Terminal Redux

Vektor - Terminal Redux
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2016 Ratings: #28 / 878
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Based on 120 ratings
2016 Ratings: #35
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May 6, 2016 / Release Date
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Earache / Label
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heckin' A this is really good. Some of the most impressive metal performances of the year, lots of variety to keep the album fresh all the way through, and to top it all off, it's about space. Who doesn't love space? Everyone loves space
Blistering sci-fi tech thrash, could it get any better? This is probably one of my five favourite modern day thrash metal pieces. Vektor has released some strong albums in their time, this is almost the pinnacle of their work so far from me. It's hard to decide on just one because their first album, "Black Future" is so epic. I think they're about equal for me, but this has probably my favourite Vektor song of all time on it, "Recharging the Void," perhaps the most epic ... read more
one of the best metal albums of the fucking decade baby
Vektor with their latest release, takes everything great about their previous 2 albums and turns up a notch with more complex and great technical abilities with some of the best guitar and drumming work in metal in recent years, the science-fiction theme is fulling fleshed out and the vocal work by David DiSanto are his best yet for Vektor to provide an amazing body of technical thrash metal

Track Review

Charging the Void 9/10
Cygnus Terminal 9/10
LCD (Liquid Crystal Disease) ... read more
Amazing. The raw emotion in every scream and every testosterone filled riff makes my hairs stand on end. This sci-fi space opera holds nothing back and remains in my opinion the best thrash output of the 2010's.
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Track List

  1. Charging the Void
  2. Cygnus Terminal
  3. LCD (Liquid Crystal Disease)
  4. Mountains Above the Sun
  5. Ultimate Artificer
  6. Pteropticon
  7. Psychotropia
  8. Pillars of Sand
  9. Collapse
  10. Recharging the Void
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