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Release date: 12 January 2011
Style: Thrash metal


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01. Into The Abyss (Intro)
02. Born For War
03. The Sound Of Violence
04. Code Black
05. Rest In Pieces
06. Godhead
07. Hatebox
08. Antitheist
09. Suicideology
10. End Of The Storm (Outro)
11. Bomber [Motörhead cover]

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Japan: January 12
Europe: January 28
USA: February 8

Recorded and mixed by Jacob Hansen at Hansen Studio in Ribe, Denmark.

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Onslaught have been a part of the early thrash era, and their previous albums bear signatures from hardcore punk accompanied with thrash and power sounds. The band paused their work by the end of the '80s until 2007's Killing Peace marked their comeback into the realm of thrash metal, a return that draws influence from the outlines of the thrash metal genre and delivers the outcome into a sharper and more definitive set.

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sorin - 10.08.2011 at 14:41  
Rating: 10 Awesome
NocturnalStalker - 11.11.2011 at 16:25  
Rating: 9 My favourite thrash album of this year. "Killing Peace" was a great album but this one is awesome.
NLthrasher - 29.12.2011 at 17:52  
  Probably the best thrash album of the year, the riffs and the groove are insane on this album.
They really nailed the right path here, I hope they will continue this path for now!
Ragdoll - 04.02.2012 at 07:51  
musicalkaratekid - 25.02.2012 at 23:51  
Rating: 9 The sound of a band forgetting about the 80's and laying down some seriously heavy riffs and memorable songs to follow. This is thrash metal to the extreme. Makes me proud to be british....Kinda;)
Lit. - 05.04.2012 at 06:56  
  Great ferocious sound. This may be their Tempo Of The Damned.
Misfit74 - 05.04.2012 at 07:53  
  This album is excellent. They were good live, too, after seeing them a couple weeks ago (for the first time). Certainly one of the better thrash albums I've heard in a long, long time. In fact, I've listened to this one more than any other thrash album that's come out the past 15 years probably, but that's mainly a function of growing out of thrash and into death metal, etc. I think this one is as good as any of Onslaught's prior works and better than a shit-ton of stuff out there. Well worth a pickup and listen.
indexqwest - 02.07.2015 at 00:45  
Rating: 10 That's the way I wanna....THRASH!

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