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Wrath Of God

     
         
         
         
     
             
Kuazar are a thrash metal band from Paraguay who cite Kreator, Exodus, Slayer and Testament as some of their major influences.    
             
These influences can be heard on 'The Truth Of Reality', the opening song on the album. Kreator-like vocals, Slayer-like brutality and a screaming guitar solo make this an impressive song.    
             
'Kuriju' contains vocals more akin to death metal, keeping up the brutal pace set by the opening song. 'My Life Is My Own' mellows a little, but only a little, 'Inner Prison' is an acoustic instrumental leading into 'Alcatraz', a heavy riff laden song.    
             
'Hunter And Prey' is an up tempo thrash song with a huge Kreator feel to it, 'Black Soul' is a thrash/death mix of brutality while 'The World Is Destroying Itself' with its acoustic intro, brutal guitar riffs and jack hammer style drumming is over six minutes of aural delight.    
             
'The Light Of Damnation' races by in blistering fashion with 'Twenty Days In Hell' bringing the album to a close in a blaze of out and out thrash metal, growled vocals and crunchy guitars.    
             
Overall, an album of brutal thrash metal, growled vocals and crunching guitars, placing it among the likes of Slayer, Exodus and Kreator.    
             
             
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
             
Reviewed For Vlad Nowajczyk (Vlad Rocker)    
             
             
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