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A little-known gem.

"Decameron", by the thrash metal band Epidemic (not to be confused with a different band of the same name that also have their music on iTunes) is a solidly packed turbine of top tier early 90's metal. From the blinding speed of "Hate" and "Territories", to the epic aggression of "Circle of Fools" and "Vision Divine", to the anthem-like "Factor Red", this album grabs you by the balls with an iron fist and never lets go. Influence from bands like Slayer is evident here, as is the incorporation of Death Metal style riffs along with Thrash-esque drumming and vocals combine to make Decameron an unforgettable album by an unfortunately short-lived band.

Biography

Formed: 2000

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

San Francisco's Epidemic joined the crowded Bay Area thrash metal party in 1988, using that year's Immortal Minority demo to secure a deal with Metalcore Records, and unleashing their debut album, The Truth of What Will Be..., by 1990. Two years later, and now signed to Metal Blade, vocalist Carl Fulli, guitarists Erik Moggridge and Guy Higbey, bassist Mark Bodine, and drummer Bob Cochran had realized that thrash was passé and used their next album, Decameron, as a transition point into death metal,...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Aug 04, 1992

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