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Ultrathrash - Unbalancing The Furies Review

by Matt Hensch

Remember the good 'ol days when bands like Slayer, Megadeth, and Metallica made some thrash? Those days shall always be missed by those of us that appreciate them. Thankfully, a young band has arisen to bring forth some thrash. This band is the Grand Rapids native Ultrathrash. Their debut, "Unbalancing The Furies," is just what the doctor ordered, if he ordered thrash, that is.

Ultrathrash are just what someone would expect if they wanted to hear some thrash. The riffs are lightning fast, the solos are blistering, the drums sound punsihing, and the vocals just sound evil. Tracks like "Bludgeon" and the title track have these rapid fire riffs and never let go of the brutailly they contain. Other songs like "Red In The Sky Means Death" have slower riffs, yet still manage to stay memorable. Singer/Guitarist Adrian Von Overlord's vocal performance is on par with other great thrash vocalists. Overlord's vocals are strong and sound full of energy and aggression. The vocals are great, the music is great, everything is just great!

"Unbalancing The Furies" is pretty damn awesome. Get this if you enjoy Slayer, Megadeth, and old Metallica.

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