Destroyed by Creation
Style: Thrash Metal
Release date: April 19th 2010

Last month it was UK's thrash combo Abadden that came with a cool thrash release, now it's Elimination's time. They have released two EP's since their start in 2007 and now they have canned their debut. Like so many of the New wave of thrash outbursts they are as original as a nude figure in a porn movie. Again don't expect any new musical inventions. It is neckbreaking thrash with screaming vocals, solid riffs and fast drumming properly executed.

Many of the songs have nice grooves and will create big pits when played live. Nevertheless, I miss something. The production could have been a bit rougher in my opinion; it sounds a bit too polished and too over-produced to really hit me in the face. Probably many thrash fans will not agree with me and praise this debut straight into heaven or hell, but I have my doubts. Perhaps I'm spoiled and is it just the wrong time of the week, but I'm quite certain I will say the same if you ask me next month.

All in all Elimination has made a nice debut-album, which will find it's way to many thrash fans that dig the new bands like Municipal Waste, Gama Bomb, Evile; as well as Forbidden and all the other original thrash bands from years ago.


01. Straight to Hell

02. The Rage Within

03. Slaves to a Tyrant's Reign

04. Wargames

05. Nightmare Asylum

06. Nostromo

07. The End of Days

08. The Eliminator

09. Rising From the Grave

10. Release The Anger

11. Hells Battlefield

12. Destroyed by Creation

Label: Rising Records
Promotion: Gordeon Music Promotion
Reviewed by:

Reinier de Vries

Date: March 29th 2010
Website: www.myspace.com/eliminationband