10 Thrash Metal Albums You Probably Haven't Listened To And Should Definitely Check Out


Created by: AtrumHiberna | 04.08.2013



1. Harter Attack - Human Hell (1989)
2. Gammacide - Victims of Science (1989)
3. Kat - Oddech Wymarlych Swiatów (1988)
4. Ulysses Siren - Above the Ashes (2003)
5. Infernäl Mäjesty - None Shall Defy (1987)
6. Num Skull - Ritually Abused (1988)
7. Devastation - Idolatry (1991)
8. Blood Feast - Kill For Pleasure (1987)
9. Pyracanda - Two Sides of a Coin (1990)
10. Slammer - The Work of Idle Hands (1989)



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05.08.2013 - 16:59
thrash4life75
I listen to most of it good list i have infernal majesty blood feast num skull devastation on my mp3 and slammer awesome uk band
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05.08.2013 - 17:22
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Just mentioning Ulysses Siren is worth the thumbs up even though that one is a compilation of their two demos. Infernal Majesty - None Shall Defy is a cult classic. The Harter Attack album is really fun.
Slammer's album is very mediocre and typifies everything that was and still is wrong with thrash from the UK.
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05.08.2013 - 18:07
AtrumHiberna
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:22

Just mentioning Ulysses Siren is worth the thumbs up even though that one is a compilation of their two demos. Infernal Majesty - None Shall Defy is a cult classic. The Harter Attack album is really fun.
Slammer's album is very mediocre and typifies everything that was and still is wrong with thrash from the UK.

Yeh, I know it's a compilation but since they don't have an actual album I included this one.
I discovered Harter Attack just last year and I was quite surprised that there are still albums like Human Hell that I haven't listened to yet.
Well, UK isn't famous for its thrash metal scene for sure, but I find the first Slammer a quite enjoyable album.
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05.08.2013 - 18:10
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by AtrumHiberna on 05.08.2013 at 18:07

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:22

Just mentioning Ulysses Siren is worth the thumbs up even though that one is a compilation of their two demos. Infernal Majesty - None Shall Defy is a cult classic. The Harter Attack album is really fun.
Slammer's album is very mediocre and typifies everything that was and still is wrong with thrash from the UK.

Yeh, I know it's a compilation but since they don't have an actual album I included this one.
I discovered Harter Attack just last year and I was quite surprised that there are still albums like Human Hell that I haven't listened to yet.
Well, UK isn't famous for its thrash metal scene for sure, but I find the first Slammer a quite enjoyable album.


the first two Sabbat albums and Onslaught - The Force are imo the only two UK thrash albums worth their salt. And also the first Skycald album although that s a thrash and folk hybrid.
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Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
Dawn Crosby (r.i.p.)
05.04.1963 - 15.12.1996

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05.08.2013 - 19:03
AtrumHiberna
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 18:10

Written by AtrumHiberna on 05.08.2013 at 18:07

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:22

Just mentioning Ulysses Siren is worth the thumbs up even though that one is a compilation of their two demos. Infernal Majesty - None Shall Defy is a cult classic. The Harter Attack album is really fun.
Slammer's album is very mediocre and typifies everything that was and still is wrong with thrash from the UK.

Yeh, I know it's a compilation but since they don't have an actual album I included this one.
I discovered Harter Attack just last year and I was quite surprised that there are still albums like Human Hell that I haven't listened to yet.
Well, UK isn't famous for its thrash metal scene for sure, but I find the first Slammer a quite enjoyable album.


the first two Sabbat albums and Onslaught - The Force are imo the only two UK thrash albums worth their salt. And also the first Skycald album although that s a thrash and folk hybrid.

I haven't heard anything from Skyclad before but I agrree on the other ones. Don't forget Shattered Existence from Xentrix as well
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05.08.2013 - 19:05
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by AtrumHiberna on 05.08.2013 at 19:03

Don't forget Shattered Existence from Xentrix as well


Standard wannabe sound like Metallica thrash. Only interesting thing they ever recorded was their cover of the Ghostbusters film title song.
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Member of the true crusade against European Flower Metal

Yesterday is dead and gone, tomorrow is out of sight
Dawn Crosby (r.i.p.)
05.04.1963 - 15.12.1996

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02.07.2014 - 23:25
Guib
Thrash Talker
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 19:05

Written by AtrumHiberna on 05.08.2013 at 19:03

Don't forget Shattered Existence from Xentrix as well


Standard wannabe sound like Metallica thrash. Only interesting thing they ever recorded was their cover of the Ghostbusters film title song.


I disagree on so many levels, but w/e
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