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Release date: 26 September 2011
Style: Thrash metal


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Disc I
01. Living Weapon
02. Shattered Like Glass
03. Wake Up... Destroy
04. Future Ages Gone
05. Savagery
06. Treacherous Tongue
07. Echoes From The Void
08. Enemies Of The State
09. Behind The Veils Of Night
10. Demonic Ecstasy
11. Sacrifice [Bathory cover] [limited edition bonus]
12. Execute Them All [Unleashed cover] [2008 version] [limited edition bonus]
13. (We Are) The Road Crew [Motorhead cover] [Japanese limited edition bonus]

Disc II [Century Media 25th Anniversary 2013 Reissue Edition]
01. Living Weapon [Live studio rehearsal]
02. Shattered Like Glass [Live studio rehearsal]
03. Future Ages Gone [Live studio rehearsal]
04. Treacherous Tongue [Live studio rehearsal]
05. Demonic Ectasy [Live studio rehearsal]
06. Total War [reissue bonus]
07. Combat Shock [reissue bonus]
08. Severed Reality [reissue bonus]
09. Prey For Death [reissue bonus]

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (12)

John Kevill - vocals
Adam Carroll - guitar
John Laux - guitar
Carlos Cruz - drums
Andy Laux - bass

Additional info
Tracks 1-5 of Disc II: live studio rehearsals
Tracks 6 & 7 taken from "War Without End"
Tracks 8 & 9 taken from "Waking Into Nightmares"

Staff review by

All those x-factors that Evile's Five Serpent's Teeth lacks, Warbringer's Worlds Torn Asunder has in abundance; these guys know what makes fun thrash fun. Namely, the large helpings of pissed-offery, funness, brazenness, speediness, riffs, riffs, more riffs, and some more fucking riffs. When I put Worlds on I feel like hopping around, clawing at shit, throwing shit at shit, and beating shit to shit. And what else could you possibly want from thrash?

published 28.09.2011 | Comments (22)

Guest review by
Iron Nostarion

Riffs that tear your mind apart, merciless pounding drums, soaring vocals and highly enjoyable solos all come to unite once again under Warbringer's latest effort, Worlds Torn Asunder. A merciless, brutal thrash metal attack that begins strong with its kickstarter "Living Weapon" and ends just as strong with the closer "Demonic Ecstasy", Worlds Torn Asunder is surely an album you cannot miss if you admire the new wave of Thrash, even if in the least sense of the word.

published 30.10.2011 | Comments (0)

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26.09.2011 2011 and thrash are going together like pizza and beer. We've had the crust, sauce, cheese, and the IPA for a while now; this is the pepperoni and sausage to go on top.

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BrutalN00dle - 15.06.2011 at 19:44  
Rating: 9 Not the most promising song titles... Hopefully the riffcraft makes up for it.
Arian Totalis - 21.06.2011 at 02:55  
  I'm up for anything these guys wanna put out there. I haven't heard a bad thing from them yet and I'm confident this'll kick ass.
Moosh666 - 02.08.2011 at 11:40  
Rating: 9 If anyone notices the 'Witchaven' shirts vocalist John Kevill wears, please support the band as well, they are excellent and I've also suggested them for the site's database, please look in suggested bands and vote! I can't for the new album too! Living Weapon is fucking great!
TrollandDie - 03.08.2011 at 19:32  
Rating: 7 I have high hopes for this album. Their first two LPs are brilliant and seeing that they're going for a more 'mature' styling for this effort I hope it works well in their favour; nothing wrong with experimenting.

One of my most anticipated albums of 2011 so I'll be counting the days!

Also, I agree with Moosh777, Witchaven are fucking great for a nice dosage of black thrash.
Cynic Metalhead - 25.08.2011 at 02:28  
Rating: 9 Excited as Dexter! looking forward for the album!!!
Void Eater - 20.09.2011 at 06:59  
  Jesus Crap This is great! Easily the best thrash album I've heard this year, and I have no doubt that it will beat both the new Evile and the new Megadeth. The vocals are such an improvment from War Without End, the songwriting is more varied than previous releases, the riffwork is memorable, and the have a song title with the word void. Good job lads
BrutalN00dle - 20.09.2011 at 17:56  
Rating: 9 Damn this is a badass album.
xXIronDethXx - 21.09.2011 at 06:46  
  Yes, this album is fucking sick!! I got it a few days ago, and it's their best effort yet. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for good a Thrash album.
Unhealer - 26.09.2011 at 00:52  
Rating: 7 Nice album. Good listen but nothing too standout.

I will probably spin it once in a while.
Rulatore - 26.09.2011 at 05:49  
Rating: 7 Better than I expected

Edit: After some time, it was just above average.
sbgmetal - 28.09.2011 at 05:22  
Rating: 8 Pretty freaken good
TrollandDie - 30.09.2011 at 01:48  
Rating: 7 This is pretty fucking awesome.

It's basically pure thrash with the cut fat out but is put on a diet of steroids. Seriously, the pacing is perfect and the riffs keep coming in gigantic loads of awesome. Kevill's voice is amazing as usual and the overall extremity and vicious knife-like precision of the tracks is what I like about modern thrash: Vicious thrash, not the crossover blend that's become more popular as of recent.
Destructo - 06.10.2011 at 08:25  
Rating: 8 It is pretty clear that Slayer has been a HUUUGE inspiration/influence for this band. This is not a complaint b'coz this is a viciously good album !!
Ritual_Suicide - 11.10.2011 at 01:12  
  Slayer and Demolition Hammer.
Guib - 11.10.2011 at 01:24  
Rating: 9 Love this fuckin album ! simply love it, im gonna fuck the plastic out of it
dougver1 - 17.10.2011 at 11:02  
Rating: 8 This is just goddamn awesome, plain and simple.
Mattybu - 02.11.2011 at 03:16  
  This is great album. Definitely one of my favourite new thrash bands.
Whoblehwah - 25.11.2011 at 05:12  
Rating: 6 I wasn't going to check this album out at all because I wasn't a fan of Warbringer's first two albums, but I kept hearing praise for this one so I decided to give it a chance. I think its alright. Kind of generic at times, but overall not too shabby. Definitely better than their past albums.
Iron Nostarion - 10.12.2011 at 15:01  
Rating: 9 In my opinion, Adam Carroll should leave the writing work to John Laux. Laux writes way better songs, take "Treacherous Tongue", the two opening tracks and "Enemies of the State" as primal examples of his thrashy writing edge. In my opinion, Carroll's only decent writing credit here is "Behind The Veils Of Night", which is shared with Carlos Cruz. Cruz's "Echoes From The Void" is rather impressive. So, in my opinion, Laux and Cruz should handle all of the writing on the next record, while Carroll can cooperate if he wants. Kevill's lyrics do the job, but he can improve.
NocturnalStalker - 24.03.2012 at 17:05  
Rating: 8 Really good thrash album. Nothing groundbreaking or mind-shattering but it's good enough for spending an evening listening to.
yumishami - 06.04.2012 at 21:54  
Rating: 7 Good,nothing spectacular .lyrics stinks tho....."Crawling in the dirt like a snake",is it a snakePig sir?or the song "Future Ages Gone" only comes out from an old-minded man, these guys are probably against curing diseases too....
Lit. - 20.08.2013 at 08:36  
  Still playing this album consistently. One of, if not the best, thrash album to come out of 2011.
Deadmeat - 14.01.2014 at 13:34  
Rating: 9 Great album. just a bit better than "walking into nightmares" mainly because of the better production and of the greater constistency between the songs. there is no bad song. the only "just a bit" weaker song is "wake up destroy" imo.

best songs: shatered like glass, demonic ecstacy, future ages gone and more! great thrash!
Lit. - 04.02.2014 at 07:10  
Written by Deadmeat on 14.01.2014 at 13:34

Great album. just a bit better than "walking into nightmares" mainly because of the better production and of the greater constistency between the songs. there is no bad song. the only "just a bit" weaker song is "wake up destroy" imo.

best songs: shatered like glass, demonic ecstacy, future ages gone and more! great thrash!

I'd replace Wake Up... Destroy with Enemies Of The State. Wake Up has too many awesome moments (MASSIVE! SCALE! RIOTS!) while Enemies is fairly standard even for a thrash song.

And I gotta go with Living Weapons as the best song on here. That Sacrifice cover is sweetness, too.

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