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Old 2007-04-08, 10:19
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oh and Demolition Hammer of course

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Old 2007-04-09, 18:59
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Out of boredom I was browsing countries on MA, came across Thailand, and on impulse, decided to download some Thai thrash.

Donpheebin - Way of Death - 1994
http://metal-archives.com/release.php?id=150572

Side one of the tape was just really, really shit. I could barely hear what was going on due to the very poor production and there were 2-4 of the simplest riffs in each song and very few tempo changes, and out of nowhere, a pretty impressive solo.

Side two; where the fuck did this come from? '86 Sepultura anyone? Well, not as fast, but they share the same riff sets. The production quality triples, and the songs are now worth listening to with a good variety of riffs, tempo shifts and a few eastern sounding intros and leads. Finally, a cheesy whispered outro and some rain effects.
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Old 2007-04-09, 19:01
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This is a seriously underrated thrash classic, and the excellent music is only half the reason why. Puke and Tantrum have the greatest thrash lyrics ever, and of course, the song where he dumps his girlfriend because she says he drinks too much. I'm too lazy to look it up right now, but it's hilarious.

It's getting better every time I listen to it.
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Old 2007-04-09, 19:21
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It's getting better every time I listen to it.


I like you , Also sign on aim i wanna download music off of you..
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Old 2007-04-10, 17:00
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Is it true that Morbid Saint is re-releasing Spectrum of Death?
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Old 2007-04-10, 17:36
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@ Wolfsherz. So far so good with that Infernal Majesty

@ Hecatomb. That would be good. I found this:
The two albums where eventually re-released as a double shot CD in 2005 by Keltic records, unfortunately this was in limited quantity and only 500 of those CDs saw the light of day. This stuff is insanely hard to track down, and I recently lost a bid on the Keltic released CD on eBay as the priced climbed to 52 dollars. Currently the only way to get your hands on this stuff is to pay stupid collectors prices for it. I'm hoping that someone will do a proper re-release of this stuff, as it's really some of the best overlooked US thrash out there in my opinion.

@ Pr0az. If it's thrash you're after, give this a visit http://deathrash.proboards52.com/
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Old 2007-04-10, 18:13
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Yeah, I've been hunting around for (decently priced) Morbid Saint stuff for a while now, but to no avail. I'll keep hunting though... I'll probably end up paying the jacked up price when I make some money this Summer, if I don't find it cheaper first. =/
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Old 2007-04-10, 22:02
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@ Pr0az. If it's thrash you're after, give this a visit http://deathrash.proboards52.com/


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Old 2007-04-11, 09:26
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The good source for 80s Trash Music

The good source for 80s Trash Music is JustMusicStore.com.
I just downloaded the complete Sodom, Overkill and Enslaved discography in a very good quality for just 0.15$ per track.
Any other good resource for metal mp3 will be appreciated.
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Old 2007-04-11, 10:41
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is that a spam bot? pretty cool spam bot if it is!
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Old 2007-04-12, 17:33
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The title of this thread could do with being changed now that it's being used as a general thrash thread. By me mainly. Ha.

'Soldiers of Misfortune' by Sacrifice. On first listen it didn't impress me too much. Not as much as 'Forward to Termination' did the first time through, but time will tell.
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Old 2007-04-13, 23:05
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I know some of these bands may have been listed a million times but i bought "Revolver"'s lastest issue on the "History Of Thrash", and here is the Cd list that was listed.

Exodus - Bonded By Blood

Possessed - Seven Churches

Storm Troopers of Death - Speak English Or Die

Metallica - Master Of Puppets

Carnivore - Carnivore

Slayer - Reign In Blood

Dark Angel - Darkness Decends

Megadeth - Peace Sells...But Who's Buying?

Metal Church - The Dark

Flotsam And Jetsam - Doomsday For The Deceiver

Sacred Reich - Ignorance

Anthrax - Among The Living

Sanctuary - Refuge Denied

Death Angel - Frolic Through The Park

Testament - The New Order

Suicidal Tendencies - How Will I Laugh Tommorrow When I Can't Even Smile Today

Nuclear Assault - Survive

Forbidden - Forbidden Evil

VIO-LENCE - Eternal Nightmare

Overkill - The Years Of Decay
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Old 2007-04-14, 04:35
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decent list, although forbidden should be in there
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decent list, although forbidden should be in there


They are on the list.
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Old 2007-04-17, 12:42
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Does anyone have Metal Church's 'Hanging in the Balance'. I just checked out the reviews on MA and they've made me very curious mainly because decent thrash from 1994 is pretty much non-existent. So, is it really that good?
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Old 2007-04-17, 23:34
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Does anyone have Metal Church's 'Hanging in the Balance'. I just checked out the reviews on MA and they've made me very curious mainly because decent thrash from 1994 is pretty much non-existent. So, is it really that good?


Jamming to it now, its pretty good man to be from 1994, most of the songs i notice are kind of slow tempo(?).
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Old 2007-04-18, 04:55
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MC is more heavy/power-ish than thrash imo
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Old 2007-04-18, 11:10
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Jamming to it now, its pretty good man to be from 1994, most of the songs i notice are kind of slow tempo(?).

Ok, I might get it soonish.

They certainly aren't straight forward thrash. Thrash/Speed is a better description.
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Old 2007-05-01, 16:17
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Has anyone heard any Ripping Corpse? If so, describe.
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Ripping Corpse were pretty cool. Death/thrash metal, pretty good for its time, they had their own sound, so it's kinda hard to compare em to any other bands. The vocalist can get annoying though.

They were Erik Rutan's band before they split up and he went to join Morbid Angel, and many years later the remnants of RC came to form the martial-arts themed technical death metal band Dim Mak, which Erik also produced.

Rigor Mortis will appeal to all thrash fans. It's very awesome death/thrash from the 80's, recently they reformed and have been doing some tours.
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