RAZORMAZE “Annihilatia” /CD/

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Second full-length album by the American Thrash Metal band.
Razormaze, a Boston oriented act, aligned with what is called the new wave of Thrash Metal. They produced some intense stuff. However, it appeared that there was a hidden hunger to plunge beyond the limits of mere Thrash into other dimensions, to carry them on into the already kicking Thrash perception and enhance it. It has been four years since the band’s debut, “The True Speed Of Steel”, enough time for Razormaze to find their new imagery as a multi verse Metal combination of both skill and brutality, and there you have it with “Annihilatia”, the pristine ground for experimentalism with progression following darker routes towards the foundations of melodic extreme Metal.
This band clicked with old school distinctions of Thrash, whether Bay Area (Exodus, Metallica) or the East Coast (Overkill, Anthrax) Groove moves. “Annihilatia” seemed like a solid maneuvering from the traditional Thrash sense into new characterizations while not entrusting themselves fully on the genre’s memorable features. Razormare are still driving fast with Thrash conduct, but fulfilled their own necessity for something fiery and expressive. “Annihilatia” is a fine beginning for a process that should be honed for just a bit, hopefully for not another period of four years.
Slaney Records, 2013 (Slaney 025). Made in Ireland. First press.


Tracklist:
1. Something Like A War     6:10 
2. The Slowest Death     4:21 
3. Worshipping The Void     3:17 
4. Sink Below     4:53 
5. Demagogue     4:43 
6. Electric Deception     6:36 
7. Terminal Escape     5:43 
8. Without Words     4:59
Total playing time: 40:42


Samples:  http://slaneyrecords.bandcamp.com

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