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IMPALERS
IMPALERS
Power Behind The Throne
(Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)
44:45min

Actually I could make it quite short here as the debut by these Danish Thrashers is a must have for all crazy headbangers out there. At least in my humble opinion. After two promising demos (especially "A Necessary Evil") under their belts the quartet's nine tracker crushes everying crossing its path. The squad learnt its lesson quite well, delivering an aggressive and violent alloy of the best ingredients the Bay Area and European Thrash scene has to offer (especially the Teutonic style of Thrash seemed to have quite a big impact on them). The old school feel is perfectly supported by the raw and unpolished, yet powerful sound of the the album which sets free a lot of energy. Not to forget that this four piece is also quite competent on their working equipment resulting in a kind of technical feel of some songs. Just one example is the excellent title track 'Power Behind The Throne' with its fast forward and hard hitting riffing and the killer leads showcasing the horde's sense for melody in a perfect way. Check out neckbreakers like 'Nucler Nights' or 'See What I See' as well - this is Thrash Metal of the highest quality, played with class and passion. No fillers, just killers here! If you call yourself a thrasher and HEATHEN, (old) EXODUS, (old) KREATOR or (old) DESTRUCTION belong to your daily dose of Metal then you should do yourself favour and get hold of a copy of this Danish dynamite immediately. You won't regret it. www.facebook.com/impalers

Michael Oelschlegel

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