Thor manages to kill the Serpent and Odin strips the Worthy of their hammers, causing Sin to lose Skadi's powers.
This leaves Sin incapacitated. Sin later returns as one of the villains working alongside Zemo as part of a plot to forcibly sterilize the human race. She battles Captain America Sam Wilson and apparently falls to her death after refusing to allow the hero to save her from an explosion. After meeting the mysterious Kobik who was created from a shard of the Cosmic Cube, Sin's face was restored to normal.
When Jane Foster is forced to step down from her role on the Congress of the Nine Realms by Cul Borrson , the twisted god attempts to nominate Sin as Midgard's new representative, but Jane has already appointed S. Their super-prison was raided by the Underground in their mission to free their captive friends. Learning of an alternate future where her father took over the world, Sin allies with Miss Sinister and Mysterio, along with the forces of 'Neo-Hydra', with the goal of repeating the feat that led to that victory, in the form of Mysterio manipulating someone- Old Man Logan in the original version of events- into attacking other heroes.
However, when Mysterio learns that the other villains plan to kill him once their efforts have succeeded, he turns on the other villains and betrays their location to a group of Avengers, which forces Neo-Hydra to flee. Sin appears to have no superhuman abilities but being trained by her father, the Red Skull, through which she is an expert hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist.
She is also highly proficient in firearms and explosives, and has a high-level intellect. As Mother Superior, Sin possessed a range of superhuman powers including telepathy , telekinesis , teleportation and intangibility. After she was de-aged, she apparently lost these powers completely - unlike the other "Sisters of Sin", whose powers were diminished but not eliminated upon de-aging.
The reason for this discrepancy has never been revealed. Restless Fear Mastered Gas. Protest And Resistance can be considered at least a slight improvement over Shellshock's previous release.
The sound is sharper and somewhat more energetic, some of this effect due to the band's growing hardcore tendencies that started to show up on this album while still staying on the safe side, playing only a minor role on the whole.
It still lacks appeal that would necessarily make you return to this album after the first couple of listenings or so, but the music does not feel quite as pointless as some moments on Mortal Days do.
Of course, Shellshock still could have succeeded better in the songwriting department, but what you hear is what you get. Whether that is enough in the long run is a matter of personal taste, but better not solely rely on this album when you add items to your packsack before that half a year stay on a lone island.
A Reason For War 2. Shock Troopers 3. Goodbye Liver 4. Allowed Submission 5. Slave Of State 6. Obsolete Proud Attack 7. Brainsucker 8. Nothing Remains 9. Stranglehold Sunday Night Fever Goodbye Liver live Allowed Submission live. The self-titled debut release of Shock Troopers sounds fairly good-natured and upbeat.
Every song is rather short, simple, and straightforward, and the appeal of the band's music must be largely based on this total avoidance of more complicated solutions. At times the terse and stripped-down approach brings some old, more hardcore-ish acts from the s to mind, but this band's style is more firmly based on thrash metal as well as supported by a meatier production.
It is on par with the fastest current thrash metal bands, but the sound of Shock Troopers is slightly more spontaneous and has a specific kind of live quality to it. In all honesty, there is not much about this album to make a permanent impression, but as a rare form of musical therapy Shock Troopers deserve an honorable mention.
Intro Metal Slug 2. Competition 3. Take Your Eyes Off Me 4. Blades And Rods 5. Vice 6. Road Thrash 7. Toilet Show 8. Protection Money 9.
Jail World Waterboarding The Rape. Blades And Rods is mostly an unsurprising continuation of the style that Shock Troopers established with their debut. It seems difficult to add any notable new commentary as the band's way of thinking has essentially remained unchanged, with exactly the same kind of compact songwriting in effect.
Maybe the metallic edge is sharper than on the previous album, and the feel of music is a tad heavier and less lighthearted - that aside, the differences are mainly superficial. If possible, Blades And Rods appears even a bit more one-dimensional than its predecessor, but it's hard to say whether this is just due to imagination.
While this album is still a good candidate for easy listening, any further releases from the band could benefit from some fine-tuning of the formula in order to avoid complete repetition. Hellgrinder 2. I Am The Hell 3. Friday Night Thrash Attack 4. Trample The Altar 5. Hang On The Cross 6. Cynic Horde 7. Six Pack Attack 8. The Power Is Mine. Shrapnel's Hellbound is kind of refreshing, to some extent. This is straight-out no-frills thrash metal from the very first notes onwards, and the total lack of academic pondering or pointless twiddling is more than obvious.
Despite the simple grounds that this music is based on, the execution is convincing and sharp, and boredom rarely has time to step in. With mostly rather compact and streamlined songs, there is a strong sense of continuity and a common theme.
Great variation or highly intelligent lyrics are not the name of the game here, but the album stands on its own long enough so that the aftertaste is quite satisfactory. An exceptional recording Hellbound is not, but unlike the plethora of average and somewhat faceless releases in the scene, this album manages to raise its head above the rest by a small but important margin. Within You It Hurts 2.
Luminous Green 3. The Masonry 4. In The Machine 5. Here M. La Danse des Morts 7. Ophelia Dreamed 8. There is a certain niche of bands who kept clinging to the vanishing original thrash metal scene for one reason or another, and Shrine happen to belong to this group. Although the band's Portuguese origins raise some interest in their music in advance, and their only release Perspective starts out almost promising, you soon realize that there is nothing new under the sun.
This album definitely has some style of its own, but it is another thing altogether whether much of this holds any great value in the long run. The band handle their instruments in a convincing way and the outcome is not weak at all, but no matter how close, it is not quite there to leave a mark.
Only a few years earlier and Shrine could have made something of a name for themselves even with this kind of rather unsurprising delivery - at this point it was hardly an option anymore.
Vision 2. Echoes Of Damnation 3. Voice Of The Pariah 4. Pitbull 5. Living Hypocrisy 6. Path Of Uncertainty 7. Death By Womba 8. Dark Tide Rising 9. You got to give it to Silence, they must have put everything they had into this one. The first couple of tracks on Vision go straight to the point - there is no actual intro to speak of, the main riff goes off immediately and the vocals quickly follow.
After such a direct initial attack you may start to wonder if the whole album is this eager, but in reality there is at least some variation to it. Almost an hour long, this recording includes everything that can be considered must-have in typical American thrash metal of the time, blending it together into a semi-successful riff-fest. The sound is sharp and clear and the band have the right attitude, and with some more creativity and memorable riffs they might have eventually made it.
Even now the outcome is not totally without some limited appeal. For sure, if the sound and feel of it was the only thing that matters then this album would be a winner. Self Abuse 2. Open Season 4. Theatre Of The Depraved 5. Matrix Of Madness 6. Distraction Of Thought 7. Rise And Fall 8. Prey Upon The Weak.
Based on their name and general style, Silent Scream clearly draw their inspiration from bands like Slayer. The production of this album is about the heaviest you can get, but it sort of goes to waste with these tracks that must be some of the most derivative and plodding pieces ever. Sure, the band sound extremely heavy and technically there is not much to complain about, but the lack of imagination combined with very dull delivery doesn't exactly make the music appeal to your senses.
Especially the first half of this album is awfully boring and pointless, and the rest is actually better only by a couple of individual riffs. With its overly flattening feel, this one is just a perfect choice to play in the background when you're having a major depression. Labyrinth To The Gods 3. Disinterred Faith 4. Angelique 5. Enslaved To Hades 6. Outro 7. There is no danger of mistaking Sithlord for some modern-style group, as the band's sound is overtly old-fashioned and therefore pleasant.
The initial feel of Labyrinth To The Gods is actually familiar enough to bring some old works of Destruction to mind, with a certain additional flavor of Sithlord's own. The band clearly had a taste for songwriting that would produce if not downright catchy tracks then at least songs that don't sound like the most stereotypical picks from the bottom of the recycle bin.
Although a certain amount of nostalgia is a beneficial factor contributing to the response that this recording is likely to raise on a typical listener, the result does not sound like a mere rehashing of the old.
Sithlord's music is simply quite stylish in its own right. Dissection 2. Summoning Thy Master 3. Holy Virgin's Demise 4. Predator Moon 5. Condemned To The Grave 7. Grim Thoughts 8. Necronomicon Ex-Mortis 9. Advanced Australia Fair.
The Return To Godless Times propelled Sithlord's sound into a more characteristic direction, enough so that it is not too easy to make direct comparisons anymore.
There are several quite lengthy pieces on this album, but the music maintains a certain consistent charm of its own while none of the tracks really drags. With sufficient variety, most songs are fairly well distinguishable from each other - for example, Holy Virgin's Demise starts out sounding like an ominous spell that gradually draws you in, while Grim Thoughts sports some very catchy riffs that make it one of the more memorable tracks here.
It is not that common to find a band with some genuine style, but in Sithlord's case at least a semi-original vision is evident. Contamination 3. Fear 4. Sixty Nine 5. Crystal Eyes 6. You Gonna Die 7. Legal Violence 8. Eternal Life 9. Choose Death Uniform Help Me Sixty Nine's little-known release can make almost any other album out there seem pompous and overpolished. Just For The Fun provides a string of rather straightforward splashes of thrash metal in a terse and slender format, and you can be sure that there is nothing progressive about these songs.
Although the band certainly knew how to slow down for an occasional stomping break, the first and foremost feature is the keen attack that almost all tracks invariably employ. A couple of songs are nothing but minimal hardcore-ish bursts, but mostly it is just very plain and bare thrashing that this recording contains. There is no doubt that a full album of the same can appear a bit too dull and dumb to some, but in short snippets you may find it kind of refreshing every now and then, even though the long-time appeal is quite limited.
Vulnerable Giant 3. Unleashing The Demon 4. Skullbreaker 5. Hypocritical Face 6. Mighty Hunter 7. Why 8. Commercial Filth 9. False Utopia Thrash Solution. It is kind of convenient that you can often make an educated guess of the level of imagination or the total lack of it that blatant retro thrash metal bands have based on their album titles only, even taking into account some notable exceptions. Skullbreaker still have the same chances as everyone else to convince the listener with their actual music, but Total Thrash Terror does not exactly hit the mark.
It really doesn't take too much time before it becomes too evident that another Fastkill this is not. And if someone still doesn't know what a run-of-the-mill album of rough thrash metal sounds like, then this one is not going to make a pleasant example, not least due to the terribly strained vocals that must be some of the ugliest out there. Total Thrash Terror is just so blunt and generic that it can make a typical Witchburner album seem almost novel in comparison.
The Sky Beneath My Feet 2. Trance Dance 3. A Minute Piece 4. The Widdershins Jig 5. Our Dying Island 6. Pagan Man 7. Cradle Will Fall 8. Skyclad 9. Moongleam And Meadowsweet The Wayward Sons Of Mother Earth was a remarkable debut for the British folk-thrash metal masters Skyclad, at this early stage with more elements of forceful thrash metal than actual folk music. With the notable exceptions of the heavily folk influenced The Widdershins Jig complete with a violin and the affective Moongleam And Meadowsweet , plus a couple of short interludes, this album is about as heavy as anything Sabbat ever made and not much behind in speed.
With Martin Walkyier's angry vocals remaining some of the best in the thrash metal history, there are some truly classic tracks on this album, starting with the captivating The Sky Beneath My Feet and ending with the incredibly heavy and menacing Terminus. Ridiculously much more original and memorable than most other albums out there, The Wayward Sons Of Mother Earth completes the righteous Sabbat trilogy of pagan thrash in a lot more satisfying way than Mourning Has Broken ever did.
Tenement Zone 2. If Thine Eye 3. Johnny's Home 4. Razor's Edge 5. Hellbound 6. Hunt You Down 7. Gods' Prey 8. Fight Or Fall 9. No Excuses Born For War.
This is partially due to the professional, dynamic production by Mark Dodson, who also produced some Anthrax and Suicidal Tendencies albums, but in addition Slammer's style is very similar to most American bands of the time. On this debut Slammer played smooth thrash metal which appears somewhat generic and uncreative. The first few tracks actually manage to raise some serious interest and make you expect more from the album, but the music soon degenerates into pretty average thrash.
The band appeared to be very capable and the production is top-notch, but in the end The Work Of Idle Hands Apparently Slammer's debut, while well-produced, was not that successful to begin with as this mini album was released on a minor label. Not supported by such a top-notch production anymore, Insanity Addicts sounds simply bland and very generic. The fairly neutral production of this release just emphasizes the relatively weak vocals and the general lack of power in the music.
Without any particularly good points, Insanity Addicts is just another addition to the category of mostly forgettable albums in the scene.
What's Your Pleasure? Greed 3. In The Name Of God 4. Just Another Massacre 5. Architect Of Pain 6. Every Breath 7. I Know Who I Am 8. Corruption 9. Think For Yourself Slammer's final release is just every bit as insignificant as the band's previous albums and more. The production of Nightmare Scenario , while somewhat decent, is pretty bland especially compared to the debut, which makes this album seriously lack power.
The music doesn't contain much real energy, and it goes through your head without a trace whatsoever. It's not that the band couldn't play fast and well, but a solid album needs more than that. The sound of this release on the whole is just totally emotionless and boring.
If there's a couple of good riffs on Nightmare Scenario , they effectively get lost in the general dullness of the music. Nocturnal Hell 3. Fuck Of Death 4. Tortured Souls 5. Parasites 6. Curse 7. Strappado 8. Maim To Please 9. One Foot In The Grave Tyrant Of Hell Death Dealer Tales Of The Macabre. Slaughter were a real cult band already in their time. Strappado is a complete representation of this Canadian legend's original style, a piece of extremely gruff and pounding thrash metal.
On average, these songs are not very fast except for a few tracks, and sometimes Slaughter almost manage to sound like a thrashier version of Celtic Frost, in both good and bad.
While the approach is emphatic, some tracks can appear a bit too simple and plodding. But the best pieces like Curse and the title song are undeniably very nasty and effective, and the rest of material has some rough charm of its own as well. In the end Strappado just remains one of the more essential albums from the old times. Not Dead Yet 2. Flake 3. Threshold Of Pain 4.
Timewarp 5. Death Comes Ripping Through You 6. The Dark 7. Astral Projector 8. Telepathic Screams. Not Dead Yet marked a change of pace after Strappado. After some line-up changes, the band's style became faster and more straightforward by a notable amount, and this album simply sounds more like typical thrash metal on all counts.
But although the music might not be quite as original as on the previous release, these tracks remain fairly powerful even with some of their more formulaic tendencies. The roaring vocals, heavy riffs and high speed eventually make this album if not as memorable as Strappado then at least a well-done piece of work in its class of heavy thrash metal.
It's not like Slaughter remarkably lost steam here, as Not Dead Yet would be a decent recording in almost any band's discography. Note: This album was initially released under the moniker of Strappado, after the original Slaughter had disbanded. Later it has been re-released as a part of official Slaughter reissues. Evil Has No Boundaries 2. The Antichrist 3. Die By The Sword 4.
Fight Till Death 5. Black Magic 7. Tormentor 8. The Final Command 9. Crionics Show No Mercy. One of the most classic thrash metal debuts, Slayer's Show No Mercy is so effective and well controlled that it can be a bit surprising considering the age of this release. Except for Tom Araya's particularly raw vocals on this album, the band already sounded about the same as on their later releases in the s.
In fact, the production is amazingly decent - especially the guitar sound is very sharp and clear. Some of these songs may not seem too hot from today's perspective anymore, but generally the material is very satisfying. It is certainly a good thing that the band got rid of the eye liner soon after this, though. Chemical Warface 2. Captor Of Sin 3. Haunting The Chapel 4. Aggressive Perfector bonus.
With Haunting The Chapel Slayer took a darker and heavier direction in their music, leading the way for the whole genre. While there is some noticeable progression in songs, the result does not have quite the same uplifting appeal as Show No Mercy. One could go as far as to call some of these tracks downright depressive, as well as somewhat repetitive. Whereas the production of the band's debut release had a notably bright quality to it, this mini album sounds fairly gloomy.
Worth a note, the bonus track Aggressive Perfector is supposedly the original version of this song and quite different a lot less intense, that is than the re-recorded piece found on some extended editions of Reign In Blood , for example. Hell Awaits 2. Kill Again 3. At Dawn They Sleep 4. Praise Of Death 5. Necrophiliac 6. Eric Fan. Pat Byrnes. Tom Cheney. Aged Pixel. Bill Fleming. Tony Camacho. Martin Newman. Flo Karp. Simon Booth.
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