FRENZY FIRE    

HEAVY METAL & HARD ROCK MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

   
             
HOME ALBUM REVIEWS FEATURED ARTISTS UPCOMING REVIEWS LINKS    
             
             
             

     
     
     
         
         

Wasted In Hollywood

     
         
         
         
             
             
Discipline X are a crossover thrash/hardcore punk band from Finland formed in 2007, releasing the E.P.s 'Revolution' in 2011 and 'One Of A Kind' in 2012. Their debut album 'Wasted In Hollywood' was released in 2014.    
             
Opening the album is the fast paced 'Walk To The Morgue', with its chunky power riffs and thunderous rhythms, reminiscent of early Exodus. Infectious and mesmeric, this is a storming album opener. The even faster paced 'Perfect Norm' is up next as it thunders on relentlessly, sometimes chaotic in places, but definitely an out and out thrash epic. The title song 'Wasted In Hollywood' shows the punkier side of the band as it stomps on and on with a sing a long chant of a chorus, this is a raw, energetic romp.    
             
'Bleeding Heart Blues' is a mid tempo, high octane rock song with a superb guitar sound and an old school feel, guaranteed to keep heads banging. 'Jewel Of The Nile' is a storming blaze of guitars and drums with a chaotic, punk edge to it and a blistering guitar solo too. 'Bukowski' is a short, heavy chug of an instrumental with 'I Want Your Blood' a foot stomping chug of song that relentlessly pounds at the senses as it chugs majestically to an end.    
             
Upping the pace is 'Overtime', full of chugging rhythms and blistering guitars, this is thrash metal as it should be. 'Backstabber' continues in the same vein, yet manages to seem a little less punk and a bit more full on, straightforward thrash metal. The exquisite, acoustic 'T.A.B.' leads into the brash, raw, energy fuelled 'Whoring On Hollywood', closing the album as it began...in a blaze of guitars and thunderous rhythms.    
             
Overall, fast paced, punk edged, thrash metal with blistering guitars, chugging rhythms and deep throaty vocals.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Vlad Nowajczyk (Vlad Rocker)    
             
             
Top