Rezet | Civic Nightmares

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Civic Nightmares

by Rezet

Following the unique way of Speed/Thrash Metal as on their debut "Have Gun, Will Travel", "Civic Nightmares" creates a never-heard form of 80s Metal. For fans of MEGADETH, KREATOR, EXODUS, DEATHROW and more...
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. The Quest
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2. Combat Shock
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4:10 album only
3. Out for Blood
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4:33 album only
4. Charity (The Preacher)
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5:46 album only
5. Full Throttle
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3:34 album only
6. Visions from Beyond
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2:00 album only
7. Gargantua
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6:35 album only
8. Rezet to Zero
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4:31 album only
9. Black Convent
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3:40 album only
10. The Terror Strikes Back
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7:44 album only
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Album Notes
"I won’t start calling their music Progressive Thrash as it is certainly not in the likes of starts like WATCHTOWER or VOIVOD, yet REZET’s music is pretty complex but not in the way of many other Progressive Thrash groups. Though the first acoustic notes reminded me of old METALLICA, those developed to its counterpart, MEGADETH and another American bestial monstrosity in the image of old SLAYER. I know that MEGADETH had lots of changes throughout the years, but I am sure many will agree with me that the period of “Killing Is My Business… And Business Is Good”, “Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying”, “Show No Mercy” and “Hell Awaits” had a special magic to it. It was another stage of development in Speed Metal and its meld with Thrash. When I listened to REZET it wasn’t blasting with heaviness like the NWOBHM oriented Bay Area Thrash in the late 80s, it shared complex riffing along shifts between Heavy, Speed and even something that sounded like raw Jazz and Hard Rock licks.
'Civic Nightmares' is a highly suggested release and I think that old era Metal fans will be captivated by it."

Lior "Steinmetal" Stein


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