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1) Formed in early 2008, POWER TRIP is a crossover band from Dallas, Texas in the vein of late 80’s thrash, heavy metal and hardcore punk. For fans of Exodus, Vio-Lence, later Cro-Mags, and Prong. Lockin’ Out Records. This band is substantially better than every other band.

2) Power Trip was a modern-oriented metal band from Karlovac, Croatia. The band was formed in the beginning of 2006 by Boris (drums) and Tomislav (guitar/vocals), after the disbandment of their former band Podrum. With a little luck on their side, they were joined by their two good friends Bruno (bass) and Jura (vocals) and started making music. In the beginning, their main influence was Pantera and similar metal bands (like Sepultura, BLS, Down, Damageplan…) so the music they played was based on groove-metal riffs and hardcore vocals. As the band developed, both as musicians and individuals, their view on music changed. Consisting of members with diverse and wide-ranged tastes in music, Power Trip’s goal is to synthesize and balance music which they enjoy in an energetic metal package.

As of 2009, Power Trip is no longer active. It was the conclusion of the bandmembers that their interests and music proficiency have significantly changed in comparison to what Power Trip was all about.


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  • charliekilo22

    band stomps the shit out of all the top related artists. so good.

    Yesterday 5:19am Reply
  • treeweavermetal

    Manifest Decimation is the witches' tits.

    21 Jul 9:50am Reply
  • Rafcik84

    "Manifest Decimation" Great album!!!!

    12 Jun 8:06am Reply
  • alena7154


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  • drugracer


    25 Mar 8:26am Reply
  • Burn_Alive

    if all thrash had production like this backed up with musicianship like this i would be into thrash again.

    19 Mar 5:25pm Reply
  • charliekilo22

    so much better than the bands in the similar artist section. twitching tongues can't hold a candle to manifest decimation.

    11 Mar 11:47pm Reply
  • settlethescore

    the best band in the world

    2 Mar 6:35pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    good stuff

    18 Feb 8:11am Reply
  • spermdonor

    Singer should still do posi jumps.

    4 Feb 10:07am Reply
  • Gbacardi07

    grab my balls while i launch into the pit wearing my ski mask and gym shorts

    24 Jan 4:24am Reply
  • WargodsPress


    6 Jan 3:38am Reply
  • wizardsbong

    Definitely has that early Sep vibe. The hardcore touches are the most subtle though - I think at least. I'm saying that 4 tracks in mind, but so far, so very fucking good. Kudos.

    27 Dec 2013 Reply
  • edensdemise

    Manifest Decimation is just amazing. Wow. Somehow I get the early Sepultura vibe from it (Beneath The Remains, Arise) and I'm loving this vibe mixed with hardcore. Totally, the best metal album of 2013.

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
  • thenktor

    @HeroGothamNeeds: I've thought the same about the vocals :D

    18 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Anorexia666

    Am I the only one who can notice a death metal vibe in Manifest Decimation?

    14 Dec 2013 Reply
  • otsukaretimu

    Holy shit. Just jumping on this now. Where have I been the last couple of months?

    11 Dec 2013 Reply
  • three_sixxes

    the best album i've heard IN YEARS.

    5 Dec 2013 Reply
  • soullessmate

    top 5 of the year

    28 Nov 2013 Reply
  • BryanDinh


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