Testament - Brotherhood Of The Snake



8.3 | 424 votes |
Release date: 28 October 2016
Style: Bay Area thrash metal

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01. Brotherhood Of The Snake
02. The Pale King
03. Stronghold
04. Seven Seals
05. Born In A Rut
06. Centuries Of Suffering
07. Black Jack
08. Neptune's Spear
09. Canna-Business
10. The Number Game

Line-up
Chuck Billy - vocals
Eric Peterson - guitars
Alex Skolnick - guitars
Gene Hoglan - drums
Steve DiGiorgio - bass

Additional info
Label: Nuclear Blast Records.

Guest review by
Shamppy
Rating:
8.3
We typically associate the job of producer with the overall sound quality of an album. When things sound crisp and clean, we praise the album's "production values". However, that's not the sole role of a competent producer; if it were, then a sound engineer to mix the album would suffice. The real job these guys have is to have good taste and to help the band and their songs be the best versions of themselves. Producers help with musical structure, song selection, track list order, and, in some cases, they go as far as to change musical segments entirely.

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19.03.2017 - 18:43
Toxik
Written by tea[m]ster on 19.03.2017 at 18:39

Written by Toxik on 14.03.2017 at 23:44

I am the only who prefers Testament post- The Gathering to the classics (altough The Legacy is amazing)?

Nothing will ever compare to their first 3 albums - some of my favorite thrash albums of all time.
Well, I like a lot The Legacy but I never really got into The New Order And PWYP...
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19.03.2017 - 18:48
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal
Written by Toxik on 19.03.2017 at 18:43

Well, I like a lot The Legacy but I never really got into The New Order And PWYP...

Oh man. Get on them. So great!!
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12.04.2018 - 01:31
Rating: 10
TreyWeddle
In all honesty, I think Testament and Exodus should be apart of the big four. I love Megadeth and Anthrax, but Testament and Exodus's new albums are so much better than either of their new albums. I loved Brotherhood of the Snake so much more than Dystopia & For All Kings. This one had me headbanging nearly the whole way through. Great job Testament!
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12.04.2018 - 10:28
Rating: 8
Daniell
_爱情_
Written by TreyWeddle on 12.04.2018 at 01:31

In all honesty, I think Testament and Exodus should be apart of the big four. I love Megadeth and Anthrax, but Testament and Exodus's new albums are so much better than either of their new albums. I loved Brotherhood of the Snake so much more than Dystopia & For All Kings. This one had me headbanging nearly the whole way through. Great job Testament!

Years pass, seasons change, but people still misunderstand the concept of "Big Four". It's never been about music quality, but about record sales.
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16.04.2018 - 18:12
Rating: 10
TreyWeddle
Written by Daniell on 12.04.2018 at 10:28

Written by TreyWeddle on 12.04.2018 at 01:31

In all honesty, I think Testament and Exodus should be apart of the big four. I love Megadeth and Anthrax, but Testament and Exodus's new albums are so much better than either of their new albums. I loved Brotherhood of the Snake so much more than Dystopia & For All Kings. This one had me headbanging nearly the whole way through. Great job Testament!

Years pass, seasons change, but people still misunderstand the concept of "Big Four". It's never been about music quality, but about record sales.

Unfortunately you're right. Oh well, at least Testament & Exodus are still around for us to jam out to, eh?
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26.11.2018 - 17:26
Rating: 10
Vikcen
Metálico
For me this album is one of the best of their career, at the same level to discs like The Legacy or The Gathering, thrash metal at its best
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24.03.2019 - 14:57
Rating: 5
Maasai Mara
James Hetfield can sing.. Load, Reload.. I wear my heart on a sleeve, I was born to loose,The day I die, no tears be cried.. The only feeling this album inspires are thoughts of when will it fuckin end..
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