Sadus - A Vision Of Misery LP (Clear/Yellow/Blue Splatter vinyl)
LIMITED EDITION ‘ DEATH TO POSERS’ EDITION CLEAR SPLATTER VINYL OF 500 COPIES WORLDWIDE.
In the 1991-1992 period, which saw Half-Thrash, and groove metal albums, this was a very unique and much needed addition to the now stagnating thrash scene, and far superior to most releases at the time. This album was without a doubt, the most sophisticated Sadus album, as well as one of the most technical Death/Thrash metal albums of all time. Sadly, like all of their work, it was too far ahead of times, and underappreciated. Sadus was responsible for some of the most technical and intricate compositions in metal, and this album displays them at the full potential, although I still prefer the youthful aggression of their previous works. The Spartan musicianship shown on this album proves why they were much more sophisticated, and more capable than many of their peers. Although their influence has been shown in many technical death metal bands, including Death, Sadus remains largely undiscovered by many fans of both Death and Thrash metal. It is bands like this that were the true pioneers of thrash, and helped it evolve and transition into death metal.