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Back to the Warehouse

by Infrared

Old school thrash resurrected! Infrared go back to the warehouse vault one last time to bring you the last of their old school songs infused with their modern writing and sound.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Meet My Standards
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2. One Mouth Two Faces
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3. Hate Today, Despise Tomorrow
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4. Animated Realities
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5. Wrathchild
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If Infrared sound like classic thrash metal, that’s because they are! And rightfully so since they were making music as teenagers in the mid to late 80s back when the Big 4 (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax) were just becoming famous. They literally lived and breathed that scene as it was happening and garnered national attention in Canada through their song and video for Thoughts Caught (in Between).

Then....life happened and members took different paths and the music, that was hot in the underground metal scene and loved by demo tape traders near and far, went dormant for 27 years! In 2014 Infrared reunited and by 2016 released their early songs on their debut album No Peace. They then followed up with their sophomore album Saviours with all new songs and now have returned to their old warehouse days to dust off the last of the songs from that time period, rework them with what they have learned, and present them now in the form of an EP called, Back the the Warehouse. Old meets new!

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