Onslaught have set Sounds Of Violence as the title of their fifth album, due for worldwide release later this year via Germany's AFM Records.

Commented Onslaught guitarist Nige Rockett: "Sounds of Violence is a very fitting title for the new recording. Musically and lyrically, this is definitely the most brutal and intense Onslaught album to date. It's full of machine-gun riffs, ferocious drum patterns and some pretty fucked up lyrical content.

This album was never meant to be pretty. It's not a concept album by any measure but there's a definite theme to the whole package, right through from the sleeve design to the music and onto the words;, it's violence all the way. There's a lot of hate in Sounds of Violence and a whole lot of reality in there, too, much of it straight from the heart."

As previously reported, the follow-up to 2007's Killing Peace will be recorded and mixed at Hansen Studio in Ribe, Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen, starting on August 16th. An audio sample of the pre-production of the song "Born For War" can be heard at the band's MySpace profile.


Source: cbbm.dk
Band profile: Onslaught
 
Posted: 14.08.2010 by VezzyRattlehead



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vezzy - 14.08.2010 at 20:48  
As always, Onslaught have no idea how to name an album.
Angelic Storm - 14.08.2010 at 20:57  
Sounds like the potential title of an upcoming Exodus compilation album.
Novas - 15.08.2010 at 00:46  
Hell yea ! Killing Peace was perfect
"Born to War" sounded bad ass just like "Burn" from their previous album..its gonna b a sick album

their 80's album were just bad considering they were mostly crossover thrash..

but the dudes vocals matured & hes one of my fav thrash singers
vezzy - 15.08.2010 at 17:44  
Written by Novas on 15.08.2010 at 00:46
their 80's album were just bad considering they were mostly crossover thrash...


I beg to differ. Sure, they weren't amazing, but they were decent thrash albums (except In Search Of Sanity).
Novas - 18.08.2010 at 05:03  
Written by vezzy on 15.08.2010 at 17:44

Written by Novas on 15.08.2010 at 00:46
their 80's album were just bad considering they were mostly crossover thrash...


I beg to differ. Sure, they weren't amazing, but they were decent thrash albums (except In Search Of Sanity).


"ISOS" was their worse, went totally punk just about, i hate punk. Their debut was crossover thrash & i dont like that blend sometimes. But "The Forces" was a decent album, all thrash

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