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Time For The Wrong Man
Boccomino - guitar / vocals
De França - bass
De Freitas - drums
"One Step Behind Anger " chaosfear
review by Alexander "Costa Rican Fan" Ramirez___
Brazilian trio is a prime example of a great Thrash band and what can be
accomplish by hard work and lots of energy. This first album is just
amazing. It is a well crafted combination of brutality, catchy riffs and
tons of socio-political chaos. All the Old School violent elements are
record features some of the best guitar work I’ve ever heard. The kind
of sound that drives you to uncontrolled headbanging. This kind of
distortion is just what the doctor ordered. Uncountable wicked solos
that complement the mood in each track.
drums are consistently pounding throughout the album like an unstoppable
machinegun tearing the enemy’s body into shreds. And yet they’re not
boring at all.
are great… Deep and powerful. A growl that took me back to my teenager
years as a Sepultura fan.- It must be a Brazilian thing-.
their very social lyrics with unmatched might.
a top-of-the-line production that includes excellent artwork and a
professional sound. They release this first disk as a declaration of
war. And it deserves to be heard.
first track “ Hard Time for the wrong Man” is pure speed and
aggression and it is really the beginning of a journey into this musical
jungle. There are some intervals of mid-paced sinister tunes that
reinforce the chaotic evil atmosphere.
second track “Incongruous Possession” has some of the best riffs in
the whole production the guitars in this track are awesome and just
title track “One Step behind Anger” is much more elaborated and
epic. It’s characterized by wall of sound created by the guitar and a
lethal dose of double-bass. There are many speed changes and solos which
contribute to maintain a level of freshness and expectation
in the listener. I’m
sure it’s a great live track. The kind of song that drives the crowd
go insane. I really enjoy listening to those primitive, raw drums. Some
Thrash bands have crystal-clean drums. And in my opinion it takes away
by Hate” is a killer track. With a huge north-American trash influence.
Temptation” is a track with violent strong guitars and blunt drums.
One of my favourite tracks in this album.
seventh track is called “Dust Structure” drums on this song are
insane. Delivering quality blasting and devilish double bass.
last track “Detestation Inc.” starts with a slower pace, Down-tuned
guitars and sinister chords. The perfect atmosphere for a song about the
senseless carnage of war.
their sound is clearly influenced by other Thrash bands, they have achieved
a style of their own. And their unique brand of metal is just
devastating. If this debut can be use as a reference of future
recordings, I can’t really wait to get my next dose of
Brazilian-old-school Thrash. A must for all of you…
of the eight tracks are available for listening/downloading here:
review by Alexander Ramirez
Alex Ramirez is a staff writer/editor for gryphonmetal.ch since 2006
He is based in Costa Rica and can be reached at
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