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Trailer For "Thrash Anthems II" Issued By Destruction

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10 years removed from recreating the past on "Thrash Anthems," German thrash legends Destruction is at it again with the impending release of "Thrash Anthems II" on November 10th via Nuclear Blast Records.

The album features 10 fully re-recorded versions of past classics taken from the first seven albums and picked by the fans, along with the oft-covered Dead Kennedy's tune "Holiday in Cambodia."

Today, the band released the first trailer clip leading up to the release, which features the drum recording sessions. Check it out in the player below.

The track list for "Thrash Anthems II" is:

1. Confused Mind
2. Black Mass
3. Frontbeast
4. Dissatisfied Existence
5. United by Hatred
6. The Ritual
7. Black Death
8. The Antichrist
9. Confound Games
10. Ripping You Off Blind
11. Satan's Vengeance
12. Holiday in Cambodia (Dead Kennedys cover)

Check out the clip here:

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1. albert more human than human? writes:

Thrash till kill....great sound at least on this
compilation.

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