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||Date: August 28, 2013 at 20:52|
|We're champion of supercup of king 2013 Visca Barca
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 13, 2014 at 21:01|
|Leave it to these Canadian proto-thrash goofballs to come up with "Butter-Bust Jerky," the only metal song I can think of about the joys of titty-fucking. You gotta like Anvil at least a little bit, as many of the later thrash kings gave them props. And the whole "hard luck, hard work" story as told in the documentary makes you want to root for them. But the actual tunes? Not so much of a fan. Some say they were ahead of their time, but somehow, I can't see them standing out from the pack of second- and third-tier thrash bands even if they HAD come out a few years later. I think the appeal lies in the relative obscurity of the band, and their own lovable silliness, rather than the actual music. maybe it was different back in the day, up north.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: February 18, 2016 at 3:13|
|3rd step for ANVIL and def the weakest at the time and i just stopped checking em out after that!the approach and the sound is more heavy,but the real problem is the lack of catchy songs and the production which is very flat and the drums are more in the front than they should!maybe fans who listen only to metal will appreciate its energy and musicianship
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