Eternal Devastation is the second full-length album by German thrash metal band Destruction. It was released in 1986. It showed the band had moved away from their previous black metal-influenced style of material evident on the Sentence of Death EP and Infernal Overkill albums, and were headed in the direction of a more contemporary thrash metal style. (SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA)
While they make have gone some at times silly fashion phases (pictured below) the band continues to tour and blow newer acts off the stage like they were not even trying.
DESTRUCTION (THE BAND) FROM GERMANY – STILL HEAVY AFTER ALL OF THESE YEARS!
01 – 00:00 – Curse The Gods
02 – 06:07 – Confound Games
03 – 10:37 – Life Without Sense
04 – 17:01 – United by Hatred
05 – 22:05 – Eternal Ban
06 – 25:46 – Upcoming Devastation (Instrumental)
07 – 29:53 – Confused Mind
Possessed by Fire is the first album by the German thrash metal band Exumer. It was released on November 8, 1986 through obscure German thrash metal label Disaster Records. This album was a cult classic in the day – honestly, the music doesn’t really stand up today. If you liked it back in the day, you may still enjoy it now through.
EXUMER “POSSESSED BY FIRE” ALBUM 1986.
Possessed By Fire 00:00 Destructive Solution 04:47 Fallen Saint 08:36 A Mortal In Black 12:39 Sorrows Of The Judgement 16:43 Xiron Darkstar 19:54 Reign Of Sadness 23:08 Journey To Oblivion 26:50 Silent Death 31:08
ANOTHER OBSCURE GERMAN THRASH BAND FROM THE 80S THAT HAS REFORMED RECENTLY
Mem Von Stein – Bass,Vocals. Bernie Siedler – Guitar. Ray Mensch – Guitar. Syke Bornetto – Drums.
Deathrow is another German Thrash Metal act from the 80s. They never got huge, but their raging fast tempos and technical riffing made them better than bands that were a lot bigger. If you have never heard them before, think SODOM, KREATOR, or EXUMER.
Germany’s Deathrow: A Classic Case Of A Metal Band That Should Have Been Bigger