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A Promising Start

This is the first full length album from these guys (at least that I am aware of). A couple of tracks are new recordings of older songs from previous EP's but the arrangements have been updated and mixed up enough to keep it refreshing and worth purchasing again. MONSTER catchy as all hell riffing, harsh vocal work, ferocious leads what else could a headbanger want. Manages to be catchy and abrassive at the same time like thrash should. While there might not be anything ground breaking here this is quality work from a promising young thrash band.

Highlights include: Relativity, Casulty of War, At The Mountains of Madness, Generation Why, Pull The Trigger, & Fools Paradise Moster riffs.

Pure thrash!

This album is a monster of thrash metal! Nice fast riffs, face-melting solos, very aggressive but still catchy! Knowing how young these guys are and that this is their first album is just mind-blowing! They are the future of thrash!


This is a good start to a newer thrash band that has a unique sound to make them stand out from the croud. My only critique is of the album artwork, not very thrash like. I would suggest Tom from LICH KING!!!!!!


Formed: 2004 in Worth, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Practically born to thrash, Diamond Plate were formed in 2004 in the Chicago suburb of Worth, Illinois. Though just teenagers when the band came together, the trio's sound was rooted in the classic thrash metal sound of the '80s, borrowing from masters of the genre like Metallica and Anthrax to help revive the sound decades later. Consisting of guitarist Konrad Kupiec, singer and bassist Jon Macak, and drummer Jim Nicademus, Diamond Plate cut their teeth with a pair of self-released EPs, 2008’s Mountains...
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