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\m/ Thrash Metal Discussion \m/

Discussion in 'Old School Metal Discussion' started by DeadlySinners, Nov 23, 2008.

  1. Wyvern

    Wyvern Master of Disaster
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    But I needed your input anyway :lol:

    I have to agree that with the Howe era Metal Church is indeed one of the best bands ever.
     
  2. DeadlySinners

    DeadlySinners Thrasher

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    I prefered David Wayne for Metal Church.
     
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    What are your thoughts on Heretic btw? I listened to Breaking Point the other day and it was a lot better than I remembered
     
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    STRIFELORD New Metal Member

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    Did any one check Warhound Orator Mirrorblaze ? old school stuffs !
     
  5. IronMagnon

    IronMagnon Officer Nice

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    Dead thread, but I got shit to say anyway. Incubus (Opprobrium)'s Beyond The Unknown is absolutely ridiculous. Each riff fucking destroys. I always liked it but after another listen I realized how badass it really was. Also everyone check out Solstice (US)'s rerelease of their self titled, now named Pray for the Sentencing. Another overlooked deathrash masterpiece with some shred work by THE James Murphy.
     
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    this here is the defenition of what thrash metal should sound like. Turn it up and bang your head!!!!

     
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    IronMagnon Officer Nice

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    I don't know what it is, but I can't for the life of me get into Razor. And I've tried. A lot.
     
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    I kinda got out of Metal Church after debut album. Love ton of bricks though. I always considered them thrash. They kicked ass. Drummer, vocals. Six feet of blood? or something. that singer reminds me of MC
     
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    Destruction
    Sodom
    Kreator
    Darkness
    Assassin
    Tankard
    Exumer
    Slayer
    Exodus
    Testament
    Sacred Reich
    Onslaught
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    Wehrmacht
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    Agent Steel
    Nuclear Assault
    Mortal Sin
    Exciter
    Destroyers
    Wolf Spider
    Dragon
    Master (from Russia)
    Flatbacker (from Japan)

    Of course old stuff, I collect 80's LP pressings.
    recently very often I am listening to Darkness "Death Squad", Assassin "The Upcoming Terror" and Onslaught "Power From Hell".
     
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    TheMercenary976 New Metal Member

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    Holy Terror
    Abbatoir
    Heathen
    Death Angel
    Flotsam and Jetsam
    Zoetrope
    Whiplash
    Savage Messiah
    Havok
    Gama Bomb
    Lich King
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  11. Wyvern

    Wyvern Master of Disaster
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    Nice calls.
     
  12. METAL GOD

    METAL GOD In Metal We Trust

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    Exodus tonight in Spokane, WA @ The Hop!
     
  13. Wyvern

    Wyvern Master of Disaster
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    Enjoying the new Gama Bomb. Short, fast and funny. Works for me :D
     
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    To me the definition of thrash is Whiplash "Power and Pain"

    A lot of other bands have maybe even made better albums but for some reason this one sticks. Maybe it was the unconventional riff writing and delivery that keeps me interested past other albums like "Reign in Blood" and "Pleasure to Kill"...:confused:
     
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    In order to avoid starting a new topic, I'll just post it here (for those who don't check the Thrash Metal topic in the GMD-subforum):



    It's the second clip of a full-length song from Mortillery's upcoming third album and I like this song better than the first one, "Radiation Sickness" (no, not a Nuclear Assault-cover).
     
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    Razor
    Old Sepultura
    Exumer
    Hallow's Eve
    Agent Steel
    Forbidden to name a few
     
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    Violent Restitution is fantastic, as well as Shotgun Justice and Open Hostility (drums are triggered on this one) and of course Evil Invaders, which is my personal favorite out of the 4.
     
  19. FlockYouZane

    FlockYouZane New Metal Member

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    Need gear help. Ive been playing guitar for ten years just for fun but recently decided to make an album with my brother who plays bass. the demo tracks rip, but i was never serious enough to invest in good gear so im playing a crappy low end jackson through a crappy line 6, and my tone literally sounds like distorted farts. Im a huge fan of gary hotl's tone in exodus and want to sound somewhat like that. my budget is fairly large but not crazy. I was thinking about throwing some blackouts in my jackson, getting a kemper so i can run it on the dual rectifier profile, (through a marshal) and using a "gary holt HBE Doomsday device". I have a shit load of playing experience, but minimal knowledge of gear. if i take that proposed rig into a studio, will that be enough to fuck shit up?
     
  20. TheMick

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    Odds are you will probably be playing through a Fractal Axe FX type of rackmounted processor in most studios with modern recording these days. I have done a couple albums and you just plug in and find a good guitar tone/sound you like. So theres no worries about ambient sounds when using a mic in front of an amp. Just faster and easier especially when the clocks ticking and your wallet is getting thinner. Any tone you want you can find if the studio you're going to has a list of gear they have . The MOST important thing as a guitarist in studio is to have a guitar that stays in tune! Make sure the neck is adjusted, intonation is proper. Have it set up beforehand. Even put new strings on it a couple days prior to going in. I can't stress this enough. As far as gear in studio or on stage.... Keep it simple and play your ass off. Sorry if this wasn't exactly what you wanted advice on.
     

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