UK Thrash Podcast #6 is on...or should be... featuring.. SSS, ACRAL NECROSIS, VISCERAL ATTACK, SEKHMET, MUTED + CHEWIN DRUIDS
So, another day, another podcast, this one entirely recorded in my bathroom, which does sort of sound like me trapped inside a fort made of baking trays.. BUT.. the content I do believe is rather good.
So yeah, the last two interviews from FTA, cheers to Josh again, and quite a mixture of tracks this week, one straight up thrash, one more traditional heavy metal, one crossover and one blacky thrash.. I think the Muted track might suprise a few people!
Cheers for listening, keep in touch yeah..
Volume 1 - Jan 09 http://www.mininova.org/tor/2537216 Volume 2 - Feb 09 http://www.mininova.org/tor/2567281 Volume 3 - March 09 http://www.mininova.org/tor/2590714 Volume 4 - May 09 http://www.mininova.org/tor/2644846 Volume 5 - June 09 http://www.mininova.org/tor/2697916
UK Thrash is a scene we hold dear to our hearts, it was shadowed in the 80's by 'the big 4' dominating the airwaves. Nowadays, while the same bands were either in therapy or sacking each other over pissing territories, the aftermath of Blair's Birtain started to spew thrash bile for the new millenium. No longer the comedy underdogs, a true UK thrash underground scene is alive and well and with your help can only get bigger...
Here's where you come in, all you have to do is listen to great bands and support them, the main port of call for all things UK Thrash is....UK Thrash!
There is a massive database of bands for you to check out and a close-knit forum based community who are there to give out all kinds of useful info (and shoot the shit about random bollocks).
If messageboards aren't your thing, there is a free UK Thrash podcast for you to listen to / download made by hardcore members featuring news, upcoming gigs and 3 new tracks minimum from the cream of the underground every fortnight....(Volume 5 out now)
itunes stream here (Can download as mp3)
flash player here (Left side)
Here's where it's at.... Every scene has it's day, fortunately, Thrash has had two! It's now up to us to take the reigns before labels and magazines move on to milk the 'next big thing' dry and drag apart what we hold close to our hearts that has taken so long to build. Thrash belongs in the city streets and there it will stay.