|Review: Woslom - Evolustruction|
Year released: 2013
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: September 7, 2013
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (1 Vote)
Brazil has always been a cradle for quality Metal, Thrash in particular. Woslom, from São Paulo, have been around since 1997 and have put out two full-length studio albums, the latest, Evolustruction, was released in 2013.
Woslom's debut, Time to Rise, that the band released independently, gave us reason to expect better things in the future from this Brazilian foursome. Evolustruction could well be that record that vaults Woslom into the big league. It has nine well-crafted Thrash Metal songs that ooze brilliant songwriting.
There is no denying Woslom have done their homework well. They have adopted bits and pieces from some of their heroes (Metallica, Testament, Iron Maiden, etc.) but have melded them into their own sound, with style and a fresh approach. In short, Evolustruction is a very solid record from start to finish, not just one or two standout tracks with the rest of the songs just filler. The members of Woslom have truly thrashed their hearts out for these songs, and the use of catchy Maiden-esque melodies makes things that much better. Kickass stuff.
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