Die-hard edition on semi-transparent orange vinyl, limited to 100 copies.
Another South American Thrash milestone on FOAD Records! 1987, among the hordes of death-thrashing maniacs raising from the blood soaked Brazilian underground, ATTOMICA from the S?o Paulo area sinks its teeth and claws in first with their "Children's Assassin" Demo (1986) and then with the ultra-crude self titled debut that still now is considered by many their most classic release. This is some of rawest and most aggressive death tinged Thrash Metal you can think of. A solid collision of caustic neck-breacking riffs, fast 'n' tight drumming at occasion speeding up to blast beat levels and some merciless screaming vocals reminescent of early Kreator, giving to the whole thing an utter feeling of cruelty and malignancy. Despite the many CD reissues, this classic full length hadn't been reissued on vinyl since the original first press on Equinox (1988), so nearly 30 years. And most important, this new edition on special 160 grams vinyl is with no doubt the best sounding one you can find around, as it has been specially mastered from an uncompressed 1st generation source that unlike the ultra-"squashed" remastered CD versions gives a lot of range and dynamics to the warmness of the original production. Housed in a thick gatefold sleeve enriched with rare and unreleased photos from the band's early times. If you're like us an insane fanatic of Brazil's Death/Thrash golden era (Mutilator, Holocausto, Chakal, Vulcano, Dorsal Atlantica, early Sepultura and tons more) this LP should be a mandatory addition to your collection!