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X-Tinxion Interview: www.metaltoinfinity.be/INTERVIEWS_2014/Xtinxion_2014.html
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Destructive Music UK review of The Pits Of Existence: http://destructive-music.com/?p=13583
Rating: 8 out of 10
Another great US thrash band no longer with us are Kaos. I’ve reviewed two of their releases and so I’m going for the hat-trick with The Pits of Existence. Opening with sounds of the Armageddon in the form of intro track Enter Insanity, Kaos soon introduce their own brand of insanity with the fast and furious Bleed Some More with its hardcore tinged abrasive vocals, catchy thrash riffs and drumming and rumbling bass lines! As far as openings go this is a head bangers dream with Kaos pulling all the strings and making you move! Some thrash bands have a thin sound but Kaos are full blooded and intense sounding and the anticipation building start to The Pits of Existence prove just that! I suppose really that the Kaos sound, full bodies, rich and powerful does have a death metal influence too it. The albums title track certainly does with its groove drenched beats, double kick ferocity and growled vocals. Let God Sort The Out is similar in influence but still thrash through and through. If I had to liken them to anyone I’d say Testament, another band that knew how to make hard, dark thrash! then again if we’re talking influence there is no denying the nod to Metallica in Blood Sacrifice which has the build up factor of Enter Sandman and the mournful tones of Nothing Else Matters whilst still keeping their own raw edge and some more of that hardcore influence too.
Moving swiftly on and Out of Time is a pure thrash onslaught, aggressive and quarrelsome whilst Sludge lives up to it’s title with slow, crushing riffs and drumming, plus an added layer of grime and filth coat the abrasive vocals as the band tip their cap to Pantera circa Cowboys From Hell! There is more blitzkrieg like thrash from the raw and barbaric Screaming in the Mirror and Tear Us Apart is a simple, solid track that keeps its hooks in your skin. Coming near to the close with penultimate track Soul to Give which keeps the solos coming and the groove flowing before closing with Exit Reality, a low key but effective outro! Take all the great thrash acts you loved growing up and then add in a little raw Kaos seasoning and you have The Pits of Existence.
Thanks for the support!
Aleister / FAUST
Destructive Music UK review of:
Release: Speed or Bleed EP
Label: Malevolence Records
Location: Katwijk, Holland
Release Date: 8th November 2009
Reviewer: Luke Hayhurst
Rating: 7 out of 10
Dutch thrashers T.C.F. may have called it a day but that’s no reason not to check them out. Released in 2009, the Speed or Bleed EP was the bands second release and kicks off with Core 88, a fast speed slice of old school thrash with anthem like choruses, aggressive vocals and maniacally speedy riffs. Frenetic drumming and bass work completes the effect and soon enough Dead on Arrival is slamming out of your stereo as this ten minute long release flies by in whirlwind of alcohol fueled thrash madness. There is no let up in the intensity or pace during Scumbags but then this is the Speed or Bleed EP so what do you expect? If you can believe it Same Shit is even faster and even finds time for a little drum solo and a bass solo between the chants of “Same old shit, Same old shit” and the multitude of guitar solo wankery that adorns every decent thrash release. See nothing, Hear Nothing ends things in a similar style to the rest of the EP and as I always say when listening to T.C.F and their catchy grooves, its a shame they are not still going!
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