Sunday, August 20, 2006

Anihilated - Created in Hate & The Ultimate Desecration

Anihilated formed in 1982 as Prospex, a punk group. The original singer, Andy, parted after the recording of the first demo. Simon Cobb took over the vocal duties. At the same time Mark Beuchet was let into the band, and the guitar playing style changed to a more riffy kind. They gradually changed from pure punk to punk/metal crossover. The 1986 EP, Path to Destruction, made clear to the audience that they were now a crossover band.




















At the time of Ultimate Desecration they hade went even further away from their roots, now playing a brand of thrash. And this is their two full-lengths, Created in Hate (1988) and The Ultimate Desecration (1989).

8 comments:

corimngul said...

For separate archives (one album in one archive, instead of both in the same archive):

Created in Hate
http://rapidshare.de/files/30117138/A88CiH.rar.html

The Ultimate Desecration
http://rapidshare.de/files/30120642/A89tUD.rar.html

Thrashmang said...

Holy shit! I've been wanting to hear this band for a long time. Thanks guys! \m/

corimngul said...

:)
Enjoy it!

centricon said...

That post made me crazy dude,thanks a lot \m/

Undead666 said...

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

HOLY SHIT!CAN YOU UPLOAD BOTH ALBUMS ON AXIFILE.COM! PLEASE ! THANX A MILLION!I'M FROM ROMANIA

Anonymous said...

Everyone likes something for free but you could buy the CD's direct from the band at www.anihilated.tk they got ripped off by 2 record companies and never got paid a penny so why not support them now.......

corimngul said...

>HOLY SHIT!CAN YOU UPLOAD BOTH >ALBUMS ON AXIFILE.COM! PLEASE ! >THANX A MILLION!I'M FROM ROMANIA

I'm sorry, but I won't. If some other user wants to do that, and share the link, be welcome.

>Everyone likes something for free >but you could buy the CD's direct >from the band at >www.anihilated.tk they got ripped >off by 2 record companies and >never got paid a penny so why not >support them now.......

I've actually ordered all their CDs already. The other copies of the discs that I have, well I'm not sure how much the band got from those. I agree that people that like the music should try to buy it, preferably in a way so that the band makes some money out of it.

On the other hand, most people wouldn't buy a album from a band that was very underground in the days, if they haven't heard some of it before.