|Review: Generation Kill - Red, White and Blood|
|Red, White and Blood|
Label: Season Of Mist
Year released: 2011
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: February 9, 2012
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Red, White and Blood
Rated 3.17/5 (63.33%) (6 Votes)
I was half-expecting some cool old school Thrash from this, based on the cover and album name alone. Not quite. Red White and Blood is like a mix of crossover and modern Thrash (no, that's not like the so-called "Thrash revival"), mixing the vocals of the former with the musical style of the latter. Some of the songs sound a bit goofy and even quite melodic, and there's some level of catchiness to be found here and there, though I can't say there is much that sticks once the album is over. Generation Kill do know how to play it fast, but this has a few slower songs as well – not particularly fond of those, which tend to drag a little. If you're at all into modern Thrash, then you'll find something to like here, but old school thrashers may want to look elsewhere.
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