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Destruction - Thrash Anthems album mp3
Heavy Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal
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    Thrash Anthems
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    Heavy Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal
  • Date of release:
    January 23, 2007
  • Recording date:
    1984 - November, 2007
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  • Recording location:
    Cat Studios, Berlin, Germany
  • Size FLAC version
    1557 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1124 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1158 megabytes
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Thrash Anthems is a studio album released by thrash metal band Destruction in 2007. The album is a compilation of re-recordings of old songs and two new songs: "Deposition (Your Heads Will Roll)" and "Profanity".

Destruction ‎– Thrash Anthems. Label: AFM Records ‎– AFM 147-9. Thrash Anthems" was recorded in October/November 2006 at House Of Music Studios, Winterbach, Germany, and at Little Creek Studio, Gelterkinden, Switzerland. Mixed and mastered at Hansen Studios, Ribe, Denmark.

Thrash Anthems . 2007. Это первая реакция Старики Destruction сделали, в принципе, то же, что делают в это время многие заслуженные банды: отполировывают былые успешные номера, переиздают их, рубят бабки. Не так оригинально, как это сделали Anthrax на "The Greater Of Two Evils", но всё же возникает желание заглянуть в дедовскую коробку с граммофонными пластинками и проверить, а не завалялось ли там какого старинного винила Разрушения. Destruction просто переиграли старые боевики с новым звуком, сделав их ещё более убойными.

Thrash Anthems brings back that pure chaotic thrash styling with a modern twist. Destruction has never let the metal world down (if one forgets the Neo Destruction days) and Thrash Anthems really is a reminder that thrash metal is not a forgotten art form. Thrash Anthems is the perfect title for this release. This is a collection that includes most of Destruction’s best work (although a few songs I would consider classics aren’t included) and they are re-recorded with the newer Destruction sound that has been present since the reunion with Schmier. DESTRUCTION is set to release Thrash Anthems on January 23, 2007. The album’s title is fitting because many of the tracks could be considered some of Thrash’s best anthems. The forthcoming album is a reworking of the some of the band’s best material from the ‘80s or vocalist, Schmier’s first era.

Germany’s thrash giants sharpen up their bullet belts. Whether rerecording classics is a good thing or not depends on your preference for production styles but Destruction have kept true to the original feel of the songs and if you like modern crunch then it works well. Alabama 3 vow to complete tour in tribute to fallen frontman. Get nostalgic for the 90s with Machine Head in the new issue of Metal Hammer. The 10 best Max Cavalera albums.

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Destruction - Composer, Primary Artist
Christian Engler - Bass
Andre Grieder - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Jacob Hansen - Guest Artist, Mastering, Mixing, Soloist
Gerd Krenz - Engineer
Horst Muller - Engineer
V.O. Pulver - Engineer, Guest Artist, Soloist, Vocals (Background)
Marc Reign - Vocals (Background)
Marco Schirmer - Artwork
Mike Sifringer - Composer
Kalle Trapp - Engineer, Producer
Harry Wilkens - Guest Artist, Soloist, Vocals (Background)
Franky Winkelmann - Engineer, Vocals (Background)

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Bestial Invasion Destruction Destruction 4:37
2 Profanity Mike Sifringer Destruction 5:56
3 Release from Agony Destruction Destruction 4:35
4 Mad Butcher Destruction Destruction 3:44
5 Reject Emotions Destruction Destruction 5:51
6 Death Trap Destruction Destruction 4:52
7 Cracked Brain Destruction Destruction 3:45
8 Life Without Sense Destruction Destruction 6:21
9 Total Desaster Destruction Destruction 3:26
10 Deposition (Your Heads Will Roll) Mike Sifringer Destruction 5:11
11 Invincible Force Destruction Destruction 3:44
12 Sign of Fear Destruction Destruction 6:35
13 Tormentor Destruction Destruction 3:55
14 Unconscious Ruins Destruction Destruction 4:17
15 Curse the Gods Destruction Destruction 5:15

Thrash Anthems was released in 2006 which has Destruction recording new versions of some of their classic material from the early days. They have obviously improved their skills over the years and these songs get a revitalized treatment and they sound great, However, the original, raw versions still are the place to go if you had to choose. But fans will absolutely want to pick this album up. Thrash Anthems is a great showcase of their classic material with great playing and production. It is awesome. Was this review helpful to you
A collection of re-recordings of the band's old cuts and classic, with modern production and recording. Only for fanatics.