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Krush the Enemy

Warbeast Audio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 27, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Housecore Records
  • ASIN: B003BQO0M4
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #147,316 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Krush the Enemy
2. Unleashed
3. Self Will Run Riot
4. The Plague At Hand
5. Born With a Blackened Heart
6. Scorched Earth Policy
7. Guardian Angel
8. The Controller
9. Stalker
10. We Are the Vultures

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most excellent! May 28, 2010
By Johnny
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The other day I randomly wondered if there was a metal band called Warbeast, since it seemed like such an obvious and awesome band name. Typed it in on Amazon, and saw that, hey, there is a band called Warbeast, and they just released their first album a few weeks. Figured it was fate and that I should probably get it. Glad I did, because it is awesome! The vocals aren't typical thrash vocals, but that's ok. While I generally prefer the higher vox, Warbeast's deep, but clean vocal style is a welcome change. The music is heavy and thrashy, but not retro thrashy. The 80's influence is definitely there, but with a modern sensibility.

Pantera Phil produces, but that wasn't a specific selling point for me--though it doesn't hurt. If you dig metal, I say, buy it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Just like when thrash first came on the scene it was dominated by east and west thrash slayer,megadeth,metalica vs. overkill. Then Texas bands rigor mortis gammacide and pantera came. This is a collabartion of all of those bands. Scott Shelby, Rick Perry, and Bruce Corbitt. Shelby and Perry share solo's flawlessly and Corbitts vocals will make your ears orgasm. Alan Bovee also shines in the album mainly with self run riot being bass heavy. Joey Gonzalez tears the album up with ridiclous drumming. The best technical song is Born with a blackend heart, but Stalker and the solos of Guardian angel are my personal favorites. See them live, although they've lost Rick Perry now for Bobby Tillotson.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A thrash gem I didn't know I bought! October 14, 2011
Yes, that sounds like somebody who was a little confused or worse at the music store, but I was in a hurry and intended to check out Warbringer. I grabbed Warbeast instead, the last part of the CD covered by the one in front of it. Anyway, as far as metal covers go, it certainly looked like the right one at a quick glance.
So when I got home and unwrapped it, I did a double take and thought, oh boy. I've just spent $15 on a complete unknown. But I was not disappointed. Seeing Phil Anselmo's production credit was neither here nor there, but at least I was sure I wasn't getting some scream core crap. Well, "Krush The Enemy" could be one of the greatest accidental purchases I'll ever make. This powerhouse has delivered a bruiser of a debut, one deep in musicianship that embraces all the best of thrash and stays farther away from those goddamn blast beats preferring for actual tempos, not that the drummer doesn't show off his chops in the right places, ala Dave Lombardo, which is pretty strong company.
Sonically, I'd put Warbeast somewhere in the "Vulgar Display of Power" era Pantera, recent Exodus, especially "Tempo Of The Damned", and Skeleton Witch, which means you're getting one heavy album. They feature mid-range vocals instead of screamo deathcore, guitar wizardry and plenty of their own identity to put these guys at the top of the new thrash outfits, good company with Revocation or Havoc. Evile might do well to take these guys out on the road, both having tons of energy and guaranteeing a hell of a show. We'll be hearing a lot from Warbeast if things go well for them.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Debut Album from Warbeast March 30, 2014
From Texas comes another band in the new wave of thrash, the crushing Warbeast. Featuring the vocals of Bruce Corbitt from cult favorite thrash band Rigor Mortis, this band destroys. They have speed, groove, blistering solos, and pulverizing drums. Each song on their debut stands out as memorable with unique riffs and lyrics. They also have a split EP with Phil Anselmo called "War of the Gargantuas" that has two songs by them, and their follow-up album to this one, "Destroy." While being a relatively new band to the scene, Warbeast has some metal veterans in their ranks and know how to write killer thrash songs. I can't really pick favorite songs here; I like them all equally, as this has no filler material. Just ten songs of pure power that bring to mind older thrash bands like Exodus, Sacred Reich, and Vio-lence, while still sounding like a band of today's times. I highly recommend Warbeast to any fan of late '80's, early '90's thrash metal. They have the goods.
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