Dr. Living Dead

18th October 2017 Reinier de Vries

Formed two decades after the halcyon days of crossover thrash, Dr. Living Dead! are the nextgeneration answer to lame circle pits and even lamer riffs. Formed in 2007 and constructed out of an appetite for [Read »]

Album Reviews

Act Of Defiance – Old Scars, New Wounds

27th September 2017 Reinier de Vries

After leaving Megadeth, Chris Broderick and Shawn Drover started Act Of Defiance. Within the year they released Birth And the Burial, an album with thrash music based on Megadeth influences. Now the second album Old Scars, New Wounds is [Read »]

Album Reviews

National Suicide – Massacre Elite

22nd September 2017 Reinier de Vries

Massacre Elite is the third album from these Italian thrashers. Like the album, the review isn’t very long, but that isn’t necessary. Quality is more important than quantity. Stefano Mini’s voice sounds like he is [Read »]

National Suicide

22nd September 2017 Reinier de Vries

National Suicide is an old school Thrash metal band from Trento, Italy, active since 2005. Their first album (‘The Old Family Is Still Alive’, 2009) attracted immediate attention from Thrash metal fans around the world [Read »]

Album Reviews

Prong – Zero Days

28th July 2017 Reinier de Vries

There are not a lot of bands with an unique sound in the thrash scene. Prong however is a band you recognize immediately. Their typical combination of thrash, hardcore and a squeeze of industrial is [Read »]

Album Reviews

Distillator – Summoning The Malicious

24th April 2017 Reinier de Vries

Fans of eighties thrash have another (new) band they will enjoy. Dutch three piece Distillator (derivative of to distill beer) release their second full-length called Summoning the Malicious. Their debut Revolutionary Cells (2015) already was a fine [Read »]

Album Reviews

Infernäl Mäjesty – No God

13th April 2017 Reinier de Vries

Besides Razor and Annihilator, the other rather famous eighties Canadian thrash band is Infernäl Mäjesty. Their first album, None Shall Defy, is a real cult classic, and the follow up, Unholier Than Thou, is also [Read »]