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Zombie Ritual Fanzine Reviews Thoughtcrime

thrashsteel_zombie_ritual_fanzineTHRASHSTEEL “Thoughtcrime”

Self Released

I definitely didn’t know about this band from México D.F. until they contacted me through the Facebook page. They are another example of the statement that is not necessary the vest full of patches and photos like idiots, to play in a decent thrash metal band...

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Thrashsteel in Estruendo Metálico

Estruendo Metálico 5 from Karla Dávila on Vimeo.

Estruendo Metálico 5 from Karla Dávila on Vimeo.

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Metal Master Kingdom (Canada) reviews Thoughtcrime by Thrashsteel

June 11, 2012.

Thrashsteel, hailing from Mexico, have a sound that is fresh and modern, but remains true to the traditions of the 80s sound emphasized by the Thrash Metal Titans of the 80s...

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Thoughtcrime album rewiew on www.familiaperro.com

Now that the thrash metal genre have returned to the forefront of popularity, bands around the world can make records showing his love for the genre that never really died, we got in our hands "Thoughtcrime" Thrashsteel's debut album...Ahora que ha regresado a los primeros planos de popularidad el thrash metal, haciendo que bandas de todo el mundo puedan realizar discos mostrando su amor por este género que en realidad nunca murió, llega a nuestras manos el debut de Thrashsteel...Read More

Thoughtcrime on iTunes

thrashsteel-available-on-itunesThoughtcrime, Thrashsteel’s debut album is full of crunching guitar riffs, tempo changes, screaming vocal lines, bass melodies and pounding drumbeats.
With lyrics about: media manipulation, sociopolitical, and religious issues, as well of child abuse, plus three tracks based on the dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell...

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