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Band: TOXIC TRACE
Title: Torment
Format: CD
Release Date: 3/Jan/2011
Price: $12.00 USD

EBM records presents the 8th offering of the "Thrash is Back" Series.

Influenced by first-wave of German thrash metal bands such as Kreator, Sodom and Destruction TOXIC TRACE, the new formidable Serbian force, offers some of the most raw and crude Speed/Thrash metal coming from Europe at this modern day.

Unstopable Speed is the main reference of this Thrash Tornado that along with other killer acts such as Pollution, Nadimac and Space Eater have put Serbia in the World Wide map as a reference and home of some of the new Metal Forces that surely will make history in fastgrowing thrash metal revival.

Torment is the band's debut full-length and is already destined to be one of the fastest Speed/Thrash metal albums of Today's Thrash Metal scene.

> Track List
1. Haunted 6. Butchered
2. Witch from hell 7. Against the cross
3. Slaughter 8. The antichrist
4. Religion is slavery 9. Flag of hate (Kreator cover)
5. Tormentor
> Sound Sample

> Reviews
Metal Temple
The album name is ironic, here, because listening to TOXIC TRACE 's new album is anything but “Torment”. In fact, this crusty old Thrashard enjoys it quite a bit. The album is made up of super-fast, super-thin thrash that does not let up for nine tracks and 34 minutes. Think early DEATH stuffed in a bloody blender with a young SEPULTURA and you are in the right ballpark.

All the tracks on “Torment” are in the three to four minute range, so they are fully developed even though they all seem to flash by like lightning. It often seems as if the drummer just can't slow down. Even mid-paced intros frequently give way to speed metal verses and blistering choruses.

Lyrically, the band seems to be a bit hung up on religion and Satanism. The songs include colorful titles such as “Witch from Hell” , “Religion is Slavery” , “Against the Cross” and  “The Antichrist” . And before you ask – no, that's not a SLAYER cover.

It has been a while since I've heard a Thrash album this basic, honest and beautiful. TOXIC TRACE is at their best when they boost their speeds to barely believable, and thankfully, that's the band's preferred tempo. Speed Metal lovers take note: This young Serbian band is definitely a group to watch, and there are even rumors of a new EP.
Dark Scene
Moshmachine wird wieder ordentlich durchgebumst . Die holde Verführung stammt aus dem Hause EBM Rec. und schimpft sich Toxic Trace . Gegründet wurde das Trio 2007 von Djurla (Drums), Dushman (Guitar/Voc) und Mimi (Bass) in Serbien. Beeinflusst von alten Kreator , Destruction und Sodom spielte man in heimischen Landen den ein oder anderen Gig. 2008 begann man mit dem eigenen Songwriting. Dies mündete in der 2009 veröffentlichten Demo "Slaughter" . Line Up Wechsel bewegten ein wenig das Besetzungskakrussell. Mimi verließ die Truppe und wurde durch Max am Bass ersetzt.

2010 wurde der Longplayer "Tormentor" veröffentlicht und liegt mir nun zum Bewerten vor. Was soll ich hier große Worte darüber verlieren? Man könnte dieses Review mit folgenden Worten beenden. Wo EBM REC. draufsteht, geht die MoMa durch die Wand. Es thrashed und knallt in jeder einzelnen Nummer. Die Produktion ist so roh wie Faschiertes. Eingeläutet wird das ganze von einem kurzen Intro und artet dann im Opener "Haunted" aus. Pfeilschnelles Riffing und Drums wummsen nur so aus den Boxen. Die erste Nummer gibt bereits die Marschrichtung der kommenden restlichen Tracks vor. Stets gerade auf die 12. Keine Gnade. "Slaughter" wird von einem kurzen Kettensägenmassaker Intro eingeläutet und ufert in totaler Zerstörung mit extrem geilen Mosh Mittelpart aus. Der Rest dieses Silberlings marschiert in gleicher Richtung und prescht vor allem Tempomäßig unentwegt durch das Gehirn. Erwähnenswert ist noch das Stück "The Antichrist" . Dieser Song wird vor lauter Tempo und Schnelligkeit nur durch den groovenden Mittelpart und der Radarkontrolle in einer 30er Zone gestoppt.

Dieses Album bewirkt bei mir das gleiche wie ein Maurer. Ein Maurer schleudert den Putz an die Wand. Dieser Silberling schleudert mich sowas von daerartig an die Wand. Ds schaffen keine 100 Maurer. Weiter so und mehr davon. Fazit Moshmachine: 7 von 10 Punkten gehen nach Serbien.
Rock Music Critic
There is a part in Adam Sandler's “The Wedding Singer” where he is at the airport and a guy working there is wearing a Flock of Seagulls haircut and he asks Adam, “Do you like Flock of Seagulls?” That is what comes to mind when I listen to “Torment”, the debut from Serbian thrashers Toxic Trace. Do you like Kreator? The airport employee was wearing his love of Flock of Seagulls on his head, so it was no surprise he was a fan. Toxic Trace, named for a Kreator song, play old school German-style thrash and wear their Kreator-worship on their sleeves. Their leather and denim jacket sleeves.

While the majority of the thrash revival bands are focusing on Bay Area thrash, these guys are following in the footsteps of early thrash progenitors Kreator, Sodom, and Destruction. Sporting a somewhat lo-fi production (by today's standards) “Torment” spews forth a barrage of fast, intense thrash songs with guttural harsh vocals that do honor to the genre's pioneers. I am totally digging on this album; I can hardly sit still while listening. The production may not be as crisp and bright as I prefer, but the simple, raw energy of these songs is hard to resist. Original? Hardly. Fun? Hell yeah. Check out the track “Religion is Slavery.”
Global Thrash Assault
Perhaps one of my favorite scenes in all of thrash metal would be the old-school German thrash metal scene. The raw intensity of Kreator, Sodom and Destruction are simply unsurpassed in my book, in fact I would go as far as saying I crave this style of music. The members of Serbian thrash band Toxic Trace clearly share my passion of the iconic German scene of the late 1980's. Listening to the the bands debut album Torment is like being teleported back in time to a period in which fast wasn't nearly fast enough.

Toxic Trace  aren't exactly reinventing the wheel with Torment , in fact it's without a doubt the band wears their influence on their sleeve throughout their debut album. However if there ever was an album to prove the old adage of 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' to be true,  Torment would be it. The bands uncompromising thrash assault on the tracks "Witch From Hell" "Butchered" and "The Antichrist" encompass everything that made Kreator and Sodom so great and the bands cover of Flag of Hate is without a doubt one of the best I've ever heard.

Although Toxic Trace may not have the most original style, the music on Torment is to good to be ignored. In fact it demands your attention. Grab your copy of this old school delight (which was released through EBM Records as part of the fantastic Thrash Is Back Series ) at this location.
Stormbringer

Seit 2007 gibt es die Serben schon, man veröffentlichte 2009 ein Demo namens "Slaughter" und mit "Torment" gibt es nun ein Debütalbum.

Jeder, der KREATOR bis inklusive "Extreme Aggression" mag, kann auch hier bedenkenlos zugreifen. Die Jungs klingen wie die Altenessener, sehr oft nach "Terrible Certainty" bisweilen nach noch älterem Liedgut aus dem Ruhrpott.

Eröffnet wird mit einem Instrumental bevor es mit "Butchered" schon richtig nach vorne geht. Wie eben Mille´s Musikantenzirkel, aufs Nötigste reduziert, wird hier los musiziert. Gesanglich klingt es etwas wie ältere SEPULTURA, der Rest ist wie schon zuvor erwähnt, mit einem Schuss alte SLAYER (die Gitarrensoli haben den Charme eines Kerry King).

Gekonnt wird "Flag Of Hate" gecovert (in der Hälfte der Zeit des Originals wird der Track sehr lässig runter geholzt) und gekonnt schafft man den Spagat zwischen Anbetung der ersten Thrashwelle und moderner Produktion. Wobei "modern" hier nicht mit Metalcore-Produktionen oder ähnlichem zu verwechseln ist. Aber für eine dermaßen in den 80ern fußende Darbietung ist die Produktion schön heavy und rein geworden.
Man hört an allen Ecken und Enden, dass die Musik handgemacht ist und trotzdem ist das keine Proberaumaufnahme.

Generell ist man durchgehend rasant, "Religion Is Slavery" bietet da ein klein wenig Abwechslung, da man sich zumindest anfangs im Midtempo bewegt, der Rest des Songs geht wieder straight nach vorne im zügigen Tempo.
Dass es trotz der eher gehobenen Geschwindigkeit kaum langweilig wird, liegt doch an den kleinen Farbtupfern wie im vorgenannten Song und an der mit 35 Minuten auch sehr an die 80er erinnernden, kurzen Spielzeit.

Mit "Torment" haben wir es hier mit der achten Veröffentlichung von EBMs "Thrash Is Back"-Serie zu tun und es lohnt sich auf jeden Fall, die Veröffentlichungen des Labels anzutesten!

Wertung: 3.5 von 5.0

Metal Land

EBM Records s'est lancé dans une entreprise de grande envergure : vous noyer sous la vague revival Thrash en allant piocher un peu partout dans le monde des groupes n'ayant jamais compris que les années 90 sont finies.

L'expédition du jour nous amène en Serbie avec TOXIC TRACE dont je ne sais absolument rien, si ce n'est que, même pour un groupe de Thrash, ils jouent vite. Et qu'ils n'ont même pas vu la fin des années 90... Production garage fleurant bon les vieux classiques, vitesse d'exécution hallucinante et riffs inspirés sont là pour nous arracher un sourire de nostalgie et s'incruster en nous. Certes Torment n'est pas l'album du siècle, mais pour un premier essai il a un petit quelque chose qui donne envie d'y revenir. Sans se prendre la tête et en tablant sur leur technique, les Serbes réussissent là où beaucoup échouent en nous proposant du réchauffé : en fournissant au fan un ticket pour la fin des années 80, époque bénie pour le Thrash où KREATOR, SODOM et compagnie régnaient sans partage sur le monde, ils s'assurent l'attention des vieux roublards et montrent aux jeunes que c'était pas si mal avant.

Espérons tout de même que cette sortie de soit pas noyée dans le tsunami orchestré par EBM et que le label saura accorder au groupe toute l'attention qu'il mérite.

Metal Wave
Il talento non manca e sulla tecnica non c'è da discutere. I serbi Toxic Trace probabilmente in futuro saranno una realtà dello Speed Trash Metal europeo, quello devastante dei Kreator per intenderci, per via delle loro indiscusse qualità. Il muro di suono che propongono colpisce dal primo brano. In particolare il rullante come filo conduttore della loro rabbia alternato a soli velocissimi, nevrotici che fortunatamente intervallano il continuo martellare della ritmica. Le brutali linee vocali esaltano le doti del cantante chitarrista Dushman, anche se decisamente monotone e prive di quel dinamismo che a volte potrebbe dare un'anima ai brani forse troppo monotematici; effettivamente solo dopo una ventina di ascolti si riesce ad identificare il senso delle singole tracce. Ma c'è da dire che la loro è una scelta stilistica che sottolinea appunto quanto i Kreator li abbiano influenzati.
Analizzando i singoli bisogna fare un plauso ai tre per la costanza che mettono nel suonare i 35 minuti di Torment e ringraziarli per aver lasciato quei 2 secondi di pausa tra una traccia e l'altra che credo siano vitali per l'intero ascolto del disco. Ritmiche e assoli impeccabili riempiono il groove incessante, gonfio trasmettendo all'ascoltatore il carisma che il gruppo balcano ha nel dna. Il batterista è un metronomo, perfetto e con continuità ti accompagna dall'inizio alla fine. C'è chi nasce batterista e chi ci diventa, e limpidamente si percepisce che ha il ritmo nel sangue. Meno esaltante la presenza del basso che a tratti si percepisce, ma probabilmente non mi sarei mai accorto della sua assenza se non ci fosse stato. Ma non si può fargliene una colpa, d'altronde di fronte agli altri due componenti in quanto a presenza e tecnica non si può che passare in secondo piano.
Nel complesso quello dei Toxic Trace è un buon lavoro se siete amanti del trash devastante che non vi lascia mai il tempo per respirare.
Lords of Metal

Toxic Trace was formed in 2007 by Djubre (drums), Dushman (guitars/vocals) and Mimi (bass). The latter is now replaced by Max. Their main purpose was to resurrect the MIGHTY thrash sound of the German thrash / speed metal bands of the Eighties. To this point, the band (that was obviously named after the 1987 Kreator track which was released on their ‘Terrible Certainty' album) released a demo entitled ‘Slaughter' (2009) and contributed four of their songs to the ‘Serbian Thrash Metal Fist Unleashed' compilation CD (2010) that also featured Deadly Mosh, Nadimac and Pollution.

The band's debut full-length CD recently came out through EBM Records , a record label that is increasingly profiling itself as one of the leaders of the contemporary thrash metal underground. No need to say that ‘Torment' is a pleasant accumulation for those who adore Assassin's ‘The Upcoming Terror' or Kreator's ‘Endless Pain' albums and was released a quarter of a century too late but who gives a fucking fuck? This is a nice somewhat chaotic thrash metal CD from Serbia that certainly can be heard abroad.


Rating: 70/100

Metal Review

Toxic Trace is not afraid to wear its influence on its sleeve. This Serbian group undoubtedly takes its name from the track on Kreator 's Terrible Certainty album. I say undoubtedly, because the band's debut, Torment , is bursting with the rabid aggression that characterized mid-eighties German thrash, and to drive the point home, Toxic Trace covers Kreator 's “Flag of Hate”. To Toxic Trace 's credit, however, the band's high regard for Kreator does not lead them to total mimicry. The influence of other early thrash acts like Sepultura (particularly in the vocals), Sodom and Slayer can be found in the band's sound. Yet, while Toxic Trace 's musical ideas seem not to extend beyond 1986, Torment features a performance and production of the quality befitting an album released in 2011.

The first thing that struck me upon listening to Torment is that Toxic Trace plays really fucking fast. Now, this being thrash metal, that fact should not come as a surprise, but Toxic Trace has a tendency to haul exceptional amounts of ass, even for a thrash band. Drummer Djubre's beats seem to rest on the verge of blasting, and guitarist/growler Dushman's strumming resembles the whir of power equipment. Unlike early Kreator , which had a tendency to charmingly stumble through some of its more intricate passages, Toxic Trace 's performance is razor sharp in every aspect, save solos, which have a reckless, seat-of-the-pants feel.  

As an album, Torment holds no inscrutable secrets; it  is thrash metal, pure and simple. Throughout the album's thirty-five minutes, Toxic Trace thrashes hard, fast, and well. There are a few moments where the band slows things down, like the intro to “Tormentor” (oddly not a cover of the Kreator song of the same name), which has a mid-paced “Remember the Fallen” type of groove, but none of these moments last overlong. Hell-hammering, head-banging fury is the story of Torment . Toxic Trace is not long on originality, but its riffs are good, its execution is flawless and its commitment to pure thrash fury is unassailable. There might be better thrash albums available, but you would be hard pressed to find one as authentically brutal as Torment .

Score: 7.5

Metal Rules

For those of you who draw a line in the sand between Kreator's EXTREME AGGRESSION and everything that came afterwards, boy are you in for a treat. Serbia's Toxic Trace has a serious hard on for old school German thrash, particularly the first 4 albums from Mille Petrozza's posse. As the saying goes, imitation is often the sincerest form of flattery, but it also helps that this Serbian power trio rips the S@$! out of their debut full length, TORMENT.

Yeah, the retro thrash thing has been hot n' heavy for a while now, but there's something about TORMENT that's more endearing than the current glut of hipsters playing leather and spikes dress up time. Toxic Trace's love for pre-90's Kreator/Sodom/Destruction is just so beautifully honest, that it doesn't even matter that the 9 tracks on TORMENT sound just like pre-90's Kreator/Sodom/Destruction. And besides, pre-90's Kreator/Sodom/Destruction freakin' rules, and Toxic Trace reminds you why.

The tunes range from fast to faster to super fast, with chunks of meat spewing from the vocals and a drummer who sounds like he's having an epileptic seizure, covering such important topics as occultism, human butchery, and religious hypocrisy. “Haunted,” “Slaughter,” “The Antichrist” and a ripping cover of “Flag of Hate” are the highlights of the disc, but there's not a bad track among the bunch. Listening to Toxic Trace is like wrapping yourself in a warm blanket of thrash on a cold night – it just feels…so…good. Check out Toxic Trace and TORMENT, available now through the good folks at EBM Records.

Rating: 3.5/5

Metal CD Ratings

Oftentimes a cover version found as the last song on a CD will stand out like a sore thumb, either ending things with a bit of mirth or in less fortunate cases disrupting the flow of the music completely at the last hurdle. It thus is almost unthinkable for such an artistic choice to end being up being the cap that completely confirms beyond all reasonable doubt the very definition of a band's style.

‘Torment', the debut from Toxic Trace, is one such aberration, as the version of the Kreator classic “Flag of hate” that ends the CD is so completely in line with the 8 songs that precede it that you could forgive a naïve newcomer for not even noticing the transition from original to tribute material.

That is just how much these Serb thrashers love the chaotic early period in the career of Mille and co, and while their first offering is obviously very short on originality it certainly makes up for it with a payload of violent enthusiasm.

Among the recent explosion of newly-formed, label-backed thrash bands that seems to be calming down somewhat of late, the rawer Teutonic style has been largely left on the back burner in comparison to the ever-more popular Bay Area approach, so while what Toxic Trace are up to is nothing new at least it isn't immediately stifled by the blight of over-familiarity.

While the 80s German sound is front-and-centre for all to hear, listening back to your old records will yield differences that are not immediately so obvious without direct comparison. What Toxic Trace have bottled on ‘Torment' is essentially the essence of early Kreator – the cascading riffs, hell-for-leather beats and scathing vocals (more Mille than Ventor) – while, intentionally or not, shearing away the subtler intricacies. With far less slowed-down (in relative terms) breaks in play, the CD is essentially an angry barrage of riffs from start to finish, less focused on individual songs than bludgeoning the listener into submission with a wall of ferocious sound.

Detractors of the band and indeed all derivative modern thrash would no doubt accuse them of completely missing the point, while Toxic Trace would of course turn the allegation on its head - whether it's a lunk-headed copy or a streamlined interpretation of a classic approach will come down to individual taste, but in terms of sheer adrenal impact its hard to argue with the results.

Such debates are best left for a night in the pub or on the forums in any case and ignored when listening to the CD itself – you may not hear a word that is shrieked, you may struggle to remember what order the riffs come in or even pick them apart, but if no-nonsense 80s-style German thrash pushes your buttons it will be hard to argue with the sickly charms of Toxic Trace.

3.5/5

Metal Crypt

Are you of the opinion that Slayer's career went downhill after Hell Awaits ? Do you miss the insanely fast songs like "The Final Command" and "Haunting the Chapel?" The ridiculous evil-ness of Show No Mercy , which, when originally released on vinyl, had one side labeled "6" while the other was "66?" Then Serbia's Toxic Trace has an album for you.

EBM Records has made it their mission to bring back old school Thrash and, for old time Slayer fans anyway, they have a winner with Toxic Trace's Torment . Singer Dushman has a blackened shout that is much deeper than Tom Araya's voice, but otherwise Toxic Trace are musically similar to the U.S. legends at the start of their career. Torment may be highly unoriginal, but Toxic Trace plays with enough energy to power a small city and they do it with unrelenting, lightning fast playing. These guys can probably squeeze an hour-long live set into about 35 minutes. Song titles like "Witch from Hell," "Against the Cross" and "The Antichrist" should leave little doubt concerning the band's lyrical stance. The naked, dead nun on the cover seals the deal.

Torment looks and sounds like it should have been released in 1985 and that is a good thing. This kind of furious Speed/Thrash Metal is just what the doctor ordered when you want to shut off your brain and start wailing on the air guitar. Toxic Trace plays the old school style and they play it well. And they don't give a shit if you've heard it before.

Rating: 4/5

Metal of Death webzine

Gran bella botta questi Toxic Trace! Serbi, i Nostri esordiscono con questo full a nome "Torment", una manciata di sassate tirate in faccia all'ascoltatore: Thrash Metal incazzato e diretto, che risente in maniera palese della scuola teutonica, Kreator su tutti, più d'una volta mi sono trovato davanti agli echi di "Pleasure To Kill" e la cover di "Flag Of Hate" posta in chiusura la dice lunga sull'amore dei ragazzi per la band del buon Mille Petrozza.

Vocals graffianti, drumming forsennato che ha nel classicissimo "tupatupa" la propria ragion d'essere e riff che vengono macinati tipo catena di montaggio, alternati ad assoli cacofonici e belli taglienti. Il fatto che esordiscano nel 2011 con un disco dal chiaro sapore eighties potrebbe far storcere il naso ai modernisti e anche a coloro che ritengono il revival Thrash degli ultimi anni una porcata. Vi confesserò che molto spesso anche io mi sono domandato le ragioni di questa "riesumazione"; intesa come il ritorno in auge di sonorità primordiali, ancora legate in alcuni frangenti all'Heavy classico ma molto spesso corredate da una produzione che negli anni '80 era solo un sogno (o un incubo, dipende da come la vedete). Me ne sono domandato le ragioni soprattutto perchè, solitamente, i frutti di questo ritorno al passato (ma neanche tanto) si sono dimostrati acerbi: promesse mancate, assenza di stimoli e mancanza di mordente, fattori che nel Thrash sono imprescindibili. I Toxic Trace non ci stanno a finire nel calderone dei "gruppi buoni ma che potrebbero fare di più" e sfoderano un'attitudine genuina che si fa veicolo di un Metal ferale, onesto, basilare, quanto di più vicino ci possa essere all'originaria concezione di Thrash Metal.

Un disco che sembra venire dal passato, un passato che in molti ricordano con nostalgia, ed è soprattutto a costoro che consiglio questo "Torment". Un tributo agli anni che furono quindi? No, piuttosto un disco onesto, suonato da gente onesta e con le palle quadrate, da accompagnare con una bella birra possibilmente.


Recensione a cura di: Soulgrinder
Voto: 75/100

Rock en Cuba
EBM records se lanza de nuevo en defensa del thrash, y esta es su octava entrega de la serie "Thrash is Back". Se trata de Toxic Trace, una banda serbia muy influenciada por los primeros Kreator, incluso llegaría pensar que el nombre del grupo fue tomado de la canción de los alemanes. También tienen algún toque de Sodom y Destruction, aunque lo que predomina es la influencia de las huestes de Mille Petrozza.

Hay otro grupo que también se llama Toxic Trace, que es alemán y toca black/death metal. No los confundas.Hasta la carátula del disco, un dibujo que algunos pudieran resultar obsceno también hace referencia al estilo del metal de la banda cultiva y al tipo de carátula que muchos grupos tenían en aquella primera mitad de la década de los 80.

La música es un Speed/Thrash crudo al estilo alemán. “Against the cross”, es un instrumental a todo tren y para que no quepa duda también hacen una versión del “Flags of Hate” de Kreator.

“Slaughter” comienza con unos grititos infantiles femeninos, y alguien que asusta, donde destaca Djubre en la batería que en todo momento mantiene la velocidad y es lo más parecido a un motor de combustión interna. Dushman, a la voz y a la guitarra, canta también muy parecido a Kreator y Sodom, y también a los primeros Agonizer de nuestra tierra.

Siendo un trío, el bajista Max se encarga de llenar todos los espacios en blanco con una buena calidad de velocidad, apreciable en todos los temas pero especialmente en “Witch from Hell”

Nos enteramos de que al igual que en Cuba, donde ni siquiera los metaleros piensan que habrá una potente escena del metal, en Serbia existe una legión de bandas que han puesto a este país en el mapa, como Unstopable Speed, Pollution, Nadimac y Space Eater; con la intención de hacer historia en el revival del thrash metal.

Es un disco corto de poco más de media hora, cargado de tralla y velocidad. Tienen además, como tantas otras bandas, una canción titulada “The Antichrist” que podras escuchar al final de este artículo.

"Torment" es el debut de la banda y es realmente uno de los discos más veloces dentro de la línea del Speed/Thrash en estos momentos
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DOA Magazine # 3
Furious Thrash Metal assault from this Serbian trio that pays homage to the classic sound of Sodom, Destruction and Kreator (including a punishing cover of Kreator's “ Flag of Hate ”) Toxic Trace do not re-invent the wheel with tracks like “Haunted”, “Witch from Hell” and “ The Antichrist ” but they do manage to create a real aura of old-school mayhem that will have fans of that classic mid-80's sound bouncing off the fucking walls. Great cover art by Tara Kerac featuring a disturbing tableau of demons attacking a cathedral perfectly captures the essence of the blasphemic brutality that Toxic Trace unleashes with surgical precision. Fucking essential THRASH FUCKING METAL!!!
9 SKULLS
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