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The 10 Greatest Thrash Metal Albums Of All Time!

Simply the best!

6. Sepultura – Beneath The Remains (1989)

Brutal yet catchy in equal measure, thrash metal and death metal collided to thrilling effect on Sepultura’s 3rd full length album.

Produced by renowned death metal producer Scott Burns (Obituary, Death, Morbid Angel) it was evident, when compared to their previous releases, that a monumental leap forward in Sepultura’s musicianship and composition skills had occurred.

A brutal indictment of growing up in the favelas of Brazil, the ‘Seps’ harnessed their experiences and produced a visceral, primitive sound; bringing world music to the thrash scene and setting themselves up as one of extreme metal’s finest ever bands.

Beneath The Remains always was and always will be the real fuckin’ deal and it’s game-changing influence should never be under-estimated.

Stronger than hate, indeed!

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1 Comment on The 10 Greatest Thrash Metal Albums Of All Time!

  1. Ernesto Catalan // November 20, 2018 at 10:21 pm // Reply

    I love Sepultura, and “Beneath The Remains” is undoubtedly a masterpiece, but I honestly believe that place belongs to Anthrax’s “Among The Living”, who I reckon are PART of the big four. If there was only one Anthrax album to listen, then it is definitely “Among The Living”. And Vio-Lence, no matter how great of an album “Eternal Nightmare” is, that place belongs to either Sodom’s, “Persecution Mania” or Destruction’s “Eternal Devastation”. It’s
    a tight list!

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