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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Hell Mike, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. Perdition's Light

    Perdition's Light dinosaur jr.

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    I'm really ignorant when it comes to thrash. I suck.

    I mean, I know Sodom, Kreator, Destruction, Slayer, Sadus, Sepultura, Coroner, and a few others but that's about it.

    *starts reading thread*
     
  2. Zephyrus

    Zephyrus Tyrants and Slaves

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    Sabbat (UK).

    Now.
     
  3. Systematic Riffage

    Systematic Riffage LZZY HALE'S #1 FAN

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    Heathen, Annihilator, Holy Moses (There one of the first few Thrash bands I believe, from Germany)
     
  4. audiophileguy

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    :headbang:

    Crionic(Cze) 1:30 min long intro, skip the fucker



    Indestroy



    Antagonist(My fave wisconsin thrash album. Move over, Morbid Saint)




    Cyclone(I listen to this masterpiece at least once a month. It's that good)




    Mortal Sin



    Overthrow
    I'll upload some videos one of these days. youtube is in much need
     
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  5. The Ozzman

    The Ozzman Melted by feels

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    Toxik
    Invocator
    Iron Angel
    Darkness
    Exumer
    Artillery
    Flotsam and Jetsam

    I'll stop there
     
  6. whiskey funeral

    whiskey funeral Mother North

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    HamburgerBoy Active Member

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    Check out Anacrusis too. Excellent progressive thrash metal, and it's free.

    Fuck yeah, I hardly know anyone else that knows them. Best thrash EP ever. :kickass:
     
  8. Gorva

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    Midnight are great, Ive been meaning to buy Farewell to Hell on vinyl.
     
  9. ShredHeadJHJ

    ShredHeadJHJ oh noes itz a opinionn

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    I really need to hear more by this band. The stuff I've heard from them was great.
     
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    you only need to get their debut
     
  11. The Ozzman

    The Ozzman Melted by feels

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    No Place for Disgrace is alright, but not essential
     
  12. Burkhard

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    I'm not blind, but it seems you misunderstood me. My question refered to your statement that you usually hate chick singers, thus I wanted to know which "chick singers" you have listened to so far. (That's why I only quoted the second part of your post and not the one in which you stated which Holy Moses albums you are already familiar with.)
     
  13. skeptik

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    No Place For Disgrace is fucking great, and I don't give a fuck what anybody else says. Possibly the single heaviest guitar tone on a Thrash album ever.
     
  14. The Ozzman

    The Ozzman Melted by feels

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    I'll listen again when I get home. I've only listened to it twice tbh
     
  15. Carcassian

    Carcassian Utopian Blaster

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    Anyone else heard E-Force this year ? Great album, i.m.o. Best new thrash of the year.
     
  16. Priest of Evil

    Priest of Evil Adores the Number 666

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    Definitely play it more!
     
  17. BrownSock

    BrownSock Thermonuclear Warrior

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    Check out some Australian Thrash some time. Of course there are the more well known bands like Hobbs' Angel Of Death and Mortal Sin from down under, but there are plenty of other worthwhile bands too.

    Allegiance: Probably my favourite of the bunch. Very heavy production on the debut titled D.E.S.T.I.T.U.T.I.O.N. (Its not fun typing that one out).
    Bezerker: Very unorhodox Thrash from Adelaide.
    Fester Fanatics: More a Crossover band, but still very worthwhile if you can ever find anything from them.
    Forgery: None of the newer wave of Thrash bands have caught my fancy yet but these guys have just started out just playing gigs now so its something to look out for.
    Massive Appendage: For those who like messy Thrashy noise.
    Rampage: Had a member of Hobbs' so if you're a fan of them, this might be what you are after.
     
  18. Caecius

    Caecius Doomed Traveler

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    Oh my fault then, I apologize. The list is very small and hard for me to remember. To be honest, I really don't even give them a chance. I know I don't enjoy clean female singers. Maybe you or anyone else could recommend me some non-clean female singers.
     
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    Never heard any of these bands, but one Australian Thrash band that doesn't get enough mention would be Renegade in my opinion.
     
  20. GuitariSteve

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    Hey folks,

    First post in this forum. Here is a band almost unkown outside France which I like very much.

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    IN ARKADIA is a French band. They've release 2 melodic thrash deah metal albums so far which are called "Release the Shadow" and "Blind Oppression". Both were self-produced but mastered by Mika Jussila, Finnvox studios.

    They've recorded a new 4-tracks demo in December. Two of those songs are up on MySpace.

    IN ARKADIA is currently looking for a new label for their future 3rd album!

    http://www.myspace.com/inarkadiaband
    http://inarkadia.com (FR & EN)
    http://inarkadia.frenchboard.com (FR & EN)
     

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