Born To Thrash - Live In Germany [CD]【Japan Edition w/ OBI】


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DESTRUCTION / Born To Thrash - Live In Germany
【Japan Edition】CD w/Obi

・W/ exclusive Japanese OBI Strip
・Include exclusive booklet with Japanese liner notes 

Release Date: July 17th 2020

01. Curse The Gods
02. Nailed To The Cross
03. Born To Perish
04. Mad Butcher
05. Life Without Sense
06. Betrayal
07. Total Desaster
08. The Butcher Strikes Back
09. Thrash Till Death
10. Bestial Invasion

SCHMIER (Bass / Vocals)
MIKE (Guitar)
DAMIR (Drums)

For the first time in a quarter of a century, the twin-guitar system has been adopted, and Destruction's live show is even more powerful. The album is now available!

Destruction won't need much explanation. Creator, along with Sodom, Tankard and others, are part of the big four of the German slashers. Destruction has been at the forefront of the thrash metal scene since the inception of thrash metal, and their 15th studio album "Born to Perish" released last year was very well received. Their 15th studio album "Born to Perish" released last year was also very popular. A second guitarist has joined the band for this album, and the trio has been protected since Schmierer's return in 1999. The end of the regime was also a big deal.

A live album entitled "Born to Slash" is to be released this time. Beginning with their 1987 masterpiece "Live without Sense", "Alive Devastation (2003), The Curse of the Antichrist - Live in Agony" (2009) and a live album are two of Destruction's specialties. There is a sense of feeling, but this time, on August 10, 2019, a large outdoor festival in Germany, Party This is a full-length recording of their stage appearance at The Metal Open Air. Since the release date for Born to Perish was August 9, 2019, the very next day. The stage was like a release party. The band performed 10 songs in total. The show started with the classic "Carse the Gods" and ended with "Bestial Invasion". This is a very typical Destruction setlist. This is the first tour of the new Destruction, the first time in a quarter of a century that the band has formed a twin guitar system. It is also very interesting in terms of documentation. The addition of another guitarist to the band in the first place was also a way to power up the live show. This album proves how well it works. If you're a thrash fan, this is an album you shouldn't miss. A comparison with the masterpiece "Live without Sense" recorded by a four-piece band It would be interesting to try.

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