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M-90`S
M-90`S
Desert Of Pangea
(self-financed)
30:15min

To get rid off the negative things first for a change: the band's name as well as the cover of this CD (an almost unrecognizable picture in military olive-green) sucks beyond belief ! With a visual presentation like this you probably might attract a Punk fan, but certainly not the die hard Thrash / Death Metal listener. Oh well, luckily the musical side of this seven tracker is way better. M-90s are hailing from the Netherlands, have already released a demo tape and two MCD's before "Desert Of Pangea" and play a very harsh form of old school Thrash Metal, with some Death Metal overtones here and there. In a way you could say that their straight ahead, yet technically very interesting performed material comes across like a SLAYER / SODOM mixture. SLAYER mainly for the guitarwork and parts of the drumming and SODOM for the overall quite cool raw approach of the whole material. Except for a little bit of death grunting and some CARCASS similarities in the album's titletrack, the vocals sound refreshingly unique and neither come across like all the Bay Area Thrashers, nor Mille Petrozza infected. This is actually a lot closer to all those second generation US Thrash Metal acts of the 80s that - even though they never made it really big - still have their loyal following today. I bet that M-90s is really an entertaining, energetic live act and their welldone version of SLAYER's 'Silent Scream' a perfect choice to get each crowd going berzerk. For further details and ordering information contact: info@m90s.com, www.m90s.com

Frank Stöver

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