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Exploration: Sacriversum – Shadow of the Golden Fire (1994)

Sacriversum were a Polish metal band dating back all the fucking way to 1993. Holy fuck, Poland in 1993? How come this band doesn't get more attention for that alone? Probably because after this blistering debut they jumped headlong into... Continue Reading →

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Hail Satan – Rad Metal EP Review and Interview

Just the name alone, Rad Metal by Hail Satan, is enough to tell you exactly what the fuck you're in for with this EP. That, being super party, good times focused thrash/speed metal nastiness. Rad Metal is almost a battle cry belched into... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Grinder – Dawn for the Living (1988)

Germany has given us an insurmountable amount of just fucking killer, and often classic, thrash and speed metal bands over the past thirty plus years so it's no surprise that some bands would slip through the Teutonic cracks and falling... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Cemetery Piss – Order of the Vulture (2016)

Metal Archives lists Cemetery Piss' lyrical themes as "desecration" and "blasphemy." That about sums up this band perfectly. If you couldn't guess from the name, Cemetery Piss revels in expletive and vulgarity excess. Think Midnight if only they were filthier.... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Forbidden – Omega Wave (2010)

I know Forbidden is considered one of the more underrated American thrash band but aside from their debut album Forbidden Evil I think their career is a bit spotty. They fell victim to the dreaded 90's thrash killer and tried to adjust... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Death Angel – The Ultra-Violence (1987)

Death Angel is one of those bands that I've just never thought lived up to the hype. Maybe 10 years ago nobody was talking about Death Angel then all of a sudden there's this air of awe and genius that... Continue Reading →

Exploration: Slaughter – Strappado (1987)

When the tangled and murky origins of death metal are discussed, Canada's Strappado is often thrown into the mix. In 1987 death metal had yet to settle on an established sound, and this period is one of my favorite periods... Continue Reading →

Exploration: D.R.I. – Crossover (1987)

D.R. fucking. I. If this isn't a blast from my past I don't know what is. Goddamn, I loved D.R.I. when I was a wee punk rock kid in the 90s. D.R.I., along with Motorhead, and Metallica were the only... Continue Reading →

Cryptic Slaughter – Money Talks (1987)

While I'm a thrash and punk fan, crossover has never really been my bag aside from a few select bands and albums. I do, however, enjoy other forms of metal and punk meeting IE the crust element that is exploding... Continue Reading →

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