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Various - Metal On Metal - The IVth Crusade

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  1. Partway through their discography, The IVth Crusade is often ignored due to its position between two generally acknowledged classics, Warmaster and For Victory, yet it’s at least as good as the latter, if not the former. The pulverising likes of Icon and Embers are the heaviest that the band .
  2. Bolt Thrower’s fourth LP, rightfully entitled The IVth Crusade is somewhat of a departure from the early material of the band. Through their first three records, the English old-school death metal quintet had been establishing themselves as major players of the scene, displaying obvious roots in grindcore and borrowing their imagery heavily from the Warhammer 40k universe.
  3. Jun 07,  · like Cliff Burton was to Metallica with his way of making a Bass sound like no other. The Bass (The Las we hear of) brings to Bolt Thrower. The Bass on this album (as the next) is brilliant. Again, It shows what a Bass can bring to the line up of metal/5(20).
  4. The IVth Crusade is the fourth Bolt Thrower album. It is recorded at Sawmill studios in August , produced by Bolt Thrower and Colin Richardson. Engineered by John Cornfield. Mixed at Fon studios engineered by Alan Fisch and Steve Harris (producer). It is .
  5. Listen to albums and songs from Bolt Thrower. Join Napster and access full-length songs on your phone, computer or home audio device. Formed in Coventry, England, in , Bolt Thrower started out combining thrash metal and hardcore punk before settling into a straight death metal style.
  6. BOLT THROWER - The IVth Crusade (EARACHE Records LP ) It's easy to be a fan of bands like Bolt Thrower. You always know what to expect from their album s, because the band never wimped out, never decided "to progress" or change their death metal style for something completely different.

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