The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#16 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:28 pm

I'm not into collecting anymore for last two years, and i see now that i'm missing quite a lot obscure stuff now,
but as i remember swiss records that were quite obscure to me were Exxor and F.B. Bastard…
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and for german ones, not including Deztroyer and Hellbreath (which i still sadly missing)
were onces like Antimon, Voracious souls, Mega grave and Bloodfest A.D. too..
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and Larynx, Anthemic, Despised cds
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btw. that Anxiety cd is best of mentioned but Contradiction cd is also great one, Anaconda i admit is not..

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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#17 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:43 pm

®O©O wrote:I'm not into collecting anymore for last two years ...
Hello ®O©O, long time ... what have you been doing ... instead of collecting :wink:

So, nobody has heard MEYHEM or VEBRIFUGE ?
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#18 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:51 pm

Noisenik wrote:
®O©O wrote:I'm not into collecting anymore for last two years ...
Hello ®O©O, long time ... what have you been doing ... instead of collecting :wink:

So, nobody has heard MEYHEM or VEBRIFUGE ?
Hey, long time... still the same, but only gave up of collecting, somehow I just lost interest..or money... :mrgreen:

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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#19 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:04 pm

Speaking about singles:
Solitary Confinement - Poluted Earth 7"
Delicate News - 4-Track E.P. 7"

I have Vebrifuge somewhere but not the original vinyl. The band was featured with a few trax on the Best of German Metal Newcomer DLP in red vinyl.
I'm always getting outbid each time I want it! Fuck it! :!:
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#20 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:37 pm

I have a demo from Typhoon. Ages since I last played it but I think I didn't like it.

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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#21 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:38 pm

Prowler wrote:I have Vebrifuge somewhere but not the original vinyl. The band was featured with a few trax on the Best of German Metal Newcomer DLP in red vinyl.
I'm always getting outbid each time I want it! Fuck it! :!:
this was DLP, not MLP ? :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#22 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 9:46 pm

Noisenik wrote:
Prowler wrote:I have Vebrifuge somewhere but not the original vinyl. The band was featured with a few trax on the Best of German Metal Newcomer DLP in red vinyl.
I'm always getting outbid each time I want it! Fuck it! :!:
this was DLP, not MLP ? :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
Yes, it came in a set of 2 vinyls with 6 tracks each.
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#23 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 10:31 pm

Trigger wrote:
Noisenik wrote:
Prowler wrote:I have Vebrifuge somewhere but not the original vinyl. The band was featured with a few trax on the Best of German Metal Newcomer DLP in red vinyl.
I'm always getting outbid each time I want it! Fuck it! :!:
this was DLP, not MLP ? :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
Yes, it came in a set of 2 vinyls with 6 tracks each.
Darn, why had DaN reviewed only half of it ? :?: DaaaaaaN!!! :lol:
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#24 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 10:09 am

Everyone found out later when another member of this forum discovered a copy of disc 2.
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#25 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 10:32 am

As Trigger said, also for some unknown reason the most copies are being sold as single pieces and always 35-40 Euros each or more. I've only seen them sold as 1 2 LP set 1 time. The sellers prohably hope to get more cash this way while selling it separately.
But it hardly turns up. Once or twice in a year ... it pisses me off. :?
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#26 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 10:58 am

Well, after profound speculation with friends counting on the facts we had collected, we came down to the conclusion that the reason why you see them sold separately is because this is the way the copies were distributed. Probably that was how Michael Jesch paid the bands, just by giving them a few copies but only of the vinyl they appeared in, not of the double set.
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#27 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:02 pm

That might be a plausible explaination as well. Judging by the bad distribution that the label had I wouldn't be surprised. :?
Even in Germany it's a pain in the ass to find certain of these records. I'm happy that I have 80 % of those records now, only 3 or 4 are missing that I need. If starting from the beginning it would take years to find them all at reasonable prices.
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#28 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:47 pm

This is what Tempest (GER) answered in the interview we did for Steel for an Age #1 (2011)
"I don’t know. I think 300 copies exist. I’ve told you that the bands got 50 copies for each song (6 x 50 = 300) and I don’t know if Michael kept some for his own."

The reply from Flying Skull (same issue) is similar (this time for the German Metal Tracks vol.5LP)
"We’ve got our promised 100 copies and that’s it."

So, yes, this is the reason, when I asked Tempest, they didnt even know of a 2nd LP...
I will upload later in the day both volumes on poisonoise

Edit: http://thecorroseum.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7822

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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#29 » Fri Feb 27, 2015 9:10 pm

well, thanx to Kostello I now know Vebrifuge are quite good thrash band, and that System Decay are quite neat, too. This System Decay track is compi- exclusive? Cos I cannot find it in the bands MA discography, yet it seems to match ...

still not an inch closer to any of mystery tracks ... :(
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Re: The most obscure German, Swiss and Austrian thrash metal bands

Post#30 » Sun Mar 01, 2015 1:45 am

Steel (1983)

Some of these fellows went to form in the following year Invader who recorded a demo and a LP.
I just wonder since at this time almost all german HM bands were recording tapes, if they really also recorded something before they split...

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