|Review: Dangerous - Metal Heritage|
Year released: 2015
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: May 14, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4.29/5 (85.71%) (7 Votes)
Raging, explosive Thrash Metal straight from the capital of Chile, Santiago. That's what this 4-piece act named Dangerous has to offer on their 2015 full-length, Metal Heritage.
Dangerous have been around since 2006 and have released several demos during their existence. As the crown of the band's career so far, this 10-track opus does them more than justice. These Chilean thrashers represent the best side of this whole retro-Thrash revival, really doing much justice for the genre's heritage when the true hotbeds for Thrash Metal were the Bay Area in the States and Germany. In other words, Dangerous represent both continents with their blistering, heavy Thrash Metal, especially the heavier side from bands like Dark Angel, Vio-lence, Sacred Reich, Onslaught and Kreator. The guitars' sound just couldn't get any heavier; in fact, the way the guitars were mixed in the final production sounds optimal for Thrash, not to mention how much the bass lines are in the forefront in the mix, creating a firm backbone for Dangerous' truly enjoyable Thrash Metal invasion. Also, vocalist and guitarist Raúl Carreño earns a special mention for his ear-pleasing articulation that fits damn well the band's whole performance.
Fuckin' A... This is what I call real Thrash Metal! \m/
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