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Impalers – Prepare For War EP

Unrelenting, unstoppable and unbeatable, Danish thrash outfit Impalers have produced a solid classic with ‘Prepare For War’, out now through Evil Eye Records. With two original tracks allied with covers of two timeless classics from Mötorhead and Sodom, Impalers have struck a perfect balance to accompany their full-length record ‘God …

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Dr. Living Dead – Crush the Sublime Gods (Century Media)

The most striking thing about this band is the fact they are not American. Formed in Sweden in 2007 the band have taken aspects of all the different scenes within the USA from the 80s, mashed them together to come up with a fun and vicious record. Throughout this album …

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Die No More-Elected Evil cd

Finally I have the time to review the debut album from Penrith based metal band Die No More. (You really do not want to know the amount of cd’s I have on my desk for review ) It has been quite a journey for these guys, having changed the band’s …

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Psykosis are going to rip Bloodstock a new one

PlanetMosh recently had a chat with Irish Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses winners Psykosis about their upcoming show at our favourite festival. Here is what the lead contender for “Sexiest Drummer at Bloodstock”, Shane (The Sugar Foot) Byrne had to say. Can you give the readers and people heading to …

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Nunslaughter – Angelic Dread (Hells Headbangers)

Nunslaughter are  a 7” single releasing machine, collectors of this band must be driven to drink trying to keep up with their release schedule. At last count they had 138 different releases since 1987. This is only their 4th full length release which is a double album made up of …

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Exmortus Interview for PlanetMosh, April 2014

Following successful North American back-to-back tours with Dark Tranquillity and Lich King, California’s young “powershred” foursome Exmortus decided to have a wee chat with PlanetMosh. Summarizing Slave to the Sword, these ten tracks have a thrash metal backbone, abrasive or ‘harsh’ vocals, and every song is packed to the hilt …

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Nervosa – Interview

I had the great pleasure of corresponding with new Brazilian all female Thrash outfit Nervosa and we talked about their debut album, day to day life in Nervosa, plans of touring Europe, their reaction on getting signed by Napalm and a few other things along the way…… When founding Nervosa …

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Nervosa – Victim Of Yourself

First of all an introduction as I am sure there may well be a few people out there who are unfamiliar with Nervosa, well Nervosa are a three piece all female Trash metal outfit hailing from Brazil. Fernanda Lira takes the vocal and bass duties with Prika Amaral on guitars …

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DripBack – Failed Futures

@planetmosh reviews Failed Futures by .@DripBack DripBack’s debut album Failed Futures feels like a punishment, but one from which you gain a narcissistic pleasure. It is a relentless onslaught of riffs, drum thrashing, thunderous bass and lyrics that at times appear to be being metaphorically, if not literally, spat into …

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Sworn Amongst/Awaken Dominion/Katabolisis/By Conquest Or Consent/All The Kings Ashes – Voodoo, Belfast – 10/10/13

Belfast’s Voodoo has had some great nights of Metal since its opening and tonight’s line-up promised to dish out yet more metal mastery. Eventually after getting tuned, relatively new local band All The Kings Ashes opened proceedings with an energetic performance with all but the drummer spending some time in the …

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Alea Jacta – The Empire Will Fall

Apparently Alea Jacta have been on the go since 1994 according to their Facebook page and hail from the sunny isle of Tenerife. With the island better known for its holiday beats than metal, the band have been trying to rectify this over the years locally with their own brand …

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Toxic Holocaust – From the Ashes of Nuclear Destruction (Relapse)

Toxic Holocaust formed in 1999 in the USA originally as a one man project in the shape of Joel Grind. The band were picked up on their third album by Relapse and to date have released four lps, four eps and contributed more tracks to splits and compilations that collecting …

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Lost Society – Fast Loud Death

“Our debut album will be an old-school thrash oriented one that’ll surely leave a lasting impression”. Bold, impetuous, some may even say foolhardy, immodest, cocky, precocious… these are words that spring to mind when you read that statement above from Lost Society’s frontman Samy Elbanna when they penned a deal …

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Alter Self – Seven Deadly Blessings

Greek band Alter Self haven’t had an easy life since their inception in 2007, with multiple line-ups and military obligations getting in the way since their initial self-funded EP release in 2009. Seven Deadly Blessings is their first full album release and gives them a proper chance to show just …

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SCORNAGE – An interview with the German Thrash Metalers.

Planetmosh caught up with vocalist Guido Grawe of German Thrash Metal bad boys Scornage to talk about the bands history, current album ‘ReFEARance’ and much more.   Welcome to Planetmosh guys. Firstly, let’s go all the way back to the beginning of the bands history, how did it all start? …

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SCORNAGE – ‘ReaFEARance’

Formed way back in the shadowy depths of 1998, a full 12 months before Prince started partying like it was.. well you know, Scornage surfaced with their full blooded razor sharp brand of killer Thrash ,that up until now has spawned three deservedly well received albums, the latest of which, …

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NEURASTHENIA , the Italian Thrash Metal giants interviewed.

Planetmosh tracked down Lehmann, bass player and founding member of Italian Thrashers Neurasthenia to get the low down on the bands history, the decision to re work old tracks for the new album, and the bands future plans.     Firstly, hello, ciao, and welcome to Planetmosh. I’d like to …

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NEURASTHENIA – “Possessed By Your Omen”

Italian Thrash Metal kings rework past classics for a storming, riotous new album. Formed in 2004, from the ashes of Animalator, the band have been around for some time now, scoring really good reviews for their live shows and their album releases. And indeed it is to two of those …

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Ektomorf – ‘Black Flag’

Following their dalliance in the unplugged arena, with the highly imaginatively named ‘The Acoustic’ project earlier this year, Hungarian neo-thrashers Ektomorf have plugged their funny shaped geetars back into their Marshall stacks and turned the volume back up to 11 for this, their ninth studio album. Having built a reputation …

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