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“Predatory Violence hauen mit ihrem Album „Hate Nation“ ordentlich auf die Ohren. Die Jungs vom Chiemsee bastelten zwischen März bis August 2010 eine gute Portion Gebrüll mit Tiefgang zusammen. Ihr Werk ist zwar steigerungsfähig, aber schon mal sehr ordentlich. Allgemein gesagt wurde das Album in Zusammenarbeit mit Burkhard Lehrbach und Killer Metal Records auf den Markt geschmissen. Die Texte haben wir A. Machine , dem Sänger, zu verdanken. 2005 entstand die Band um A. Machine (Rhythem Guitar/Lead and Backing vokills!) herum. Heute zählen sich zudem J. Wolf (Bass/Backshouts), D.Emon (Drums/Backshouts) und Mr. Chris (Lead and Rhythm Guitar/Backshouts) dazu. Das Cover; hämisch grinst einem das Logo der Band entgegen. Locker und leger mit Kippe zwischen den Knochenzähnen. Über einer nächtlichen Stadt sammelt sich das Böse, das Schlechte der Menschheit und formiert sich zu einem gewaltigen Kampfhund, der in die Nacht hinaus schreit......”

“Drinking a beer, I’m listening to Hate Nation, the band’s 3rd full-length. The 4 bastards that make up this band have come up with another Thrashing album that seems to have been mostly influenced by Pantera (Cowboys, Vulgar Display and Far Beyond Driven). I hear those same grooving riffs and the drum sound is somewhat clinical, typical of those albums. The production is good with a lot of bass but I would have liked to hear a sharper/clearer sound, especially with the guitars. It would make those very tight played riffs stand out more and make the album sound even more aggressive. A. Machine is responsible for the sharp raspy vokills (quoting the band, not Marco this time!) and he’s spitting out lyrics that handle subjects like society, domestic violence, against authority, etc. Not in a hippy-like fashion but honest views and criticism. Again a nice release coming from the country that seems to have a never ending supply of Thrash bands. -Rottendlijk-”


“Si no te gusta el Thrash Metal, lo mejor es que no sigas leyendo esta review, porque Predatory Violence es simplemente eso, puro Thrash! Estos alemanes formados en el 2005, han estado de gira por su país natal, así como otros países europeos como República Checa, Luxemburgo, Bélgica y Austria, y recientemente han editado este álbum titulado “Hate Nation”, en el cual muestran todo su poderío desde el comienzo con “Rage, Anger And Hate” hasta el final con “Predatory Fuck Machine”. .....FOLLOW THE LINK AND READ MORE WORDS FROM... Jorge Patacas.”

“From Bavaria, Germany comes a relatively new thrash band (for more details, read the interview further on in this issue) with Die Thrash Granate des Monats entitled ‘Hate Nation’. The CD was released through Killer Metal Records, the label that proudly brought us ’Scourged Earth Policy’ by Anihilated last year. The album starts off the way you would expect a thrash album to. ‘Rage Anger And Hate’ has an immense wall of sound, which holds to the last track ‘Predatory Fuck Machine’. After that you will be tempted to start the CD over again and enjoy the music once more. If you enjoyed bands like Hate Squad, Tankard or Grip Inc. in the past, I suspect you’ll enjoy this album as well! I keep this review short for now because you can read all info’s on Predatory Violence in the aforementioned interview, but if you buy only one thrash album this month, this is the one! Rating: 80/100 (details)”