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Thrash Magazine is Back!

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Thrash Magazine has been sitting idol all to long, but it is time to resurrect us from the ashes. I took a rather small long paternity break from Thrash Magazine with the birth of my wife and I’s twins, but I can’t stay away from metal this long! We are streamlining the …

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10 Best Metal & Hardcore Albums of 2014

Trap Them – Blissfucker

2014 had a lot of solid music come out of it. It also had a lot of bands making solid comebacks. From metal to hardcore to punk, this was a great year for the overall genre. Yes, in still churned out the shit, but let’s focus on some of the …

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Mekong Delta “Intersections”

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Intersections is the latest offering from the German progressive thrash band Mekong Delta. Formed in the mid 80’s Mekong have been around for quite awhile now. Intersections is a new effort of old songs, all re-recorded with the current Mekong Delta line-up. This line-up is what consisted on the excellent …

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The Beautiful Women of Metal

Beautiful Women of Metal

This post is to just showcase some of the musically talented, beautiful women of the metal community. Its too few and far between where bands have women front and center, so below are some great guitarists, bassists, keyboardists and vocalists from across the world. This post will be maintained and …

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Musicians Against Piracy

Piracy Its a Crime

I will preface this article with a simple disclaimer: Thrash Magazine does not support/condone or recommend illegally downloading music. Thrash Magazine is also not going to tell you how. But since crap like SOPA/PIPA is around, I feel the need to start articles about this topic like the above. The …

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Impending Doom with Cory Johnson & Brook Reeves

Your lyrics are infused with heavy detail and raw emotion. What is it that normally gives you inspiration when writing lyrics and is there a concept behind the writing of Baptized in Filth? Impending Doom: We base the majority of our lyrics off things we all go through in our …

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The Devastated “Devil’s Messenger”

The Devastated - Devil's Messenger

Deathcore is becoming a bit big for it to handle. I still don’t really understand how metalcore got passed by with tight pants and 15 year old girls for Deathcore, but it did, I guess you can blame metalcore/deathcore crossover post-hardcore bands like Bring Me the Horizon. Why someone wants …

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Knives Out! “Black Mass Hysteria”

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Back in 2001 I was brought up to speed (thanks to ThePRP.com’s review) of a band called Dog Fashion Disco. 2001 marked the year they release ‘Anarchists of Good Taste,’ a relatively unknown hard rock/avant-garde metal band. This album at the time reminded me that good music comes in all …

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King Giant “Dismal Hollow”

King Giant - Dismal Hollow

King Giant has managed to make a modern sounding Black Sabbath sound and hit it out of the park with “Dismal Hollow.” 8 tracks of southern greatness, with elements of doom and groove metal intertwined throughout. As you listen to this album in its entirety, you get a sense of …

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