Vindicator | United We Fall

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United We Fall

by Vindicator

Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Global Warning
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2. Gears of Fate
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3. Man Undone
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4. Bastards of Noise and Aggression
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5. Fatal Infection
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6. Hail to the Thief
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7. End Dependence
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8. Divided We Stand... United We Fall
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9. At War With Thy Neighbor
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10. Fire Escape
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11. Nationwide Ruination
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12. Obsoletion
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The Great Southern Brain Fart

Album Review: Vindicator – United We Fall
http://thegreatsouthernbrainfart.com/?p=9927

terrasymmetry

Redeeming Value
Retro thrash done in the best of tradition. While I prefer the more cerebral leanings of Vektor and Hexen, this is still a powerful thrash album. I'm reminded of Megadeth's second album, a little Suicidal Tendencies (circa 1987) and some harmonized NWOBHM-esque moments. Lots of fun, reminds me of why I ever liked thrash in the first place.