Best modern thrash album



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Posted by selken, 09.09.2007 - 03:51
Well, what to say?, what's your fav among these?
Note that some of them are comeback albums
IMO the best is Exodus - Tempo of The Damned, the albums features great riffs and Steve Souza sings greatly.

Poll

Which modern thrash album do you like the most?

Other (Please specify)
32
Exodus - Tempo Of The Damned
25
Kreator - Violent Revolution
24
Slayer - Christ Illusion
16
Lamb Of God - Sacrament
11
Megadeth - The System Has Failed
6
Sodom - Sodom
6
Destruction - The Antichrist
5
Sepultura - Dante XXI
4

Total votes: 129
04.04.2011 - 00:57
Void Eater
Crunkcore Fan
This thread fails due to the lack of Overkill. After a dissapointing run of groovy albums, none of which are bad but lacking in comparison to their classics, they return with this thrashterpiece. With what is arguably Bobby Blit'z best vocal performance, a heavy as hell production emphazising bass legend D.D Verni's bass lines, and a neverending onslaught of riffs, this is a modern classic.

EDIT: Oh, this thread was started in 2007. That explains it.
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02.05.2011 - 04:21
Doom Trooper
Tempo Of the Damned for sure. Exodus are one of the few thrash bands that never changed for shit. Every album they release is awesome.
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02.05.2011 - 09:18
Yasmine
I don't like everything Exodus did, and that album had maybe 3 good tracks, Kreator for me.
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02.05.2011 - 19:48
Valentin B
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Other: Shovel Headed Kill Machine by Exodus in my opinion, closely followed by The System Has Failed(out of that list). the 2 albums are hardly comparable though, as SHKM is a goddamned BEAST. fast, brutal and heavy as hell, while System has way more mainstream appeal.

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20.05.2011 - 15:58
Razorback
Kreator - Violent Revolution
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23.11.2012 - 11:18
LichBorne
Exodus - The Atrocity Exhibition
hard n heavy
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23.11.2012 - 22:58
Lit.
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Well, all of those albums kind of suck, even the clear best Tempo of the Damned isn't that great.
The lack of Machine head is just fail, too.
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24.11.2012 - 00:26
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Tempo of the Damned without a doubt. Great album.
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24.11.2012 - 03:05
SuicidalCyco
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Out of these, either Christ Illusion or Violent Revolution.
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24.11.2012 - 05:05
Ace Frawley
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I went with Christ Illusion but I have to admit I haven't heard some of the others.
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24.11.2012 - 06:24
Guib
Thrash Talker
Considering the dates the albums in the First Post are from...
I'd say its between Toxic Holocaust's Evil Never Dies, Absu's Tara and Paradox's Collision Course.

And if I could go a bit after that It would be between... Municipal Waste's The Art Of Partying, Skeletonwitch's Breathing The Fire and Mekong Delta's Lurking Fear.
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27.01.2013 - 05:01
squidrick420
I said other: Deathhammer - Onward to the Pits. I just got this on vinyl recently and it kicks some major ass. They are a Norwegian band who plays a blackened thrash that is very reminiscent of first wave BM, but still is more thrash than anything. They also have some really interesting vocals.
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29.01.2014 - 17:58
Infernal Eternal
The Antichrist has kept the '80s feeling, in my opinion. Violent Revolution is pretty good, too.
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17.02.2017 - 13:13
nikarg
Everything Kreator have released after 2001. Also Vektor's Terminal Redux, which is the best thrash album since Rust In Peace.
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