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Band Name Mudface
Album Name Anti
Type Album
Data de lançamento 04 Fevereiro 2012
Labels Self-Released
Estilo de MúsicaThrash Heavy
Membros têm este álbum1


1. Anti Head Without Face
2. Killshot
3. Puppets of Wrong
4. Knuckles
5. Warbeast
6. 1969
7. Ghosts of Desolation
8. To Wander Where One Should Not

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Crítica @ GandhiEgo

27 Agosto 2012

Enjoyable modern Thrash Metal yet a bit too conventional...

The rebirth of Thrash Metal that occurred in the last few years has given rise to all kinds of more or less interesting bands. Some of them pay tribute to the old-school sound, some mix it with other genres, mainly Black Metal, and others give it a more modern twist.

Mudface falls into the latter category. Their Thrash Metal is well produced and clearly executed and those adept of a rawer kind of Thrash Metal with lo-fi production standards should stay away from Anti. Catchy choruses, headbangable riffing is what you would expect from the US based band. For the sake of comparison, please think more Death Angel (post-The Ultra-Violence) or Laaz Rockit. Add a few undercurrents of Testament and you should be all-set.

For the record, let’s say that a certain Pete Bostaph plays drums on this record and that he is the brother of another famous drummer (Paul Bostaph, in case I had to mention his name for noobs). Mudface also incorporated in its ranks guitarist Ted Aguilar now in Death Angel… maybe “explaining” the similarities in sound between both bands.

Replay value is ok if you like that kind of good modern and sometimes pop’ish (a la Alice in Chains) Thrash Metal. It kind of reminds of the style of Thrash Metal that once flourished in the late 80s on MTV’s Headbangers Ball. This is not particularly memorable but still is very much enjoyable if you like any of the aforementioned bands. And probably so because it lacks somehow in identity and is a bit too conventional.

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