RAGESTORM
The Thin Line Between Hope And Ruin

5.49

Track Listing:
01. The Meatgrinder Theory | 02. Debt Ritual | 03. Polysilicotetrapropyvinylfluorethalene | 04. Moloch | 05. Idiocracy | 06. Acid Tears | 07. Interlude Hari Seldon's Speech | 08. The Thin Line Between Hope And Ruin | 09. Soldiers Of A Lost War | 10. New World Disorder | 11. Reaching The Imp

Download: 11 MP3 tracks at 320 kbps

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Death Metal addicts, Beer drinkers, Ignorance worshippers.. that’s Ragestorm. Born in summer 2004 as a joke, the band went through major line up changes and shredded the first stage in 2005. In the early 2006 they recorded the first demo called Storm Inside and did a mini-tour around Northern Italy supported by a quickly growing following and media hype. Following the early demo, a new recording titled Someone Hears? got released and entered straight the charts as Demo of the month on Metal Hammer Italy, Metalitalia.com and Metal Storm Magazine (USA), also getting air time on Metal Head Radio By the 2008, Ragestorm got again into the Demo of the month charts on Metal Hammer Italy and Metalitalia.com with the production titled ‘The Passion’, supporting the release with intense live activity throughout 2009 and 2010, playing shows in Swiss, Netherlands (supporting Rotting Christ @ 2009 edition of Eggfest) as well as Rome, Turin, Brescia and Aosta, also supporting big names like Linea 77, Extrema and Subsonica.

The Thin Line Between Hope And Ruin | Released December 7th, 2015 on Sliptrick Records

Track Listing:
01. The Meatgrinder Theory | 02. Debt Ritual | 03. Polysilicotetrapropyvinylfluorethalene | 04. Moloch | 05. Idiocracy | 06. Acid Tears | 07. Interlude Hari Seldon’s Speech | 08. The Thin Line Between Hope And Ruin | 09. Soldiers Of A Lost War | 10. New World Disorder | 11. Reaching The Imp

Band links: Facebook | Youtube

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2 reviews for RAGESTORM
The Thin Line Between Hope And Ruin

  1. metal-temple.com

    Bottom line: “The Thin Line Between Hope and Ruin” is certainly the best debut album I’ve come across so far this year, a well-crafted, vigorous opus of Melodic Death Metal, devoid of any boring moments or imperfections to complain about …read more

  2. iyezine.com

    Un disco maturo, che mostra picchi di assoluta eccellenza nei quali, tra belligeranza e disperazione, aleggia un’atmosfera drammatica che ben si addice al concept; ma, al di là del contenuto lirico, sono canzoni come The Meatgrinder Theory, Idiocracy, la title-track ed la magnifica Soldiers of a Lost War, che rendono The Thin Line Between Hope And Ruin un album da ascoltare e riascoltare. Consigliato a tutti gli amanti del genere ma anche a chi, ogni tanto, si concede qualche escursione dal metal classico a quello estremo …read more

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