thrash metal

Fan evaluation: Exodus - Fabulous Disaster (Combat/Music for Nations)


The prison system, inherently unjust and inhumane

Is the ultimate expression of injustice

And inhumanity in the society at large.

Those of us on the outside do not like

Black Breath: Back in Action

The first of what will be many live assaults this year...

Following several months off the touring grid, Seattle's unstoppable Black Breath will return to the road this month on a swift and brutal trek originating on the opposite side of

Non thrash bands with epic thrash songs!

Thrash metal means more than just the big four...

Thrash is an interesting genre of music.

Helstar - This Wicked Nest (AFM Records)

Near-flawless heavy metal...
Release Date: 
28 Apr 2014 - 11:30pm

Helstar’s James Rivera is perhaps the most underrated voice in heavy metal history.

Lost Society - Terror Hungry (Nuclear Blast)

Pleasant to listen to, but ultimately pointless...
Release Date: 
3 Apr 2014 - 11:30pm

“Attention! Attention! The world has become infected with high levels of alcohol!”

Overkill: Euro Tour Dates Announced

Blitz and company back with tunes old and new!

With the release of their new album White Devil Armory scheduled for this (Northern) summer, New Jersey thrash metal veterans Overkill now announce an extended European to

Curimus- Artificial Revolution (Svart Records)

Not the most promising example of what modern thrash has to offer.

Seeing as it is Metal Thrashing May here at Metal as Fuck it seems rather prudent to take a moment from our fond reminiscing and examine just where the genre is at in 2014

Blood of Kings - Starvation (Tridroid Reissue)

In case you missed it first time around...
Release Date: 
21 May 2014 - 11:30pm

Originally released last year, this debut album from Seattle’s Blood of Kings is getting the vinyl reissue treatment courtesy of Tridroid Records.

Skinner - Sleepwalkers (Dead Inside Records)

State-of-the-art US power/thrash...
Release Date: 
6 May 2014 (All day)

Skinner: A new name on me but one I’m hoping will keep coming back to my ears a lot in the upcoming years.