British Thrash Metallers Nightlord have just been confirmed to support Classic Thrash Metal Legends Onslaught at London’s Relentless Garage on September 23rd. Nightlord, who reformed last year after 17 years away, also recently played as main support to Sepultura in May this year, showing a new generation of Metal fans what they are capable of, gaining critical acclaim along the way from printed press and online zines alike.
Zero Tolerance magazine proclaim in their latest issue, “All things come full circle – Nightlord have returned with full force and two decades of punishing riffs.”
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Quotes so far:
“Lightning lead playing around every corner and adrenaline bursting from every note.”
“Every song has something about it, a sense of quality”
“This album keeps on growing in stature the more you play it”
Cult Of The Moon
“Immediately demonstrates progression and increased maturity”
“An excess of riffs – loads to listen to, loads to enjoy.”
“My metal life is slightly the richer for this little beauty being unearthed.”
“Will we get to hear any more of this excellent band’s potential realised now that the Nightlord has awoken again? Let’s hope so.”
“Approaching Thunder is a must-have for the fanatics, the die-hard Thrash Metal ‘freaks’ and record collectors among us” 78/100
“the best environment to enjoy the Nightlord was in live conditions”
“…with the improved studio recordings on Cult Of The Moon even the modern day Thrash fan will be content!” 90/100
“Only one thing could make me happier, and that’s for someone to convince the guys that they have good reasons for reforming properly”
“It’s thrash from the era part-way between Annihilator, Megadeth, Metallica and Kreator (especially singing), a good compromise between European and American influences.”
“There can be a refreshing character to listen to this prehistoric music and played completely youthfully with enthusiasm and innocence of these young Englishmen.”
“At least, the sound of this disc stays organic, raw, a long way away from the far too digitally compressed recordings of current productions.”