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Love Is All Around But The World



Brutallian are a thrash metal band from Brazil forming in 2002, releasing their debut album 'Blow On The Eye' in 2015. The bands second album 'Reason For Violence' was released in 2018, with 'Love Is All Around But The World' released as a single.    
Brazil is a country made famous on the worldwide thrash metal scene during the eighties/nineties by bands such as Sepultura, Sarcofago, Executer and Torture Squad. Enter the new millennium with bands such as Violator and Project46, along with newcomers Nervosa, Brazil have a long and healthy tradition of producing thrash metal bands.    
Wedged into that tradition are Brutallian, who deliver extreme thrash metal at a blistering pace, with more aggression than heavyweight boxing legend Mike Tyson showed during his prime in the eighties and early nineties. 'Love Is All Around But The World' may have the title of a ballad, but fuck no... the lyrics talk about sexual abuse, racism and religious intolerance among others.    
With its raw and aggressive bombast kicking you hard in the back of the head, 'Love Is All Around But The World' is a raging rampage of fury, featuring a guest appearance by ex Torture Squad and Voodoo Priest singer Vitor Rodrigues.    
Overall, three and a half minutes of blistering paced thrash metal, delivering a kick and a punch so aggressive it'll knock you flying off your feet.    
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
Reviewed For Roadie-Metal