We were Global Domination. The only metal site you needed. We were the rulers. Seriously DE-motivating. Unable to be taken by ass. Now we are a blog rather than a … Continue reading →
A number of classic records contributed to ’89 being the true, official beginning of the golden age of death metal, and helped to establish the genre as a newly dominant style, one that we’ll see cross over and blow up in a certain Scandinavian country very, very soon…
Audio Autopsy – August 2019 01/08/19 || Global Domination Vulture: Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves 7.3/10 Habakuk: One of the better retro speed metal outings, maybe thanks to the vocals … Continue reading →
Audio Autopsy Class6(66) – 1983 Debut Albums 20/07/19 || Global Domination 1983. The year the Internet was (officially) born. The first cellphone call was made. Reagan invades Grenada. Mario Bros. … Continue reading →
You’d think that with ’88 being the only year from the golden age of thrash that we got albums from every single member of “The Big 4”, it would be the greatest year in the history of the genre hands down, but unfortunately, that just wasn’t the case, as all of those bands experienced, in one way or another, a sort of early mid-life crisis in their careers, as they were unable to produce follow-ups that were as iconic or beloved as their previous records.
Audio Autopsy – July 2019 01/07/19 || Global Domination Darkthrone: Old Star 7.0/10 Habakuk: He who sitteth on a dark throne knoweth no compromithe. 7 Myrkrarfar: Some riffs ignite the … Continue reading →
87 was a bit of an “in-between year” when it came to the most significant metal genres, but, while not as iconic as the previous, peak year for the genre, it was still incredible for thrash, and quite possibly the runner-up for best year in the history of the genre.
Audio Autopsy – June 2019 01/06/19 || Global Domination Mork: Det svarte juv 6.8/10 Habakuk: Definitely better than Murg. 7 Myrkrarfar: There’s a special place in hell for black metal … Continue reading →
Audio Autopsy Class6(66) – Swedeath Veterans in ’95-96: Suck or Not? 20/05/19 || Global Domination “Left Hand Path”. “Like an Everflowing Stream”. “Dark Recollections”. “Penetralia”. “Nothing But Death Remains”. “Into … Continue reading →
Thrash completely dominated the year, as, if we only see saw “Pleasure”, “Reign”, & “Puppets” in ’86 alone, it would already be one of the greatest years for the genre, but add in everything else, and ’86’s status as the absolute peak of thrash is cemented for all time.