Vektor - Black Future

8.9 | 462 votes |
Release date: 17 November 2009
Style: Technical thrash metal, Progressive thrash metal


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01. Black Future
02. Oblivion
03. Destroying The Cosmos
04. Forests Of Legend
05. Hunger For Violence
06. Deoxyribonucleic Acid
07. Asteroid
08. Dark Nebula
09. Accelerating Universe

Top 20 albums of 2009: 2
Top 200 albums of all time: 74

David DiSanto - guitars, vocals
Erik Nelson - guitars
Blake Anderson - drums
Frank Chin - bass

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This band rocked my world sometime in mid-February. I tried making some noise about their brilliant creation called Black Future but nothing less than a review will do justice to this thrash combo from Arizona. Vektor made an album that combines heaviness and melody in a new, fresh way. The dudes can shred (oh yes!), but it's not wankery. They can play beautiful acoustic passages and incorporate ambient breaks, and not for one second do they sound boring. They throw in prog and black, and their thrash is so natural and unpretentious, it's hard to believe. And the vocals… are… sick. David Disanto mixes classic black metal singing with some occasional unearthly high-pitched screams making his voice undeniably recognizable.

published 02.07.2010 | Comments (13)

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Yawn. Nothing here we haven't seen on Puppets Sell, But Who's Reigning? Exodus did all this way better 70 years ago. I say that because Vektor are beating the proverbial thrash metal horse to death.

Or are they?

published 17.08.2013 | Comments (5)

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22.11.2015 - 17:02
Rating: 8

What a great album. Maybe Accelerating Universe, 2009' best thrash metal song.
25.03.2020 - 19:04
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Super Normal
Album makes me want to hit people with a pillow
Crackhead Megadeth reigns supreme.

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