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ThrashWall was born in 2015, influenced by the raw and pure thrash metal from the golden 80’s. Expect quick, unfiltered riffs and lyrics inspired by a state of non-conformity, with drinking heavily from the classic thrash kings such as Sepultura, Slayer, Anthrax, Kreator and Megadeth - but also modern outfits like Municipal Waste and Violator. The debut, self-titled album was produced by Miguel Tereso at Demigod Recordings, with a release by FireCum Records that has caught the ear of thrash metal fans worldwide. Just check the total view count for their record on YouTube. Impressive. And this is only the beginning for ThrashWall...
Playing corrosive thrash since its inception in 2009, Terror Empire takes no prisioners. A blend of old-school and modern thrash, the music that fuels Terror Empire’s message features a distinct hint of death metal. This result in a distinct sounding band with something to say. Terror Empire was born out of the paranoia of fear that submits world populations down to their collective knees while those who attempt to think for themselves become cancelled outcasts. Make sure you catch the band live, it’s a hell of a sonic pounding, riff after riff.
Destroyers of All is a Progressive Death/Thrash metal band from Coimbra, Portugal, founded in 2011, signed to Mosher Records. The band’s sound is a blend of diverse musical influences from various styles ranging from thrash, death, and even black metal, to the hard rock and progressive metal styles. The newest album "The Vile Manifesto" is no exception. Following the evolution that started with the "Into the Fire" EP (2013) and the first full-length "Bleak Fragments" - both received high praise from reviewers worldwide - the band keeps pushing its own limits even further. "The Vile Manifesto" is their most straightforward and aggressive work to date, without compromising the craziness and the technical edge that always set the identity of the band. Having played consistently in Portugal and Spain ever since the band's inception, including the most reputable festivals in their homeland, Destroyers of All is available for booking.
Nihility is a portuguese band formed in 2012. The notoriously agressive delivery of sound with roots in death and black metal is the band's trademark.The lyrical content explores the definition of nihilism as a philosophy and a way of life, passing through the many different ways of nihilism, how its understood and adjusts to everyday life and society as a whole.
Ensanguinate's brand of late '80s death metal is an unholy union between the adrenaline of old Possessed and Morbid Angel alongside a touch of sinister black metal. The band is made up of four Slovenian scene veterans, each with several acclaimed releases and a wealth of experience on international stages to their name. Ensanguinate's performance will surely excite fans of underground death and black metal with a rapid fire set adorned by leather and steel. "Eldritch Anatomy", Ensanguinate's debut album, features prominently in the set, accompanied by a furious stage show that is equal parts mayhem and mysticism; all in all, another nail in the coffin for an already ghastly 2022.
Formed back in 2005, Hunted Scriptum plays traditional, no-nonsense Death Metal. With dozens of concerts in the bag, including a European tour with brazilian thrashers Woslom, Hunted Scriptum releases "Paracusia" in 2022. Fans of old-school death metal from bands like Benighted, Cannibal Corpse, Bolt Thrower and Six Feet Under will have a good time listening to Hunted Scriptum.
A fresh new band started in 2021, BØW's music is a raw expression of thriving by doing what you love. With an EP from 2022 in their sleeve and already plenty of gigs on the portuguese underground scene, BØW is set to take the stage by storm. Electrifying, relentless and with very few rules, that's what this band is all about. As one would expect from a punk-hardcore band.
One of Spain's most exciting thrash acts has already has many plenty of gigs in their homeland - and also in Portugal. Direct thrash with melody, in the vein of Megadeth and Pantera. "This is thrash", they say - and we won't dare say otherwise.
30 years of a band that started with thrash and now walks through the territory of melodic Death Metal. Expect intricate riffs and finely crafted melodies from Morbid Death. Quality music from the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean that aims to tread more stages in the continent.
Ferocious metal. Quite the understatement. Infraktor are a relentless pounding machine of metal: busy drumming, tense and dense riffs played over a fast pace, blended with aggressive vocals. The debut albut "Exhaust" is a true lesson in violence. Make no mistake: Infraktor can keep up with the aggression on a stage.
Established in 2016, Fonte rise with a mixed soundscape to the national underground scene, bringing their Linda-A-Velha hardcore roots and mixing it with thrash, death and metalcore in a powerful sonic blend. With plenty of shows played, including the highlight of performing at Vagos Metal Fest, Fonte is getting ready to release their debut album, "Já Dizia O Outro".
Pure Death Metal. That's it. Forged in 2011 under the "Wall of Death" moniker, the band played all over Portugal along with national and international acts. Rageful took its actual form in 2016, and the debut record "Ineptitute" is the adequate showcase for the band's sheer brutality. Old School Death Metal at its finest.
Tales for the Unspoken decided to burn the metal book of rules when they started making music. And they still do, to this day. Sticking to no sub-genre in particular, they are a metal band with many influences - ranging from Death Metal to Metalcore. Founded in Coimbra back in 2007, Tales for the Unspoken has released two albums: Alchemy (2010) and CO2 (2015).
Apart for the portuguese metal circuit, featuring major festivals such as Vagos Metal Fest, Moita Metal Fest and Mosher Fest, one of the band's highlights has to be the show in Cape Verde at Grito Rock Fest - becoming the first European metal band to play in that country. Tales for the Unspoken deliver powerful live performances that consistently gets the crowds going.
Is everything done in melodic death metal? Blind the Eye does not care and plays exactly how they want. A proficient studio band, with an EP (Tripolarity, 2020) and two full lengths (Arise to the Theta State, 2018, and Lion of Lions, 2022), the band isn't afraid to step foot on the stage. Listen to it's polished production, the thread of finely crafted riffs and nuances of Blind the Eye's music: that's what metal is all about.