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DISMANTLE
DISMANTLE
Enter The Forbidden
(AreaDeath Productions)
44:24min

This is a pretty mediocore release. That it's categorised under New Thrash Metal will turn off some readers immediately and despite hard attempts DISMANTLE don't succeed to convince. There are much worse bands to be found performing this revivaling style, but still it just isn't enough. Seeing this releases is produced by AreaDeath Productions didn't make sense either considering their quality taste in reissues. Where DISMANTLE fails is (again) the pretty immature vocals that reminded of D.R.I.'s Kurt Brecht. They're totally off beat at times! Maybe on purpose as an attempt to sound more spontaneous, but still there's no excuse for this. Especially when everything sounds so overproduced. Each track is filled with pieces you've most likely heard before on your favourite Thrash albums. A track like 'Realm Of The Warmaster' seemed to bring back good hopes, but the final shouts 'Warmaster' were able to kill it nevertheless. On top of that, "Enter The Forbidden" is worse than the band's debut from 2009 "Satanic Force". A cool, catchy or fine piece here and there isn't enough to justify a purchase. Keep your dimes in your pocket for something better. Maybe I'm all wrong and I advise you to check out for yourself on www.myspace.com/dismantlesatanicforce, www.areadeath.net

Michael Tak

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