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Where Madness Reigns

by T.C.F.

A punch in your face - knock out, fast, furious, non-stop intense, crushing, hardcore - crossover - thrash metal at it's finest !!!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk
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T.C.F. is a furious thrash/crossover band featuring long time friends Rob Slaughter (ex - INCREMENTAL) and Hans Hostile (ex - ENFORCER). Rob and Hans met over 10 years ago at the University of Professional Education in The Hague. Quite soon it was obvious that they shared great enthusiasm for thrash and speed metal. At the time Rob played in a thrash metal band called PAVEWAY while Hans was playing in a punkband. After Hans heard some of the stuff Rob recorded (on an old school tape multitracker) they decided Hans should give it a try since PAVEWAY was in search of a second guitarplayer. A lot of songs and gigs later Hans was asked to leave the band and quite soon after PAVEWAY was history. However Rob and Hans never lost contact and even though they both moved on with other bands they remained close friends. In 2006 Hans recorded INCREMENTAL's second demo and during those sessions the idea was born to start up an uncomplicated, fun, fast and furious thrashcore project. 10 songs (with a total playing time of 15 minutes) were written in just a few rehearsals and were recorded during the course of 2007. After that Hans & Rob decided that these recordings (dubbed the "Core '88" demo) would be released as download only since it was time to make T.C.F. a 'real' band. Guitar player "Noise Gate" Nick (who played in Speedchaser at that time) was asked to join the band and Hans would take up the role of bassplayer/singer/frontman. From early summer 2008 the band has been rehearsing and writing new songs. The first gigs were played starting from spring 2009. End of 2009 the band released their "Speed or Bleed" EP cd which got a lot of positive feedback and very good reviews from e-zines like Mindview, Metalfan, Zwaremetalen, Metalkrant and Mario's Metal Mania. One year later T.C.F. has played a lot of gigs with a climax of supporting the almighty HEATHEN on all 3 of the Dutch dates on their "Chaos in Europe" tour may 2010. As of August 2010 T.C.F, signed with Witches Brew records for the release of their debut album in the spring of 2011. Sadly Witches Brew decided to stop all activity shortly before T.C.F. was about to enter the studio. Malevolence records stepped in for the release of the new album "Where Madness Reigns" mid. November 2011!!




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Review 4
A.A.V.V. - Malevolence Records - Metal Over Oostrozebeke

InformazioniGruppi: VariTitolo: Metal Over Oostrozebeke: Anno: 2012: Provenienza U.S.A. / Germany / SpagnaEtichetta: Malevolence RecordsContatti: malevolence-records.usAutore: MourningTracklist. 1. KAOS - Internal Bleeding. 2. Absentia - If Only I. 3. Septic Christ - Yearning For Salvation. 4. T.C.F. - An Eye For An Eye. 5. KAOS - Let God Sort Them Out. 6. Absentia - A Kiss From Hellheaven. 7. Septic Christ - Wake Up. 8. T.C.F. - Core '88. DURATA: 31:20


The Malevolence Records is a small label that is step by step creandosi the roster, with this release-sampler, which contains eight pieces, two for each team within your reality, presents a view of the European tour that will involve.The tracklist reveals that the names are almost all known to listen to those who follow Aristocracy from the beginning, opening with "Internal Bleeding" thrash violently and adorned with traits "core" of the old school veterans KAOS. The trace output as a single and forerunner of the new ep "Validated In Blood" confirms the effectiveness of the proposal on the combo, heavy and massive, it is added to "Let God Sort Them Out" extracted from the preceding chapter, the full-length "The Pits Of Existence". Second in order of appearance is the sound of black / symphonic Spaniards Absentia, first with "If Only I" belongs to the latest release, "Our Bleeding Sun", also included in our database, and subsequently around the longest, "A Kiss From Hellheaven "dating back to the debut of "Heaven Still Burns". The difference between the two is clear, with the latter very immature especially from the point of view of production.We return to thrash with the Teutonic Septic Christ of "Yearning For Salvation", the sound begins softly and caressingly driven by a single melodic trickery, the departure rate is around the corner and the roots of the sound-Exodus Anthrax They come out disruptive. The piece is part of the new album "Guilty As We Were Born" and "Wake Up" is one of the tow tracks from the first album "Infected Existence" to which the undersigned is particularly fond of because it was one of the first online reviews submitted by the Aristocracy, 2009. Rounding out the games T.C.F. (Thrash Core Fanatics), which is clearly explanatory monicker on the choices of sound and the direction taken by the formation of the songwriting, the Dutch arrived ear with "An Eye For An Eye" extrapolated from "Where Madness Reigns", the debut of 2011, and "Core'88" ep including the 2009 "Speed Or Bleed". Nothing new but definitely geared to meet the demand of those living pleasantly "trapped" in the eighties. "Over Oostrozebeke Metal" is a showcase of what the show will reserve its Belgian participants and this release is ultimately just a taste, an invitation to try, if not already knew, the bands will alternate on that stage . Around so the ball to you dear readers, and perhaps you become part of your audience

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Review 5
T.C.F. - Current Radio Show
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Show 29 2012

1. Nerocapra - S.A.
2. Septory - Blind Bastard Manifest
3. Waning - To The Smouldering Next
4. T.C.F. - Justified Violence
5. Martelo Negro - Sob Os Cascos De Sata
6. Lord Of War - Warpath
7. I'll Eat Your Face - Enslaved By The Prawn Master
8. Goatfukk - Drunk, Slut, 666
9. Akma - The Assassin
10. Chaos Inception - The Abrogation
11. Deadborn -Second Order Cybernetics
12. Master - Smile As You're Told

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T.C.F. - Where Madness Reigns

Track Listing:
Face The Truth
Slave Of The Suit
Mass Hysteria
Where Madness Reigns
Survive The Plague
An Eye For An Eye
Justified Violence
I Like Ike
Punch In The Face
Reality's Nightmare
Power Corrupts
Duck And Cover
We Will Survive

Rating:
3 out of 5

T.C.F- also known as Thrash Core Fanatics- embody the music they worship. On their debut the music is as catchy and furious as one can get, following the path of groups like Slayer, Exodus, and even Kreator with a bit more of a Rock n' Roll touch to the music. Each track is pretty much rooted in basic Thrash- fast, churning tracks that either are performed in bursts such as "I Like Ike" or with lengthy solos such as on "An Eye For An Eye." One can definitely hear the Slayer influence in the dark tones of "Mass Hysteria" and "Punch In The Face" definitely churns of Exodus. To add more original moments, T.C.F. also tosses in some recorded samples at their opening tracks such on "I Like Ike" or "Duck And Cover." Sometimes these moments seem a bit silly, but they help break up the monotony of most of the tracks because without them the album would feel like just one giant run-through without too much variation. True, the music here isn't the most varied, but most old school Thrash fans will find that T.C.F. live up to their name well by making the music as hard as possible while paying tribute to the heroes of the genre who made it a reality. It's not a modern marvel, but will appeal to the excitement of those who really like a good riff or two.

Label Name: Malevolence Records
Label E-mail: malevolence.usa@malevolence-records.us
Label Website: http://www.malevolence-records.us
July 14, 2012 - 21:25Posted by devilmetal747

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Review 7
Malevolence Records - Would like to "Thank" the following people for their "Ongoing Support, Time, Effort, Help, & Assistance" :
Here's to a "Successful 2012 European Tour" :
Jurgen, Chris, Bob of Septic Christ & the JugenCentrum : Waldshut-Tiengin, DE-CH - Jason, Stacey, Steve, Jesse, Chad of KAOS : Hayward, CA, USA - Julian, Miguel, David, Ian of AbsentiA : Oviedo, ES - Rob, Hans, Nick of T.C.F. : Katwijk, NL - Michelle Murray - Management for KAOS & AbsentiA : Hayward, CA, USA - Benny Vandemaele & Family & the Metal Over Oostrozebeke 6 Festival, BE - Helter Brown & the Moderators Kay & Sandra with The Hard & Heavy Commonwealth Forum / Site : Magnolia, DE, USA - Jon Torres of Ulysses Siren : SF, CA, USA - Michael Bradley & 3 4 Web Design : Castro Valley, CA, USA - Leta Swanson - Malevolence Records Label Assistant : Oakland, CA, USA - Marco von Empel & the Headbangers Zine & Gigs : Tilburg, NL - Paul & the Little Devil : Tilburg, NL - Neil Gray from the UK - Stefan Silegham & Metal To Infinity Magazine : Harelbeke, BE - Miguel & Suspiria Records, ES ...
AND TO ALL THE FANS IN ATTENDANCE !!!
If there is anyone I've forgotten, my apologies ...
Thank ALL of you for your "Help, Ongoing Support, Assistance, Time & Efforts" made to make this all happen !!!
Couldn't of done it all without ya ...
Sincerely,
Nathan McLeod - Owner
Malevolence Records
http://www.malevolence-records.us
nate@malevolence-records.us

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Review 8
T.C.F. - From the biggest Dutch print magazine AARDSCHOK (Earthquake) one of the oldest and most prestigious metal magz in Europe.

This months' surprise comes from our own soil! Hailing from Katwijk to be exact. This three piece delivers good old crossover/thrashcore that takes me back
to the golden days of DRI, Nuclear Assault and Attitude Adjustment with a slight hint of Anthrax. Tight playing, good production and overall fluent, instantly
recognizable songs form the ingredients of the thirteen tracks on this disc. It's easy to say you can hear these guys having fun playing and personally I find these guys
to be better and more authentic than for instance Municipal Waste just to name an example. The pace is generally high, but mosh parts and some melodylines aren't
forgotten. A good example is the bluesy guitar lead in the center part of "An Eye For An Eye" which is instantly followed by the relentless "Justified Violence".
Absolutely Phat disc!

Nate McLeod - Malevolence Records

From T.C.F.'s FaceBook Page :
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Nate McLeod (Malevolence records) on T.C.F.'s "Where Madness Reigns":

"It is 1 solid CD from start to finish, it's VERY well done production-wise, the pressing came out phenomenal & ya can spin the CD the CD over & over & not get tired of it ... It's that fucking good !!! "

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Review 1
T.C.F. (short for Thrash Core Fanatics) has just released their full-lenght "Where Madness Reigns" on malevolence records. It is no understatement to say that this is the best crossover album ever released on Dutch soil. The three piece presents themselves as a tight unit. T.C.F. clearly abandoned the "fun" image which was still displayed on the self released "Speed Or Bleed" MCD without sacrificing musical quality. Even if the music is raw as hell, the songs are well written and T.C.F also has a lot to tell on the lyrical side of things. An in depth interview with bassplayer/frontman Hans Hostile also features in this months issue of Lords Of Metal so I'll keep this review short. Buy or die! LET THE MOSH PATROL TAKE CONTROL!!!

Score 90/100

Link to original article:

http://www.lordsofmetal.nl/showreview.php?id=21239

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Review 12
Canadian Distribution for Where Madness Reigns : PRC Music - Quebec, Canada : www.prcmusic.com

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Review 11
T.C.F. – Where Madness Reigns (CD) The Netherlands March 2012 Ad van Osch
Style: Thrash Metal / Hardcore / Crossover Running time: 28:55 (Tracks: 13)
T.C.F., which stands for THRASH CORE FANATICS, have released their first full length album, titled “Where Madness Reigns”, on Malevolence Records. In 2008, the band, which exists of Hans (vocals, bass, ex-ENFORCER), Nick (guitar) and Rob (drums, ex-INCREMENTAL), recorded their “Core '88” demo, and their 5 track EP “Speed Or Bleed” (2009), was reviewed by colleague Kees Schijven (see MMM update of March, 2010). So far, I've seen the band twice live (in 2009 and in 2010), and they are a fantastic live band. Well, these guys actually started the band as a joke, but soon it became clear T.C.F. was more then a joke, so it all became very serious. And indeed, because what T.C.F. presents on “Where Madness Reigns” is serious old school Crossover. Anyway, “Where Madness Reigns” features thirteen great songs, and believe me, the level of those songs is constantly high. I can't find any weak song on this album, which by the way has a beautiful cover. The band exists of excellent and talented musicians. Just listen to the fantastic guitar solos of “Noise Gate” Nick. This guy is really awesome. And the vocals of bassist Hans fits perfectly for this type of music. And to tell the truth, with this debut album, T.C.F. easily can compete with the new generation Thrash/Crossover bands such as MUNICPAL WASTE, GAMA BOMB, WARBRINGER, BONDED BY BLOOD, S.S.S., HAVOK etcetera. Every song on "Where Madness Reigns" can create a circle pit during a T.C.F. show. Well, what else can I say about "Where Madness Reigns", it is just a marvellous Crossover album. Although I like every song very much, my favorite ones of this CD are “Face The Truth”, “Slave Of The Suit”, “Where Madness Reigns”, “An Eye For An Eye”, “Justified Violence”, “Punch In The Face” and "Duck And Cover". What a fantastic debut album this is. Great work guys, looking forward to see you on the road again real soon. Thrash fanatics, hardcore freaks check this album out, you won't regret it.
Recordlabel: http://www.malevolence-records.us
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/thrashcorefanatics 88/100

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Review 13
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Not fucking bad for a "DEBUT" CD !!!
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