Song Info
Released March 18, 2008 for Rock Band
Earache Thrash 01
5305 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Metal
Album: Slaughter of the Soul (1995)

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non_zero
WTF was that? This song is just fast, and furious. Only people with the best reflexes and fastest sticking will be able to pass this one.

Want a tip to pass it? Ignore every other cymbal note during the fast parts. Instead of red+yellow, bass+yellow... do red, bass+yellow. This works because bass and red count more than yellow and if you can get a good rhythm going you won't even drop on the rock meter.

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03.20.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
capes
A good song to practice your speed and endurance with, but other than that, it's uncreative. I think it's fun, but unless you like the song and like fast thrashing, you won't enjoy it.
08.16.16 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Thrash beats have never been so horrific zyyzyyzyy
The drum beat looks like something Charlie Benante (lead drummer for Anthrax) pulled out of his butthole. It's just the same pattern for three consecutive minutes with no variation whatsoever, and making matters worse, it's BLAZING fast. Stay away unless you want to torture your arms and your concentration, because it's not fun.

Grade: F
Rate: 1/5
Difficulty: 🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴
07.24.16 12:44am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Pure Fury! Gigakoops
The song is short, but the chart is furious and swift. You start with a simple strum pattern that has you switching between green and red lower notes and several different combinations of high notes. This keeps both of your hands busy, which is something I like. The chorus riff has you strumming power chords and quickly switching to really quick HOPO patterns, which range from an okay speed to nearly spasmatic patterns.

The bridge gives a nice break, as it's sustains and chords. Then the solo hits, half the time easy as crap and the other half rocking a sweet HOPO pattern.

It's worth a purchase if you like At the Gates or are just looking for fun charts, regardless of genre.
05.31.12 3:08pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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