History & BiographyA thrash metal band which was formed in the early nineties and had amassed so many demos that by 1997 a CD called Drunk And Disorderly was pressed which contained a compilation of the band's work. Some early demos were Hate machine (1992), Flog Marty (1993), Cronic Disorder (1994) and Redced To Ruins (1995). Torture Test was originally released independently.
CRONIC DISORDER - TORTURE TEST - MIGHTY
As much as the band's biography likes to quote these spectacular reviews accorded the band, this writer is hard-pressed to find anything good to say about these Americans. Sure, the album intro is classic and nice, but that's simply because like the rest of the CD it tries to clone Testament's The New Order - not very well I might add. For one, these dudes have no Alex Skolnick in the band. For another, their repetitious brand of thrash metal gets tiring very quickly. The vocalist...well there's nothing to write home about there either. The music here is well versed, but very lacking in excitement or flair. This album is for thrash metal purists only. I have to conclude that those magazines were up to their usual ass-licking, good review tactics then! As for Mighty Music: A-can you explain to everybody which part of this album is death metal and B-surely there are better unsigned acts if you must have a US band on your roster. - Ali "The Metallian"