Toxic Shock: Black death

Year1989
Label/DistributionSuperseven
Format7inch
Musical styleThrash Metal
Additional infoComes in yellow vinyl
Rarity grading
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3 out of 6 - Extremely rare!

Review

Although there's Thrash Metal mentioned in the style description field but to be more precise, Power/Thrash would fit better even if I cannot judge by only 3 songs on a short 7" if all of their creations has been blocked Thrash (Power/Thrash) or if they've ever released that hand break. But I know this 7" is a REALLY great piece that's a must to have for Thrash lunatics even though you'll need time to find a copy. For some reasons they published this one on the well known Mystic Records side label Superseven, (comparable to Dave Richards Azra/Iron Works imperium) a label that was known for it's mainly Punk/HC stuff. But enough introduction, musicially you can expect some wicked Power/Thrash that's stylistically similar to the Great Kat's "Metal Messiah". Heavy midpaced riffing with remarkable vocals sounding so absolutely dirty that I'd stand up and shout "Thank goat for Toxic Shock!" They haven't been the greatest musicians ever and you shouldn't expect anything extraordinary or technically colossal but just Connecticut Power/Thrash to the bone. Doubt there's any Thrasher who won't enjoy this EP! What a fine piece, I could cry!

Tracks
Black death
100 MPH
To the chair

Created / updated: 2011-01-17
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