I think from time to time that i hardly can find as a ratio with population another country in the world with so many Thrash Metal bands.Slovenes really love Thrash Metal.Noisenik wrote:I'm sure you will, Vaggeli.
'Hope I will acquire some early Turbo and Lene Kosti recs, boots, whoteva, for all you Heavy Metal nutters.
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It was the most popular genre in the mid to late 80's through to summer of 1991. TM and Iron Maiden, probably because only IM and certain thrashers like Kreator, Destruction, Sacred Reich ever visited as to play. Also the teen generation of the time embraced the genre as the most brutal and therefore worth listen to. When next generation came, that is - mine, it inherited only Thrash and the most well known heavy/power/speed bands. Both generations were eager to add early and affirmating Death Metal. Then the "elders" decided to quit, while we prolonged, adding most of brutal bands of the time. Up until summer of 1994 I ignored everything that was not agressive enough, in the meantime I rabidly added a lot of DM and BM.Fucking Åmål wrote:I think from time to time that i hardly can find as a ratio with population another country in the world with so many Thrash Metal bands.Slovenes really love Thrash Metal.
Heard of them but not heard them. Their drummer, Boštjan Jurečič, had been co-running a HM edition on a national radio for quite some time. Chief source of info for many MHs, including myself, back in late 80's, early 90's.Herkus Monte wrote:http://metal-archives.com/band.php?id=3540317568
Has anyone heard of them?
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