Destruction - Metal Discharge

7.7 | 125 votes |
Release date: 22 September 2003
Style: Teutonic thrash metal


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01. The Ravenous Beast
02. Metal Discharge
03. Rippin' The Flesh Apart
04. Fear Of The Moment
05. Mortal Remains
06. Desecrators Of The New Age
07. Historical Force Feed
08. Savage Symphony Of Terror
09. Made To Be Broken
10. Vendetta
11. Killers [Iron Maiden cover] [limited edition bonus]
12. Whiplash [Metallica cover cover] [limited edition bonus]
13. Fuck the U.S.A. [The Exploited cover] [limited edition bonus]
14. Bestial Invasion [demo 1999] [limited edition bonus]
15. The Butcher Strikes Back [demo 1999] [limited edition bonus]
16. Nailed to the Cross [demo 2001] [limited edition bonus]
17. Metal Discharge [demo 2003] [limited edition bonus]

Schmier - vocals, bass
Mike Sifringer - guitars
Markus "Marc" Reincke - drums

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When vocalist/bassist Marcus Schmier reunited with guitarist Mike Siffringer in 1999, old school thrash fans salivated over what the legendary German act Destruction would bring forth with their return. 2000's ?All Hell Breaks Loose? was, if anything, a solid release. The follow up, 2001's ?The Antichrist? moved even closer to the original Destruction design of old, and while unanimously garnishing great reviews, the best would prove yet to come.

published 05.11.2003 | Comments (1)

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21.02.2014 - 15:20
Rating: 7
Though overshadowed by the band's previous two albums, this one is fairly decent and solid. The problem is there are a few songs where the band sound like they're trying too hard to emulate the greatness of their peers, and as a result it simply sounds like a mess. That said, no-one can argue with the brilliant riffs and solos in 'The ravenous beast' and 'Desecrator of the new age'.

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