Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Hexx

Hexx - No Escape - 1984
Hexx - Under The Spell - 1986
Hexx - Quest For Sanity - 1988
Hexx - Watery Graves - 1990
Hexx - Morbid Reality - 1991
Hexx - Under The Spell - 30th Anniversary Box Set - 2016
Hexx - Under The Spell - 30th Anniversary Box Set - 2016
Hexx - Wrath Of The Reaper - 2017
01. Hexx - No Escape, 1984 Vinyl LP Album
     Shrapnel Records - SH-1016
02. Hexx - Under The Spell, 1986 Vinyl LP Album
     Shrapnel Records - SH-1025
03. Hexx - Quest For Sanity, 1988 Vinyl 12" 45 RPM EP
     Under One Flag - MFLAG 22
04. Hexx - Watery Graves, 1990 Vinyl 12" EP
     Wild Rags Records - WRR025
05. Hexx - Morbid Reality, 1991 CD Album
     Century Media - CM 7725-2
06. Hexx - Under The Spell - 30th Anniversary Box Set, 2016 CD Album Compilation Remastered Special Edition x 2, DVD DVD-Video NTSC
     Metal Blade Records - MB 3984-15412-2
     1-11: Under The Spell, 12-13: 2014 demo, 14-22: 1985 demo
07. Hexx - Under The Spell - 30th Anniversary Box Set, 2016 CD Album Compilation Remastered Special Edition x 2, DVD DVD-Video NTSC
     Metal Blade Records - MB 3984-15412-2
     1-10: No Escape, 11-13: Paradox demo 1983, 14-17: Up From The Grave demo 2013, 18-2: Live 2015
08. Hexx - Wrath Of The Reaper, 2017 CD Album
     High Roller Records - HRR 575 CD
From heavy metal to thrashing death to heavy metal again! The early demos and albums delivered great or awesome heavy metal from the general direction of Judas Priest in its heaviest form - fans of Metal Church, Znöwhite and Exciter take note. Under The Spell is one monument of crunchy, pure 80s metal bordering on the speed metal. Then for the next three releases... they steered towards total thrash metal, to the level of Dark Angel and Sadus - this era culminated with the incredible Morbid Reality, an album the true thrasher cannot afford not to take in his desert-island emergency kit. Then nothing for a million years, and pouf, they reappeared in 2013 with a couple of amazing demos (featured on the superb Under The Spell/No Escape reissue) and the newest Wrath Of The Reaper. This comeback is a return in full speed metal glory. Not the rabid thrash attacks of 1988/1991, more in the continuation of Under The Spell with a heavier, more modern approach. Fans of the recent output from Helstar, Metal Church and Jag Panzer salivate already. Zero defect discography! Heavy metal will never die! Thrash til zer and fist in the air!
!ZER Hexx ZER!

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