German thrash titans KREATOR have released the first video trailer for their upcoming album, Gods Of Violence.
A steeple of consistency Overkill has been, probably more underrated then anybody out there, another legendary band in the genre with a storied career that just keeps plowing away with no sign of stoppage any time soon. If you call yourself a true metalhead and never seen Overkill live, wake up and smell the napalm in the air, cause it’s bloody powerful.
Live Photos Sweden Rock Festival 2013 Wednesday 5 June 2013 — Saturday 8 June 2013 Recap and Slidehow
Kreator, Evile and Xentrix @ The Academy, Dublin, April 26th, 2013
it was shocking that Accept didn’t end the show as it made more sense they would be more known in the area than Kreator. But even if the numbers had dwindled some, they still got a great reception, and had a pretty decent pit going. If you’re a fan of this band and not seen them live, do yourself a favor and rectify that if and when they come to your area.
The most improved element here is the very thrashy guitar riffing, which is a long way improved from some of the near groove metal sounds of previous albums.
This record is decidedly old-school in every way and there’s not one single hint of modern Thrash here at all. DEGRADATION take a little bit of EXODUS, a touch of KREATOR…
Truth be told there’s not much 2BLACK need to work on here, a couple of tracks may have benefitted from being twenty seconds or so shorter and the vocals could use some slight changing up occasionally, but overall NO TIME TO DIE is as good a resume as any modern day Thrash Metal band could wish for..