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“The high impact of their music is truly awesome!”

“If you’re looking for anything other than well-written, well-played thrash then you’ll be disappointed. But if you want something to grab a beer and mosh to, then The Forbidden Knowledge is worth a listen. 7/10”

“...hell, if Baloff was an Aussie he'd probably dig these guys and be screaming "Throw another poser on the barbie!" at their shows! Sorry, I couldn't resist, but these guys are fairly brutal and straight forward thrash metal and being from the land of Oz...”

“The Aussies strike again. Don’t know what it is about this site that hits so well over in this mammoth of the Commonwealth but it must be our rugged adventurous spirit. At least that’s what I’ll keep telling myself. Though few bands outside of Mortal Sin get mass press in the realm of Australian thrash, Randomorder gives retro thrash junkies a reason to turn their sails towards Oceania. Randomorder plays 80′s style thrash in the vein of Sepultura or early Kreator but with vocalist Gabe Letham most times sounding instead like Dave Vincent of Morbid Angel fame. Intrigued? You should be.”

“There's always an amount of skepticism every time an unknown thrash band requests a review. You have to wonder if they will be one of those bands that manages to capture something special and stands out, or if they will be just another generic retro-thrash act. Well, Australia's Randomorder is the former. This band is definitely one that should be known more, coming from a scene that is dominated by some very awesome black/thrash bands, Randomorder adds some nice variety”