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Release date: 20 April 2007
Style: Thrash metal

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8.5 | 104 votes

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01. Last Breath
02. Thou Shall Not Fear
03. Damnation For The Weak
04. Absolute Power
05. The Onslaught Pt. 1 - Revolution
06. The Onslaught Pt. 2 - Rebirth
07. Lust
08. Forged In Blood
09. Every Word Unheard
10. Who I Really Am

Lyrics (10)


Additional info
The album was re-released internationally by Metal Blade Records under the name Lazarus A.D. on March 3, 2009. It was also completely remixed and remastered by James Murphy.

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Reza - 29.08.2010 at 11:17  
  Awesome Album
XooKi3 - 03.11.2010 at 07:00  
Rating: 10 Thats an understatement!:metal:
Destructo - 01.02.2011 at 19:07  
Rating: 9 This really is as the album title suggests - an ONSLAUGHT. Hugely enjoyable. I'm very impressed with this album.
Kubina91 - 19.02.2011 at 21:52  
  THRASH OR DIE
Boxcar Willy - 19.04.2011 at 18:36  
  Seems like a boss album!
Void Eater - 20.04.2011 at 08:32  
  Good album, good band. One of the first metal albums I got into. Good live band also.
imspazzen - 07.06.2011 at 04:58  
Rating: 5 Boring. A few decent riffs though.
Haiwaan Das - 11.01.2012 at 17:21  
  New School Of Thrash Metal. Good Release.
deadone - 04.08.2014 at 07:32  
  I love the punchy, aggressive delivery but the song writing is a bit average.
TrueMetalJope - 25.07.2015 at 20:59  
Rating: 6 The performance is ok, but this sounds like most generic thrash ever. Beside that, I agree that the song writing is lacking, songs are predictable, some riffs are good but nothing special. IMO there are too many thrash bands on this same direction nowadays.
Lit. - 25.07.2015 at 21:50  
  Wow, this one thrash album from 2007 sounds more interesting and creative than most of the originals from the 80s.
deadone - 26.07.2015 at 01:59  
 
Written by TrueMetalJope on 25.07.2015 at 20:59

IMO there are too many thrash bands on this same direction nowadays.



I think the issue is that they're mainly glorified tribute acts who focus on what it means to be a thrash band a opposed to a band playing music that is simply the sign of the times and evolving as time goes on.

The influences are all wrong too - classic thrash acts were often influenced by NWOBHM, punk and hardcore, rock n roll, AOR etc, all of which crept into song writing in one way or another. The modern rethrash mob seem only influenced by thrash and then only thrash at a certain point (usually 1980s Exodus) and ignoring the wild ride that occurred with the genre in late 1980s/early 1990s.

In essence they're shoving thrash into a form of stasis bound by extremely limited parameters.

End result: unoriginal music, cliched song writing, no real stand outs. The older bands like Death Angel or Testament or occasionally Overkill still do a far better job cause they're not bound by self imposed genre constraints.
TrueMetalJope - 26.07.2015 at 13:47  
Rating: 6
Written by deadone on 26.07.2015 at 01:59

Written by TrueMetalJope on 25.07.2015 at 20:59

IMO there are too many thrash bands on this same direction nowadays.



I think the issue is that they're mainly glorified tribute acts who focus on what it means to be a thrash band a opposed to a band playing music that is simply the sign of the times and evolving as time goes on.

The influences are all wrong too - classic thrash acts were often influenced by NWOBHM, punk and hardcore, rock n roll, AOR etc, all of which crept into song writing in one way or another. The modern rethrash mob seem only influenced by thrash and then only thrash at a certain point (usually 1980s Exodus) and ignoring the wild ride that occurred with the genre in late 1980s/early 1990s.

In essence they're shoving thrash into a form of stasis bound by extremely limited parameters.

End result: unoriginal music, cliched song writing, no real stand outs. The older bands like Death Angel or Testament or occasionally Overkill still do a far better job cause they're not bound by self imposed genre constraints.


Agree about unoriginality, clichés. Well, some newer bands can deliver stand out albums/songs I think Vektor, Havok, newer Angelus Apatrida, Violator and occasionally Suicidal Angels, to name a few, have done it. I have no problem with bands doing the retro thrash thing as long as quality is there. Thrash will always somewhat be the same, with slightly different riffs and vocals, but as far as I'm concerned they can do the "same thing" a-thousand-and-one times if it keeps me headbanging and mosh-pit going.

To comment on this specific album more thoroughly, I feel that the Pantera influenced bands (I think Lazarus A.D. belongs here too) seem to fall short on most occasions.

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