|Review: Suborned - From Space|
Year released: 2014
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: April 6, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Thrash Metal from Switzerland led by a woman named Lucie Werlen; anyone interested? (*counts hands in the air*) Good, quite a few of you seem to be in the same boat with me.
Suborned plays well-executed, aggressive, riff-orientated Thrash Metal that has so many good ideas you’ll return back to this disc again and again. Not only is guitarist Valentin Mössinger a riff/solo wizard but he was also responsible for writing all the music for the band’s debut album together with bassist Raymond Weibel. This duo has done a killer job with the songwriting and the songs ooze a "fist-in-yer-face" type of Thrash and Werlen seems to be gaining acceptance as a Thrash Metal shouter as well.
Suborned have a refreshing touch to their music and in a way seem to be doing the same kind of damage to our organs of hearing as Exodus did when they released Tempo of the Damned in 2004 or German thrashers Assassin when they released their second, more playful Interstellar Experience album back in 1988. Killer Thrash is always killer Thrash and this is certainly all that and perhaps even more.
I am proud of myself for taking the time to check them out on the 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise this year. ;o)
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