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Originally posted by LoudTrax.com LoudTrax.com wrote:

tell us what you think of our Thrash Metal section on our Metal download site:

Looks good to me, though I'm not an expert on the genre. At least I found what I was looking for, I finally used the Loudtrax gift certificate I won in May on Flotsam and Jetsam's Doomsday for the Deceiver, thanks Clap

Now I notice they aren't in Thrash, but anyway found them LOL
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I forgot about Overkill, i like 4 of thier albums a lot - Horrorscope, I Hear Black, WFU and Necroshine.
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What do yall think of Overkill?
I only have Ironbound.
Megadeth, Metallica, Slayer and Testament. The real Big Four of thrash metal!



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Originally posted by The Angry Scotsman The Angry Scotsman wrote:

What do yall think of Overkill?
I only have Ironbound.


Oh man!  You need an "Education" on Overkill 101 LOL

In order of Appearance:
With original Line-up and the "1" Guitarist Bobby Gustafson-
2. Not their debut but a great place to start- "Taking Over".
3. Under the Influence
4. Years of Decay
Gustafson starts off as an excellent Riff Master, but a "Noodler" when it came to Solos.
Then by the time "Under the Influence" came out (I think at-least 2 years later) He seemed
to have attended Guitar Tech University and Graduated with Honours! Clap What a difference
those years made for him!  Really solid albums those 3.
But apparently he was at odds with Bassist D.D. Verni over the direction of the Band (???).
So came the years of various "Dual" Guitarists:
5. Horrorscope
7. W.F.O.
I skipped their "6th" album "I Hear Black", it has a few good tracks but they were trying to see
if they'd find success with the "new" sound gaining ground-The "Aggro" type Metal, a bit
slower and even a bit "Doomy" and it failed miserably, for a few Years you could find it used
at just about any outlit that sold CD's.
Both Horrorscope and WFO feature Guitarists Rob Cannavino who had been Gustafson's
guitar technician and Merritt Gant from Thrash Metal Band "Faith or Fear".
Excellent Riffs and Solos between them.  After WFO, the only 2 left of the original Line-up
would be Vocalist Extraordinare (but on some of the later albums a bit too much-but then
comes back down to earth) Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth and Bassist Verni and many line-up
changes.

I thought these were the strongest releases, these are the core of what Overkill was but I
have not had a chance to listen to their last 4 albums Stern Smile.
Many tracks can be found on YOUtube as well as my Faves at Time Signatures Post that I
"Linked" earlier (on other page) on "80's/90's Thrash".
Oh what the 'ell, here ya' go (My post on page 1):
http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=586
(Thot shed git ya' sum blasts ta' git yer Kilt Blewn Oaf! Ya Mod Scutsmun!)

. . . I think you'll discover some cool stuff Big smile.


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It's funny, I love thrash metal and like to listen to bands from my home NJ and for some reason I just never got around to overkill. Then over time, well out of mind I guess. Also as I got more into pro I turned away from thrash for a while.
Thankfully my love for it is back.
I am going to look into them for sure!
Megadeth, Metallica, Slayer and Testament. The real Big Four of thrash metal!



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I just listened to Invocator´s Dying to Live (1995) album again after not having listened to the album for many years. What a great tech thrash metal album! Anyone familiar with Invocator ( well besides you Time SigBig smile)?
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The Angry Scotsman says:

"It's funny, I love thrash metal and like to listen to bands from my home NJ and for some reason I just never got around to overkill"


Well...
ELIMINATION - E - L - I - M - I - N - A - T - I - O - N (one of the songs who still make me wanna play air guitar...)

HEAVY METAL TO THE BONE my friend
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Very democratic...
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How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it! 
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I am not a huge metal guy. I more of  a classic prog and rock fan but I do love these metal and prog metal bands very much:
Iron Maiden
Megadeth
Metallica
Voidvod
Dream Theater
Symphony x
Opeth
Pagan's mind
Never ending story
Nightwish
Rapsody
Riverside
Angra
Dreamscape
Pain Of salvation
Judas Priest
Guns and Roses
Enchant
zero hour
winds
watchtower
fate warning
VII Strada
Andromeda
Ark
Ayron
Dominic
Hourglass
Killing Touch
oSI
Sieges Even
Stratovarious
Tool
Vanden Plas
Circus maximus
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Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:

I am not a huge metal guy. I more of  a classic prog and rock fan but I do love these metal and prog metal bands very much:
. . .
I think that it!Approve


Darkisideof - You may like this Thread Big smile:
http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=26&PN=1

But absolutely love (I'd write comments next to all but I'm tired):
Iron Maiden
Megadeth
Metallica (up to "...And Justice for All)
Voidvod (Huge fan of "The Outer Limits" and earlier works)
Dream Theater (a fan since "WDADU" Smile . . . on LP!)
Symphony X
Opeth
Pagan's Mind
Nightwish (just now getting more into them and appreciating it more these days)
Riverside
Angra
Dreamscape
Pain Of Salvation
Judas Priest
Enchant (Such an underated and great Band!)
Zero Hour (Incredible!)
Winds
Watchtower (The Math Metal Pioneers along with "Cacophony")
Fates Warning (The Arch era as well-as Alder)
Andromeda (Been a fan since their 1st "printing" of the original debut with "Lawrence
Mackrory" on vocals Big smile)
Ark (My Fave "Jørn" Band)
Ayreon (Arjen is a genius! Love his other projects as well)
Dominici (Have been a fan of his since buying Dream Theaters "WDADU" on LP!)
Hourglass (Nice! Really cool band!)
OSI (Kevin, Matheos, Portnoy and Harrison have succesfully combined Radio Head
meets Dream Theater Tongue)
Sieges Even (Very sad they are not together anymore, but we have "Subsignal" Smile)
Tool
Vanden Plas
Circus Maximus
(The others you listed I am not familiar with but would like to check them out , G&R . . . I DONT
want to be familiar with LOL) Wink.


Again, forgive me everyone, for those who love these type of Bands, please checkout:
PrOgulus.com:
http://www.progulus.com/rprweb/playing.php
An ALL Request "Juke Box" driven Prog Rock/Metal Internet Radio Station out of Windsor
Colorado Big smile. Most of the bands listed above can be found there, and a TON of others.

Hmmm Ermm . . .
I need to find the time to add another List of Obscure Thrash Bands here and work on a Thread
for Technical-Thrash/Prog/Math Metal, maybe by 2013.
Originally posted by Jman Jman wrote:


How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it!

Oh and Sadus are pretty cool, I need to listen to their later albums but theyre debut is probably
one of the 1st Extreme Death Metal albums out there (keep in mind it debuted in 1990), called
"Swallowed in Black" :
Good Rid'nz -

Steve DiGiorgio playing his Fretless Bass is incredible!



Edited by MAVIIIVAM - 01 Sep 2010 at 10:33pm
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Originally posted by MAVIIIVAM MAVIIIVAM wrote:

Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:

I am not a huge metal guy. I more of  a classic prog and rock fan but I do love these metal and prog metal bands very much:
. . .
I think that it!Approve


Darkisideof - You may like this Thread Big smile:
http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=26&PN=1

But absolutely love (I'd write comments next to all but I'm tired):
Iron Maiden love all. the new is pure Maiden.
Megadeth some times I think that Megadeth is better than metallica.
Metallica (up to "...And Justice for All) until the black album.
Voidvod (Huge fan of "The Outer Limits" and earlier works) quiet fantastic prog metal band.
Dream Theater (a fan since "WDADU" Smile . . . on LP!)
Symphony X ( if you like powermetal don't miss this band. they are mix of rapsody with dream Theater)
Opeth ( this band is a must. One the best metal band will hear. in my opinion. they are quiet powerful and incredible)
Pagan's Mind. this band sometimes sounds comercially metal but they are quiet fantastic.
Nightwish (just now getting more into them and appreciating it more these days) it took a while to get into them but they are quiet original they stuff remains me of Ayron.
Riverside Riveside is quiet like Porcupine tree but heavier.
Angra ( powermetal from brazil)
Dreamscape ( similar to Dream Theater quiet fantastic new band.)
Pain Of Salvation ( this has to be one the greatest and quiet original prog metal band that  to my ears are the Pin FLoyd of Prog metal. don't skip this quiet amazing band.)
Judas Priest
Enchant (Such an underated and great Band!) yeah very underated.. quiet amazing vocalist.
Zero Hour (Incredible!) agree love their heavy and powerful sound.
Winds. ( winds are a very oscure and have a very clean prog metal sound mix with stings. quiet great.
Watchtower (The Math Metal Pioneers along with "Cacophony") to bad they only sereral albums if I am not mistaken.
Fates Warning (The Arch era as well-as Alder) LOVE this band so fucking much!!! great records and emotional vocals and lyrics.
Andromeda (Been a fan since their 1st "printing" of the original debut with "Lawrence
Mackrory" on vocals Big smile) great stuff..
Ark (My Fave "Jørn" Band) Yeah Jorn to me is the greatest  vocalist right now. And I thought mainard was. but Jorn is quiet breath taking.
Ayreon (Arjen is a genius! Love his other projects as well) agee!
Dominici (Have been a fan of his since buying Dream Theaters "WDADU" on LP!) great albums I think mike porney was wrong with  Dominic.
Hourglass (Nice! Really cool band!) I think this a project but what a fucking great album.
OSI (Kevin, Matheos, Portnoy and Harrison have succesfully combined Radio Head
meets Dream Theater Tongue) jajajajaj!!!!
Sieges Even (Very sad they are not together anymore, but we have "Subsignal" Smile) mand that is sad news that I didn't know I love their albums so much.
Tool ( if you dont know Tool? I would say stop reading this post and start looking for their album it is a must.
Vanden Plas ( this band are very much influence by Dream Theater great albums.
Circus Maximus I
(The others you listed I am not familiar with but would like to check them out , G&R . . . I DONT
want to be familiar with LOL) Wink.


Again, forgive me everyone, for those who love these type of Bands, please checkout:
PrOgulus.com:
http://www.progulus.com/rprweb/playing.php
An ALL Request "Juke Box" driven Prog Rock/Metal Internet Radio Station out of Windsor
Colorado Big smile. Most of the bands listed above can be found there, and a TON of others.

Hmmm Ermm . . .
I need to find the time to add another List of Obscure Thrash Bands here and work on a Thread
for Technical-Thrash/Prog/Math Metal, maybe by 2013.
Originally posted by Jman Jman wrote:


How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it!

Oh and Sadus are pretty cool, I need to listen to their later albums but theyre debut is probably
one of the 1st Extreme Death Metal albums out there (keep in mind it debuted in 1990), called
"Swallowed in Black" :
Good Rid'nz -

Steve DiGiorgio playing his Fretless Bass is incredible!


 thanks kiddo for the comments! you made smile.Big smile
We share the same thoughts. however I love metallica until The black album and I love all Dream Theater material.
If don't the rest I unrgelly recomend them highly!
Also check Porcupine Tree if you don't know yet and spock beards. these bands are more prog than metal but if you like enchant and sieges even you will enjoy them also check Knight area, Arena, Collage, Explostion In The Sky, WLP I don't want to overwell you. LOL did I just did? I will check you link thanks..
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Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:

Originally posted by MAVIIIVAM MAVIIIVAM wrote:

Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:

I am not a huge metal guy. I more of  a classic prog and rock fan but I do love these metal and prog metal bands very much:
. . .
I think that it!Approve


Darkisideof - You may like this Thread Big smile:
http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=26&PN=1

But absolutely love (I'd write comments next to all but I'm tired):
Iron Maiden love all. the new is pure Maiden.
Megadeth some times I think that Megadeth is better than metallica.
Metallica (up to "...And Justice for All) until the black album.
Voidvod (Huge fan of "The Outer Limits" and earlier works) quiet fantastic prog metal band.
Dream Theater (a fan since "WDADU" Smile . . . on LP!)
Symphony X ( if you like powermetal don't miss this band. they are mix of rapsody with dream Theater)
Opeth ( this band is a must. One the best metal band will hear. in my opinion. they are quiet powerful and incredible)
Pagan's Mind. this band sometimes sounds comercially metal but they are quiet fantastic.
Nightwish (just now getting more into them and appreciating it more these days) it took a while to get into them but they are quiet original they stuff remains me of Ayron.
Riverside Riveside is quiet like Porcupine tree but heavier.
Angra ( powermetal from brazil)
Dreamscape ( similar to Dream Theater quiet fantastic new band.)
Pain Of Salvation ( this has to be one the greatest and quiet original prog metal band that  to my ears are the Pin FLoyd of Prog metal. don't skip this quiet amazing band.)
Judas Priest
Enchant (Such an underated and great Band!) yeah very underated.. quiet amazing vocalist.
Zero Hour (Incredible!) agree love their heavy and powerful sound.
Winds. ( winds are a very oscure and have a very clean prog metal sound mix with stings. quiet great.
Watchtower (The Math Metal Pioneers along with "Cacophony") to bad they only sereral albums if I am not mistaken.
Fates Warning (The Arch era as well-as Alder) LOVE this band so fucking much!!! great records and emotional vocals and lyrics.
Andromeda (Been a fan since their 1st "printing" of the original debut with "Lawrence
Mackrory" on vocals Big smile) great stuff..
Ark (My Fave "Jørn" Band) Yeah Jorn to me is the greatest  vocalist right now. And I thought mainard was. but Jorn is quiet breath taking.
Ayreon (Arjen is a genius! Love his other projects as well) agee!
Dominici (Have been a fan of his since buying Dream Theaters "WDADU" on LP!) great albums I think mike porney was wrong with  Dominic.
Hourglass (Nice! Really cool band!) I think this a project but what a fucking great album.
OSI (Kevin, Matheos, Portnoy and Harrison have succesfully combined Radio Head
meets Dream Theater Tongue) jajajajaj!!!!
Sieges Even (Very sad they are not together anymore, but we have "Subsignal" Smile) mand that is sad news that I didn't know I love their albums so much.
Tool ( if you dont know Tool? I would say stop reading this post and start looking for their album it is a must.
Vanden Plas ( this band are very much influence by Dream Theater great albums.
Circus Maximus I
(The others you listed I am not familiar with but would like to check them out , G&R . . . I DONT
want to be familiar with LOL) Wink.


Again, forgive me everyone, for those who love these type of Bands, please checkout:
PrOgulus.com:
http://www.progulus.com/rprweb/playing.php
An ALL Request "Juke Box" driven Prog Rock/Metal Internet Radio Station out of Windsor
Colorado Big smile. Most of the bands listed above can be found there, and a TON of others.

Hmmm Ermm . . .
I need to find the time to add another List of Obscure Thrash Bands here and work on a Thread
for Technical-Thrash/Prog/Math Metal, maybe by 2013.
Originally posted by Jman Jman wrote:


How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it!

Oh and Sadus are pretty cool, I need to listen to their later albums but theyre debut is probably
one of the 1st Extreme Death Metal albums out there (keep in mind it debuted in 1990), called
"Swallowed in Black" :
Good Rid'nz -

Steve DiGiorgio playing his Fretless Bass is incredible!


 thanks kiddo for the comments! you made smile.Big smile
We share the same thoughts. however I love metallica until The black album and I love all Dream Theater material.
If don't the rest I unrgelly recomend them highly!
Also check Porcupine Tree if you don't know yet and spock beards. these bands are more prog than metal but if you like enchant and sieges even you will enjoy them also check Knight area, Arena, Collage, Explostion In The Sky, WLP I don't want to overwell you. LOL did I just did? I will check you link thanks..

thanks for the link.I love prog metal as much as progressive rock..
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Originally posted by J-Man J-Man wrote:

How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it! 
 
Swallowed in Black is a pretty awsome album. I even named my old death/ doom metal act after the song Last Abide (http://www.myspace.com/lastabide) from the album. I didn´t really enjoy A Vision too much back then but I will give it a re-listen before I write my review sometime in the future.
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 thanks kiddo for the comments! you made smile.Big smile
We share the same thoughts. however I love metallica until The black album and I love all Dream Theater material.
If don't the rest I unrgelly recomend them highly!
Also check Porcupine Tree if you don't know yet and spock beards. these bands are more prog than metal but if you like enchant and sieges even you will enjoy them also check Knight area, Arena, Collage, Explostion In The Sky, WLP I don't want to overwell you. LOL did I just did? I will check you link thanks..
thanks for the link.I love prog metal as much as progressive rock..


Sorry dont mean to go into a "Prog Tangent" but I need to hear "Collage, Explostions In
The Sky,
and WLP" as I see their albums at a cool little record Store in Claremont Ca.

My "collection" is quite extensive in Prog, Metal, Thrash and Death Metal so I've had many
"stages" in this music to enjoy Big smile and been around when all those genres were . . . *cough! . . .
invented (I'm 47) . . . so who are you callin' "Kiddo" LOL?

Originally posted by UMUR UMUR wrote:

Originally posted by J-Man J-Man wrote:

How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it! 
 
Swallowed in Black is a pretty awsome album. I even named my old death/ doom metal act after the song Last Abide (http://www.myspace.com/lastabide) from the album. I didn´t really enjoy A Vision too much back then but I will give it a re-listen before I write my review sometime in the future.


Thats weird, I thought the same when I had it, I may have to sample it on YOUtube to refresh
my memory.



Edited by MAVIIIVAM - 02 Sep 2010 at 2:26am
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Originally posted by MAVIIIVAM MAVIIIVAM wrote:

Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:


 thanks kiddo for the comments! you made smile.Big smile
We share the same thoughts. however I love metallica until The black album and I love all Dream Theater material.
If don't the rest I unrgelly recomend them highly!
Also check Porcupine Tree if you don't know yet and spock beards. these bands are more prog than metal but if you like enchant and sieges even you will enjoy them also check Knight area, Arena, Collage, Explosion In The Sky, WLP I don't want to overwell you. LOL did I just did? I will check you link thanks..
thanks for the link.I love prog metal as much as progressive rock..


Sorry dont mean to go into a "Prog Tangent" but I need to hear "Collage, Explostions In
The Sky,
and WLP" as I see their albums at a cool little record Store in Claremont Ca.

My "collection" is quite extensive in Prog, Metal, Thrash and Death Metal so I've had many
"stages" in this music to enjoy Big smile and been around when all those genres were . . . *cough! . . .
invented (I'm 47) . . . so who are you callin' "Kiddo" LOL?

Originally posted by UMUR UMUR wrote:

Originally posted by J-Man J-Man wrote:

How about Sadus? I've been listening to their album A Vision of Misery lately, and I absolutely love it! 
 
Swallowed in Black is a pretty awsome album. I even named my old death/ doom metal act after the song Last Abide (http://www.myspace.com/lastabide) from the album. I didn´t really enjoy A Vision too much back then but I will give it a re-listen before I write my review sometime in the future.


Thats weird, I thought the same when I had it, I may have to sample it on YOUtube to refresh
my memory.

jajajajajaja!!!!
I see you are even other than me! LOL
I assumed you were young because you didn't know some of those bands.. you know what happens when you assume. jajajaja!!!LOL
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tell us what you think of our Thrash Metal section on our Metal download site:

 did you seen my latest collage brother?
it gonna be MMA Banner.Big smile
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Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:

jajajajajaja!!!!
I see you are even older than me! LOL
I assumed you were young because you didn't know some of those bands.. you know what happens when you assume. jajajaja!!!LOL


Nononononono . . .
Hmm, thats what I thought, you mis-understood, the bands I put on my long list that I copied
from yours are the ones I have heard (In my collection and heard on PrOgulus) .

Your list is pretty much a staple at prOgulus.  I see and hear soo much obscure stuff there, I
now base my purchases on the "Album Covers" I recognize from bands I liked on the station
when I go to my fave music stores Big smile!
Or . . . I was into many of the Bands when they debuted from blind picks or reading Trade Mags
many years ago Smile.

The ones I have not heard I "left out" (hehe, you didnt notice the Bands not listed from your
original) . . .I'm confused now, is everyone else Tongue?

The bands I dont know are from your original List (well only 2):
Never ending story
VII Strada

and Guns and Bozos who I heard enough over the years, if I wanted sloppy Hard Rock, I'll take
any Aerosmith up to "Done with Mirrors", at-least they do right LOL.
But the Aerosmith of the last 15 years is all about sappy ballads that find its way to Movie
Soundtracks and Top40 radio, and "Lifestyle maintenence", not because they are hungry and
want to prove something . . . "Yesterdays gone, it went by, like dusk to dawn . . ."

But back to the THRASH topic Wink . . .



Edited by MAVIIIVAM - 11 Sep 2010 at 3:12pm
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Originally posted by MAVIIIVAM MAVIIIVAM wrote:

Originally posted by Darksideof Darksideof wrote:

jajajajajaja!!!!
I see you are even older than me! LOL
I assumed you were young because you didn't know some of those bands.. you know what happens when you assume. jajajaja!!!LOL


Nononononono . . .
Hmm, thats what I thought, you mis-understood, the bands I put on my long list that I copied
from yours are the ones I have heard (In my collection and heard on PrOgulus) .

Your list is pretty much a staple at prOgulus.  I see and hear soo much obscure stuff there, I
now base my purchases on the "Album Covers" I recognize from bands I liked on the station
when I go to my fave music stores Big smile!
Or . . . I was into many of the Bands when they debuted from blind picks or reading Trade Mags
many years ago Smile.

The ones I have not heard I "left out" (hehe, you didnt notice the Bands not listed from your
original) . . .I'm confused now, is everyone else Tongue?

The bands I dont know are from your original List (well only 2):
Never ending story
VII Strada

and Guns and Bozos who I heard enough over the years, if I wanted sloppy Hard Rock, I'll take
any Aerosmith up to "Done with Mirrors", at-least they do right LOL.


But back to the THRASH topic Wink . . .


Neverending story is project album by Sebastien Anborg from Light Of Nova. it real heavy istrumetal album He plays all the instruments.
VII Strada is  Italian prgmetal band that sings in Italian. real good stuff.
I have a real soft spot  for G&R first album. It was one the very first hard rock/metal albums that I really liked. Now they are a joke!
and Aerosmith has some real good songs but some that I real don't like at all.
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Just bought my first Testament album! 'The New Order', great guitar work. Rawks
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No mentions of Rigor Mortis yet? Their s/t is a surefire thrash essential:



Mike Scaccia is next only to Marty among my favourite thrash soloists.
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