New Order [VINYL]
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Its pretty difficult to argue with The New Order really, any album that contains 'Into The Pit,''Disciples of the Watch,' and 'The Preacher,' is pretty much guaranteed, to put a smile on the face of any right minded metal fan, being as they are three of the absolute best Thrash Metal songs ever recorded. Should you be in any doubt as to whether or not to buy this album, then listen to any one of those songs, which will likely provide you with the all the convincing necessary.
To be considered anything other than wonderful whilst containing the aforementioned tracks, the album would have to be pretty damn poor for the rest of the run-time and thankfully The New Order is anything but poor. The album opens with the effective 'Eerie Inhabitants,' a straight up Thrash number with a clean beginning for added interest, contains a number of pummeling thrash classics, two relatively interesting instrumentals and a heavied-up Areosmith cover to prevent the album being too repetitive.
Overall, the music is hard and direct Thrash Metal, with enough variety to escape tedium while still remaining true to the formula. The vocals as always are top quality and the level of musicianship is very high. There is a reason this album keeps turning up in lists of The Greatest Metal Albums Of All Time after all.
If you have an interest in Thrash Metal then you really should check out Testament, and The New Order is a very good album to try.
This is one of the top 5 greatest thrash albums of all time, along with Reign in blood, Master of puppets, Rust in peace and Beneath the remains, SO BUY IT NOW!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not come out my stereo since i got this . All there early stuff is the ballacks need to get some more.Published on 15 April 2013 by Joe Tomkinson
This is a genuine slice of thrash and metal heritage, The New Order is one of Testaments best albums and a real contender for album of the 80's. Read morePublished on 27 Nov. 2009 by megadieftw
As any metal fan over the age of 25 will tell you, the Big Four Of Thrash of the late 80s / early 90s were Slayer, Metallica, Anthrax and Megadeth. Read morePublished on 4 Oct. 2003