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Begin the Revolution

Begin the Revolution

  • Door Disaffection
  • Release 20-2-2010
  • Muziekgenre Rock
  • Media-indeling CD
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Old school thrash is in vogue again with the debut full length from Disaffection. After recording an impressive 4-song demo, these Brazilians have upped the ante in every possible way. Disaffection has done their homework, crafting song after song of thrash goodness, with killer riffing, well-placed solos, and in your face vocals. The songs aren't just facsimiles of your favorite tracks from yesteryear, though. Disaffection manages to maintain the attitude and sincerity of 80's thrash while incorporating their own flavor, creating a sound that pays homage to the pioneers of classic thrash, while remaining relevant to the current scene. The band is comfortable blazing ahead at 100 miles an hour in full-on thrash frenzy, slowing it down to elicit a controlled headbang, and then ripping your head off again - all within the same song. The production is slick while retaining that dirty thrash sound. The killer hooks dig deep, keeping you coming back for more while causing serious neck pain from obsessive, compulsive headbanging! Fans of Slayer, Warbringer, Municipal Waste, Toxic Holocaust, Kreator, and anyone who lives for thrash or even just in your face heavy metal will feast on these 10 songs. Join Disaffection as they lead you into the new thrash revolution! "Disaffection unashamedly wear their influences on their sleeves, sounding like a combination of Exodus and Slayer complete with machine gun riffing, shouted gang vocals, fast guitar licks, and those all important mosh beats and quick double bass assaults." -- NoLifeTilMetal.com SELLING POINTS First full-length album 10 brand new songs For fans of Slayer, Warbringer, Municipal Waste, Toxic Holocaust, Kreator, and thrash metal Reviews and advertising in major publications Artwork by Rogerio from fellow Brazilian thrash metal masters, Arnion (Retroactive Records) Active Myspace and web promotion at WHITE THRONE BLOG REVIEW It's always a marvelous feeling to hear a new band just know they seem to have it. Blasting out of Brazil is Disaffection with their 2010 debut album entitled 'Begin the Revolution.' With a strong mixture of old school thrash metal, modern sensibility and clean production values make this release a keeper for sure. A musical style that is very akin to early thrash metal of the 1980's. Whether it's the fast riff-a-matic style of Slayer, Destruction, or the tempo changes of Exodus, Disaffection bring it to a boil. Charging full speed ahead with 'Metal Kombat' through 'I Wanna See the Chaos' these guys rip the doors off. Power saw guitar parts with banging double bass and slicing vocals you know Disaffection mean business. Cleiton Magno (vocals) and the boys should continue to make a name for them with this powerful brand of thrash. Vindictive and brutal guitar riffs courtesy of Daniel Neves & Paul Moraes complement Cleitons vocal wailing. Cleiton has a vocal sound that reminds me at times of Tom Araya and Dave Prado. Helo provides the bottom end blasting bass which drives along with Francuar Silva as he pulverizes his drums. This is a band that thrives on the RIFF! Fast or slow Disaffection have a massive array of riffs stockpiled. Charging and pulsating are the rhythms that they deliver in no uncertain terms. The wall of superior guitar sound that was achieved leaves one air guitaring off the furniture. (Hey I said GET DOWN!!)..... If your head ain't banging or your legs moving as you hear this you must be dead. Just listen to 'Which One's the Truth' or 'Mortuary Man' and tell me you didn't get the urge to pit right there. For me, many times I hear 'This band is great.' Or 'They bring it.' And then I hear it and I just go... "What am I missing? Because this ain't that good." Usually it's the weak song writing or the production doesn't bring the energy home. Those are clearly defects that are NOT present here. The songs actually have hooks of a sort and the production is tight and clean. The only thing that left me a little flat was the lead playing. The solos at times felt a little thin, but with time I'm sure that will improve. Of course this is thrash metal and solos aren't always the main thing, but I always dig good playing and some good chops could only improve the band. Bombworks Records has presented us with a thrash metal feast and it would be a shame to ignore it. So grab your leather jacket and your studs Rivet Heads, a new Sheriff is here. Begin the Revolution! 8 of 10 Axes ABOUT . COM REVIEW The new wave of thrash metal knows no borders. Bands from all over the world are revisiting the classic sound of eighties thrash, including Brazil's Disaffection. Their full length debut is Begin The Revolution, as they pay homage to both Bay Area and European thrash and add their own modern touches. Begin The Revolution comes galloping out of the box with with the powerful opener "Metal Kombat." It's a really catchy song with memorable riffs. "Which One's The Truth" is a little darker and more ominous with some shouted gang vocals along with Cleiton Magno's typical thrash sing/speak. Disaffection isn't breaking any new ground here, but their sound is inspired by groups like Slayer, Kreator and Exodus. Guitars are the backbone of any thrash album, with Paul Moraes and Daniel Neves delivering strong riffs and some blazing solos. There's not an ounce of filler, with the 10 songs clocking in at a lean and mean 36 minutes. The band doesn't lose any momentum in the second half of the album. "The Mortuary Man" is one of the strongest songs on the CD, and begins with a tasty bass solo. "I Wanna See The Chaos" is the penultimate track, and would have been the right way to end the album instead of tacking on a minute long outro. Disaffection is a talented band, and whether you're old school or new school, thrash fans of all stripe will find something to like with Begin The Revolution. (released March 30, 2010 on Bombworks Records) DANGER DOG REVIEW Disaffection: Begin the Revolution Heavy/Thrash Metal Rating: 4.5/5.0 Bombworks Records Review: Craig Hartranft, 03.07.2010 Brazilian thrashers Disaffection where their heavy metal hearts, and influences, on their sleeves. The debut album, Begin the Revolution on Bombworks Records, is pure old school heavy/thrash metal reminding of Anvil, Kreator, Deliverance and, to a lesser extent, Slayer. Headbaning riffs and often blazing speed are combined with gritty vocals, the essential echo and shout background vocals, and well-placed burning solos. These are placed over strong melodic, yet biting, arrangements, and undergirded by Christian themes. Certainly, this is not novel. Nevertheless, Disaffection knows their metal genre and truly rips it up on Begin the Revolution. While the entire work shows exceptional skill and blistering songs listen for these fist-pumping tracks: Simple Ideas, Mystery of God, I Wanna See the Kaos, and Which One's the Truth. The single flaw may be that this album is too short with only ten tracks. With the old school being the new school these days, you will not find much better classic heavy and thrash metal than Disaffection's Begin the Revolution. Very recommended.

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Kunstenaar: Disaffection
Titel: Begin the Revolution
Genre: Rock
Releasedatum: 20-2-2010
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 845121017533

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