1986 has gone down as arguably the greatest year in thrash metal history but we’ve always had a soft spot for those albums released in 1989; a year in which thrash was still developing at a rate of knots and knocking out an obscene amount of exceptional albums from bands across the globe! Here’s our pick of the 25 albums that made 1989 one of the greatest years in thrash metal history (listed in alphabetical order)….. Accuser – Who Dominates Who Approaching their brand of thrash metal with an eye for experimentation and a flurry of time-changes, Accuser‘s Who Dominates Who may have arrived at the tail end of the 80’s but it still had something new to say. Each track on Who Dominates Who slams hard with colossal choruses, hardcore shouts and a grinding sound that relentlessly pummels its way into your brain. It’s pretty safe to say that Metallica’s stop-start chug and elaborate song-structures were Accuser’s main inspiration and that’s no surprise considering the year it was recorded. On an album spilling over with epic thrash tracks it’s “Symbol Of Hate” and the title-track that pack the biggest one-two punch; each song meandering through endlessly inventive machine-gun riffs and full-force battery. Accuser may … Continue reading 25 Albums That Made 1989 One Of The Greatest Years In Thrash Metal History!
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