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  1. Sep 20, 2022 · The sound was modern, yet dynamic. The songs were direct and fearless – they even wrote Jihad about the 9/11 attacks from a terrorist’s perspective, while the Grammy-winning Eyes Of The Insane dealt with a soldier’s post-traumatic stress disorder. Thrash was making waves again, and Slayer had come up with their own tidal wave.

  2. Anthrax, one of the “Big Four” of thrash metal, has left an indelible mark on the heavy music scene since their formation in 1981. Hailing from New York City, Anthrax pioneered a unique blend of thrash metal and hardcore punk, known as crossover thrash, which has influenced countless bands throughout the years.

  3. Jan 20, 2024 · Scott Ian on 10 proto-thrash bangers that changed the face of 80s metal. ... 10 songs that invented thrash metal, according to Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian ... This was the beginning of crossover ...

  4. Nov 8, 2023 · D.R.I., or Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, are considered to be one the earliest crossover thrash bands and are ven credited with helping pioneer the genre. Below, you can check out a complete list of the best D.R.I. albums, including every studio album along with pictures of the album covers. This D.R.I....

  5. nitrari. • 1 yr. ago. Crossover tends to have shorter songs with silly/sarcastic lyrics while thrash has longer songs with a more "traditional" song-structure and lyrics that are either about politics and serious issues or "satanic evil blood stuff".

  6. Powerviolence (sometimes written as power violence) is a chaotic and fast subgenre of hardcore punk which is closely related to thrashcore and grindcore. In contrast with grindcore, which is a "crossover" idiom containing musical aspects of heavy metal, powerviolence is just an augmentation of the most challenging qualities of hardcore punk.

  7. Thrash = the original name for crossover thrash. DRI, COC, Cryptic Slaughter, dead horse, Fearless Iranians From Hell, MDC. Thrashcore, "crossover Thrash" = attempts to work around the fact that people now often mean speed metal when they say "thrash," and get pissed when they hear punk-style songs. 1. Award.

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