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Old 2007-05-09, 06:08
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One album comes to mind for speed. DARKNESS DESCENDS. So I suppose Dark Angel were.


hmm I dunno... they max out at 250/260 MAX...

Sadus are ridiculously fast... and Cryptic Slaughter... there's quite a lot but no-one has ever been able to answer me who is THE ultimate one fastest thrash band!? :P
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Old 2007-05-09, 07:05
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I thought Perish in Flames was more 280bpm... I'd say Sadus are more Deathrash... I haven't heard any Cryptic Slaughter and I really don't think there is one thrash band faster than the rest, only certain albums/songs.
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Old 2007-05-09, 07:07
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In most of the 80's, I don't think any straight up thrash band ever went faster than Slayer?

Edit: Well maybe it's Nuclear Assault. They have some really short songs like "Lesbians", "Mother's Day" and "Hang the Pope" which are borderline Napalm Death-style grindcore, the song has almost blastbeats in it, fastest skank beats I've ever heard in any straight up thrash metal ever.

Cryptic Slaughter fuckin slay.
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Old 2007-05-09, 10:10
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I think a Kriuz demo had like the fastest during the 80's, never heard the band of the demo.
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Old 2007-05-09, 12:24
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Is that the 'demo' which is acutally an unreleased album called 'Destruction System'?

If so, it's fairly good, not quite as ripping as the first outing, but certainly not bad, although the same can't be said for the production....

Whoa! I didn't know it was actually an unreleased album, that's awesome!

I'll have to check it out then, thanks.
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Old 2007-05-09, 12:55
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Whoa! I didn't know it was actually an unreleased album, that's awesome!

I'll have to check it out then, thanks.

By 'check it out', I'm assuming you mean download because I've never seen it on sale anywhere. I've only ever seen it once available for download, and now I can't get it because the site has been closed down. As soon as the new site rises from the ashes it'll probably be the first thing I download.

@Soeru: I only have Game Over by Nuclear Assault and I forgot about Hang the Pope because I'm not a fan of the band, but yeah, it's damn fast. I read somewhere that some of SOD's stuff is close to containing blast beats but I've never heard it for myself.
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Old 2007-05-09, 18:02
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Yep! In fact S.O.D. was the first band ever to use a true blastbeat in a song, particularly the one called "Milk", that's now known to be the first blastbeat ever recorded, this predates before Napalm Death and Repulsion started using blastbeats in their songs.

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Old 2007-05-11, 14:34
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Holy fuck, HOLY MOSES.


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Old 2007-05-11, 14:38
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By 'check it out', I'm assuming you mean download because I've never seen it on sale anywhere. I've only ever seen it once available for download, and now I can't get it because the site has been closed down. As soon as the new site rises from the ashes it'll probably be the first thing I download.

No sir!

I found a version of the 'Spectrum of Death/Destruction System' reissue online for 50 bucks and bought it. Yep, a hard copy.

I'm pretty ecstatic right now. Can't wait to get it.
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Old 2007-05-16, 14:26
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Recently acquired Believer's first album. Even though I've heard it only once, it sounded like it listened to it before. The vocals as with all Believer are fairly irritating after a while. Though this is their first album, they already have their trademark sound. Not a bad album.
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Old 2008-02-08, 15:11
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Surely thrash isn't dead yet.


Here's some thrash I've acquired since I last posted;

Agressor - Neverending Destiny
Cacophony - Speed Metal Symphony
Cyclone - Inferior To None
Assorted Heap - Mindwaves
Sacred Reich - Ignorance
Razor - Evil Invaders
Vengeance Rising - Released Upon The Earth
Evildead - The Underworld
Vengeance Rising - Once Dead
Cyclone - Brutal Destruction
Atropy - Socialized Hate
Mekong Delta - The Principle of Doubt
Morbid Saint - Destruction System
Iced Earth - Night of the Stormrider
Iced Earth - Iced Earth
Agent Steel - Skeptics Apocalypse
Cabal - Midian
Tankard - The Morning After
Grinder - Dead End
Razor - Malicious Intent
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Old 2008-02-10, 17:24
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Just some ideas, if these bands were already mentioned then forgive me.

Annihilator (Can)
Bathory (old) (Swe)
Crossfire (Bel)
Darkness (Ger)
Death In Action (Ger)
Devastation (USA)
Defiance (USA)
Iron Angel (Ger)
Korrozia Metalla (Rus)
Korzus (Bra)
Massacra (Fra)
Merciless Death (USA)
Onslaught (UK)
Sacrifice (Can)
Toranaga (UK)

More to come...whenever I feel like it.
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Old 2008-02-10, 17:37
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Yep! In fact S.O.D. was the first band ever to use a true blastbeat in a song, particularly the one called "Milk", that's now known to be the first blastbeat ever recorded, this predates before Napalm Death and Repulsion started using blastbeats in their songs.

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its was a frequently used jazz technique long before charlie was even born, i was told. never took to effort of checking it, but if he was the guy who invented blastbeats, im sure he woulda gotten more credit
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Old 2008-02-10, 18:13
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The vocals as with all Believer are fairly irritating after a while.

Nooo just the first one imo. I enjoy the other two. The vocals on the first album sound like... Tom G Warrior crossed with Varg
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Haha, I do actually quite like the vocals but one whole album later and I can't take any more.

Heard any Grinder (Ger)?
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Old 2008-02-11, 11:43
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its was a frequently used jazz technique long before charlie was even born, i was told. never took to effort of checking it, but if he was the guy who invented blastbeats, im sure he woulda gotten more credit


Yeah, whoever told you that you are correct. It's just that the blast beat wasn't performed as fast back then as it is today.

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Old 2008-02-15, 16:21
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Surely thrash isn't dead yet.


Here's some thrash I've acquired since I last posted;

Agressor - Neverending Destiny
Cacophony - Speed Metal Symphony
Cyclone - Inferior To None
Assorted Heap - Mindwaves
Sacred Reich - Ignorance
Razor - Evil Invaders
Vengeance Rising - Released Upon The Earth
Evildead - The Underworld
Vengeance Rising - Once Dead
Cyclone - Brutal Destruction
Atropy - Socialized Hate
Mekong Delta - The Principle of Doubt
Morbid Saint - Destruction System
Iced Earth - Night of the Stormrider
Iced Earth - Iced Earth
Agent Steel - Skeptics Apocalypse
Cabal - Midian
Tankard - The Morning After
Grinder - Dead End
Razor - Malicious Intent


I just got a few, but haven't had a chance to listen to them all yet.

Acrophet - Corrupt Minds
Gammacide - Victims of Science
Toxic - World Circus
Tankard - Zombie Attack

...and some non-thrash...
Megadeth - United Abominations
Monstrosity - Spiritual Apocalypse

I like what I've heard so far from the Gammacide album, and Tankard is Tankard, so it's great.
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Old 2008-02-16, 17:35
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When I first get into a band, I like to get the albums in order or their release date but I avoided Tankard's first 'cos I read some bad reviews. How does it compare to the two after it (which are excellent).
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Old 2008-02-17, 23:08
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When I first get into a band, I like to get the albums in order or their release date but I avoided Tankard's first 'cos I read some bad reviews. How does it compare to the two after it (which are excellent).


More raw, more primitive, still fun. Those next two are thrash classics, though.
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