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Album Review

The first concept album from the heady, Philly-based thrashers, and their first for new label Earache, Terminal Redux expands on the tech-heavy, progressive-minded prowess of 2011's Outer Isolation with an even more ambitious set of sci-fi neo-thrash transmissions. Built around a narrative concerning an astronaut coming to terms with an existential crisis that arises from his discovery of the key to immortality, the ten-track set delivers a near constant stream of virtuosic riffing and punishing beats, peppered with cosmic utterances both snarled and crooned. Throughout, Vektor's showy, neoclassical leanings never undermine the muscular, Kill 'Em All-era Metallica savagery that's made them leading lights in the post-Voivod thrash era, and Terminal Redux, for all its detours into knotty, prog-tastic futurism, delivers both brains and brawn with extreme prejudice.

Customer Reviews


Vektor does it again. Perfection incarnated. The way this album wraps up is sooo good.


Amazing Vektor Album from the vocals to the guitar and bass work to the insane drumming. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


10/10 - Man this is an amazing album. An essential listen in metal and music in general. A true classic that should be put along side the greatest albums in metal and rock. You guys hit this out of the park and into stratosphere that will be hard for your contemporaries to touch. Outstanding!!!--I just can't say enough.


Genre: Rock

Years Active:

A punishing progressive thrash metal unit based out Philadelphia, the seeds for Vektor were sewn in Tempe, Arizona in 2002 by frontman/guitarist David DiSanto. Initially operating under the moniker Locrian, the band officially morphed into Vektor in 2004, and quickly became one of the leading lights in the region's fertile metal scene, sharing the stage with notable national acts like Testament, Iced Earth, and Municipal Waste. The band issued their self-released demo, Demolition, in 2006, and began...
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