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Hammr – Unholy Destruction

hammr – unholy destruction

Old Fashioned Black/Speed/Thrash Metal! After releasing an independent EP and demo, Hells Headbangers contacted J. Hammer (probably not Jan Hammer who created Crockett’s Theme of the 1980s Miami Vice TV show) to join their ranks. Not strange that a label like Hells Headbangers is attempting to lure Hammr in, as the influences of early Bathory, Venom, Discharge and early Celtic Frost are right at the surface. You won’t hear a single second of originality, but that is almost impossible, if not 100% impossible when you are playing vile 1980s Black/Speed/Thrash Metal. Decent album, just for the fun of it. (Ricardo)