Turbocharged ‎– Antixtian

Chaos Records (11) ‎– CR-004
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Recorded at The Roadhouse, Forshaga Sweden, during January-March 2010.

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  • Barcode: 879198006701
  • Matrix / Runout: X72546 PIRATES PRESS - CR-004
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02

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February 5, 2012

“AntiXtian, is a hate-soaked, anti-Christian riff-on-top-of-riff thrash metal piece that hearkens back to classic thrash bands such as Venom, Sodom and a few others. With punk infused into their thrash metal sound, they capture a nice blended sound that will please many a palette.” – Wicked Channel

[Translated from Spanish] “[The] sound is truly rich in influences ranging from heavy metal to punk through rock, thrash, or black metal. If you like music [that is] no-nonsense and executed, TURBOCHARGED should be a joy for your ears.” Queens of Steel [Rating: 8.5/10]

“Gruff, pissed off vocals and gang shouts dominate the rock beats while the guitars scorch along between primitive punk metal and choppy leads. Street attitude, concoction of punk and thrash rhythms with a malicious, blasphemous sense of humor.” – From the Dust Returned

“Turbocharged are a very good band that combines thrash with death metal and punk.” – HatredMeansWar Zine

“I was blown away by the musicianship of Turbocharged and their willingness to let it all hang out. They say a good band leaves it all on the stage, well I feel AntiXtian is Turbocharged leaving it all in the studio. The record is thrashy, dirty, controversial, and one hell of a “turbo charged” listen.” – WeLoveMetal.com

“Heavy duty headbanging courtesy of this greasy, beer fueled, tattooed trio that remind of old skool punk metal bands from Motorhead to Tank to Antiseen.” – Battle Helm

“What an album this is! Listening to 40 minutes of insane music where you hear bits of Venom, Slayer, Discharge, The Exploited, Sodom, Motorhead, Death, Morbid Angel, Black Flag,Pantera, C.O.C and even Ministry (the more metal years).” – Heavy Metal Time Machine

“This full length is all about anti Christianity strung up with some scum punk attitude and metal elements like Hardcore and Thrash. This release deserves top honors since in its own right it stands unbowed, unabashed and would be great to play on a Sunday afternoon.” – Foul Feast of Flesh [Rating: 5/5]