|Review: Suicidal Angels - Sanctify the Darkness|
|Sanctify the Darkness|
Label: Nuclear Blast Records
Year released: 2009
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: July 19, 2010
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Sanctify the Darkness
Among the new wave of retro-thrash wannabes, there is a dividing line between those who really mean it and those who are just faking. In other words, there are those like Blood Tsunami who seem to be in it somewhat ironically, and then there are bands like this one, who just love this music and don't know how to do anything else. Suicidal Angels are Greek, but I have to say I hear nothing but good old Thrash coursing in their veins.
A volleying mix of old-school Slayer with some of the violence of Sodom and Destruction thrown in, Suicidal Angels do everything right, from the fat tube-amp guitar sound to the hammering drum backbeat and the grunting Angelripper vocals. This is Thrash like Mom used to complain about when I was much younger. No aspirations to high art, no real seriousness beyond serious riffs and flailing leads, this is a high-octane brew of wrath and chugging guitars that manages to be entirely retro without sounding stale in the slightest. Kickass.
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