To be fair, thrash bands would have had to do Vintage 1990s Black Sabbath Ruined My Life Shirt different to stay relevant, as much as I love it thrash only leaves so much room for evolving as a band. Metallica evolved hugely as a band from KEA to AJFA (which is their most aggressive/fastest/progressive album), there really wasn’t anywhere else for them to go without repeating themselves. The same can be said for Megadeth, where is there to go in thrash metal after you release something like Rust in Peace?
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Thrash stopped evolving, Vintage 1990s Black Sabbath Ruined My Life Shirt that could be done in the genre had been done by like 1991. Really good point. Now, I heard the Load/Reload style was Lars idea and James didn’t want to go in that direction. I wonder where he wanted to go? Groove metal? Back to thrash? I think there’s still a lot of room for thrash to evolve, although inevitably I think it needs to be helped along with death metal and black metal elements. Death metal bands just need to start tuning in D instead of A and play fast riffs
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I think Megadeth’s Dystopia is a good example of what modern thrash metal can be. Vintage 1990s Black Sabbath Ruined My Life Shirt isn’t what thrash used to be, nor evolution of thrash, IMHO. It’s more like they looked back and said: “how would we do this today?” Though I still prefer old school thrash nowadays. Antichrist, Nekromantheon and Deathhammer, for example, don’t bring anything new to the table, but they sure as hell sound good (Especially Forbidden World).