Destruction - Release From Agony


8.3 | 165 votes |
Release date: 1988
Style: Teutonic thrash metal

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01. Beyond Eternity
02. Release From Agony
03. Dissatisfied Existence
04. Sign Of Fear
05. Unconscious Ruins
06. Incriminated
07. Our Oppression
08. Survive To Die

Guest review by
ExE
Rating:
7.5
When I put this CD into my stereo I had to increase some volume, because the quality of the record wasn't similar to new CD's. Despite that I like the sounds of this album: You can hear the drums and guitars, but there is also a bass on the background. Singing is well-know Destruction's style and quality. When you look at the back cover you could get the image that you would be holding a CD of some glam rock band, but fortunately the front cover draws you back to the reality.

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published 17.02.2004 | Comments (2)

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26.01.2013 - 02:49
Maco
Handbanana
This for me is the best of destruction, catchy riffs, memorable solos, everything dammit i love it!!!!!! too bad for destruction for kicking olly. He was a great drummer.
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I'm derp.
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17.02.2014 - 19:21
Rating: 9
musicalkaratekid
Truly excellent album, and for me one of the band's best earlier era albums. "Sign of fear" in my opinion is one of the band's best songs ever.
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17.02.2015 - 23:36
Rating: 9
Toxik
There isn't another band in Thrash with better riffs than Destruction.
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12.01.2017 - 19:07
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Masterchief
Written by Toxik on 17.02.2015 at 23:36

There isn't another band in Thrash with better riffs than Destruction.


really ... riffs and melody makes it cool, this even 2 guitarist cant make it good
Most overrated band even in 80's they sucked, not talking about now
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