Автор: allmusic555 | 6 июля 2011 | Просмотров: 1948Mp3, Lossless
Artist: Wehrmacht Title Of Album: Shark Attack Year Of Release: 1987 (1999) Country: USA Label: New Renaissance Records Genre: Crossover/Thrash Metal Format: MP3, Lossless Quality: CBR 320 kbps, FLAC (Image)+Cue+Log Total Time: 37 m 17 s Total Size: 91 Mb (+3%), 278 Mb (+5%) | Full Scans
01. Shark Attack (3:45) 02. Blow You Away (2:44) 03. S.O.P. (1:31) 04. Jabberjaw (2:07) 05. Barrage Of Skankers (2:44) 06. United Shoebrothers (2:46) 07. Part II... (3:11) 08. Go Home (2:00) 09. Anti (2:23) 10. Napalm Shower (2:50) 11. Crazy Ways People Die (2:30) 12. Fretboard Gymnastics (5:44) 13. Termination (3:02)
Line-up / Musicians:
"Tape Head" Tito Matos - Vocals Marco "Sharko" Zorich - Guitars John Duffy - Guitars Shann Mortimer - Bass Brian Lehfeldt - Drums
A question popular among followers of thrash metal is undeniably this, “Which is considered the fastest thrash metal album of all time?” There would be a high percentage of answers supporting Reign In Blood, Darkness Descends, Pleasure To Kill or even Eternal Nightmare. Now here’s a startling reality. Wehrmacht’s debut album makes those albums sound as if they were meant to be listed under progressive metal. The sheer ferocity of these guys is enough to convince you why they were considered the fastest heavy metal band in the underground. And if that wasn’t enough, here’s another interesting fact. Les Evans of speedcore veterans Cryptic Slaughter described Wehrmacht once as "the only band that I ever saw blow Slayer offstage." As opposed to people titling them as crossover thrash, I would claim that these lunatics were musically pure thrash and only some of their lyrical themes offered hints of crossover much akin to Suicidal Tendencies or D.R.I.
Why only the most devoted of thrash metal freaks know about this band. Now that they’ve reunited, they’ll hopefully make up for all the fame that they lost out on in the late 80s and 90s, when the alternative scene took over. As for some of you guys, quit wasting your time listening to the senseless offshoots of grindcore and shitty black metal and get a hold of this classic instead. With an ultra cool band logo and one of the best album covers, showing a dude surfing on two killer sharks, get ready for a sans warning SHARK ATTACK!!!!! ~ Review by cravingforvenom