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  • CD (23 juillet 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000003T9B
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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  1. raise the dead
  2. rotten to the core
  3. there's no tomorrow
  4. second son
  5. hammerhead
  6. feel the fire
  7. blood and iron
  8. kill at command
  9. overkill
  10. sonic reducer


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1985... Alors que beaucoup de groupes de Thrash ont déjà sorti des albums cultes, voilà qu'arrive Overkill qui nous balance son premier album en pleine figure. Dès la première écoute le ton est donné, on a affaire à du bon thrash avec des titres mémorables comme "raise the dead", "rotten to the core" ou encore "feel the fire". Je cite ces 3 titres car ils sont encore joués de nos jours en concert par le groupe. Je vous conseille d'ailleurs d'acheter le version digipack (CD+DVD) de l'album "immortalis", car le DVD contient le live "Wacken open air 2007" avec le titre "rotten to the core" et quelle energie !!!
Revenons à l'album "feel the fire"... Pour ceux qui ont écouté cet album dès sa sortie ou qui ne connaissent pas encore ce groupe une chose peut surprendre pour un groupe de thrash, il s'agit de la voix du chanteur Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth. En effet, c'est une voix aigue et donc différente par rapport à d'autres groupes, ce qui a peut être choqué ou gêné certains fans de ce style musical qu'est le thrash.
Et alors ??? Où est le problème ??? En ce qui me concerne je n'en vois aucun... Vocalement parlant Bobby déborde de puissance et d'énergie, prenez exemple sur les titres comme "blood and iron" ou encore "rotten to the core" pour ne citer qu'eux.
Peut être un petit bémol pour cet album, je dis bien peut être ? Le son de l'album est un peu moyen, mais cela n'enlève en rien la puissance des titres...
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HASH(0x9e99be64) étoiles sur 5 One of the better ones by the band 30 août 2000
Par Matt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It is not necessary to go into a longe speach to give this album credit it is great if you like over kill you will love it buy it!
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HASH(0x9ec55288) étoiles sur 5 "higher ,higher feel the fire,she burns at the stake like a witch!!" 18 septembre 2005
Par rodney rainey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i've been wrecking my neck to over kill for i guess about 17 years now & had never heard their debut. i finaly picked it up back in march of this year & damn is it good! its my new favorite over kill.i can't say its technicaly the best of their catalog .i do think its the most entertaining. the original lineup fresh from the underground,loaded w/great songs & its remastered.a MUST for over kill freaks or headbangers for that matter.
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HASH(0x9ec55300) étoiles sur 5 BEST OF THE ORIGINAL OVERKILL 8 avril 1999
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I would say this album is the best of the first four albums with the original guitar player. It shows power, and promise. This album took basic Maiden and Priest a step further into the fire, and though the band may sound totally different 12 years later, still there's no mistaking the capacity to obliterate and destroy with more force than required.
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HASH(0x9ec55294) étoiles sur 5 4.5 Best thrash debut 22 mars 2005
Par General Zombie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Overkill are probably the most consistent metal band around, as they never slack off and take a couple of years off between albums, and the albums they do make are consistently good. Tomorrow, Overkill will release their 13th studio album of original material. No other thrash band has more than about 8 or 9. (Well American thrash bands, anyway. Some foreign bands are less lazy) Currently, I have 9 Overkill studio albums, and they're definitely all worth keeping. Their debut, 'Feel the Fire' is one of the better ones, and is also superior to any of the debuts by the Big Four of thrash metal. Pretty impressive stuff.

Though this album was released in 1985, Overkill had been around for quite a while at that point, and much of the material on this album was written by 1983. Thus, it is a bit more primitive, proto-thrashy than some of the other 1985 albums, though it is definitely more thrashy most of the pre-1985 material. Where it stands in history doesn't matter much though, all that matters is that it's excellent. Still, since they first released an album in `85 some may think them bandwagon jumpers, which I'm quite sure is not the case.

The production on this album is very rough, though rough in a way that accentuates the intensity of the album rather than diminishing it. And, at this point, Overkill wasn't so big on subtlety, so you ain't likely to miss too much. The guitar is dead center, accentuating the fact that they only had one guitarist at the time, and the bass is a bit louder than in most thrash. As a whole, though it is a thrash album, it does have quite a bit of a punkish speed-metal vibe going on, making the whole thing kinda feel like thrashified Motorhead. (though there is some distinct Iron Maiden influence, at times) This sound works for the whole Overkill feel and persona, particularly Blitz's vocals, which are surprisingly good here. He lets out lotsa nice screams. The riffs are generally simple, but plenty crunchy and effective. Gustafson's leads aren't the height of originality, but they sound good, and complement the riffwork well. The rhythm work is effective, but perfunctory. Still, it's enough.

'Second Son' is the weak point of the album. It's alright, but not very memorable. 'Rotten to the Core' is a classic, and pretty ahead of it's time, sounding more like Anthrax than Anthrax did, at the time. Great shout along chorus. 'Hammerhead' is a very fun, driving number. Has got a nice Maiden gallop and another great shout along chorus. The title track is probably the best thing here. Total Maiden worship, particularly by the rhythm section, done about as well as anyone has ever done. The middle break is totally sweet, particularly Blitz's crazy vocals. 'Blood and Iron' is another rocker, with the finest, most intense riffwork on the album. Nothing fancy, of course, but metal doesn't always need to be. 'Kill at Command' is most notable for it's awesome middle break, with some fine leadwork and great, backing vocals. 'Overkill' is another classic, with some over the top, 'scary' atmosphere, a totally unforgettable main riff and another insane performance from Blitz. (Particularly the shrieking)

Yeah, I'm done. If you like thrash you need to hear this.
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HASH(0x9ec557c8) étoiles sur 5 I felt the fire. The fire felt good 11 juillet 2012
Par PeaceSells215 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This debut rivals the classics of Kill 'Em All, Killing Is My Business, and even The Legacy. "Raise The Dead" sets the tone for the whole album. A windy background sets the tone, and the sadistic guitar tone brings dread to all who hear the riffs. The double bass intro and Boom! Raise The Dead has you caught up in a whirlwind of headbanging. "Rotten To The Core" The second track and just as energetic as the first. The riffs aren't too technical but they are catchy. The solo is one of my favorites off the whole album. Rat Skates keeps pace through the whole song and the gang shouts make the whole song catchy as well. "There's No Tommorow" a true power driven track that shows us a glimpse of the next album (Taking Over) its energetic, Blitz's vocals are high pitched, and the solo is blazing fast. "Second Son" we see the darker side of Overkill. The lyrics are driven with strength and the track as a whole has a great rhythm. "Hammerhead" fast riffs and fast drumming. The chorus is a little repetitive but still good. Of course, gang vocal shouts are used to add power here as well. "Feel The Fire" The listener gets some pretty dark lyrics here mixed with an energetic and up beat feeling. The song gallops (literally) on riffs of intensity. "Angels raining down, stories that they tell. J.J. played with fire, now he burns in hell!" pretty dark especially for a debut. "Blood And Iron" Now in the album we see the departure from the upbeat and punkish tracks of "Rotten To The Core" and "Hammerhead" we get to the darkest side of the album. While the lyrics aren't as gruesome as say, Hell Awaits, or Endless Pain, they get the job done in the horror and imagery for the listener. "Kill At Command" This is a track I have named, fast paced dread. Usually darker songs take time to build up. Not this one, it hits you in the face right from the start. The chorus is catchy and everytime I hear it I yell "MEET YOUR MAKER!" Rat Skates has his most impressive showing on this track. Just listen to the drums, the guy hardly ever gets a break. "Overkill" The darkest song on here. Full of creepy riffs, insane vocals, catchy and disturbing lyrics, what else could you want from a song?? A great track and one of the bests in ALL of thrash metal.

Overall, want to start with Overkill? Try Feel The Fire on for size. While the production is weaker to some of their later albums, I recomend this on the fact that the riffs are catchy, chorus is powerful, Bobby's vocals aren't TOO high pitched like on the next album. (Which I love Taking Over, to some his vocals on that album take time) also check Years Of Decay, Horrorscope, and I would say even Ironbound for a more modern sound with the classic Overkill intensity.
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