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1. Anacrusis - Screams And Whispers
1993, progressive thrash metal
2. Fatal Opera - The Eleventh Hour
1997, technical avant-garde thrash/heavy metal
3. Fatal Opera - Fatal Opera
1995, technical thrash/heavy metal
4. Sacred Blade - Of The Sun + Moon
1986, progressive heavy metal
5. Legend (UK) - Death In The Nursery
1982, NWOBHM
6. Legend (UK) - Legend
1981, NWOBHM
7. Souls At Zero - 3-D
1991, technical avant-garde thrash metal ; actually by Wrathchild America
8. D-Age - Symbols For The Blue Times
1994, melancholic technical/progressive thrash metal
9. Heavy Load - Full Speed At High Level
1978, heavy metal
10. Quartz - Quartz
1977, NWOBHM
11. Quartz - Stand Up And Fight
1980, NWOBHM
12. Ophthalamia - A Journey In Darkness
1994, black/doom metal
13. Spastic Ink - Ink Compatible
2004, technical progressive metal
14. Intruder - Live To Die
1987, technical thrash metal
15. Holy Terror - Terror And Submission
1987, thrash metal with punk influences
16. Holy Terror - Mind Wars
1988, thrash metal with punk influences
17. Anacrusis - Suffering Hour
1988, technical thrash metal
18. Anacrusis - Manic Impressions
1991, progressive thrash metal
19. Disharmonic Orchestra - Pleasuredome
1994, avant-garde metal
20. Doctor Butcher - Doctor Butcher
1994, heavy/power metal
21. Mekong Delta - The Music Of Erich Zann
1988, avant-garde thrash metal
22. Deathrow - Deception Ignored
1988, avant-garde thrash metal
23. Dark Millennium - Ashore The Celestial Burden
1992, avant-garde death/doom metal
24. Spastic Ink - Ink Complete
1997, technical progressive metal
25. Heir Apparent - Graceful Inheritance
1986, progressive heavy/power metal
26. Chastain - The Voice Of The Cult
1988, heavy metal
27. Raven - Wiped Out
1982, NWOBHM, speed metal
28. Jason Becker - Perpetual Burn
1988, progressive neoclassical metal
29. Marty Friedman - Dragon's Kiss
1988, neoclassical shred metal
30. Phlebotomized - Immense, Intense, Suspense
1994, avant-garde death/doom metal
31. Fear Of God - Within The Veil
1991, depressive thrash metal
32. Znowhite - Act Of God
1988, thrash metal
33. Realm - Endless War
1988, technical thrash metal
34. Détente - Recognize No Authority
1986, thrash metal
35. Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly
1985, technical thrash metal
36. Ludicra - Fex Urbis Lex Orbis
2006, progressive black metal
37. Solstice - New Dark Age
1998, epic doom metal
38. Tourniquet - Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance
1992, avant-garde thrash/power metal
39. Ludicra - Another Great Love Song
2004, progressive black metal
40. Last Crack - Sinister Funkhouse #17
1989, groove metal
41. Non-Fiction - Preface
1991, groove heavy metal
42. D-Age - Lying In Wait
1993, technical/progressive thrash metal
43. Necromantia - Crossing The Fiery Path
1993, avant-garde black metal
44. Solstice - Lamentations
1994, epic doom metal
45. Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come
1970, heavy metal/hard rock
46. Non-Fiction - In The Know
1992, groove heavy metal
47. Ritual (UK) - Widow
1983, NWOBHM
48. Sadness - Ames de Marbre
1993, darkwave/gothic metal
49. Disincarnate - Dreams Of The Carrion Kind
1993, technical death metal
50. Razor - Executioner's Song
1985, thrash/speed metal
51. Anacrusis - Reason
1990, technical progressive thrash metal
52. Mekong Delta - The Principle Of Doubt
1989, avant-garde thrash metal
53. Slough Feg - Down Among The Deadmen
2000, heavy metal with punk influences
54. Hammers Of Misfortune - The Locust Years
2006, progressive/doom metal
55. Legend (USA) - Fröm The Fjörds
1979, epic heavy metal
56. Sir Lord Baltimore - Sir Lord Baltimore
1971, progressive heavy metal/hard rock
57. Gorement - The Ending Quest
1994, death/doom metal
58. D-Age - First Depression
1992, technical thrash metal
59. Souls At Zero - Climbin' The Walls
1989, technical thrash/heavy metal ; actually by Wrathchild America
60. Satan - Court In The Act
1983, NWOBHM
61. Martyr - Hopeless Hopes
1997, technical death metal
62. Rigor Mortis - Rigor Mortis
1988, thrash metal
63. Last Crack - Burning Time
1991, groove metal/rock
64. Oz - Fire In The Brain
1983, heavy metal
65. Apocalypse - Apocalypse
1988, thrash metal
66. Tourniquet - Psycho Surgery
1991, avant-garde/technical thrash metal
67. Stone - Stone
1988, thrash metal
68. Defiance - Product Of Society
1989, thrash metal
69. Equinox (NOR) - Xerox Success
1991, avant-garde thrash metal
70. Necromantia - Scarlet Evil Witching Black
1995, experimental black metal
71. Agent Steel - Unstoppable Force
1987, speed power metal
72. Headhunter - Parody Of Life
1990, thrash metal
73. Wildfire - Brute Force And Ignorance
1983, NWOBHM
74. Tony MacAlpine - Edge Of Insanity
1986, progressive neoclassical metal
75. Mekong Delta - Dances Of Death (And Other Walking Shadows)
1990, avant-garde thrash metal
76. Stone - No Anaesthesia!
1989, thrash metal
77. Confessor - Condemned
1991, technical doom metal
78. Vendetta (GER) - Brain Damage
1988, thrash metal
79. Pungent Stench - Been Caught Buttering
1991, groove death metal
80. Hammers Of Misfortune - The Bastard
2001, technical medieval doom/black metal
81. Hammers Of Misfortune - The August Engine
2003, technical progressive/heavy metal
82. Sacrosanct - Recessed For The Depraved
1991, technical thrash metal
83. Seance - Fornever Laid To Rest
1992, death metal
84. Savage - Loose 'N' Lethal
1983, NWOBHM
85. Massacra - Final Holocaust
1990, death metal
86. Mekong Delta - Kaleidoscope
1992, avant-garde technical thrash metal
87. Realm - Suiciety
1990, technical thrash metal
88. Heavy Load - Death Or Glory
1982, heavy/power metal
89. Cemetary - An Evil Shade Of Grey
1992, death metal
90. Adramelech - Psychostasia
1996, death metal
91. Tourniquet - Vanishing Lessons
1994, avant-garde thrash/groove metal
92. Seance - Saltrubbed Eyes
1993, death metal
93. Raven - Life's A Bitch
1987, heavy metal
94. Afflicted - Prodigal Sun
1992, progressive/technical death metal
95. Ludicra - Hollow Psalms
2002, black metal
96. Massacra - Enjoy The Violence
1991, death metal
97. Last Descendants - One Nation Under God
1988, power/thrash metal
98. Edwin Dare - The Unthinkable Deed...
1992, technical progressive/heavy metal
99. Wildfire - Summer Lightning
1984, NWOBHM
100. Intruder - Psycho Savant
1991, technical thrash metal
101. Watchtower - Control And Resistance
1989, technical thrash heavy metal
102. Mordred - Fool's Game
1989, progressive thrash metal
103. Manilla Road - The Deluge
1986, US power metal
104. Decision D - The Last Prostitute
1995, avant-garde thrash metal
105. Grinder (GER) - Dead End
1989, thrash/speed metal
106. Slough Feg - Traveller
2003, heavy metal
107. Tony MacAlpine - Madness
1993, progressive shred metal/rock
108. Tony MacAlpine - Premonition
1994, progressive shred metal/rock
109. Tony MacAlpine - Evolution
1995, progressive shred metal/rock
110. James Murphy - Convergence
1996, technical avant-garde metal
111. James Murphy - Feeding The Machine
1999, technical groove metal
112. Sieges Even - Sophisticated
1995, progressive metal
113. Deathrow - Raging Steel
1987, thrash metal
114. Holy Moses - Finished With The Dogs
1987, thrash metal
115. Lääz Rockit - Annihilation Principle
1989, thrash metal
116. Raven - All For One
1983, NWOBHM, speed metal
117. Heavy Load - Stronger Than Evil
1983, heavy/power metal
118. Nasty Savage - Nasty Savage
1985, US power metal/thrash metal
119. Raven - Nothing Exceeds Like Excess
1988, heavy metal
120. Slauter Xstroyes - Winter Kill
1985, power metal
121. Deadly Blessing - Ascend From The Cauldron
1988, progressive power/thrash metal
122. Tyrant (USA) - Too Late To Pray
1987, heavy metal
123. Pagan Altar - The Lords Of Hypocrisy
2004, heavy/doom metal
124. Pagan Altar - Mythical & Magical
2006, heavy/doom metal
125. Dark Heresy - Abstract Principles Taken To Their Logical Extremes
1995, avant-garde death metal
126. Intruder - A Higher Form Of Killing
1989, technical thrash metal
127. Destructor - Maximum Destruction
1985, thrash metal
128. Decision D - Razon de la Muerte
1992, technical death/thrash metal
129. Rage - Secrets In A Weird World
1989, heavy/thrash metal
130. Satan - Blaze Of Obscurity
1989, thrash metal
131. Hades (USA) - Resisting Success
1987, thrash/power metal
132. Obliveon - Nemesis
1993, technical/progressive thrash metal
133. Equinox (NOR) - The Way To Go
1990, technical/progressive thrash metal
134. Sledgehammer - Blood On Their Hands
1983, NWOBHM
135. Citron - Tropic Of Cancer
1983, hard rock/heavy metal
136. Psychotic Waltz - Mosquito
1994, progressive metal
137. Mekong Delta - Mekong Delta
1987, avant-garde thrash metal
138. Stone - Emotional Playground
1991, thrash metal
139. Sacrosanct - Tragic Intense
1993, progressive thrash metal
140. Holy Moses - The New Machine Of Liechtenstein
1989, technical thrash metal
141. Mekong Delta - Visions Fugitives
1994, avant-garde metal
142. Vicious Rumors - Soldiers Of The Night
1985, technical power metal
143. Widowmaker - Stand By For Pain
1994, US heavy metal
144. Jon Oliva's Pain - 'Tage Mahal
2004, progressive metal
145. Wrath (USA) - Insane Society
1990, thrash metal
146. Saracen - Heroes, Saints & Fools
1981, NWOBHM/progressive rock
147. Riot - The Privilege Of Power
1990, heavy metal
148. Jon Oliva's Pain - Maniacal Renderings
2006, progressive metal
149. Tony MacAlpine - Maximum Security
1987, neoclassical progressive metal
150. Mordred - The Next Room
1994, avant-garde funk/thrash metal
151. Blitzkrieg - A Time Of Changes
1985, NWOBHM
152. Dead Brain Cells - Universe
1989, technical thrash metal
153. Wrath (USA) - Fit Of Anger
1986, thrash/power metal
154. Sacrosanct - Truth Is - What Is
1990, technical thrash metal
155. Chastain - Ruler Of The Wasteland
1986, heavy metal
156. Satan - Out Of Reach
1985, NWOBHM ; actually by Blind Fury
157. Fleurety - Min Tid Skal Komme
1995, avant-garde black metal
158. Sieges Even - Uneven
1997, progressive metal
159. S.D.I. - Sign Of The Wicked
1988, thrash metal Sacred Blade
160. Apocrypha - The Forgotten Scroll
1987, shred power metal
161. Babylon Sad - Kyrie
1992, progressive death metal
162. Defiance - Beyond Recognition
1992, thrash metal
163. Sadus - Elements Of Anger
1997, technical thrash/death metal
164. Memento Mori - Rhymes Of Lunacy
1993, heavy/doom metal
165. Liege Lord - Master Control
1988, power/thrash metal
166. Heretic - Breaking Point
1988, power/thrash metal
167. Midas Touch - Presage Of Disaster
1989, technical thrash metal
168. Disciples Of Power - Mechanikill
1996, progressive thrash metal
169. Stygian - Planetary Destruction
1992, technical thrash/power metal
170. Juggernaut - Baptism Under Fire
1986, technical thrash metal
171. Hades (USA) - If At First You Don't Succeed...
1988, thrash/power metal
172. Bloodlust - Guilty As Sin
1985, US speed metal
173. Messiah - Hymn To Abramelin
1986, death/thrash metal
174. Messiah - Extreme Cold Weather
1987, death/thrash metal
175. Iron Angel - Hellish Crossfire
1985, thrash/death metal
176. Whiplash - Ticket To Mayhem
1987, speed/thrash metal
177. Meliah Rage - Solitary Solitude
1990, thrash metal
178. Dead Brain Cells - Dead Brain Cells
1987, technical thrash metal
179. Purgatory (USA) - Tied To The Trax
1986, thrash/power metal
180. Invocator - Excursion Demise
1991, technical thrash/death metal
181. Chemical Breath - Fatal Exposure
1992, technical death/thrash metal
182. Pestifer - Age Of Disgrace
2010, technical death metal
183. Wrath (USA) - Nothing To Fear
1987, thrash metal
184. Obliveon - From This Day Forward
1990, progressive thrash metal
185. The Shattering - The Shattering Begins
2005, technical death metal
186. Antiquus - Eleutheria
2006, progressive metal
187. Theory In Practice - Third Eye Function
1997, technical death metal
188. Seelenwinter - Seelenwinter
1995, progressive thrash metal
189. Aghora - Formless
2006, avant-garde/progressive metal
190. Maudlin Of The Well - Leaving Your Body Map
2001, avant-garde metal/rock
191. Atlain - Living In The Dark
1984, speed/power metal
192. Atrox - Contentum
2000, avant-garde metal
193. Polluted Inheritance - Betrayed
1996, technical death metal
194. Equinox (NOR) - Auf Wiedersehen
1989, technical thrash metal
195. Solstice (USA) - Solstice
1992, thrash/death metal
196. Mortification - Scrolls Of The Megilloth
1992, death metal
197. Aftermath - Eyes Of Tomorrow
1994, progressive thrash metal
198. Minas Tirith (Nor) - ...Demons Are Forever
1998, avant-garde black metal
199. Minas Tirith (Nor) - The Art Of Becoming
1995, avant-garde black metal
200. Embraced - Amorous Anathema
1998, progressive black metal
201. Spike - The Price Of Pleasure
1983, heavy metal
202. Witchfynde - Give 'em Hell [album]
1980, NWOBHM
203. Hexx - Under The Spell
1986, technical power/thrash metal
204. Savage Grace - Master Of Disguise
1985, US power/speed metal
205. Trauma (USA) - Scratch And Scream
1984, speed/thrash metal
206. Dyoxen - First Among Equals
1989, technical thrash metal
207. A.R.G. - One World Without The End
1991, thrash metal
208. Num Skull - Ritually Abused
1988, thrash/death metal
209. Excidium (Swit) - Innocent River
1995, progressive death/thrash metal
210. Gothic Slam - Killer Instinct
1988, thrash metal
211. Crucifixion (USA) - Desert Of Shattered Hopes
1993, death metal
212. Vicious Circle (USA) - Cryptic Void
1993, death/thrash metal
213. Catharsis (Pol) - Bitter Disdain
1995, technical death metal
214. Buzzard - Churp!!!
1993, avant-garde metal
215. Decision D - Moratoria
1993, death/thrash metal
216. Son Of Aurelius - The Farthest Reaches
2010, technical death/black metal
217. Futures End - Memoirs Of A Broken Man
2009, progressive power/heavy metal
218. Baring Teeth - Atrophy
2011, psychedelic doom/death metal
219. Orgone - The Joyless Parson
2008, progressive death metal
220. StarGazer - The Scream That Tore The Sky
2005, avant-garde black/death metal



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Alex Fenger - 29.03.2012 at 05:06  
Cacophony isn't really overlooked, or at least i wouldn't say... I did find quite a few on here that i didn't know or haven't checked out
JohnDoe - 29.03.2012 at 08:50  
Nice to see the two James Murphy albums in here.
Vasil de Shumen - 29.03.2012 at 09:14  
Written by JohnDoe on 29.03.2012 at 08:50

Nice to see the two James Murphy albums in here.


Amazing musician with great ideas and interpretation skills
Ozman - 29.03.2012 at 13:54  
I wouldn't say Satan - Court In The Act is overlooked. Because it's generally lauded as a NWOBHM classic
Vasil de Shumen - 29.03.2012 at 15:18  
Written by Ozman on 29.03.2012 at 13:54

I wouldn't say Satan - Court In The Act is overlooked. Because it's generally lauded as a NWOBHM classic


Overlooked in this website - only 17 voters
Mdevil93 - 08.04.2012 at 20:13  
This list is awesome! Lots I'll need to give a listen to.
Vasil de Shumen - 08.04.2012 at 21:37  
Written by Mdevil93 on 08.04.2012 at 20:13

This list is awesome! Lots I'll need to give a listen to.


I'll add to this list more albums
Vasil de Shumen - 09.05.2012 at 12:20  
The list was supplemented with 8 albums
Ozman - 09.05.2012 at 12:24  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 09.05.2012 at 12:20

The list was supplemented with 8 albums


which ones?
Ozman - 09.05.2012 at 12:26  
Next time state which ones they are so when can look them up in the list and bitch about their position in it

Still not complaining about your number 1. Brilliant album. Unfortunately impossible to get hold of a original copy of it nowadays. Tried to get one for a friend's birthday last April and it was totally impossible. Of course didn't give him my copy
Vasil de Shumen - 09.05.2012 at 12:48  
Written by Ozman on 09.05.2012 at 12:24

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 09.05.2012 at 12:20

The list was supplemented with 8 albums


which ones?


CITRON - Tropic Of Cancer

STYGIAN - Planetary Destruction

SACROSANCT (Netherlands) - Truth Is - What Is ; Recessed For The Depraved ; Tragic Intense

HOLY MOSES - Finished With The Dogs ; The New Machine Of Liechtenstein ; Terminal Terror
Vasil de Shumen - 09.05.2012 at 12:49  
Written by Ozman on 09.05.2012 at 12:26

Still not complaining about your number 1. Brilliant album. Unfortunately impossible to get hold of a original copy of it nowadays. Tried to get one for a friend's birthday last April and it was totally impossible. Of course didn't give him my copy


Really, this album is already a rarity. It should be reissued
tea[m]ster - 10.05.2012 at 06:39  
#39...holy fuck does that bring back memories, thanks.

If you dig that u will dig this (overlooked for sure):
http://www.metalstorm.net/bands/album.php?album_id=39662&band_id=4401&bandname=Acrophet
Vasil de Shumen - 10.05.2012 at 10:44  
Written by tea[m]ster on 10.05.2012 at 06:39

If you dig that u will dig this (overlooked for sure):
http://www.metalstorm.net/bands/album.php?album_id=39662&band_id=4401&bandname=Acrophet


Thanks, man

Acrophet ... good but ordinary American thrash.
Vasil de Shumen - 10.05.2012 at 10:45  
The list was supplemented with Mordred's The Next Room.
Ozman - 10.05.2012 at 10:56  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 10.05.2012 at 10:45

The list was supplemented with Mordred's The Next Room.


I would have gone for either the e.p. or full-length before it.
@gent_-_orange - 10.05.2012 at 11:39  
Im ashamed that I know about five of the albums on this list.
Vasil de Shumen - 10.05.2012 at 15:45  
Written by Ozman on 10.05.2012 at 10:56

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 10.05.2012 at 10:45

The list was supplemented with Mordred's The Next Room.

I would have gone for either the e.p. or full-length before it.


I really prefer 'The Next Room' This album is the most original and has emphasized own style of Mordred.
Ozman - 10.05.2012 at 15:46  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 10.05.2012 at 15:45


I really prefer 'The Next Room' This album is the most original and has emphasized own style of Mordred.


For In This Life is their most original and truly own style
Vasil de Shumen - 10.05.2012 at 15:53  
Written by Ozman on 10.05.2012 at 15:46

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 10.05.2012 at 15:45


I really prefer 'The Next Room' This album is the most original and has emphasized own style of Mordred.


For In This Life is their most original and truly own style


Everyone hears differently
Ozman - 10.05.2012 at 15:56  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 10.05.2012 at 15:53

Everyone hears differently


Oops, somehow forgot to type ''me'' after ''For''
tea[m]ster - 11.05.2012 at 04:37  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 10.05.2012 at 10:44

... good but ordinary American thrash.


It may be but this album is very very good.
Vasil de Shumen - 11.05.2012 at 23:39  
The list was supplemented with one album :

Sieges Even - Uneven (1997)
Vasil de Shumen - 19.05.2012 at 20:29  
The list was supplemented with 14 amazing albums

MIDAS TOUCH - Presage Of Disaster

DECISION D - Razon de la Muerte ; The Last Prostitute

INVOCATOR - Excursion Demise

CHEMICAL BREATH - Fatal Exposure

PESTIFER - Age Of Disgrace

THE SHATTERING - The Shattering Begins

ANTIQUUS - Eleutheria

THEORY IN PRACTICE - Third Eye Function

SEELENWINTER - Seelenwinter

FEAR OF GOD - Within The Veil

POLLUTED INHERITANCE - Betrayed

DARK HERESY - Abstract Principles Taken To Their Logical Extremes

SON OF AURELIUS - The Farthest Reaches
Ozman - 19.05.2012 at 20:42  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 19.05.2012 at 20:29

FEAR OF GOD - Within The Veil


Frigging great, perfect album. Top 4 of all time for me and my favourite of the Nineties.
Vasil de Shumen - 21.05.2012 at 12:22  
Written by Ozman on 19.05.2012 at 20:42

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 19.05.2012 at 20:29

FEAR OF GOD - Within The Veil


Frigging great, perfect album.

Vasil de Shumen - 23.05.2012 at 12:38  
The list was supplemented with 8 amazing albums

FATAL OPERA - The Eleventh Hour ; Fatal Opera

JUGGERNAUT - Baptism Under Fire

EQUINOX (Nor) - Auf Wiedersehen

AFTERMATH - Eyes Of Tomorrow

ORGONE - The Joyless Parson

BARING TEETH - Atrophy

CATHARSIS (Pol) - Bitter Disdain
TrollandDie - 25.05.2012 at 21:22  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 19.05.2012 at 20:29

The list was supplemented with 14 amazing albums

MIDAS TOUCH - Presage Of Disaster

DECISION D - Razon de la Muerte ; The Last Prostitute

INVOCATOR - Excursion Demise

CHEMICAL BREATH - Fatal Exposure

PESTIFER - Age Of Disgrace

THE SHATTERING - The Shattering Begins

ANTIQUUS - Eleutheria

THEORY IN PRACTICE - Third Eye Function

SEELENWINTER - Seelenwinter

FEAR OF GOD - Within The Veil

POLLUTED INHERITANCE - Betrayed

DARK HERESY - Abstract Principles Taken To Their Logical Extremes

SON OF AURELIUS - The Farthest Reaches


Can agree with Chemical Breath at least. Deathrash...beautiful, beautiful deathrash.
Vasil de Shumen - 31.05.2012 at 23:32  
The list was supplemented with three Black Metal albums

MINAS TIRITH - The Art Of Becoming ; ...Demons Are Forever

EMBRACED - Amorous Anathema
Introspekrieg - 01.06.2012 at 00:48  
Really great list, lots and lots of albums to explore!
Vasil de Shumen - 06.06.2012 at 17:27  
Written by Introspekrieg on 01.06.2012 at 00:48

Really great list, lots and lots of albums to explore!


Vasil de Shumen - 06.06.2012 at 17:30  
FATAL OPERA were founded by ex-Megadeth drummer Gar Samuelson and his brother Stew Samuelson. The musicians combine technical thrash metal and progressive rock elements.
R'Vannith - 07.06.2012 at 17:06  
Now THAT'S a list! So many gems here. Never thought I'd see Souls At Zero (aka Wrathchild America), that album is really unique thrash. Haven't listened to it in a while but I remember its even got a bit of reggae in it! And that Rage album is my favourite from their discography.
Oh and why that particular Skyclad album (Irrational Anthems)?
Vasil de Shumen - 07.06.2012 at 18:19  
Written by R'Vannith on 07.06.2012 at 17:06

Now THAT'S a list! So many gems here.

Oh and why that particular Skyclad album (Irrational Anthems)?


Thanks

Most fans ignore 'Irrational Anthems', although it is perhaps most beautiful Skyclad album.
R'Vannith - 07.06.2012 at 21:08  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 07.06.2012 at 18:19


Most fans ignore 'Irrational Anthems', although it is perhaps most beautiful Skyclad album.


It is a a great album, 'Penny Dreadful' is a classic. My favourite track is probably 'My Mother In Darkness'.
Vasil de Shumen - 09.06.2012 at 15:12  
Written by R'Vannith on 07.06.2012 at 21:08

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 07.06.2012 at 18:19


Most fans ignore 'Irrational Anthems', although it is perhaps most beautiful Skyclad album.


It is a a great album, 'Penny Dreadful' is a classic. My favourite track is probably 'My Mother In Darkness'.


My favorite song is 'I Dubious'
Vasil de Shumen - 25.06.2012 at 09:11  
Written by R'Vannith on 07.06.2012 at 17:06

Now THAT'S a list! So many gems here. Never thought I'd see Souls At Zero (aka Wrathchild America), that album is really unique thrash.


Very good album ... and criminally neglected
Milena - 25.06.2012 at 09:17  
Written by R'Vannith on 07.06.2012 at 17:06

Wrathchild America

From a non-thrash fan: these guys are the shit.
Vasil de Shumen - 25.06.2012 at 11:22  
Written by Milena on 25.06.2012 at 09:17

Written by R'Vannith on 07.06.2012 at 17:06

Wrathchild America

From a non-thrash fan: these guys are the shit.


Have you hearing problems?
Milena - 25.06.2012 at 11:24  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 25.06.2012 at 11:22

Have you hearing problems?

THE shit = not shit, quite good
Vasil de Shumen - 25.06.2012 at 11:39  
Written by Milena on 25.06.2012 at 11:24

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 25.06.2012 at 11:22

Have you hearing problems?

THE shit = not shit, quite good


ok
Ozman - 25.06.2012 at 13:23  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 25.06.2012 at 09:11


Very good album ... and criminally neglected


When Fear Of God tour Europe in Sping 1992 Danw Crosby was helped out live by Jay Abbene, Terry Carter and Shannon Larkin, apparently Dawn also wanted bassplayer Brad Divens in that touring line-up but he declined.
Vasil de Shumen - 25.06.2012 at 13:56  
Written by Ozman on 25.06.2012 at 13:23

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 25.06.2012 at 09:11


Very good album ... and criminally neglected


When Fear Of God tour Europe in Sping 1992 Danw Crosby was helped out live by Jay Abbene, Terry Carter and Shannon Larkin, apparently Dawn also wanted bassplayer Brad Divens in that touring line-up but he declined.


What was the reason?
Ozman - 25.06.2012 at 13:59  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 25.06.2012 at 13:56

Written by Ozman on 25.06.2012 at 13:23

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 25.06.2012 at 09:11


Very good album ... and criminally neglected


When Fear Of God tour Europe in Sping 1992 Danw Crosby was helped out live by Jay Abbene, Terry Carter and Shannon Larkin, apparently Dawn also wanted bassplayer Brad Divens in that touring line-up but he declined.


What was the reason?


Well she had kicked the entire Within The Veil line-up out of the band. Remember, Dawn was one of the hardest people to work with (due to various reasons)
Vasil de Shumen - 25.06.2012 at 14:13  
Written by Ozman on 25.06.2012 at 13:59

Well she had kicked the entire Within The Veil line-up out of the band. Remember, Dawn was one of the hardest people to work with (due to various reasons)


The genius is often accompanied with some ... quirks
R'Vannith - 25.06.2012 at 14:35  
Written by Milena on 25.06.2012 at 09:17

Written by R'Vannith on 07.06.2012 at 17:06

Wrathchild America

From a non-thrash fan: these guys are the shit.


It's an interesting album, at times it sounds like Thrash then it shifts to more heavy metal territory. Sometimes its really very technical, at others its almost rock and roll. And while that's going on it throws in totally random bits and pieces, like that awesome reggae bit in the track 'Parallel'. Some of the lyrics are beyond stupid though There isn't a Thrash album I've heard as weird as this, its a prog Thrash album if there ever was one I think so I can see why you would like it if you're not too keen on Thrash in general.
The track 'Desert Grins' is absolutely nuts
Ozman - 25.06.2012 at 14:57  
Written by R'Vannith on 25.06.2012 at 14:35



It's an interesting album, at times it sounds like Thrash then it shifts to more heavy metal territory. Sometimes its really very technical, at others its almost rock and roll. And while that's going on it throws in totally random bits and pieces, like that awesome reggae bit in the track 'Parallel'. Some of the lyrics are beyond stupid though There isn't a Thrash album I've heard as weird as this, its a prog Thrash album if there ever was one I think so I can see why you would like it if you're not too keen on Thrash in general.
The track 'Desert Grins' is absolutely nuts


And their drummer went on to play in Ugly Kid Joe, talk about a step down musically
R'Vannith - 25.06.2012 at 15:05  
Written by Ozman on 25.06.2012 at 14:57


And their drummer went on to play in Ugly Kid Joe, talk about a step down musically


Who the hell is Ugly Kid Joe? Looking that guy up now he's the drummer for that band Godsmack!? Well whaddya you know!
Milena - 25.06.2012 at 15:18  
Written by R'Vannith on 25.06.2012 at 15:05

Who the hell is Ugly Kid Joe?

A really hateful band: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byEGjLU2egA
R'Vannith - 25.06.2012 at 15:26  
Written by Milena on 25.06.2012 at 15:18

Written by R'Vannith on 25.06.2012 at 15:05

Who the hell is Ugly Kid Joe?

A really hateful band: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byEGjLU2egA


They sound similar.. only with no thrash, even more inane lyrics and much more punk. You can really recognize that drummer though!

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