The more I listen to Thrash metal... and the more I like it. Some of you might think I would get bored of it at some point, or that I would run out of new releases or bands. Well no, it ain't happening. For those of you who don't know my list, basically it's a big encyclopedia of Thrash releases worth listening to, its some kind of searching tool... I know it might look exhaustive but after many user's complaints I decided to add this guide so here are few tricks to browse it efficiently.
- Browsing My List - A How To Guide -
First of all, albums are ordered by years of release so if you don't like modern thrash metal (Resurgence and/or Revivalists) just don't go past Meshuggah's ''Destroy Erase Improve'' album, it pretty much draws the line between old school and modern thrash in the list.
Also, I've added every single album's thrash style. So if you like Death, Crossover, Prog, Tech, Power, Black, Grind and even Groove Thrash.. it's all there suit yourself.
Now that you know this, if you found a band that you like very much and can't stand searching for other albums of that band that I might have suggested because the list is too goddamn long and it fucks your brain up, don't panic. Hit Ctrl + F, and write the band's name in the created box (under the browser's search bar), then click NEXT, NEXT (...) to jump from one album to the other. Simple ain't it?
Lastly, albums with a ''★'' after the genre's description represents albums that I consider as being classics of the genre, no I am not the all mighty reference guru in Thrash Metal, yes I do know alot and yes it is possible for you to disagree with me on that matter. I do hope that this little guide did help you and if not, press Alt + F4, in order to gtfo. Have fun.
P.S. Feel free to recommend me new thrash please.
I do accept PMS but you can suggest here aswell
Also check Daggon's List here: A Quick Guide For Thrash Metal, Sex and Tacos!
October, 9, 2013