Tag Archive: Thrash Metal

Apr 17

Album Review: Seprevation – Consumed

Seprevation - Consumed

Seprevation [UK]
Consumed
2014
Full Length
Independent
Death/Thrash Metal

3 years after their formation, UK’s death/thrash metal horde Seprevation finally unleashes their debut full length album. Consumed promises to be a treat to fans of bands such as Death, Possessed and Sadistic Intent, but one realises quickly enough that there is more than that …

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Apr 03

Album Review: Sabbatory – Endless Asphyxiating Gloom

Sabbatory - Endless Asphyxiating Gloom

Sabbatory [Canada]
Endless Asphyxiating Gloom
2014
Full Length
Unspeakable Axe Records
Death Metal

The chaos that Canadian bands present so far, especially with the brutality of the war metal genre certainly leaves one with an impression of endless destruction for bands out of the region. Sabbatory instead potentially presents a …

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Mar 25

Album Review: Mercyless – Unholy Black Splendor

Mercyless - Unholy Black Splendor

Mercyless [France]
Unholy Black Splendor
2013
Full Length
Trendkill Recordings
Death/Thrash Metal

France’s Mercyless has had quite an interesting history, with the band dabbling in genres as diverse as Electro and Trip Rock under the moniker of Day Off Sin, which resulted in the original hiatus of the band in …

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Mar 12

Album Review: Toxic Waltz – Decades of Pain

Toxic Waltz - Decades of Pain

Toxic Waltz [Germany]
Decades of Pain
2014
Full Length
Independent
Thrash Metal

Drawing inspiration from Bay Area thrash legends Exodus, Toxic Waltz was named after one of the more popular songs of the aforementioned, and also one of my personal favourites. Decades of Pain is the band’s debut full length, 5 years …

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Mar 08

Heavy Metal Tribune #013

OUT NOW: Heavy Metal Tribune #013

Returning after a 7-year long wait since their last album, Fields of Rot, Norwegian black/thrashers Nocturnal Breed grace our cover, with band mastermind S.A. Destroyer giving us a peek behind the scenes on what went on in the writing of their latest album, Napalm Nights.

In our chat with Matti and …

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