Systematic Annihilation (RAG 011)
Stormthrash is born in late 2006 in Caracas, Venezuela by Argenis Betancourt (Drums), Luis Fuentes (Guitar), Walvin Brito (Voice) and Hendifer Castillo (Bass) and heavily influenced by old school Thrash Metal bands like Dark Angel, Sodom, Destruction, Slayer, etc.
Appearing for the first time on stage in 2009 with a new line up – joined by Darío Guillen (Bass), Adrian Sanchez (Guitar) and Alejandro Florez (Voice) - and editing their first demo in 2010 entitled "War, Death and Terror”.
No Place For Heroes (RAG 012)
Psycho Side is a Heavy Metal band which was formed in 2002 in Buenos Aires City, Argentina.
But it was not before 2009 that they started a professional career. After three years of production their first and self-titled album was released, followed by four entire years of touring Argentina and Mexico. Because of this permanent touring Psycho Side has quite a name these days in Latin America, especially Argentina & Mexico.
Angels Of Darkness (RAG 008)
Formed in 1999 Souls Demise was soon established as the best unsigned thrash act from the millennium in the Chicago-area. Playing a thrash metal-style focused on melodic guitars by the two axemen Larry Scola and Tony Dascola the band unfortunately suffered on the permanent changes of band members, especially on the vocals.
Each of that changes on the microphone brought a small change of style, but each of them produced some highlights worth mentioning in the history of thrash metal.
Demonstrations (RAG 007)
Formed in 1990 near Seattle, Rawhead were pushing a powerful fast aggressive metal style at a time when a flood of musicians and media descended into the Northwest hypnotized by the “grunge sound.” Long before the “yarl”, there was a dense network of heavy and aggressive music seething in the underground. A few of those bands broke through the hype and hooked up with small distributors and pioneering metal labels. Rawhead flew beneath the radar, independent and unattached to any imprint. Undeterred, they self-released quickly recorded demo cassettes out to local and international DIY networks of metal heads getting the music out into the trenches. In the wake of an overwhelming commercialized wave, Rawhead—like many of the loudest, heaviest, hardest hitting bands from that time in the Northwest—left the evidence in the echoes of those nights on the floors and in the pits of the live shows.