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.

Nature of War is out January 13th, 2017. Preorder it at their Bandcamp, then stay up to date with Suppressive Fire by liking them on Facebook.

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