Krush the Enemy
Style: Thrash
Release date: 14 November, 2011
Playing time: 46:05

Question; how many metal bands is there that have a name starting with war? If you found out, just mail it to me. At least the name breaths metal and that is what we want. Old School Thrash is what this band stands for. No bullshit, just plain riffs, aggressive singing, fast drumming and.... good songs. You don't need to invent the wheel again; you just have to make a wheel that is good. This Texas based 5-piece knows exactly what they do.

Their music is combinations of all the good 80’s thrash bands. 40% Slayer, 30% Exodus, 20% Metallica and 10% Kreator. The heavy production, howling solos and for the variation some groove in "Self Will Run Riot" make this a thrash album that will please you all.

Well done, for fans of the old school thrash and the more modern wave of fans that like Warbringer, Evile, Gama Bomb etc. etc. Nice debut that can easily compete with today's top thrash albums.


01. Krush the Enemy
02. Unleashed
03. The Plague at Hand
04. Self Will Run Riot
05. Born With a Blackened Heart
06. Scorched Earth Policy
07. Guardian Angel
08. The Controller
09. Stalker
10. We Are the Vultures

Label: Housecore Records
Distribution: Hammerheart Records
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 9 November, 2011
Website: www.myspace.com/warbeastdeathmetal