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(fairly) Extreme Thrash

Some of the heavier end of thrash. Not necessarily saying they're amazing (Tapping The Vein is kinda meh), but there are a few decent ones here.
1Dark Angel
Darkness Descends

Not the most extreme choice here (yeah, that really doesn't sound believable considering this albums reputation; it probably loses out to Finished With The Digs in that respect), this album still manages to have a great mix of features with great drumming, guitar playing, and some decent lyrics.
2Demolition Hammer
Epidemic Of Violence

Very aggressive and easily one of the best thrash releases. Death metal influenced but still extremely thrashy. I personally prefer it to No.1, but I know others who prefer DD, so I may as well consider them equal.
Pleasure To Kill

Arguably very boring or very good. I stand neutral, as I don't like the vocals or production, but I love the power behind it.
Tapping The Vein

Death tinged thrash. Very aggressive, riffs are pretty stale though.
5Holy Moses
Finished With The Dogs

Queen Of Siam was a rather more mid paced album than this, and this is definitely the better and more active album. The (female) vocalist makes this a very frightening album.
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