thrash metal Archive

Strikemaster – Vicious Nightmare

Leave it to the Riddick brothers to come up with a baddass label and cover art!!!! The latest CD from Metal Hit are serious spine snappers Strikemaster! No fucking joke, Strikemaster is not for the weak so if you have any sort of heart condition, anxiety or seizure disorder or are scared of acquiring one [&hellip

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Razorwyre – Coming Out

Previously known as Gaywire in reference to the tongue-in-cheek spirit of traditional metal, New Zealand’s Razorwyre comes as an energetic band of youngsters dedicated to the original way of heavy metal. It is very enriching to listen to metal from places such as Australia and New Zealand. There are a lot of talented heavy metal [&hellip

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Seven Witches – Call Upon the Wicked

OOOOOH Yeah!!!!! Now I’m back in my metal realm again as I sift through my pile of “to review” that’s been building into a Tower of Babel of it’s own. ‘Call Upon the Wicked’ is the 8th offering from this true heavy metal massive featuring Jack Frost (founder and axe wielder), the James Rivera (Helstar, [&hellip

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Arson Anthem – Insecurity Notoriety

New Orleans, Louisiana…in the year of our dog, 2006. Hurricane Katrina wages a relentless and deadly war against the unsuspecting citizens of the grand and historic city, leaving a devastating mark not to be forgotten. Eyehategod’s Mike IX Williams faced the loss of his material possessions and transplanted himself into a spare apartment belonging to [&hellip

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Warbeast – Krush The Enemy

Formed in the fall of 2006, Warbeast has a history rooted deeply in the Texas underground metal scene, with ties to bands like Rigor Mortis, Gammacide and Texan death-dealers, Demonseed. Originally spreading their rage under the name Texas Metal Alliance, the band eventually changed their identity to a more to the point, albeit fitting, moniker [&hellip

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Morbid Carnage – Night Assassins

Morbid Carnage has come from Hungary to defile and destroy the weak with their latest release, “Night Assassins”.  Pulverised Records is an aptly named place to market this superb Old School Thrash titan. These guys aim for your head right away with their manic riffs, chaotic thrashing and scathing vocals, all delivered with pinpoint precision. This [&hellip

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Black Angel / Adokhsiny – Black Ritual of Satan

Combining bestial black metal assault with old school death metal punishment, ‘Black Ritual of Satan’ is a triumphant victory in the war against the flock of god.  Peruvian lords of darkness Black Angel offer 4 incantations from beyond the grave while South Korea’s Adokhsiny drive the final 3 nails into the coffin lid.  Released in January [&hellip

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Angrepp – Warfare

With ‘Warfare’ (Abyss Records), Swedish blackened thrash mob Angrepp have issued a stern, punk-infected warning to the planet’s poser population. Mixed and mastered by Dan Swano at Unisound Studios and manifesting itself at just over half an hour, the statement seems to express the message that the band has no plans of taking any prisoners [&hellip

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Maax – Six Pack Witchcraft

Muncie, Indiana’s outlaw brigade known as Maax have let loose a vicious, new beast into the neighborhood. The band’s new EP, Six Pack Witchcraft (Abyss Records) offers up five raging assaults of what can best be described as the bastard child of black metal (in the vein of Darkthrone and Celtic Frost), old school thrash [&hellip

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Hacavitz

Interview by Skullsplitter The new album sounds great.  Is the studio as grueling as it’s made out to be? Antimo: its just a normal studio with a good soun man (Carlos Padilla, saludos!) he had made every sound and album for Hacavitz possible! we want to thank him for all support and interest in this band! [&hellip

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