|Review: Omission - Thrash Metal is Violence|
|Thrash Metal is Violence|
Label: Xtreem Music
Year released: 2010
Originally released in: 2009
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: August 3, 2011
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Thrash Metal is Violence
Rated 2.8/5 (56%) (5 Votes)
Omission play some raw and dirty, high-octane Thrash with shrieky vocals that's OK overall, though lacking a bit in diversity and ultimately makes for kind of a long listen - or at the very least, it feels long. Nearly one hour of this is just a bit too much.
The shrieky vocals are decent and fit the music, though they do get annoying from time to time. There's nothing flashy or particularly remarkable here - it's fast and all over the place and will more often than not get your head banging, but I can't shake the feeling that this is really the kind of songs that really shine in a live setting and not so much on disc. Speaking of which, they threw in a couple of live tracks at the end which do help bring in a bit of life to the album. Not bad, but not essential either.
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