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Check out 'Suck My Energy', 'Lonely', 'As A Boy' and 'Man on the Edge' from this mighty metal record. The only reason they weren't immense is because they were Belgian and not many new about them. They toured here, and 30 people showed up. It was sad to see.
Belgiums heaviest deliver their most aggressive album to date. Its groovy, heavy, angry, and fantastic on all fronts. A classy band that didn't go far enough, success-wise.
If you like the 'Cowboys from Hell' production, then this is the next best thing to that album. Channel Zero's second-best album delivers on most fronts.
A hard band to pin down, but they are heavy, very technical, and a major talent in modern metal.
Deranged, frenetic, talented, and heavy as hell. The Mr. Bungle of thrash. Triple A band whose catalogue is flawless.
My copy of 'The Anatomy Of' arrived today, and whilst it's all covers, BTBAM versions of 'Blackened', 'Jizzlobber' and 'Cemetery Gates' are good. It's not an essential purchase like their other stuff, but interesting.
They fixed the problems with 'Industrialist' (though the drum machine was part of the industrial concept), brought in Hoglan and delivered an excellent metal album.
Fear Factory's latest is the best album they've made since 'Demanufacture'. Hoglan and Dino are machines.
Because 'The Wait' is on it - provided you didn't buy the edition that didn't contain it. No-one owns covers like Metallica.
Yeah, it's an ep, but have you ever heard covers like this before. Metallica own them.
Technical German thrash that mostly went unheard.
My goodness. This is 'Reign in Blood' and 'Pleasure to Kill' on steroids.
Sweet! Thanks for putting up these gems, mate. It's my favourite thread on the net. Good stuff!
Blastcore/Beercore at its finest. 'Shark Attack' ain't far behind, either.
Canada's finest in a crushing return to form.
Yes, they are excellent. No doubt.
Someone must be put here "Eyes of Horror" in the first 10 places, Possessed is the birth of death metal!
Death? Thrash? Both? Either way, if 'Seven Churches' is here, then so should this one.
Anyone else like this one? It's their most coherent yet, and Heafy delivers a masterful vocal performance, along with the rest of the band.V 1 Comment
Crank up 'Davy Jones' and see how good this album is. Yeah, you could throw it into the cheap Metalcore basket if you want, but there's a lot more to this release than that.
All of this bands releases are fast, groovy, mathematic, and incredibly well-executed. I hope it stays up here, because these guys albums are incredible.
A few production issues aside, this is Euro-thrash at its brilliant best. 'The Challenge', 'In the Trash', 'At War with Science' are immense.
John Bush on vocals re-ignited the fire with these guys, but Dan Spitz wanted out and barely contributed anything. They have never been the same since 'Among The Living' and Exodus deserve their place now. Sad but True!
Underrated Anthrax beast, and probably their best until 'Worship Music' arrived 15-years later.
Halford goes borderline thrash, but with a lot of melody as well. Top musicianship, and if you like Halford's vocals, you'll love this one.
Ah, City. Thanks for the correction. I own too much stuff. Cheers!
Their best, by far.
Rare German thrash. Good, too.
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