Onslaught - New Album Title Announced


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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14.08.2010 - 20:48
vezzy
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As always, Onslaught have no idea how to name an album.
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14.08.2010 - 20:57
Angelic Storm
Melodious
Sounds like the potential title of an upcoming Exodus compilation album.
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15.08.2010 - 00:46
Novas
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
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15.08.2010 - 17:44
vezzy
Stallmanite
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).
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18.08.2010 - 05:03
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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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