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“Thrash metal from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This isn’t your regular cookie cutter want to be retro thrash band. Unlike a lot of the bands I hear doing this stuff, this band actually sounds alive and forceful.This is a very good independent album and it should get them a lot of label attention. They are exactly what the thrash metal scene needs, lots of energy and lots of aggression. One of the best Thrash albums I have heard in a long while.Is I would probably label this as Death/Thrash and it does remind me of that short time period right before death metal took over; when we had bands pushing thrash into that extreme summit. If anyone ever heard the demo tapes from Epidemic in 88 and 89, you will understand what I mean.Check out the song, "I Can Kill Gods", it is loaded in the F.T.U. music player!This is a killer album and if you are a Thrash Metal fan you should really check this out.”
“On their self-titled debut, Architects of the Aftermath play thrash metal the way it sounded before death-metal clichés turned the genre into an exaggerated, almost cartoonish parody of itself. There are no over-the-top satanic references here, and no goofy graveyard vocals—just roaring tempos and naked aggression.”
“Tuck into some ARCHITECTS.”
“Architects of the Aftermath: Serious Thrash Metal, Without Dignity”