Ophiuchus | Welcome to the Machine

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Welcome to the Machine

by Ophiuchus

Thrash Metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome to the Machine
3:18 album only
2. Knee Deep in Hell
2:32 album only
3. Reality
3:41 album only
4. Hall of the Slain
5:33 album only
5. Freaks in Disguise
5:25 album only
6. A Different Kind of Fear
2:50 album only
7. In Honor of Those
4:41 album only
8. Guns Blazing
3:29 album only
9. End of Days
3:11 album only
10. Cry of Malice
1:02 album only
11. Illest Deeds
4:02 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
- Metalette (Metal-Rules.com)
“…an excellent young band who I personally think are on their way to going far in the scene.”

- Avinash Mittur (metalassault.com)
“…You know a band is cool when the worst thing about them is their name. And God, what an awful name for such a kick-ass band.”
“ Licea’s rough yelps stood in stark contrast to drummer Jimmy Bones’ occasional death growls, but it reminded me of a thrashier version of the dual-vocalist style of Carcass, Exhumed and Impaled. It’s a neat, yet somewhat unique feature for a thrash band to have on display. As for the music, the relentless thrash brought to mind both Slayer and early Kreator in its primal aggression and made for a perfect primer for the music to come…”

- Dylan Mujica (Startover news Magazine)

“Very few bands are able to develop their own original sound that defines them as a band. Some metal bands of this generation are often said to sound alike or don't sound like they are metal at all. It wasn't until I was at a show at the Key Club when I watched a thrash metal band by the name of Ophiuchus that I saw one of metals edgiest genres making a huge comeback since the days of the Big Four”

“Their sound is old school without sounding too much like Metallica or Anthrax, they sound the way a thrash metal band coming into this generation would sound like, new but sticking to the original thrash style of the early days of thrash genre..”



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