Warbeast - Krush The Enemy (2010)

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Warbeast - Krush The Enemy (2010)Исполнитель: Warbeast
Альбом: Krush The Enemy
Год: 2010
Страна: USA (Dallas/Fort Worth, Arlington (NOW), Texas)
Стиль: Thrash Metal
Битрейт: 249 kbps VBR V2, Lame 3.97
Длительность: 00:44:48
Издатель: Housecore Records
Размер: 80.69 МБ
1. Krush The Enemy – 4:31
2. Unleashed – 3:51
3. Self Will Run Riot – 4:53
4. The Plague at Hand – 4:36
5. Born With a Blackened Heart – 3:44
6. Scorched Earth Policy – 3:28
7. Guardian Angel – 4:29
8. The Controller – 4:19
9. Stalker – 5:42
10. We Are the Vultures – 5:16



Warbeast named: "Best Metal Newcomer of 2010" by Metalunderground.com in their annual staff poll.

Bruce Corbitt (Rigor Mortis) - Vocals
Scott Shelby (Gammacide/Hammer Witch/Rotting Corpse) - Lead Guitars
Rick Perry - Guitar
Alan Bovee - Drums
Joe Gonzalez (Demonseed) - Drums

Old school Metal the way it’s supposed to be played. Featuring Bruce Corbitt (Rigor Mortis) on vox, & ex-members from Ft. Worth thrashers Gammacide, these Texas mainstays are cranking out quality music that takes the listener back to the late ‘80’s thrash days.

Thank goodness. Great stuff to break your neck to in the pit, or just by head banging in your car.

Full length has been recorded with Philip Anselmo co-producing some stuff out of Nodferatu’s Lair!

Review by Phil Freeman.
Warbeast are a Texas-based thrash band featuring members of underground bands Gammacide and Demonseed and fronted by the former vocalist of '80s thrash titans Rigor Mortis. Their songs have a strong '80s flavor, speeding by in a blur of staccato riffs, chanted vocals with a guttural tone and over the top delivery somewhere between Lair of the Minotaur's Steven Rathbone and GWAR's Oderus Urungus, and machine gun drumming. Songs like "Unleashed" (which cops a lyric from the Geto Boys song "Mind of a Lunatic," of all sources) and "Self Will Run Riot" provide all the headbanging riffage and squealing, Kerry King-esque solos any old-school thrash fan could want. Some songs aren't quite as seamlessly constructed as they could be, stopping and starting again in an attempt to build drama that ultimately saps the overall energy level. But others, like the album's penultimate track, "Stalker," go back even further than thrash, stylistically speaking, adopting a power metal-ish style reminiscent of Accept. In the final analysis, this is a fierce metal record highly recommended to fans of second- or third-tier, regionally successful old-school thrash acts like Defiance, Hallows Eve, and Rigor Mortis.


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