That’s what I call old school thrash metal. Killing Slayer riffs, fast, banging drums and a really aggressive mouthpiece. All you need? Well, not really. A few killer riffs don’t make a good song, especially when they’re performed with such a weak, thin guitar sound. The album just passes through without anything staying in mind ... more/mehr
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