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DESTRUCTOR
DESTRUCTOR
Sonic Bullet
(Auburn Records)
46:02min

DESTRUCTOR are back. Finally! Still thrashin' mad! This EP contains 7 new songs and 2 raw but good sounding live tracks - value for money in case the music's good. No question about the live songs: 'Pounding Evil' and 'Iron Curtain' are underground classics without any doubt. But what about the new stuff? Is this just another reunion nobody needs? Definitely not! DESTRUCTOR still know how to kick some ass! They're still right between Power Metal and Thrash, maybe a little less Thrash than in the 80s because Dave Overkill improved his voice tremendously. Sometimes he even sounds like the wild brother of Harry Conklin (JAG PANZER). The songs seem a little more structured as well. Now this is the point where some of their old fans might become worried - but don't be afraid, this is still DESTRUCTOR! Still fast and untamed. I can't see why one shouldn't buy this album immediately: it's played with precision and passion, well produced and the songs rip! The title track absolutely deserves its name and on 'Master Of The Universe' we have some excellent guitar solos that make me grab my air guitar! Definitely something for both Power Metal and Thrash fans, old followers as well as new addicts. Great fun and headbanging action guaranteed! In 2003 DESTRUCTOR still stand for Maximum Destruction!!! Check out our forthcoming interview as well! www.auburnrecords.com

Ramon Claassen

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