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The Eyes Of A Traitor

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The Eyes of a Traitor released their impressive debut full-length in early 2009. Having been discovered by UK underground label, Thirty Days of Night when they were all just 16 years old, it was clear then that the future was bright for this Hertfordshire based quintet. The band recently signed to legendary metal label, Listenable Records in March 2008 (home to Gojira, Marionette, Textures and many more).

“A Clear Perception” showcases one of the hottest new bands to come out of the UK in a long time. Read more on Last.fm

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Album: The Eyes of a Traitor – Breathless

July 29th, 2010

The Eyes of a Traitor
Breathless
Listenable Records
12 July 2010

by Tomas Doyle

This is what I’m talkin’ ’bout!!! There is nothing that pleases me more in the world that sticking on a ferociously played, solidly written and passionately conceived record – especially when the record in question comes from The Eyes of a Traitor, a young band hitting their stride in inspiring fashion.

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Live + Photos: Offset Festival – 05 September 2009

September 14th, 2009

Devil Sold His Soul promo photo Thrash Hits

Everyone here at Thrash Hits was beyond pleased with the line-up for the first-ever stage we’ve sponsored at a festival – the functionally-titled Hardcore Stage at Offset 2009. We so so damned chuffed that we didn’t bother to watch any other stage all weekend. Yeah, it kicked ass.

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Photos: Gojira & The Eyes Of A Traitor @ Sheffield Corporation – 13 March 2009

March 23rd, 2009

gojira thrash hits band promo photo

After giving their latest album, The Way Of All Flesh full marks late in 2008, it’s not exactly a revelation that we’re quite fond of the French death metal monsters, Gojira.

In fact, we’ll go as far as to call them Gojiramazing and suggest that the OED incorporate that into their next edition because seeing as the Bayonne quartet have raised the bar for every other metal band out there, we’re incorporating the word into our own vernacular, here at Thrash Hits.

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