Adrenechrome release their debut thrash EP, Hideous Appetites, today. For the most part, it’s descent, but if there’s any element of thrash in it, I don’t hear it. For starters, none of the guitar solos are up to speed. Still, it’s not bad music for a Sunday afternoon hang-over.
[sic]Orillia, Ontario’s thrash progressive metallers Adrenechrome are proud to unleash today, Tuesday, November 20, their debut EP Hideous Appetites, which features seven explosive tracks that blend innovative guitar shredding, furious operatic vocals, thundering drums, and rumbling, gut-busting bass that were produced by Darius Szcespaniak (engineered for such bands as Sacrifice, Sum 41, and Black Crowes). Hideous Appetites truly stands out from the herd as Adrenechrome have crafted old school classic thrash to meet today’s modern prog evolution to bring back good ol’ fashioned face-melting‘n’ roll.
Adrenechrome vocalist/guitarist Chris Friesen comments on the release:
“Adrenechrome is extremely excited to officially release our debut EP. We have put out heart and soul into this project, and can’t wait to for the world to hear it. We welcome accolades and criticisms alike, much love and thanks.”
Adrenechrome – Hideous Appetites track list:
1. Titans Fall (3:18)
2. Six Guns (6:17)
3. The Horror (5:26)
4. Hymn For The Heathens (4:17)
5. Winds of The Void (5:01)
6. Locust Wings (4:26)
7. Hobbled (4:58)
Hideous Appetites is now streaming at Soundcloud.
Rock Hard \m/