Unpopular Thrash Metal Bands
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MothandMoon
message posted the : Thursday 15 July 2010 - 16:52:40


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Registered the : 2010-07-15
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Hospital of Death

http://www.myspace.com/hospitalofdeath



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Xbox Live Gamertag SnakeBiteKiss
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JayBee
message posted the : Wednesday 04 August 2010 - 10:53:28


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Registered the : 2010-08-04
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NME
http://www.myspace.com/evilunholydeath

One of the best Bands ever.
Guitarist Kurt Stuebing killed his while on Drugs, because he think he was a robot and wants to open his mom, to see if she was a robot too!



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miniradman
message posted the : Wednesday 27 October 2010 - 11:58:17


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Registered the : 2010-08-23
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Almost Nobody has heard of Cold Hand Of Malice 0
 
http://www.myspace.com/coldhandofmalice


I remember having fun once, it was terrible...
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Mercenarion
message posted the : Tuesday 23 November 2010 - 02:38:53


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Registered the : 2010-06-14
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The band Hevein. They use a cello and a violin in their work.

And the band Resolution15 does not use guitars at all. They use electric violins. And the good thing is that it actually sounds good. These guys are hard to find though.


Last.fm: Mercenarion
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DoomMetalPrincess
message posted the : Sunday 09 January 2011 - 17:28:43


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Registered the : 2011-01-03
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I would say Skeletonwitch and Evile, but I think they're pretty popular.

Same with Toxic Holocaust.

:l


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refractorhead
message posted the : Wednesday 19 January 2011 - 05:36:06


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Registered the : 2010-12-24
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The Crucified

once dead

Living Sacrifice

Tourniquet



I AM GRANDFATHER METAL!!!
and I cant wait to buy Slayers "50 years of AGGRESSION"
...when it comes out in 2030.
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Skullripper
message posted the : Sunday 23 January 2011 - 18:20:34

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Registered the : 2011-01-23
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hey in think that you know a lot of Thrash Metal

i Wish what you can check out our material

we are recording the new album right now

my english sucks :S hahah cheers from mexico

stay heavy

http://www.youtube.com/user/destroyermetalprod#p/u/3/bXhA1O0Wof4


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Loudpipes
message posted the : Thursday 10 February 2011 - 03:17:46


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Registered the : 2010-11-27
Messages: 278

Couple here:
 
-Slaughter Lord: These guys were actually one of the first Thrash Metal bands to be around in Australia, and while they never recorded a proper full length, their Thrash 'Till Death 86-87 compilation showcases them. The band played a really Brutal and Ruthless style of Thrash Metal - imagine Kreator sometime between their first two albums, but with very early Bathory and Slayer influence and you might have a idea about what this band sounds like. The riffwork on this is absolutely punishing and ferocious, and the songs, while sloppily constructed at times, are actually fairly well done. Drumming is a mix between the classic thrash style and blast-beats, and the vocalist is a dead ringer for Mille Petrozza.
 
Highly recommended that if you're a Thrash Metal fan that you get this comp... a bit of warning, the production is REALLY rough.
 
-DBC: this band was a Crossover thrash group from Quebec. Their debut, Dead Brain Cells, features some suprisingly Adept and Vicious Crossover thrash, with the punk-isms in full effect with the tearing riffs, but the band also utilizes a melodic, brooding riffing style that really works as a counterpoint to the blistering album. This is generally pretty fast, although they know how to lay off the gas here and there. Definitely an underrated band.
 
-Chakal: a monster brazillian thrash Squad, Chakal on their debut took a similar route that Sepultura paved with their Schizophrenia album: a record that is technically Adept, but doesn't lose the Insane viciousness that the Brazillians are so good at. Abominable Anno Domini is a great album, with some outstanding songs that are filled with some absolutely Killer riffs and suprisingly good lead guitar work. The vocalist actually reminds me of Martin Van Drunen during Pestilence's thrash era, and the drumming is very proficient. Just a very well done, heavy as a motherfuck Thrash Metal album... you can Trust the Brazillans to lay Down some frantic material.


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Metalman1970
message posted the : Tuesday 22 February 2011 - 03:30:11


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Registered the : 2011-02-21
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I would like to Add Mortifier here, These guys are local here and im good friends with them and they really put on a great show. Working On a Second full length album.
Here is their Facebook link
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Mortifier/367762065518



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megadethforlife
message posted the : Friday 25 February 2011 - 17:10:24


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Registered the : 2010-02-24
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All 80's Thrash bands
 
Target from Belgium
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsppdFHnUQs
 
Arakain from the Republic of Czech
 
Juggernaut from the US
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrCZR_YIuT8
 
Living Death from Germany
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA4-U6M6ggs
 
Toranaga from the UK
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSu6kFWZQX8&feature=related
 
Infernal Majesty from Canada
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg-zrpUThQI
 
Morbid Saint from the US
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14btYfUBpoI
 
Demolition Hammer from the US
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOIxuawdVLA
 
 
Really all I can think of right now.
Thrash Til Death!


Thrash Til Bloody Dismembered Death!
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