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Mortillery's debut is the living proof that Thrash Metal is still alive and well! Hailing from Edmonton, the band is hungry, ferocious, full of energy and seems to be able to write great songs in their sleep. The first riffs are statement enough that this album will result in serious whiplash. Mortillery will not just satisfy fans of the genre but also convert newbies to Die-Hard Thrash Metal Fans. Death to all Posers!

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"An album that belongs on the same shelf with Metallica's Kill Em All<?i>, MEGADETH'S Killing Is My Business, and Anthrax's Fistful of Metal" --Dead Void Dreams
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  • Audio CD (July 10, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Napalm Records
  • ASIN: B007XT7WV6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #282,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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As the title of their debut album would imply, Mortillery is one of those casual, honest thrash bands that just sounds like they’re having a good time. The riffs and solos are competent, but not necessarily something you’ve never heard before. I do not mean that in a negative way though, as the musicians behind the instruments certainly have plenty of talent. There’s just no new boundaries being broken here.

The lyrics are quite the same in that they’re exactly what someone would expect. Song titles such as “Countless Suicide,” “Voracious Undead” and “Evil Remains” should tell you enough about this band’s lyrical themes.

However, unlike the typical run-of-the-mill thrash metal lyrics, the person bellowing out those lines has quite a bit more uniqueness. I typically like female vocalists in metal bands (rare as they are) and Cara McCutchen is no exception. Her quick delivery of screams, shouts and everything in between combines well with the steady bombardment of thrashery delivered by her bandmates.

As for the album as a whole, it is a little strange for me, since (save for the title track) there’s really no one song that pops out to me as my favorite. They’re all just good, solid, no bull***t thrash tracks. A catchy chorus or riff here and a cool solo there, but no song really has everything combined to make the ‘obvious number one track’ in my opinion. At the same time though, I couldn’t really pick a track on this album to skip. They’re all just solid. No fluff, but nothing that blew me away either.

Side note: There's also 3 demos tacked onto the end of this album as bonus tracks. Not as enjoyable as the other tracks in my opinion but hey, it's bonus material.

That being said, I’d expect this band to only get better with time, so I look forward to what they put out in the future. As for now, this isn’t a bad option if you’re looking for some new thrash, but don’t expect a masterpiece.
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