Short-lived Metal imprint/series belonging to the large, state-owned label Polskie Nagrania Muza. The closest Poland ever got to an original, vinyl-releasing HM label though to be honest its cup is not exactly running over with Steel-clad masterpieces...
It's worth mentioning that PNM did have a couple of proper Metal releases on their consciense before the Metal Muza-sublabel was launched, like TURBO's "Epidemie" as well as license pressings of bands like King Diamond, Helloween, Slayer and Sacred Reich.
|SX 2913||Dragon||Fallen Angel||LP||1990|| "Horda Goga" had a spark of Eastern Eeriness
about it, despite the trad-Thrash performance. Here they're just failing at being Poland's Morbid Angel (Imperator won that race by miles..).
Technically only the cassette version is credited to Metal Muza. The LP version still uses the original Polskie Nagrania Muza label.
|SX 2914||Non Iron||Candles And Rain||LP||1990|
|SX 2918||Acid Drinkers||Are You A Rebel?||LP
|1990||Ew... 'Humor Thrash' might be an even worse abomination than numt'l. Dunno who's worse, these guys or the infamous C.Y.D.H.I.E. Genoside? |
CD version has no Metal Muza credit, only mother label PNM.
|SX 2931||V/A||Stars On Thrash||LP||1990||Licensed from Roadrunner Records.|
Flotsam & Jetsam, Mucky Pup, DRI, Pestilence, Toxik, Paradox, SOD, Acrophet, Gothic Slam, Slayer, Sacred Reich, Znöwhite, The Great Kat, Atrophy and Hades.
|SX 2932||Sepultura||Beneath The Remains||LP||1990||Licensed from Roadracer Records / RC Records.|
|SX 2936||C.Y.D.H.I.E. Genoside||Ashes To Ashes - Only Rosie Forever||LP||1990||It's not only the doGawful vocals. The annoyance-factor is miles high on this prog-thrash monstrosity and just like the debut this is utterly unlistenably and best avoided at any cost.|
|SX 2953||Marty Friedman||Dragon's Kiss||LP||1990|
|SX 2954||Wolf Spider||Hue Of Evil||LP||1990|
|SX 2964||Destroyers||The Miseries Of Virtue||LP||1991|
|SX 2979||Hammer||Terror||LP||1991||They've upped the speed & energy from the debut and with an unusually crisp production & mix accompanying, this makest it the strongest of their 2 albums ...which by no means makes it a masterpiece but nonselective die-hard Thrashers should def' check this one out.|
|SX 2994||Turbo||Dead End||LP||1991|