Destruction - The Antichrist


8.4 | 246 votes |
Release date: 2001
Style: Teutonic thrash metal

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01. Days Of Confusion
02. Thrash 'Til Death
03. Nailed To The Cross
04. Dictators Of Cruelty
05. Bullets From Hell
06. Strangulated Pride
07. Meet Your Destiny
08. Creations Of The Underworld
09. Godfather Of Slander
10. Let Your Mind Rot
11. The Heretic
12. Fuck The U.S.A. [Exploited cover] [Japanese bonus]

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31.07.2012 - 10:02
Void Eater
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I listened to this for the first time today. Holy fucking riffage, this is a monster. Ironbound, The Legacy, Peace Sells, Horrorscope, and World Circus better watch out, because this album may be better than any of them. Where the fuck did all these riffs come from? And the vocals are fucking vicious and put just about every other harsh thrash vocalist to shame.
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31.07.2012 - 21:57
Angelic Storm
Melodious
This is quite possibly Destruction's finest hour! There's so many great songs and huge riffs on here, it's simply a masterclass in thrash. And since the moment I first heard it, "Nailed To The Cross" became to me one of thrash metal's greatest anthems. An absolute monster of a song, with piledriving riffs, and such a memorable chorus.
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08.05.2013 - 23:19
Rating: 9
Rsrdaman
This is by far my favorite album by Destruction. "Thrash til Death" is simply an amazing kick-ass song, as is "Nailed to the Cross". The harsh vocals, guitars, and slamming drums make this alum great. Surprised the score isn't higher.
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19.02.2014 - 22:02
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
Eccentric album from the band, and yet another one which proves them to be among the best veteran thrash groups out there. It's a bit better than the band's previous album, if only because no song is really inconsistent. Vocals here are also maniacal and twisted as always, making the record sound evil and intense as a whole.
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21.02.2014 - 03:57
Lit.
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Dude, this is savage, and already better than anything they put out in the 80s.
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06.03.2014 - 17:38
Rating: 5
pkillerjp
Over rated ! Throw a bunch of cool (corny) sounding song titles together, repeat simple minded choruses a 100 times, generic riffs, over produced, sub par vocalist. Their early stuff was ok, mostly because of some really cool riff writing, but this is just silly.
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06.03.2014 - 19:03
Lit.
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Written by pkillerjp on 06.03.2014 at 17:38

Over rated ! Throw a bunch of cool (corny) sounding song titles together, repeat simple minded choruses a 100 times, generic riffs, over produced, sub par vocalist. Their early stuff was ok, mostly because of some really cool riff writing, but this is just silly.

No. Just... no.
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28.06.2014 - 10:51
Rating: 9
Rsrdaman
By far my favorite Destruction Album. Killer vocals and killer riffs. Harsh, raw, thrash metal at its finest.
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17.03.2015 - 22:52
pipis
Best album of destructionnnnn:banger2:
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01.06.2019 - 18:02
Rating: 8
ManiacBlasphemer
Black Knight
Great album, but not the best. If this was released in 1988 for example, it would've been average. But since it was released in the 2000s, when most classic thrash bands lost their inspiration and creativity, dishing out albums based on inertia, this is considered a masterpiece. Well written, great production, occasionally a good riff and melody. Consistency is its forte.

The band's 80s albums are still the best. Nothing gets close to Infernal Overkill and Eternal Devastation (third album is also good, but different).
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07.08.2019 - 19:46
Seba Raven Rock
Brutal album
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