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Onslaught Reveals New Album Title

British thrash metal veterans Onslaught has revealed that their forthcoming new studio album will be entitled, "Sounds Of Violence." This will be their fifth studio album, and first to be released through their new record label AFM. A message from guitarist Nige Rockett reads as follows:

"Sounds Of Violence is a very fitting title for the new recording, musically and lyrically this is definately the most brutal and intense Onslaught album to date. It's full of machine gun riffs / ferocious drum patterns and some pretty fucked up lyrical content..

"This album was never meant to be pretty, it's not a concept album by any measure but there's a definite theme to the whole package, right thru from the sleeve design to the music and on to the words, its violence all the way. There's a lot of hate in Sounds Of Violence and a whole lot of reality in there too, much of it straight from the heart."

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1. Diamond Oz writes:

I absolutely love Onslaught but I'm not too fond of the title I must say.

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2. THRASH TILL DEATH writes:

ONSLAUGHT!!!

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