After the death metal hints of Low, Tetament turn it up a notch with Demonic. Full of the most dead thrash ever to be heard, Testament punish through 11 songs.
With no James Murphy on this one, Eric Handles most of the guitars, and this shows why there is a lot more death to the metal. The addition of new bassist, the cousin of Eric, and the drum god Gene Hoglan, means that this is another excellent album, especially afte nearly breaking up, and almost changing the name to Dog Faced Gods, after the ex-drummer of Michine Head (who was helping at the time) suggested it, this album comes out really well.
The first song (Demonic Refusal), and songs like John Doe and Drowning show this new found death metal bias.
Another excellent album from the ever consistent Testament!!