Posted on January 18, 2010 -
This album is great. This guy a few spaces above me who bothered to write a 3 paragraph review of [...] knows nothing. Yes, this is thrash. Let’s look at the small timeline: Mark McCoy, who is in one of the best thrash bands ever that being Charles Bronson, later moved on to Holy Molar and The Oath, which played shows or were friends with The Locust. The drummer of The locust was also in Holy Molar. There are people in The Locust that are in Head Wound City. In other words, YES, HWC is Thrash, but not “thrash-metal” like everyone is used to hearing, they are “thrashcore” as we call it. So there you have it. All the songs on HWC’s album are awesome, they are really fast, there’s plenty of screaming, and it’s just full of wonderful amounts of energy. Get this if you like The Oath, Charles Bronson, The Locust, Holy Molar, and anything else related to thrash/technopunk. I give it a 5 because I enjoy HWC and they rule. End of story.