This previous July in Toronto at The Rockpile, Canadian thrashers Korrosive have been opening assist for legendary pace steel maniacs Exciter. Throughout this epic present evening, the band took the chance to seize the entire stay expertise for his or her followers. There have been no corrections, overdubs, or tweaks made to the video. It’s Korrosive being pure, uncooked, and unfiltered.
The band feedback:
“We wish to thank our guitarist Jack Neila for guiding and enhancing the video. He used 5 cameras to seize the entire present in superb 4K, full with stage diving, windmilling, and a large wall-of-death. We wish to additionally thank Jake Disman for recording the audio immediately from the soundboard, and our producer Ben Erikson (he did each our albums) for the combination. The sound is crisp, clear, and heavy. Benefit from the headbanging!”
Korrosive lately launched their newest album, Poisonous Apokalypse, by way of CDN Data (digital and CD) together with vinyl and cassette coming in 2023 (launch date to be decided).
Poisonous Apokalypse follows their first full-length 2021’s Kaustic Hordes and the 2019 EP Melting From Inside. That includes eight assaulting bangers, every track on the album is sort of totally different in a manner from one another, and but, nonetheless uniquely Korrosive. They push every monitor with pace and extremity, from “Deadly Strike” that has a ton of blast beats and solos, but remains to be unmistakably thrash, to “Radioaktive Scourge”, full of pure aggression, not like something they’ve launched earlier than. From its pace, the lyrics, and the sheer depth, this track would be the shortest monitor on the file, however makes the biggest impression and it’s over earlier than you already know it. And in addition strongly really useful is “Hail The Hellfire”, maybe the band’s anthem to the whole Poisonous Apokalypse album. Written as a mirrored image of the interval when the full-length was being composed, this monitor discusses the brutality of battle and the tip results of every particular person concerned in its trigger, no matter aspect.
The band provides:
“Diabolical, quick, unforgiving Armageddon. From sluggish passages, mid-tempo bangers, hyper-fast blast beats, and the occasional odd-time signature, it’s a experience in excessive thrash not like something earlier than. Poisonous Apokalypse is an album that may hit you exhausting, quick, and depart you with a ‘what the f*ck simply occurred?’ feeling.”
Lyrically, the music units the general tone for a way the lyrics are written and substance. Songs take care of subjects of science fiction, Armageddon, and “what if” eventualities. The album artwork was created by the notorious Ed Repka (Darkish Angel, Demise, Hirax, Megadeth, Suicidal Angels, Venom).
“Sometimes, the best way we write songs is to have every track performed or be in the midst of the writing course of, and I might create one thing out of that. It’s uncommon for us that lyrics get written first earlier than the track is made,” provides Zarei.
One factor that the mosh pit can at all times count on from Korrosive is the vitality they carry to their exhibits.
“I at all times consider a present, no matter venue, as a efficiency that’s meant to seize the gang. And as a band, Korrosive at all times exudes that stage of depth throughout our exhibits.”
Beneficial for followers of Sodom, Kreator, Demise, and Sepultura, Poisonous Apokalypse was produced by Ben Erikson with mastering performed by Arthur Rizk (Energy Journey, Kreator, Cro-Mags, Municipal Waste, Soulfly).
“Radioaktive Scourge” lyric video:
(Picture – Michael Jari Davidson)
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