|Review: Infrared - No Peace|
Year released: 2016
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: May 29, 2016
Reviewed by: MetalMike
Rated 4/5 (80%) (1 Vote)
Canada's Infrared is a Thrash band playing the same style that was popular in the late 80s, which makes sense considering their history. They existed in the second half of that decade and banged out a single demo before hanging up their axes around 1990. The original members regrouped in 2014 and released their debut No Peace which is made up of songs written between 1985 and 1988. Infrared went in for a more melodic, less frenetic Thrash that reminds me of what bands like Anthrax and Exodus were doing around the time these songs were composed (say State of Euphoria/Fabulous Disaster). There is nothing on No Peace you haven't heard before, but the energy level is high and the songwriting better than you usually get with reunions these days. Solid if unspectacular late 80s Thrash is what Infrared delivers, so if you live and breathe that time period, No Peace will fit in your collection quite nicely.
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