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Ultimate Heavy Music

This Album is totally an essential for a heavy rocker! Just buy it, that is all I'm gonna say. WOOP!!

Fun

The thrash metal renaissance continues apace and this is a very worthy addition. Sounds exactly like something from 1986 and the listener has just as much fun as the band clearly had recording it. It`s nothing new of course ( although it`s been so long since many bands have made this sort of stuff it may sound fresher to younger ears ) but for now I`m loving these new thrash bands and Gama Bomb are amongst the best ( check out Municipal Waste, Evile, Bonded By Blood and Warbringer for more! ).

is it 1989?

Thrash metal? from ireland? in the 2000s? now im interested. seriously this is one of those new skool thrash albums you HAVE to own. Like a modern Reign In Blood. GET IT

Biography

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Gama Bomb hail from Dublin, Ireland, where bandmembers Philly Byrne (vocals), Domo Dixon (lead guitar), Luke Graham (rhythm guitar), Joe McGuigan (bass and vocals), and Paul Caffrey (drums) were raised on a varied diet of video games, horror movies, comic books, and, most important of all, classic '80s thrash. Originally founded in 2002, the group's constantly mobile lineups honed their sound on a pair of demos and countless live shows before debuting with 2005's self-explanatory Survival of the...
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