Gama Bomb - Tales From The Grave In Space


7.9 | 89 votes |
Release date: 5 November 2009
Style: Thrash metal

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01. Slam Anthem
02. New Eliminators Of Atlantis B.C.
03. Three Witches
04. Last Ninjas Unite
05. Escape From Scarecrow Mountain
06. Mussolini Mosh
07. We Respect You
08. Apocalypse 1997
09. Return To Blood Castle
10. Polterghost
11. Skeletron
12. Mummy Invasion

Guest review by
Mr. Sizzle
Rating:
9.2
Right, so my first thoughts about this album is that releasing the album FOR FREE is very gutsy, and it looks like it worked in their favor to which I have to say kudos. Second, after listening to Citizen Brain, they're gonna have to put a good amount of ante into this album, and they did! They provided with every track amazing talent that seem almost unmatched. Of course in Gama Bomb fashion however, it's gotta sound good and it always comes out in a way that I can only be described as "Fun Thrash"; it puts a smile on your face and makes you wanna do something you really enjoy, only instead of a happy pop song you have a metal influence right by your side. I've done this before many times, and it works.

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published 17.10.2010 | Comments (2)

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01.02.2010 - 18:06
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Looks cool...
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forever bummed out
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07.03.2010 - 17:37
BudDa
"I robot, resisting arrest..stamping boot that keeps us oppressed"!!

This should have most certainly opened up the album as the Thrash/Slam Anthem!!
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Freeze! Step away from the hubris.
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04.12.2011 - 02:13
Rating: 9
JÄY
Metal slave
Oh dang! Speed metal! Perfect vocals....
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15.02.2013 - 02:27
scapeplan
Mouthcrab
We Respect You probably has the thrashiest lyrics ever.
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"Without judgement, perception would increase a million times."~Chuck Schuldiner

Less coherent than Anal Cunt.

Eric Brecht once liked my Facebook comment. Therefore, by the translative property, Chuck Schuldiner like my comment.
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31.05.2015 - 17:21
Rating: 7
musicalkaratekid
To me this is the band's best album by far, and that's probably because I think it's more concise than Gama Bomb's other albums. Just short enough to be enjoyed, and it doesn't overstay its welcome. Nothing out of the ordinary for this style of thrash either, but then that's exactly what Gama Bomb intended. Maybe.
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02.06.2015 - 01:21
Lit.
Account deleted
Always thought this was really meh compared to the awesome Citizen Brain, or even the slightly better Terror Tapes.
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