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Italy Country of Origin: Italy

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Release Date: 2007
Label: Self Released
Genre: Thrash
1. Nofuck
3. In Hail
4. Abstine
5. Tragedy
6. Australian Girl
7. Existenzminimum
8. Why Me?

Review by JD on March 7, 2009.

Thrashing out of Italy, NoFuck comes through like the Roman army on steroids, laying waste and capturing all in it's iron grip. They are musically amazing, lyrically powerful and all the while they just rock your asses off at every turn. Goodbye to opera and stuff like that, the Roman Colosseum is open, and NoFuck are headlining the slaughter of the unbelievers of metal.

Mixing together a nasty concoction of 80's and 90's Thrash, adding in the newer style of Thrash-core and then adding in their own angst and aggression... they then explode out and show you exactly what the new breed of thrashers are all about and why they are out to take over the world. Just like an assassin's bullet from a crack sniper, they are pinpoint accurate with their attack while producing maximum damage. These guys do not fool around, and nail you with one shot between the eyes.

Guitars (done by David Pennesi) feel so shockingly brutal while they flair out, making it more than just enjoyable then joining in is the bassist (Emillio Sonno) showing his brilliance over every riff he does while his bass sound grinds your brain into mush. The blasting back beats are set down by drummer Davide Poddesu, and nearly causing brain damage in the process.

All of these parts seem to click smoothly together, and topped off by the major screams and guttural power of Daniele 'Ogre' Cristiano breeds me to really know for sure that Thrash is back and ready to take it's place once again.

With tracks like: 'Shattered Dreams' and 'Tragedy' show how great this band is ahd how hard they do really rock. I am seeing that NoFuck will be a band that will be heard from time and time again. All I can say is, 'No Fuck, their good!'

Categorical Rating Breakdown

Musicianship: 8
Atmosphere: 8
Production: 7.5
Overall: 8

Rating: 7.8 out of 10