|Studio album by D.R.I.|
|Released||10 October 1989|
|Recorded||August-September 1989 at Cornerstone, Chatsworth, California, Preferred Sound, Woodland Hills, California, Track Recorded, North Hollywood, California|
|Producer||Spike Cassidy and Bill Metoyer|
Thrash Zone is the fifth album by the American crossover thrash band D.R.I., which was released in 1989. It continues the thrash metal style of the previous album, 4 of a Kind . Thrash Zone was D.R.I.'s most successful album to date, and produced the song, "Beneath the Wheel", which was made as a music video and received airplay on MTV. The song also was featured in the video game Skate 2 .
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Thrash metal is an extreme subgenre of heavy metal music characterized by its overall aggression and often fast tempo. The songs usually use fast percussive beats and low-register guitar riffs, overlaid with shredding-style lead work. The lyrics often deal with social issues and criticism of The Establishment, using direct and denunciatory language, an approach borrowed from hardcore punk.
|2.||"Beneath the Wheel"||5:36|
|6.||"You Say I'm Scum"||1:55|
|8.||"Kill the Words"||4:43|
|9.||"Drown You Out"||2:31|
|11.||"Standing in Line"||1:35|
|12.||"Give a Hoot"||3:55|
"Labeled Uncurable" and "You Say I'm Scum" are bonus tracks:
Peter "Spike" Cassidy is an American guitarist. He is a member of crossover thrash band D.R.I..
Kurt Preston Brecht is an American vocalist and author, best known for his work as vocalist of crossover thrash band D.R.I..
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