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Massive Aggressive

Municipal WasteAudio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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So what happens when a band’s riotous reputation catches up with them? Precautionary measures are taken and they - of course - get banished, only this time, it’s into space! When the greedy ship captain hordes the food rations, the crew kicks into survival mode, commit mutiny, and devour their captain skewing the story into a horrific yet fantastic cannibalistic voyage into space ... Read more in Amazon's Municipal Waste Store

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  • Audio CD (August 25, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Earache Records
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,780 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2009 album from the Virginia-based Thrash revivalists. 'Harder, faster and louder' is the perfect description of Massive Aggressive. Building on the now-classic Hazardous Mutation and The Art Of Partying, Municipal Waste have crafted the bottom line in crossover Thrash and Speed Metal, banishing comparisons of old by becoming the pinnacle of their genre and releasing the essential all-round Metal release of 2009! With Massive Aggressive, MW have upped the ante and pushed crossover Thrash to its ultimate limit.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars RADDDDD!!!!!!!! September 24, 2009
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This album kicks ass, the other reviewer Sam doesnt know what the fok he is talking about. Awesome riffs, some great 2-step beats, good throwbacks to early thrash. I don't know how any one couldn't like this album. That kid must have been breast fed speed or something to say this is too slow. This has about the same pace as the other MW albums, so don't be deterred, I almost did but followed my gut anyways and I'm happy with my buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Massive Impressive March 15, 2010
Format:Audio CD
At first listen, the latest album by Municipal Waste is same old, same old. The band knows their '80s crossover revival is a huge hit with modern fans of hardcore punk mixed with thrash metal at intensely high speeds for insanely short song lengths. Crossover is a dying art, and the Waste deliver their hardest to keep it alive. Listening to them is like shot-gunning a two-liter of Monster Java through the nose.

Massive Aggressive is another notch in a beer and blood stained belt for the Virginia four-piece. The new album predictably delivers the goods, business-as-usual: all the songs are roughly two minutes in length, sounding like Thrash Zone-era D.R.I. meets early Cro-Mags with updated crisp production values. However, the band understood what made their last disc, The Art of Partying grow staler than three-week old lukewarm Keystone Ice -- a lack of variety and maybe even inspiration. Every song on that album was an ode to beer. So, the new album does away with the repetition, and brings the party through action and not description.

"Divine Blasphemer" features an Iron Maiden type twin guitar solo at the end, "Upside Down Church" kicks off with a Biohazard-inspired mosh riff and "Acid Sentence" slows down to a mid-tempo groove for a New York hardcore-styled middle break that initiates immediate headbanging. A huge focus on melody re-energizes the band's breakneck riffs, and glimpses of `actual' songwriting, from key changes to varied riffing styles drawing more from the punk side than the metal side of their musical equation ... all provide evidence that Municipal Waste choose to remain relevant, even if filling a well-established niche with little in the way of competition.

Singer Tony Foresta still sounds exactly like D.R.I.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars new ERA of thrash May 10, 2010
By Deimos
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is an excellent album from a truly great new era thrash band. I said new era not nu. This is the real deal, pure thrash no posers like Bullet for My Valentine and As I lay Dying. Amazing riffs, killer vox and just the classic thrash sound we all love, excellent job. \m/
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5.0 out of 5 stars throwback to the good ole' days September 24, 2009
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If you loved D.R.I., S.O.D. and other crossover bands, municipal waste is a breath of fresh air amongst all the cookie-cutter crap out there. Can't recommend them highly enough!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hard to not rock your head June 4, 2013
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Love these guys. They embody a terrific fresh embrace of thrash goodness, sans over production. A hardcore vocal cadence, without pretentious poser BS. Just good times to be found here...head bouncing thrashy fun...with an occasional crunchy groove.

Massive! And, Agressive!

Plus, they put out LIVE...go see 'em!!! Great Show!
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There has been a truly unquantifiable number of thrash bands that have formed this side of the year 2000. See, some of them are modern thrash, some are groove metal, and some are just trying to latch themselves onto the suddenly very popular new wave. But only a select bunch of these groups are pure thrash metal through and through. Virginia's Municipal Waste definitely fall into the latter camp.

Their fourth record, 2009's "Massive Aggressive," spills over with seizure-inducing thrash grooves, and instrumental interplay that is just relentless. Guitarist Ryan Waste's fretwork is consistently scalding, chunky, belligerent, and abrasive, and it is hammered home by a rock-solid rhythm section. The bass is consistently meaty and grumbling, and is even granted a couple of bass interludes; and the godly drummer, Dave Witte (who has built a well-respected name for himself in the grindcore community playing for bands like Discordance Axis and Burnt By The Sun), turns out wave after wave of grinding blasts and blistering thrash beats. Witte also occasionally tosses in a few more mid-tempo, hardcore punk-inspired beats, but for the most part, his playing is very brutal, uncompromising, and impeccably tight and precise.

True, M.W. do wear their influences proudly on their sleeves pretty much all throughout "Massive Aggressive." Tracks three and thirteen, for example, play like "Reign In Blood"-era Slayer b-sides, only with better drumming. See, "Divine Blasphemer" has some excellent, and really dexterous drum patterns; and the set closing "Acid Sentence" echoes out with quick, thundering, bottom-heavy blasts. (The former song also features some nice, melodic lead work near the end, though, too.
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