M.O.D.   Gross Misconduct
Release Date: 1989

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4.5 superbSkapalPes | June 21st 14

I think that M.O.D. reached its top on this one. They have strong line-up here (later joined bands as Ministry, Mind Funk, Overkill), all musicians excell and John Monte on bass shines, staying within scope of crossover thrash. This subgenre never reached some bigger comercial success, actually you can hardly find better music for doing crazy mosh than this.


3.5 greatSystemunfolded | August 15th 12

This is too many times better than the previous album, but towards the end, the band didn't neglect to lean more towards their debut days, and it really detracted from an otherwise solid album.


3.5 greatJeff N | September 10th 16
4.0 excellentdiolives80s | May 12th 16
4.0 excellentlooking at clouds was a hoax | March 17th 16
3.5 greatLokitheTrickster | February 12th 15
3.5 greatLasseg | January 30th 15
5.0 classiczdebo3 | March 30th 14
3.0 gooddariosoares | September 19th 13
4.0 excellentDen | September 8th 13
3.5 greatSteve Croft | September 5th 13
4.0 excellentmetalmatt6 | March 8th 12
3.5 greatPhate72 | February 14th 12
3.5 greatquaker66 | July 10th 11

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