Vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release, the first album in 29 years from the thrash metal legends. 'T.A.O.E' is a pounding introduction, along with the incendiary 'The New Low' showing the serious intent of this reboot. "H" really gives it what for over the crisp, crunching riffage and NWOBHM inspired duality of Dean "Cooky" Cook and Paul Chanter, before the venomous aggressor '#NewAgeNarcissist' thunders along to the bass of Pete Dee and skin pummelling from Marc Jackson. This album is unequivocally, aggressively intrusive. From the punky vitality of Suzanne Vega's 'Blood Makes Noise' and the Justice era Metallica thrasher 'Hardship', to the breakneck-paced 'Ripped Apart'; every track screams out how far Acid Reign has come in terms of maturity, as "H" gives the modern world a vitriolic tongue lashing.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release, the first album in 29 years from the thrash metal legends. 'T.A.O.E' is a pounding introduction, along with the incendiary 'The New Low' showing the serious intent of this reboot. "H" really gives it what for over the crisp, crunching riffage and NWOBHM inspired duality of Dean "Cooky" Cook and Paul Chanter, before the venomous aggressor '#NewAgeNarcissist' thunders along to the bass of Pete Dee and skin pummelling from Marc Jackson. This album is unequivocally, aggressively intrusive. From the punky vitality of Suzanne Vega's 'Blood Makes Noise' and the Justice era Metallica thrasher 'Hardship', to the breakneck-paced 'Ripped Apart'; every track screams out how far Acid Reign has come in terms of maturity, as "H" gives the modern world a vitriolic tongue lashing.
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Artist: Acid Reign
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release, the first album in 29 years from the thrash metal legends. 'T.A.O.E' is a pounding introduction, along with the incendiary 'The New Low' showing the serious intent of this reboot. "H" really gives it what for over the crisp, crunching riffage and NWOBHM inspired duality of Dean "Cooky" Cook and Paul Chanter, before the venomous aggressor '#NewAgeNarcissist' thunders along to the bass of Pete Dee and skin pummelling from Marc Jackson. This album is unequivocally, aggressively intrusive. From the punky vitality of Suzanne Vega's 'Blood Makes Noise' and the Justice era Metallica thrasher 'Hardship', to the breakneck-paced 'Ripped Apart'; every track screams out how far Acid Reign has come in terms of maturity, as "H" gives the modern world a vitriolic tongue lashing.