JorZine - Exile - Suspended Society... Mutilated Variety

Exile - Suspended Society... Mutilated Variety

Label: Unsigned/independent

Reviewer: Rak Hiasat - 2012-09-04

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8/10 7.5/10 8/10 7.5/10 7.5/10

Highlights:  Iron Hands

When the album opens up, sums it up very well; after years of biting through all these  weak thrash bands in middle east , there is finally a Thrash band that actually succeeds in giving me a good kick in the head and leaving me bleeding with a smile on my face. The opening riffs are the most amazing Thrash Riffs and there are a lot of things within the album. In the middle of this out, the songs slows down and Nader does some nice riffs to pull my head up , followed by an amazing drums technique. This is definitely the good Thrash anthem in middle east.


The form In album always follows the technical Thrash standards set in the opening track quite well. There is a strange break in the middle (there is a key change and a heavy tempo change) I had to get used to in the beginning, but once I did, this album was already two out of two after not even ten minutes of playing time. The riff after the solo in the slow section with the incorporated drumming are among the most amazing on the album, even though it's hard to pick a best moment from a near good album.


Follows and there's still no sign of deterioration. The teasing intro riff full of breaks, keeps on returning and again, there are lots and lots of changes to be found in this outift, which in the end turns into total chaos. Gotta love it!

No more words to say, just Thrash On!!!


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