The Metal Observer - Everything in Metal!

Band-Archives: Metalheads online.  
# | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z By country | By style | By reviewer






Band history still to come.

More Reviews
Current Updates
Print article
Rating explanation



Destructor - Sonic Bullet (8/10) - USA - 2003

Genre: Power Metal
Label: Auburn
Playing time: 46:00
Band homepage: -

Tracklist:

  1. Sonic Bullet
  2. Heavy Artillery
  3. Silent Enemy
  4. Blackest Night
  5. Master Of The Universe
  6. G-Force
  7. The Triangle
  8. Pounding Evil
  9. Iron Curtain
Destructor - Sonic Bullet
Yes, that's it!!! So and no different a reunion has to sound. Even though reunion is not really the right expression in the case of DESTRUCTOR as they never had been fully away anyway. But by now the band also musically is a ace up the sleeve again. They're back - back with a vengeance!

For all that do not know the band's name yet: The band hails from Ohio (Hello Cleveland!) and released its so far only album "Maximum Destruction" in 1985, where they delivered simple and damn heavy Power Metal. Now, 2003, the combo is back with an acoustic kick in the arse of the top class. "Sonic Bullet" is the title of this extended EP and thankfully nothing has changed. The guys still play their mix of EXCITER at "Violence And Force" days and old OVERKILL, whipping riffs, driving drum attacks, everything with power, power and some more power.

Melodies can be found, too, of course, but they are not an emphasis. For bombast Metalheads the album had not been conceived anyway. Speedies and Thrashers, though, can get this one without big doubts. Apart from two classics in live versions and the HAWKWIND cover "Master Of The Universe" the hammer is swung on six new songs, of which the title track, "Heavy Artillery" and "The Triangle" stand out most.

Welcome back, Boys!!! (Online August 13, 2003)

Falk Kollmannsperger



2000-2013 The Metal Observer. All rights reserved. Disclaimer