Kingston upon Hull Metallers Sworn Amongst have a rich history having established themselves on the European circuit with a live show that needs no introduction and having relentlessly toured since 2004. They’ve played Download Festival, Bloodstock and Hammerfest in the UK as well as being main support for Annihilator as well as sharing stages with
Metal Hammer Magazine’s online edition have put out a list of their 10 best thrash songs (from 1986-89). While all the usual suspects are present and correct, including the Big Four of Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and of course Anthrax, there are some glairing omissions. Here are 5 we think are worthy of note; 1. “The Toxic
Check out the circle pits on this! Canadian Thrashers Annihilator performing “King Of The Kill” at Spain’s Resurrection Fest last summer. They’ll be upon our shores in November as part of a huge European run in support of current album “For The Demented” which is out now.
Having just completed a huge run with fellow legends Testament and Vader across the UK and Europe, Canadian Thrashers Annihilator masterminded by Jeff Waters will be back in October! As part of a huge European run with support TBC, the band will play a show at Camden Underworld in London on 27th. A venue upgrade is expected
Also filmed at The Green Concert Club in Moscow Russia on 24th March 2018, here’s a full set from Canadian Thrash legends Annihilator. Jeff Waters having taken over vocal duties for 2017’s “For The Demented” has given the band a single minded approach. Annihilator will be joining Testament and Vader upon our shores for “The Brotherhood
Probably Canadian Thrashers Annihilator‘s most well known song is “Alison Hell”. From their 1989 album “Alice In Hell”, selling over 1.25m copies for Roadrunner Records. It’s a song known as much for it’s dark lyrics as Jeff Waters guitar work. In the red corner we have Cradle of Filth, who recorded their song for their
Testament, Annihilator and Vader will be touring the UK and Ireland together in March/April 2018 03/29 Bristol, UK – Motion 03/30 Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz 03/31 Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute 04/01 Dublin, IRE – Vicar Street 04/02 Glasgow, UK – QMU 04/04 London, UK – Koko