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Album Review

The Italian black/thrash metal band Bulldozer may have been inspired to re-form by the Polish label Metal Mind's 2006 box set of their late-'80s work, Regenerated in the Grave. It certainly wasn't because they'd made a quantum leap in musicianship and wanted to share it with their old fans. Unexpected Fate sounds almost exactly like their old stuff did — a jackhammer blend of Motörhead and Venom, with some German thrash (Sodom, Destruction) thrown in. There's nothing subtle about the ten songs on Unexpected Fate, though some of them are at least slightly catchy. Vocalist A.C. Wild possesses only the most rudimentary growl, but he puts it over with conviction, and his bandmates chant the choruses emphatically behind him. The few sonic surprises (like the clean guitar that briefly pops up on the Suicidal Tendencies-ish "Use Your Brain") only serve to emphasize the classic/retro feel of the rest of the record. This is a pretty good album, as comebacks by '80s thrash also-rans go. It's inessential, but it has its moments.


Formed: 1980 in Milan, Italy

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Rude, crude, and just plain noxious, Italy's incomparably primitive Bulldozer were immediately tagged as their country's answer to black metal founding fathers Venom. But like the often reviled Venom, Bulldozer have, in retrospect, gained some measure of belated respect for helping to see the fledgling black metal movement through its early growing pains. Formed in Milan in 1980 by guitarist Andy Panigada and bassist Dario Carria, Bulldozer were temporarily forced to disband when mandatory military...
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Unexpected Fate, Bulldozer
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 10 June 2009
  • Parental Advisory

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