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'Suffer The Masses' is worth the hefty price in hunting this one down, but it's debatable if the album's any good or not.
A rarity, and an experimental one at that. But give it time and it rewards the listener. Still gutsy as hell.
2 cds of covers thrown at you like the kitchen sink. Everything great and garbage is on this one, and as a whole it delivers big time! Ignore the critics - even though they have a point. Just great value for money.
The name says it all, and the cover of 'Black Soul Choir' is, well, BEAST! Refer this thread on to your friends. It's a winner!
Supergroup collaboration, which is thrashy, progressive, melodic, and all in between. Check out their follow-up too.
Young upstarts about to take over the scene. There's a bit of raw Sylosis here, but they have a style all of their own.
From the remnants of the mighty Excel comes Scatterbrain. Is it thrash? Who knows? But it's metal with humour and skill that rivals Anthrax.
Max finally gets back to his 'Roots', (thrash), gets rid of most of that caveman nu-metal tribalism, and delivers one of the heaviest albums either Sepultura or Soulfly have made. It's not perfect, but it's excellent.
I really like slipknot but this shouldn't be here
Slipknot lose most of their Nu-Metal/Metalcore influences and smash out their classiest album to date. And, yes, it's intelligent, well-crafted, and thrashy as hell.
They took Slayer as their influence, but they created a few classy, distinct cds like this one.
This bands only truly metal/thrash release delivered in spades. Pepper Keenan is beastly on the track 'Vote With A Bullet'. A gem of an album.
Canada's best return with blistering riffs, and, if my memory serves me correct, 40+ blistering solos. A reclamation of 80's thrash, and we all know Waters shreds.
A 3-song ep that is longer than 'Reign in Blood'. There is no metal band on the planet that can match these lunatics musically, creatively, and in quality. It is mental stimulation at its finest, so do yourself a favour if you like death, thrash, prog, speed metal, metal, blastcore, all in one song. Beast!
Because the title track and Self-Bias Resistor are two of the most brutal in metal history. The rest is merely superb. 9/10.
Nothing much to say about this one, other than how brutal it is. Probably in the top 20 thrash albums ever made.
Apparently as good as their other classics, with the same line-up as their other classics, but I can't put it in the tray because 'By Inheritance' is welded into my cd player.
Milano's S.O.D offshoot doesn't live up to the former, but there's some quality riffs and humour abound in this quality record.
Yes, there's a sequel, and yes, it's not great, but if you like groove thrash you may want to own it because you're a materialistic hoarder like me.V 1 Comment
It's claimed to be their best, but I don't think so. Someone, please prove me wrong.
Steve Zetro Souza fronting your album is always a good thing. Take a listen to his original version of Testament's 'Reign of Terror' and see for yourself. Exodus' last classic from their halcyon days.
Apologies. Is an album? Is it a single? Is it an EP? I don't think even Meshuggah know themselves. They don't even know how they made this 20-minute epic, and don't even know how to play it! Confused? Same here. But, whatever they did, it is a monster.
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