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municipal waste: Toxic Waste [Split EP]compact discs
Municipal Waste: Toxic Waste [Split EP]

Released: Jun 12, 2012. Genre: Thrash Metal, Crossover. Label: Tankcrimes. Number Of Tracks: 4. Being two of the most respected metal bands of today, Municipal Waste and Toxic Holocaust joined forces in 2012 and came up with this 4-track split EP, "Toxic Waste". This EP is like heaven for the "modern thrasher".

POSTED: 07/05/2012 - 04:26 am

municipal waste: The Fatal Feastcompact discs
Municipal Waste: The Fatal Feast

Released: Apr 10, 2012. Genre: Thrash Metal, Crossover Thrash. Label: Nuclear Blast. Number Of Tracks: 16. One of the most respected thrash metal bands of today, Municipal Waste is back, in 2012, with "The Fatal Feast". If you're already into Municipal Waste, your expectations will probably be fulfilled.

POSTED: 04/13/2012 - 05:01 am

municipal waste: Waste 'Em Allcompact discs
Municipal Waste: Waste 'Em All

Released: Jan 27, 2003. Genre: Crossover Thrash Metal. Label: Six Weeks. Number Of Tracks: 15. First full-lenght album by Municipal Waste, released in 2003. This album is just crazy crossover crushing everything in its path. In my opinion, this is not Municipal Waste's best album, but it's still really great, nevertheless.

POSTED: 02/17/2012 - 03:17 am

municipal waste: Massive Aggressivecompact discs
Municipal Waste: Massive Aggressive

Released: Aug 25, 2009. Genre: Thrash Metal. Label: Earache. Number Of Tracks: 13. Municipal Waste has done a fine job with Massive Aggressive, adding new elements while not abandoning their roots.

POSTED: 10/14/2009 - 03:28 am

municipal waste: The Art Of Partyingcompact discs
Municipal Waste: The Art Of Partying

Release Date: July 31, 2007. Label: Earache Records. Genres: Thrash, Hardcore, Heavy Metal. Number Of Tracks: 17. The kings of the current thrash metal revival return with another slab of late '80s influenced mayhem! This one will not disappoint the bandana clad masses.

POSTED: 12/21/2007 - 03:06 am