and continuing in a similar vein to the former full length album ‘Rise’ from a few years back, this Danish band have been criminally somewhat under the radar throughout their recording career. Immediately you are greeted with good.. Read More
Dead Conspiracy – S/T (Necromantic Press Records)

Dead Conspiracy – S/T (Necromantic Press Records)

Back in 2014 I was introduced to this US band’s debut “Abomination Underground” which was more or less a compilation of an EP and demo tunes and offered a slice of retro deathrash authenticity that I really enjoyed and tugged on the rancidly drooling heart.. Read More
Poisoned -Beyond The Gates Of Fire (Fallen Temple)

Poisoned -Beyond The Gates Of Fire (Fallen Temple)

Hailing from Gdansk, Polish old school thrash-death metal three piece Poisoned are every bit your throwback to the late 80’s and early 90’s. With a demo and split under their belt, the three piece are all set to unleash their full length debut offering, “Beyond.. Read More
Perversor – Anticosmocrator (Hells Headbangers)

Perversor – Anticosmocrator (Hells Headbangers)

“Inhale”, proclaims the first track of this collection of violent outbursts from Chile’s Perversor. What you’re inhaling here is the musical equivalent of a plague of locusts. If “Inhale” was associated with a colour, it would be black or grey. The black clouds take over.. Read More
Vampire – ST (Century Media)

Vampire – ST (Century Media)

These Swedes for me set the Live Evil Festival in London late last year alight with their death thrash black arsenal of nasty, often breakneck paced metal madness. Quickly becoming something of an underground sensation, it’s therefore quite surprising that they are now on such.. Read More
Sic Zone – Bear the Consequences (DR Music)

Sic Zone – Bear the Consequences (DR Music)

Singing along happily to “The Day You’re Gonna Die” and generally protesting about anything and everything may not sound like the recipe to a memorable work, but Sic Zone come at this album from an interesting angle. It would be ridiculous if they broke off.. Read More
Warbeast - Destroy (Season Of Mist)

Warbeast – Destroy (Season Of Mist)

Formed in 2006 and “discovered” by Down’s Phil Anselmo, Warbeast have been flying high of late. Last month’s split EP with the Down frontman was my first hit of Warbeast and upon discovering it was one heady cocktail, I naturally asked for more. Ave Noctum’s.. Read More
Intractable - Inner Decay (SR)

Intractable – Inner Decay (SR)

The debut offering from the Swiss quartet out of Sursee is an impressive death/thrash album with plenty of groove and tempo changes to keep things dynamic and interesting. A nice solid groove opens “Captured” which steadily progresses over Benjamin Kottmann’s drums, while his vocals have.. Read More
Eugenic Death – Crimes Against Humanity (Heaven and Hell Records)

Eugenic Death – Crimes Against Humanity (Heaven and Hell Records)

‘Crimes Against Humanity’ is this North Carolinian quartet’s debut album, having been preceded by by just one demo in 2011. For a new band, the press release certainly sets them up in distinguished fashion, drawing parallels with such luminaries as Onslaught, Demolition Hammer, and the.. Read More
Flayed Disciple - Death Hammer (Grind Scene Records)

Flayed Disciple – Death Hammer (Grind Scene Records)

I was genuinely surprised to discover that `Death Hammer’ is actually Flayed Disciple’s first full length album. For a debut, it is incredibly professional, accomplished and polished, as well as visceral and intense. It is also a genuinely authentic-sounding slab of face-ripping death/thrash metal; the.. Read More
Septekh – The Seth Avalanche (Abyss Records)

Septekh – The Seth Avalanche (Abyss Records)

Swedish Death/thrash is the official characterisation of Septekh, this EP is their second, alongside one demo that the band have put out since their formation 4 years ago. Whilst the opener ‘Fuckslut from Hell’ may lead to preconceptions of their sound, it is thankfully not.. Read More