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||Date: April 22, 2004 at 7:19|
|Channel Zero was the best metal band we ever had in Belgium, thx channel boys!!! Their first cd's is also one off my favorites ever
||Date: July 1, 2015 at 13:00|
|Yeah, I agree with Ruf, I'm so glad I was turned on to this back in my thrash days, hard to think my life without this absolute brilliant rocker, a band that had the talent to hang with any of them, they just came out with this bad motherfucker, then seemed to put the thrash blueprint away, and went more hard styled metal, but this fucker hangs up there in my life thrash favs with Death Angels Act 3, Slayers Reign In Blood, Kreators Coma Of Souls, Sepulturas Arise, and Nuclear Assaults Handle With Care, those are some pretty big names in my book, and this easily fits right in with them, you don't believe me check it out yourself, these songs are every bit as good as any of those bands songs I just listed, and the band itself, possibly the tightest, the only band that might sound tighter would be that Death Angel Act 3, if you love thrash, and missed this, you better check it out now, or you dont really love thrash.
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