PREMIERE: Suppressive Fire – “No Man’s Land”
Get your first taste of North Carolina thrash machine Suppressive Fire‘s latest record Nature of War with “No Man’s Land”.
With a raw, early-90s production job courtesy Toxic Holocaust‘s Joel Grind, “No Man’s Land” is a dank slice of savage thrash. The track offers a spare spare main riff that morphs into a heavier affair, surely the work of expanding Suppressive Fire from a three-piece to a quartet from their debut to this, their second record. By the time the double-speed breakdown lands, every neck in the room outta headbang along.