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Thrash

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by Caps, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Caps

    CapsExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    I think my favourite, or at least one of my favourite thrash albums has to be Eternal Nightmare by Vio-Lence. Musically I think it totally encapsulates what thrash is. Only one song on it that can be considered 'political', which would be 'Kill on Command' about CIA hit squads or the like (I'm a military toy and I'm government employed........just give me the money and I'll make that 'commie' dead).

    Aye, Propaghandi are proper thrash-heads, with their split with Sacrifice and The Headbanger's Embrace dedicated to em. On the split they cover Corrosion of Conformity's 'Technocracy' and it's awesome. Which brings up the nice fact that the thrash-tastic 'Animosity' line-up are back together again. Anyone excited? Or, if not, bothered?

    Also, I have said split on my computer and will try and upload it if people are interested. However, I have no experience of uploading shit so I'm a touch nervous.

    And, yes, Razor rule.
     
  2. Vegan_Who_Wears_Leather

    Vegan_Who_Wears_LeatherActive Member Forum Member


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    Don't forget Hellbastard
     
  3. SurgeryXdisaster

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    Thrashcore anyone?

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgOYkY53ZU0[/video]
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52yJflG6dAQ[/video]
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDKPLNV3Y8k&feature=related[/video]
     
  4. Caps

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    Right, it's just become very apparent to me that I don't know what Thrashcore is. Those three songs are not remotely thrash metal but they were fucking wicked. I thought Thrashcore was a lot more like powerviolence. I find it difficult to see the difference between Thrashcore and what I would think of as traditional hardcore punk. What is the difference and the definition of Thrashcore?
     
  5. punkmar77

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    :D
     
  6. Vegan_Who_Wears_Leather

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    I agree with you that the 2nd song sounded like hardcore, but if you listen closely enough you can hear the difference in the drum beats in the 1st and 3rd songs; I'm not 100% sure but I think thrashcore has more bpms (beats per minute).
     
  7. DirtyRottenThrashPunk

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    Thrashcore's just faster Hardcore but not as brutal as Grind or Powerviolence (well it has some overlap with those)...a lot of it is just like trad. Hardcore with blast beats/hyper fast drumming in general.
     
  8. SurgeryXdisaster

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thrashcore
     
  9. BrandonConvicted

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    Ahh thrash. I've been obsessed with modern thrash recently, like Municipal Waste, Lazarus AD, Gama Bomb, shit like that. It just fires me up.
     
  10. snookams

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    vitamin x is the shit. i'm pretty sure the members are all vegan sxe...fun fact i suppose.

    you peeps should check out deathcycle and sunday morning einsteins too.
     
  11. Reeking_Carcass

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    I used to be REALLY into thrash metal so my collection is still mostly thrash. Early Testament is great. The Legacy is one of my favorites. Holy Terror is amazing. Both of their albums have some great anti-christianity songs.
     
  12. N.R.Kay

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    You guys should listen to Toxic Holocaust!
    they make fast oldschool thrash but never forget their punk roots. sometimes sounds a bit like Black Uniforms :)
     
  13. DirtyRottenThrashPunk

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    Toxic Holocaust are awesome! Like Bathory's self titled album crossed with early Municipal Waste....and anybody who doesn't know of War Ripper should check them out, another Joel Grind project, fusion of Bathory/early Celtic Frost with Discharge/Anti Cimex stuff basically...
     
  14. N.R.Kay

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    Also Tiger Junkies is/was a project of Joel Grind.
    I only say: WE ARE D-BEAT STREET ROCK'N'ROLLER!!!!!!!!!!

    \m/
     
  15. Reeking_Carcass

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    I love all 3 of those bands. The new Toxic Holocaust, Conjure and Command, is up for pre-order right now.
     
  16. first class bastard

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  17. horrorpunk666

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    thrash is good music, its like an easier version of punk, not as much political alignment and its also remakably catchy, music is my personal area of expertiese, so

    8 weeks dead

    a murder of crows

    abandoned spinx

    act of god

    adreniline

    aggression
    alien ant farm

    alchoholic mosh

    alter of sin

    annihilator

    anthrax

    anvil

    bellodanna

    believer

    blind illusion

    bitter end

    carnivore

    cocaphony

    celtic frost

    death angel

    destruction

    D.R.I

    exciter

    exodus

    flotsam & jetsam

    forced entry

    GWAR

    helloween

    intruder

    king diamond

    kreator

    megadeath

    metallica

    motorhead

    municipal waste

    nuclear assult

    panic

    pantera

    powermad

    raven

    sacrifice

    sanctuary

    slayer

    tankard

    testament

    toxic

    toxic halocaust

    watchtower

    some of the bands not be your exact picture of "thrash" but when you make a list by paging through a 30 some odd GB music library some things slip through the cracks
     
  18. punkmar77

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    :ecouteurs: :ecouteurs:
     
  19. horrorpunk666

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    hahaha i didnt say they were all GOOD bands
     
  20. punkmar77

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    You were the one that posted metallica as a recommendation on an anarchist forum....maybe you should think a little before being so impulsive.
     
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