Track Of The Day - The Pit Edition
Aggressive mid-80's Brazilian thrash metal in the vein of Slayer, "Darkness Descends"-era Dark Angel & 80's Sepultura.
My favourite song from the album. It reminds me very much of the sound that Fear Factory would push later on that year & the solo has more than a little Tom Morello about it with Rage Against The Machine's debut also coming later on in 1992.
One of the thrashier numbers from the Nashville speed metallers' debut album "Live To Die". For fans of Lååz Rockit, ZnöWhite & Anthrax.
One of the thrashier numbers from Suicidal's 1987 album "Join The Army".
Aggressive Californian thrashcore for fans of DRI, Attitude Adjustment & Wehrmacht.
Birmingham thrash metal for fans of Détente, Onslaught & English Dogs. This track has an extended intro that reminds me heavily of Slayer's "Hell Awaits" while some of the more thrashy moments also sound a bit like "Darkness Descends" era Dark Angel.
Fast, raw & aggressive mid-80's Teutonic thrash for fans of Kreator, Destruction & Necronomicon.
The ripping opening track from the third album from these Brazilian crossover thrash legends. Fans of DRI, SOD & Suicidal Tendencies should really dig this.
Amongst the best examples of mid-80's Teutonic thrash metal. For fans of Sodom, Slayer & Assassin.
Modern technical death metal mixed with mid-80s-esque thrash metal. If anyone here is a fan of thrash bands like Sodom and Slayer and tech-death bands like Anata and Rivers of Nihil, plus a bit of Vektor, and wonders what they all would sound like mixed together, here ya go!
Mid-80's Teutonic thrash with a noticeable US flavour. For fans of Testament, mid-80's Megadeth & early Angel Dust.
Raw & Sophisticated early Polish thrash metal for fans of KAT, Destruction & Coroner.
A high quality mid-80's Teutonic thrash instrumental for fans of Destruction, Iron Angel & the more aggressive Accept material.
My review for Mekong Delta - Dances of Death (And Other Walking Shadows) mentions two of the band's earliest members also from Living Death. What a coincidence! Here's a 20-minute classic(al) progressive thrash metal epic from the album I've reviewed:
The first great Aussie thrash metal anthem in my opinion. Fans of Slayer, Kreator & "Bonded By Blood"-era Exodus will really dig this. Plus, check out the proto-death metal vocals!