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25 Sep 2009, 20:22 by 399796kmsHere were are back again, ready for some more thrashing action. In my previous sections I focused on Thrash from the States and Germany, and so for this I’ll continue on the geographical theme and focus on bands from the rest of the world .Whereas the US and Germany both made immeasurable contributions to Thrash, bands from other countries did their fair share.
Anvil: A band only just now getting its due after toiling for three decades in relative obscurity. Anvil were among the innovators of Thrash, but despite being innovators and influential in the field, they were never a proper Thrash act. Their thrashiest album, Plugged in Permanent, is also arguably their worst. Anvil seemed at their best when they wrote songs that were heavy but still maintained a degree of restraint and catchiness. Today they might not sound like much, but when songs like 666, Mothra and March of the Crabs were released to an unsuspecting public in 1982, they were the closest thing to what we know call Thrash. …
24 Oct 2008, 08:01 by themusicsaintI got started on death metal only about 10 days back. So here are the albums I've heard/got so far. I will update this list as and when I hear/get new albums. Feel free to recommend me something I haven't heard/got.
Note: OSDM, BDM, TDM, Grindcore, Blackened DM, Doom-Death, Thrash/Death included.
Abhorrence - Abhorrence, Vulgar Necrolatry
Abyssals - Demo '94
Acrostichon - Dehumanized
Adramelech - Psychostasia
Afterbirth - Cloned Reaccurences
Amputated Genitals - Human Meat Gluttony
Angelcorpse - Goats to Azazael
Antropomorphia - Necromantic Love Songs
Arghoslent - Incorrigible Bigotry
Asphyx - The Rack, Asphyx
Assück - Misery Index, Anticapital Blindspot
At the Gates - The Red in the Sky Is Ours
Atheist - Unquestionable Presence
Autopsy - Severed Survival, Mental Funeral, Horrific Obsession
Awful - Absolute Reign, Cerimony
Azarath - Diabolic Impious Evil, Demon Seed
Baron - Reborn In Revenge (Demo)
Benediction - Subconscious Terror
Benighted - Icon
Bloodbath - Nightmares Made Flesh
25 Jan 2008, 19:40 by 399796kmsBack for another round. I hope you found my previous guides helpful and hope you continue to find these new ones useful as well. Again these bands are in no order but I do try to mix up the lesser-known bands alongside more well-known ones to keep it interesting. Onward Anti-Christian soldiers!
Nokturnal Mortum: This Ukrainian band began life as another generic symphonic BM band, but a lot of people like this band's debut (Goat Horns) but that album never did anything for me. It wasn't until this band's third album, Ne-Christ, that they began to distinguish themselves. The intro to that album has to be heard to be believed. NM's music is heavy on the folk and symphonic touches, yet they maintain a very venomous musical attack. One of the better NSBM bands out there. Rec albums: Ne-Christ, Weltanschauug.
Barathrum: If you liked the idea of two bassists (a la Necromantia) you'd do well to check out this act. Barathrum's music can be faster and rawer than Necromantia's…