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Review: Enemynside - Let The Madness Begin
Enemynside
www.enemynside.com
Let The Madness Begin

Label: Temple of Noise
Year released: 2003
Duration: 42:52
Tracks: 10
Genre: Thrash Metal

Rating: 2.9/5

Review online: June 28, 2005
Reviewed by: 4th Horseman
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Let The Madness Begin

Rated 3/5 (60%) (3 Votes)
Review


Here is another new thrash band that will likely be ignored and never carve its name in stone if it does not up its quality a little. Enemynside play thrash metal. And that's all there is to say really. These Italians do a fine job in all departments but it just lacks that little extra something that makes the album memorable. The choppy riffing, the speedy drums and the rough vocals are all there, but nothing gets really aggressive or enticing and remains pretty "safe".

This album is listenable, and songs such as "Your Enemy Inside" or "Ex-X-Es" are actually quite good to a reasonable degree so there is something worth listening to here, but not a whole lot. If you are a thrash metal fan, you can live with the music here and even enjoy some parts. But you can also very easily live without it.


Track Listing:
  1. Suddenly Mad
  2. Bad Junks
  3. Ex-X-Es
  4. In Memory Free
  5. Your Enemy Inside
  6. Speed Killing
  7. Peace Of Mud
  8. Unchained
  9. Scars
  10. Hatestone
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