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marouco

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From: Portugal
  24.03.2011 at 19:30
Patillas - Vox & Guitar
Marco - Lead Guitar
James Surt - Bass
Daviti - Drums


http://www.myspace.com/omissionthrashmetal

http://www.reverbnation.com/omission

There's no question that Omission are one of the most important Spanish Thrash Metal bands. Their songs remind of the German Thrash of the 80s, but they don't sound nostalgic or outdated. Quite the contrary: they manage to transport the style which came up with the first releases of Kreator, Sodom and the like into the present day. And they prove that this raw, hard-hitting thrash isn't just a music style which became fashionable in the 80s, but a musical genre of its own which nowadays sounds as timeless and fresh as ever. Omission convince old and new fans alike, because they've always kept the true spirit of thrash metal alive - in music, aesthetics and attitude.

Their energetic, intense live shows attract more and more fans every time the get on stage, especially in Spain and Portugal, and even outside the Iberian Peninsula. But Omission haven't become so famous overnight - they've earned their success through many years of hard work and constant live shows in the underground as well as three self-released demos. It was only after the release of their debut album that they got a deal with the cult underground label Xtreem Music, who re-released their first full-length "Thrash Metal Is Violence" in 2010 due to its enormous success. Their second album has been released on Xtreem Music as well.

"Merciless Jaws from Hell" was released in January 2011 and is doubtlessly their best effort as of today. The new album contains newly recorded songs which fans will surely recognize from the demos, as well as totally new song material. On "Merciless Jaws from Hell" the energy and vehemence of their live shows is captured better than ever, and the sound is crisp and powerful without sounding clean, doing justice to the old as well as to the new songs. An authentic Thrash album, straight and powerful, but with a degree of variety hard to find among extreme Thrash music. An absolute must for every Thrash fan!
Vombatus
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Posts: 1382
From: Switzerland

  25.03.2011 at 00:21
Totally agree. I discovered them not long ago after I saw they where playing at a nice fest next month !

I recomend for all that like some very agressive thrash... almost black/thrash on some moments
Ur-Drago

Posts: 69
From: USA
  25.03.2011 at 04:16
Sounds interesting enough.....will check them out...
RavenKing

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From: Canada

  25.03.2011 at 13:40
Music is good but vocals would be better with more bite.
Decent for sure but I won't drop any money on it.
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They say we'll be your friends we'll stick with you till the end
But everybody's only looking out for themselves
And you say who can you trust I'll tell you nobody
Void Eater
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Age: 20
From: USA

  25.03.2011 at 19:53
Not bad, although nothing amazing. Just another thrash resurgance band, but the more thrash the better.
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marouco

Posts: 62
From: Portugal
  26.03.2011 at 18:01
Thnxs everybody...we are in the Spanish scene since 2002...and we really don't care about new waves, tsunamis, etc...we will keep our path as we always did, drunked, smoked and Loud.If we aim one day to play with Venom we can close the shop.:dcool:

www.reverbnation.com/omission
www.myspace.com/omissionthrashmetal
www.facebook.com/satanicspeedthrashmetal
marouco

Posts: 62
From: Portugal
  30.03.2011 at 19:45
Spanish act Omission is now streaming several songs online from the band's latest album "Merciless Jaws From Hell." You can check out 10 of the 11 songs off the album (with the song "We are the Dead" being omitted) by heading over to the band's Last.fm page at this location http://www.lastfm.com.br/music/Omission666/Merciless+Jaws+From+Hell.

The track listing for the album is as follows:

1. Erotic Nightmares
2. A Field Sowed Of Coffins
3. Northmen Wrath
4. We Are The Dead
5. Architects Of Fear
6. Fuckin' Alone
7. The Light In My Dark
8. Here We Stand
9. Day Of Your Death Arrives...
10. You Can't Hide
11. Ianus Rex Infernorum
marouco

Posts: 62
From: Portugal
  05.04.2011 at 22:46
www.omission.es
Koen Smits

Posts: 1136

Age: 37
From: Belgium

  25.10.2012 at 20:20
Omission has a new album out as of today: Pioneers of the Storm.
A surprise for me seen their latest was released last year.
Anyone heard the new one yet?
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RIP: Frank Vandenbroucke (6 nov 1974 - 12 oct 2009)

Written by Bad English on 05.04.2014 at 15:05

but spoil thius film is like spoil porn and say porn ends whit cum shot ...
Totaldeathfanzin

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From: Turkey

  22.11.2013 at 15:24
These guys are pretty cool from Spain!
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SICKNESS,PTAHIL,KROW,TEITANFYRE,SICKRITES,IMPALER OF PEST,DISFORTERROR,TALES OF BLOOD,SKINEATER..

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