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Album Review

Originally released circa 1986, At War's debut album Ordered to Kill was power-trio thrash of the high-velocity Motorhead/Slayer variety.

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classic and rare metal and it is here if your into classic speed metel in the old kreator and destruction style. It also has a little bit of old slayer and mercyful fate and from the same era. Nothing else to add to this, well.... you know what to do.

Must Have for Old-School Thrash Fans...

An absolute buy, for fans of old school thrash. Just total kick-in-your-teeth METAL! Their remake of The Hammer is flawless. These guys were a big influence on me and the whole Va Beach scene, back in the day. Glad to see they've reunited!

Great classic thrash metal.

Awesome, Motorhead inspired war metal.


Formed: 1984 in Virginia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Originally formed in 1984, Virginia-based heavy metal trio At War featured Paul Arnold (vocals/bass), Shawn Helsel (guitar), and Dave Stone (drums). After circulating their Eat Lead demo, they recorded two albums of raw, visceral speed metal: 1986's Ordered to Kill and 1988's Retaliatory Strike. Released by the tiny New Renaissance label and suffering from somewhat dicey production quality, these quickly got lost amid the glut of thrash metal bands doing the rounds back then -- despite some...
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