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WAR WITHOUT END


1. Total War
2. Systematic Genocide
3. Dread Command
4. Hell On Earth
5. At the Crack Of Doom
6. Beneath the Waves
7. Instruments Of Torture
8. Shoot To Kill
9. Born Of the Ruins
10. Combat Shock
11. Untitled

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 5, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B0011WMHZ2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,327 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Earthdog on February 12, 2008
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I have to say these guys are quite impressive to say the least. I am an old school metal head who owns hundreds of thrash metal Cd's mostly from the golden era who happens to live in WARBRINGER's home town. I actually met a couple of these guys a while ago as they stopped me one night and stated talking metal due to a concert T shirt I had on at the time. They are quite young and were at that time still in high school. I though it was cool that they were up on the old stuff but to tell you the truth was a little skeptical about their band they told me about. That was until I got hold their EP "One By One The Wicked Fall". I was in total shock at how good it was ( and is ) when I first slapped it into my CD player!!

And now with the release of their first full length CD I am even more astounded by the immensely killer sonic destruction that lays waste to my
friggin' brain ears & house every time I crank this gem up on my system.

If I was ever in doubt that a group of kids ( hey I'm old alright ) just out of high school and missing the heyday of thrash by 20 years could thrash with the best of them ( I mean that!!! ) than let it be said that I no longer doubt!!! These guys own your soul. If you dig killer aggressive thrash metal played with style and a aircraft carrier load of musical talent then buy this CD now !!!!
It's worth twice this price or more !!!!

Thrash 'Til Death baby cause this CD might kill ya !! :p
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Sean T. Haidul on February 8, 2008
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not much else to say about this album besides it is a must and i mean must own for thrash fans . it pulls influence from every great thrash band of the past to just make their own killer sound ......... to me, its like Artillery meets Destruction with just a slight dash of Slayer ..... but so much more. great breaks, great solos, ripping drums and bass and intense vocals. i cant say enough about these guys , and i hear they are like 18 years old .... absolutly insane. there is some great things goin on in the Cali thrash scene, check out merciless death, fueled by fire,avenged in blood, dekapitator ..... u aint metal if u dont dig this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Razr Maxx on September 6, 2009
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Well, as you may know Thrash Metal kind of died as a thriving genre back in, oh say 1990 or so... Well, apparently over the past few years, I'd say starting around 2000/2001, it began a revival, with old school '80s bands either reuniting or going back to their roots (refering to Germany's Destruction and Kreator). So it was probably no surprise that about around that time, other bands started to form that played the classic '80s sounding thrash. And of course, it takes a handful of years before a burgeoning band is able to get their first major album recorded and distributed worldwide. Warbringer is one of these bands. Forming in 2004, and getting their debut album released in 2008. It's clear from their sound and vocal style that they get a lot of their influence from the German Thrash bands, namely Kreator, Sodom, and Destruction. They even credit Mille Petrozzi in their liner notes.

That said, how is their debut album? Pretty good, both musically and production wise. Vocals are great, like i said they are very similar to Mille's. The one thing that I wished they would do more often, is to change up their tempos of bit. They need some melodic sections in the middle of their songs to break up the straight up thrash riffs. They do to some extent, but they're not nearly long or varied enough. As the songs themselves are generally in the 3-4 minute range. To really get variety in one's songs, they need to be in the 4-6 minute range. Kreator's songs are in this range and they do have that melodic part. Exodus, or who I like to call the epic thrashers, write songs that often go into the 7-8 minute ranges. Almost progessive metal territory.

But anyway, Warbringer is a great new school thrash revival band.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ben on March 15, 2014
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My first Warbringer experience was at a bar in Maplewood, Minnesota. Everyone just stood around during the first band, so when Warbringer came onstage I was not expecting much. I didn't have any idea who they were at the time, and I had gone to see Exodus and Kreator anyway.

Next thing I know, the lights are off, I'm being mashed violently against the front barricade, and the friend I had brought along got swept away screaming by a murderous circle pit, all to the tune of "Total War." Shortly thereafter lead singer John Kevill took a stage dive right onto my face (I can proudly report that I did not let him hit the floor), and guitarist Adam Carroll pounded a beer right in front of me.

I never did find my friend, but I did discover my new favorite thrash band. War Without End entered my metal collection a few days after the show, and it has proven a most worthy addition. It's all in the band name and album title, really: War Without End is the soundtrack to World War III. All the lyrics reference war and violence to varying degrees; titles like "Total War" and "Combat Shock" require no explanation, while others such as "Beneath the Waves" and "Born of the Ruins" are slightly more subtle. Don't relax though- they'll still tear your face off if you don't brace yourself for impact.

Given that practically every song on the record is about a planet ravaged by violence, it's only fitting that Warbringer include one track about the ruler of this war-torn world. I think it's pretty obvious who that is, but in case you're confused, (spoiler alert!) it's Satan. The track in question is "At the Crack of Doom," and it's one of the most evil concoctions you'll hear in all of thrash. I highly recommend checking it out.
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