Track Of The Day - The Pit Edition
Tell us what track is ticking your boxes today. Here's what's ticking mine:
Crossover thrash from North Carolina, USA.
Progressive thrash metal from Arizona, USA.
German death/thrash. This is the slower, chuggier track on the E.P.
I'm not in the Pit, but Nevermore knew very well how to blend together power, groove, and thrash metal in their first album, before their subsequent progressive metal albums.
Swiss tech thrash from 1989.
Killer modern groove metal with elements of melodeath and thrash. Even though the band was banned from performing live in my home country, I still think they're not too bad in terms of controversy, so..."SEE WHO GIVES A F***!!"
Classic German thrash metal.
Californian thrash metal.
Some of you might already notice that I've contributed to the Modern Thrash Metal challenge by re-posting my This Godless Endeavor review. I might try another thrash album from that list soon. Here's a crazy good song from this album:
I love this album so much. It was my first Nevermore album (totally ignored them to that point) and I was sold.
There's no need to re-post reviews by the way. I can very easily see which albums each member has rated / reviewed.
A belter of a heavy metal power ballad from these New York thrashers.
Another brutal sick song from the masters of groove metal Lamb of God:
Mid-80's thrash metal from Chicago, USA.
Intense New Jersey thrash metal.
This song is from Blind Guardian's old thrashy speed metal era, and they made it more majestic with their newer epic metal sound live. One of the rare instances where live sounds better than studio! But I'm still showing you the original (remastered). That circus organ intro though, what's up with that!?
High quality Bay Area thrash metal for fans of Slayer & Venom.
Nice one, Daniel - a great ep this one. Proper evil-sounding thrash.
Managed to pick up an original vinyl copy last summer too!
Proper groove metal at its best, with the most METAL acoustic intro you would ever hear.
A gem from the golden age of Teutonic thrash.
I finally became interested in Vektor. F-tuned shrieking progressive thrash metal! Vektor's album Black Future now has 13 votes in the hall of judgement. 2 more until voting is complete! Please vote right now if you haven't already, so the hall can choose its fate.
Mid-80's Brazilian thrash metal with black metal vocals & blast beats.
Another killer song from Vektor's Black Future! This album is so awesome that I can show you the entire thing, but I won't. Please listen to the album yourself and vote in the Hall of Judgement if you haven't already. I know I sound a little desperate, but this album is so close to its fate in the Hall!
Yeah I don't mind that track although it's not one of my album highlights. I have to admit that while I always enjoy Vektor's classic albums I've never found them quite as mind-blowing as the rest of the metal scene seem to. "Black Future" is my favourite of them though.