Release Date: 9 Oct 1995
Length: 54 Minutes
Genre: Thrash / Hardcore
Studio Albums: 1993 – River Runs Red; 1997 – Soul Searching Sun; 2005 – Broken Valley
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Release Date: 26 May, 2014
Length: 55 minutes
Genre: Thrash Metal
Studio Albums: This is their debut album
It’s been a little while since the last batch of music samples has been posted for your listening pleasure. Now that I have had a nice break in career activities I found time to sift through a bunch of emails. Below is an assortment of things that might interest you. My goal, as it is most of the time, is to bring you bands that cross a broad spectrum of genres for your sampling enjoyment. As always we give thanks to those that reach out to us. Thank you for thinking of us. Enjoy this edition of What’s Cookin’ in the Inbox.
Band: Vie Jester
From: Los Angeles, CA
Social Media: facebook
The opening riff in H8 Ball reminds me of a familiar Pantera riff. The similarity kind of ends there as the song evolves, but that particular riff gives me an early Pantera feeling. Besides, there are tons of worse bands to be compared to; Pantera is surely a complement. Unlike many opening thrash songs that are fast and pulse pounding, this one is more calculated, slow, and bone crushing. II is the name of Def-Con-One’s second studio album. It’s a simple enough title broadly indicating the sophomore effort, but does it hold its own weight against their debut, one that was given the nod of approval two years ago here on A Metal State of Mind? In short, yes. Their debut was described as a militaristic style with its machine gun double bass and tight riffing. II offers a similarly intense level of ferocity as Warface, but it’s packaged a bit differently.