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ELIMINATOR
ELIMINATOR
Breaking The Wheel
(Blood Harvest Records)
34:54min

This band sends a (in capitals) FUCK YOU to "fake Black Metal, all modern core bands and all polished turd music from barely capable musicians" among other fuck you's, haha. Wise said and capable musicians are those guys. This album already got released on CD through Suffering Jesus Records and Ukragh Productions. Man, I lost the overview about all these labels. This is the LP version I'm talking about and well-known Blood Harvest Records took care of this edition - again limited to 500 pieces. And a LP-release suits this release just perfect as an awesome Ed Repka cover like this requests a bigger format. Musically ELIMINATOR offers furious Thrash Metal in the vein of old KREATOR ("Pleasure To Kill"-era) and SADUS with amazingly virtuous guitar-riffs. The guitar-section of this band provides some high-quality material from fast and incredible "violent" riffing to amazingly great soulful melodies as in the middle of the fantastic last song 'Prescription For Extinction... Time Enough At Last'. Especially because of the outstanding guitars I can recommend this release to all fans of Thrash Metal in the vein of the abovementioned bands as these guitars make the difference to those bands, the drums on the other hand are more or less typical for this style of music and have a huge "Pleasure To Kill"-vibe, if you ask me, which is nothing bad! 35 minutes of violent Thrash Metal, 6 songs plus the instrumental 'Disgust' should be enough to make your ears bleed. Available through www.bloodharvest.se

Thomas Ehrmann

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