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Release date: March 1992
Style: Thrash metal

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8.7 | 89 votes

Owners:

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16 want it
1 trades it


01. Skull Fracturing Nightmare
02. Human Dissection
03. Pyroclastic Annihilation
04. Envenomed
05. Carnivorous Obsession
06. Orgy Of Destruction
07. Epidemic Of Violence
08. Omnivore
09. Aborticide

Top 20 albums of 1992: 7

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Found in 18 lists
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Fearmeister The Five Points of the Pentagram, Point 3: Thrash Metal  | #34
Mikyz 90s: The Essentials  | #94
Vasil de Shumen Best of US THRASH [ without The Big Four ]  | #29
Death To Posers 109 All-Time Favorite Songs  | #48
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Dangerboner - 21.12.2009 at 13:56  
Rating: 10 This is one of the best albums ever made. The combination of the sheer intensity with the crusty, angry vocals along with constant ear-raping riffs, shredding, and blast beats makes this one of the best albums I've ever heard.

Pyroclastic Annihilation might be the best song ever
SatyriconChick - 30.12.2009 at 04:33  
  I never got anything by them, but I used to hear "Skull Fracturing Nightmare" all the time on Monday nights on a college radio station in my area. Always loved that song.
LeChron James - 04.01.2010 at 04:19  
  Pyroclastic Annihilation has to be the most geologically sound metal song ever produced.
DP_Megachiva - 23.02.2010 at 05:28  
Rating: 10 Amazing album

it's a shame that this band is barely known...
BurbotsRevenge - 24.02.2010 at 02:49  
Rating: 10 Awesome album

the aggressive intensity shown on this album is phenomenal, and the vocals are harsh and angry and bring new brutality to this album

highly recommended to any thrash heads
Clintagram - 24.02.2010 at 04:57  
  Sacrificing lives with apathy
Torturing their captives ruthlessly
Misery and anguish, morbid pleas
Forgotten ghastly atrocities
Oh!

[spam]One mean fucking album![/spam]

LeChron James - 26.02.2010 at 11:01  
  Pyroclastic annihilation= the most geologically sound metal song ever composed.
Baz Anderson - 11.03.2010 at 21:07  
  Yes. THIS is a thrash metal album. Fantastic.
Martin_metal - 16.04.2010 at 20:51  
Rating: 10 This album is really crushing!! Love it!
theflyingmachine - 06.07.2010 at 05:12  
  I haven't always been too big on thrash, but I've definitely been getting into it more lately...didn't expect much from this album since isn't one of the better known classics of the genre. But, I was surprised at how good it is. I will definitely be buying this soon.
SBGMetal - 04.08.2010 at 01:45  
Rating: 9 How in the hell have i not been listening to this album before!
Thrash666 - 14.10.2010 at 19:17  
Rating: 10 Fuckin AMAZING album!!!!
MechanisT - 28.12.2010 at 22:14  
  Gotta check this one out...
EDIT: Killer stuff. 'nough said.
Whoblehwah - 02.06.2011 at 09:11  
  A thrash metal album released in '92? o_O
Hugoj33 - 02.10.2011 at 01:47  
Rating: 10 Very hard to find an album like this where EVERY track is awesome!!! Love this bastards!!!
TrollandDie - 27.05.2012 at 17:05  
Rating: 9
Written by Whoblehwah on 02.06.2011 at 09:11

A thrash metal album released in '92? o_O



Thrash was still somewhat a legitmately large scene in '92 even though it was several years past its peak.

A lot of 2nd/3rd wave thrash groups released their final gems within the next few years. Most of them just aren't well known because the scene died out before they could gain any momentum commercial-wise.
Guib - 04.06.2012 at 05:16  
Rating: 9
Written by TrollandDie on 27.05.2012 at 17:05

Written by Whoblehwah on 02.06.2011 at 09:11

A thrash metal album released in '92? o_O



Thrash was still somewhat a legitmately large scene in '92 even though it was several years past its peak.

A lot of 2nd/3rd wave thrash groups released their final gems within the next few years. Most of them just aren't well known because the scene died out before they could gain any momentum commercial-wise.


Awesome album, a Thrash metal masterpiece.

But, btw at you 2, the 90's were filled with incredible thrash, even passed 92. Obviously you have ''Tortured Existence'' again by Demolition Hammer, but you have much more, ''Rigor Mortis Vs. The Earth'' by Rigor Mortis, ''Arise'' by Sepultura, ''Mental Vortex'' by Coroner, ''A Vision of Misery'' by Sadus, ''Restless & Dead'' by Witchery, ''Choir of Horrors'' by Messiah, ''Unholier Than Thou'' by Infernäl Mäjesty, ''Twisted Into Form'' by Forbidden, ''Destroy Erase Improve'' by Meshuggah... and that's to name but a few.

Yeah I agree that some (whatever wave) might have released some of their final jewels, but alot were just beginning even if the ''SCENE'' was dead, for example Solstice with their self-titled debut, obviously I already named Witchery, also a first effort by Nocturnal Breed. A critical change in Absu's sound with ''The Third Storm of Cythraul'' making them IMO one of the best Black Thrash act. Then again Annihilator were only at their second effort ''Never, Neverland'' which was excellent thrash *from Canada babyyy, eh eh* (...)

Anyways I don't like when people flame too quickly the 90's thrash. Nothing personal.
Illog1cal - 24.11.2012 at 20:02  
  Unrelenting intensity.
Illog1cal - 02.01.2013 at 22:39  
 
Written by LeChron James on 26.02.2010 at 11:01

Pyroclastic annihilation= the most geologically sound metal song ever composed.


Was that a pun? It was a pretty good one if it was.
LeChron James - 03.01.2013 at 04:52  
 
Written by Guest on 02.01.2013 at 22:39

Was that a pun? It was a pretty good one if it was.

Hahahahahaha I hadn't even thought of it that way, but well played. IT IS NOW. haha
Daggon - 12.06.2014 at 21:01  
Rating: 10 This is by far my favorite Thrash metal album ever released, and it's probably one of the few albums I'll ever rate with a 10.
This thing is so heavy that if any band ever releases something better than this I'm pretty sure even atoms will start to divide themselves starting a massive cataclysm of the universe, ending the whole existence as we know it.
I really LOVE this album.

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