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NOCTURNAL FEAR
NOCTURNAL FEAR
Code Of Violence
(Moribund Records)
43:08min

Together with SATAN'S HOST this might be one of the best choices for the revival of the Thrash Metal in the US. You might be really surprised to see Moribund Records giving a chance to a deathy Thrash Metal band. Well, the answer is simple, this band definitely has earned their share of attention with two previous scorchers and this new album couldn't be anything but a genuine Thrash fest. This album mix the best elements of both European plus US Thrash Metal which if you ask me is a very interesting breed because most bands tend to incorporate one or the other styles. KREATOR, SLAYER, EXODUS and SODOM alike soundng stuff is what NOCTURNAL FEAR offer on this album, not a really original attempt but I certainly admire the surgeon-like accuracy of the performance. These fuckers are showing no mercy on this slab, I really recommend you to go, purchase and headbang as hell over this great CD. Contact them at: www.moribundcult.com

Mario Cubero

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