Tag: Municipal Waste

Review: “Doctrine of Misanthropy” by Prayers Of Sanity

Proving there is no substitute for 80’s Thrash Metal influenced by the likes of Exodus, Nuclear Assault and Testament Portugal’s Prayers of Sanity have so far hammered out a trio of well received albums in 2009’s “Religion Blindness”, 2012’s “Confrontations” and 2017’s “Face of the Unknown”.  Combining Thrash with the raw intensity of punk and

Review: “Behind” by Engraver

Recorded, mixered and mastered between March and June 2020, during the height of the Great Plague, “Behind” marks the debut release from a band who describe themselves as Thrash Metal with Death and Black influences and like nothing better that to tell stories of gore, psychology, serial killers and crime. Engraver were formed in Ossi

Review: “Black EP” by Citizen Rage

Hardcore Punks from Calgary, Alberta Canada who like to tear apart controversial topics in pursuit of social change, Citizen Rage have been dropping independent bomb shell EPs since forming in 2014 and taking their music on the road, playing festivals like Armstrong Metal Fest, Loud as Hell, East-Town Get Down, Lethbridge Deathfest, and Decimate Metal

Review: “Take ‘M To The Guillotine” by Cuttermess

Sometimes it takes time to get things how you want them to be. Recorded, mixed and mastered at the highly acclaimed Hearse Studio (Aborted, Wiegedood, Cytotoxin) by a band who feature in their ranks members and former members of no less than Octahedron, I Inside, Poseydon, Capital Scum, Roll The Dice, Los Vendettaz, Push Right Back, Aguynguerran

Review: “Thrashmageddon” by Demolizer

When you have an album titled “Thrashmageddon” as a self respecting Metal Head, you should know what to expect. The resurgence in the Thrash Metal scene during recent years has been a mixed affair but bands like Havok and Hazzerd have been leading the charge with London’s Thrasherwolf waving the flag held aloft by Anthrax,

Review: “Thrash Impact” by Psychoïd

Originally formed back in 2006 in Paris,  Psychoïd are a Thrash Metal quartet with influences as you might expect from the big four as well as likes of Sepultura. Their first EP entitled “Thrash Test” didn’t appear until 2016 due to line up issues but brought them some critical acclaim as they defended it on stages

Review: “A New Dawn” by At Sacrament

In the heart of South America, Nicolás Peralta (Rhythm guitar, solos), Renato Zandonai (Drums), Alexis Martínez (Vocals), Fabián Giménez (Rhythm guitar, solos), Wilson Paniagua (Bass guitar) formed Thrash act At Sacrament against all odds, in the middle of a Pandemic. They formed in Ciudad Del Este Paraguay in early 2020 and spent six months writing “A New

NEWS: Super Nintendo Vs Head In A Jar!

A triple vocal attack and a thematic focus on the bizarre separates Sydney Australia’s Pizza Thrash crew Head In A Jar from the pack and in line to the throne of Municipal Waste. They’ve dropped a hilarious music video for “Big Punch at Little Lunch” from their current album “Free From The Fridge” in classic

Review: “Push The Button” by Dead Tree Seeds

Like so many, Dead Tree Seeds is a band formed from the ashes of a previous project. When Triakanthos split back in 2009, drummer Alexandre Prudent formed this new outfit and after a few line up changes 2013 saw their debut “Seeds Of Thrash” land a square punch to the jaw of the detractors. Over