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From Beyond - All Thrash Breaks Loose (CD)

From Beyond
All Thrash Breaks Loose
by Yiannis Dafopoulos at 13 March 2008, 12:54 PM

First of all I want to point out that I am not going to spend much time on reviewing this album. Am I clear? Ok then, we can move on. Thrash Metal has been one of my favorite Metal genres, but only when it is played right and honestly. I don't want to be offensive here, but these guys seem to miss both qualities.

I searched on various sites on the internet about them but as it seems their label's site sucks, they don't have an official homepage neither any Myspace page and from what I could find, I couldn't understand what each one of these guys does in this band. I suppose they share all the work and they both play guitar, bass and anything else. The only thing I am sure about is that Pascal Moraux is the band's singer.

So, do you still want to know what does this album contain? Ok then, All Thrash Breaks Loose (cool title but it has already been used in a better version) contains approximately 32 minutes of boring and uninspired Thrash Metal that tries to sound old school and true but it only manages to make me be fast about this review in order to put it aside as fast as I can. Let's suppose that these guys want to sound like Thrash Metal sounded in the old days. Did anyone told them that 80's Thrash bands used drum machines and they were so noisy? Even SLAYER's Show No Mercy had a decent noise in it!

Sorry for not wasting more space for this review, but I am really tired of listening to it. If you are a Thrash Metal maniac and you listen to whatever sounds fast and aggressive no matter if it is good or technical or whatever, then you can give a chance to this album. Otherwise, wait for the new TESTAMENT album, which will definitely kick some hairy asses.

1 Star Rating

Tracklist:
Intro
Cyber Eater
The Chaos Spheres
The Final Slaughter
Metal Commando
The Battle Dome
Interlude
My Own World
The Need To Kill
Doom
The Wrath Of The Predator
The Journey
Instru-Metal-Storm
Epilogue 2
Lineup:
Pascal Moraux - Lead Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Drum Programming
Christophe Champagne - Rhythm & Acoustic Guitar, Drum Programming, Bass
Record Label: Painkiller Records
     


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