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Set 19 2010, 18h01 por TheArtistBoxhttp://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t69/deathinthecity90/8ZP07k1374220164_zpsb9119791.jpg
Welcome to the Ultimate Series, starting off with the Ultimate Thrash List
! This will be a series that will never be completed in the normal sense of the word but will hopefully give you an incite of artists within the selected genre.
The lists will update every once in awhile, I will try update them every month and I will tell you beneath this introduction when that next update will be. The list will have ratings, descriptions and extra links for all artists on the list.
The next update will be on the 17th of October 2010
 Added reviews for most of A artists.
 Created new set out
 Made journal an Index
Index of All Journals of Thrash Metal
Click on the ‘Artist Profile’ Link to be directed to the reviews, description and other features that tell you exactly what we think.
Live links = Blue
Artist – Tags
Ago 30 2010, 3h48 por Psychonaut23The following is a list of Extreme Bands (metal, punk or electronic) that have Vega*n members.
Animals Killing People grindcore
Arch Enemy metal
Between The Buriend And Me metal
Black Sabbath metal
Bolt Thrower death metal
Brutal Truth grindcore
Cannibal Corpse death metal
Cattle Decapitation grindcore
Darkest Hour metal
Decapitated death metal
Depeche Mode electonic
Dim Mak death metal/hardcore
Earth Crisis hardcore
Exit 13 grindcore
Extreme Noise Terror crust/grindcore
Fuck the Facts grindcore
Good Riddance punk
Heaven Shall Burn death metal
Ildjarn black metal
Killswitch Engage metal
Jun 1 2010, 1h25 por kurashuhttp://greenbomber.com/imgs/grinds-my-gears3.jpg
I hate hearing this. I really do, especially when it comes from someone who listens to all the same stuff. Yeah, I listen to metal. I listen to a lot of metal: death metal, black metal, sludge metal, doom metal, avant garde metal. Why is that such a bad thing? It's not the only thing I listen to, but other genres get the backseat while metal gets to ride shotgun.
Why is it bad when a metalhead listens to primarily metal but it's perfectly acceptable for rap/country/pop/electronic/et cetera to listen to primarily/just those genres?
And it's not just that people feel the need to tell me I need to expand my musical horizons, it's that they go out of their way to tell me. It's one thing when I say, "Hey, do you know anything that's not metal I might like?" Or when my girlfriend goes, "I think you might like this band, check 'em out sometime." But for a random stranger to tell me that I should expand my musical horizons…
Jan 21 2010, 8h49 por super_ruben09EDIT#3: Edited the shit out of it. The order you'll find on here isn't accurate at all. It can be found here.
EDIT#2: I upgraded to 30 on RYM. I'm too lazy to do it here, so if you want to see it, go to RYM.
EDIT: I updated the list. However, I'm too lazy to update it here, so you'll have to check the list on RYM for that. Hell Awaits was added (by throwing out the EP) and I also changed some positions.
Like many people said, the top 5 list was too short, so I made a 30 album one on RYM.
It can be found here.
I'll list the albums here (from 25 to 1), but for the explanations as to why, check the RYM list.
Kreator - Endless Pain
Sepultura - Schizophrenia
Possessed - Seven Churches
Megadeth - Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?
Sodom - Agent Orange
Kreator - Terrible Certainty
Sepultura - Beneath the Remains
Toxik - World Circus
Exumer - Possessed By Fire
Metallica - Ride the Lightning
Vio-Lence - Eternal Nightmare
Slayer - Reign in Blood
Dez 23 2009, 5h27 por noo_dogThis list with pictures and my comments on each album is up on my rateyourmusic
This is a list of my favourite 30 dm albums. It is not necessarily an ordered list of the albums which I think are objectively the best.
30. Monstrosity - Imperial Doom
29. Pungent Stench - Been caught buttering
28. Deeds of Flesh - Inbreeding the Anthropophagi
27. Carcass - Necroticism - Descanting the Insalubrious
26. Brutality - Screams of Anguish
25. Cannibal Corpse - Tomb of the Mutilated
24. !T.O.O.H.! - Řád a trest
23. Anata - Under A Stone With No Inscription
22. Suffocation - Pierced From Within
21. Morgoth - Odium
20. Bolt Thrower - The IVth Crusade
19. Asphyx - Last One On Earth
18. Autopsy - Acts Of The Unspeakable
17. At the Gates - The Red in the Sky Is Ours
16. Entombed - Clandestine
15. Pestilence - Consuming Impulse
14. Ripping Corpse - Dreaming With the Dead
13. The Chasm - Deathcult for Eternity: The Triumph
Dez 6 2009, 12h54 por 399796kmsA Guide to Thrash Metal Part IV: Hybrids
Welcome again to my final guide exploring Thrash Metal. This installment will focus on various hybrids of Thrash, mostly Techincal/Progressive Thrash, with some Blackened Thrash and Death-Thrash. Enjoy.
Absu: Absu are among the finest bands to blend Thrash with Black Metal. They are an eccentric band of Texans led by drummer and vocalist “Sir” Proscriptor McGovern. Absu’s debut, Barathrum VITROL, is fairly in the Death Metal camp and it was with subsequent releases that Absu began blending Thrash and Black into their own potent brew. Albums like Tara and the Sun of Tiphareph showcase this band’s adeptness and both writing epic songs and also furious Thrash fests that combine the best of both Thrash and Black Metal. I also quite like their lyrical content, which focuses on Mesopotamian and Celtic Mythologies. Rec albums: The Sun of Tiphareth, Tara, The Third Storm of Cythraul.
Anacrusis: One of my all time favorite Thrash acts. Anacrusis emerged from St. …
Nov 21 2009, 10h41 por HumanRejectionIntroduction
These are all the artists from the Beginner and Medium Thrasher series. Overtime the 3.0 series will be added. There are also quick links to the whole series from here.
7.Avenger of Blood -
9.Acid Drinkers -
10.Agent Steel -
14.Blessed Death -
15.Blood Feast –
16.Blind Illusion -
20.Bonded By Blood –
21.Cerebral Fix -
24.Cryptic Slaughter -
27.Dead Horse -
28.Dead Head -
31.Dark Angel -
32.Death Angel -
34.Destroyer 666 -
Nov 11 2009, 23h18 por HumanRejection
Nov 1 2009, 22h52 por FeatherofHuginnWhether due to the steady culmination of a cult following, fan pressure, snaky cashgrabs (*cough, cough, Pestilence, cough*), or simply the will to show the new kids on the block how it's done, waves and waves metalbands have been reforming left and right over the last few years, doing tours, releasing new material (for good or bad), and generally kicking ass. This journal is a little tool I'm going to use to keep track of who's back together, and who (in my opinion) still needs to get their ass in gear.
If you think I'm missing something please leave a comment.
Black Sabbath/Heaven And Hell- Get well soon Dio!
Comus (Not metal, but who cares...)
Deathrow (US, Pre-Pentagram)