AFTERMATH • Technical Progressive Thrash Metal (USA) • New album • “There Is Something Wrong”

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Chicago’s AFTERMATH is one of the pioneering crossover Thrash bands of the 1980s: a band that transformed into one of the most technical Thrash Metal bands of its time on its critically-acclaimed debut album, “Eyes Of Tomorrow”.

Its new album “There Is Something Wrong” is an 11-song opus of TECHNICAL PROGRESSIVE THRASH METAL.


Frontcover • “There Is Something Wrong” • Artwork by Dimitri Patelis

▶ Official release: February, 15th, 2019 ◀


01. Can You Feel It? 00:45

02. False Flag Flying 05:59

03. Diethanasia    02:47

04. Scientists And Priest 05:33

05. Smash Reset Control 03:28

06. Gaslight 04:53

07. A Handful Of Dynamite 02:25

08. Temptation Overthrown 03:34

09. Pseudocide    06:53

10. There Is Something Wrong 06:38

11. Expulsion 04:23total: 47:18 min.

February 15th, 2019:Digital release – Zoid Entertainment – InGrooves/The Label Group

US CD release – Zoid Entertainment – The Label Group

March 15th, 2019: Official European release – Sleaszy Rider/Zoid Entertainment




Kyriakos ‘Charlie’ Tsiolis • Vocals

Steve Sacco • Guitar

George Nektarios Lagis • Bass

Ray Schmidt • Drums

A concept record in the truest sense of the word, the album features a mix of old-school crossover Thrash and technical/progressive Metal, and is a commentary on what is wrong with the world today.

A calling out of the masses to wake up and know the real enemy. The music is urgent, and the lyrics challenge the listener to seek the truth. In a world of monotonous uniformity, AFTERMATH stands out alone.


Official music video for the album track ‘Diethanasia’ Youtube link:


1994 Eyes Of Tomorrow (Full-length)

2011 25 Years of Chaos (Boxed set)

2015 Killing The Future (Re-release of 1987 demo)

2019 There Is Something Wrong (Full-length)



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