The group considers it “a big step forward for the band”.
english thrash metal band XENTRIX Will release a new album, “seven words”on November 4, 2022 audible,
The successor to their comeback album, “buried pain”Released in June 2019, UK Thrash is the group’s seventh studio release and “a crushing collection of what made this band what it is today”.
“Seven Words” is recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire and Viscon Studios in Lancashire in the UK, with mixing and mastering Andy Snape (Judas Priest, Exodus, Megadeth).
group guitarist, Christian HowardyComments: “This LP is the culmination of the past two years in which we have experimented and tried new ideas. We feel like this A big step for the bandBut without straying from our thrash metal past and I can’t wait for people to hear it.”
Lyrics and Covers of “Seven Words”
The album is composed of eleven songs and includes an additional cut on the CD:
- Behind the Walls of Betrayal
- seven words
- spit coin
- change of nothing
- everyone loves you when you die
- carefree with a smile
- ghost tape number 10
- my war
- kill and protect
- anything but the truth
- billion dollar kids (CD Exclusive Bonus Track)
cover work Dan Goldsworthy (Admit, Alestorm, Zombies) :
XENTRIX came into the public eye in the late ’80s when their demo received five K’s on the Kerrang, which in turn caught the attention of Roadrunner Records. XENTRIX soon found itself in studio recording”scattered existence,
Of course, his now infamous version “Ghost Busters” remains a fan favorite, as has the band’s groundbreaking second album, “For Who’s Advantage?”, widely regarded as a thrash classic.
The band began to enjoy a short but successful career which saw them share with SLAYER, TESTAMENT, SEPULTURA, ANNIHILATOR, SABBAT, TANKARD and SKYCLAD and became disillusioned with the UK metal scene in 1996.
XENTRIX released four albums on Roadrunner Records: “Shattered Existence” (1989), “For whose benefit” (1990), “Thin to Taste” (1991) U “kinsman” (1992). also issued “Problem” (1996) on Heavy Metal Records with Simon Gordon on vocals and Andy Rudd on guitar.
XENTRIX, with Chris Astley on guitar and vocals, performed their first show in nearly seven years at Moses Gate in Bolton, England, in April 2013.
Prior to this, XENTRIX had reunited with their original lineup for two concerts in their country in 2006.
XENTRIX is composed of:
Christian Howard – Guitar
Chris Shires – Basso
Jay Walsh – Vocals/Guitar
Dennis Gasser – Drums
About the group and “Seven Words” on their Facebook.