Posts Tagged ‘Entrench’


October 29th, 2011


Entrench Interview

Conducted by: Carlos M. Llanas

It’s not very often that you find a band that you enjoy so much, and incites good ol’ memories of a time when thrash was raw, nasty, real, and in-your-face;  Entrench is that kind of band.  Their influences have clearly helped shape the bands sound and style.  Many thrash bands of today do not appeal to me anymore, but Entrench is different.  They sound like if Kreator’s "Pleasure to Kill" and Slayer’s "Show no Mercy" had a love child.  Their "Germanic Thrash" style belongs amongst some of the most revered thrash bands the likes of Sodom, Destruction, and as I mentioned earlier, Kreator.  With their debut album "Inevitable Decay" already out; it is a must buy for fans of the thrash era that took us by storm back in ’85.  I had the chance to speak with the Swedish thrashers about their debut album, and their plans for the future.  Here they are…..ENTRENCH.

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