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  • CD (23 juillet 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000003T9B
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  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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Format: CD Achat vérifié
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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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Feel the raw power of Overkill 23 septembre 2015
Par Jeremy Brackeen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Released in 1985, Overkill's full length debut album "Feel the Fire" without question reigns as one of the greatest debut albums to be ever put out by any metal band. In all seriousness, words just can't even describe how much I love Overkill. They are truly one of thrash metal's most iconic and important bands to ever hit the scene, and like so many other thrash metal bands: most notably The Big Four (Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax), these guys have no doubt made their mark in the thrash metal scene.

From it's blistering opener "Raise the Dead" to The Dead Boys cover "Sonic Reducer", "Feel the Fire" is a pure blistering thrash metal masterpiece that is heavily fueled by a nonstop onslaught of powerful guitar riffs and speaker shredding solos, viciously angry vocals and lyrics, and amazingly intense musicianship. Believe me, this album just oozes with pure intensity throughout. The album also does feature quite a bit of a punkish speed metal vibe reminiscent of Motorhead, as well as a distinct Iron Maiden influence at times too, being of course that Overkill just like most of their other thrash counterparts have drawn influences from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal to create their own raw and intense sound. The album's overall production is raw and rough in a good way of course, and the band's musicianship is just downright vicious and intense throughout. Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth is whom I seriously consider as one of thrash metal's greatest singers of all time. I swear, this guy's energy is just absolutely unimaginable. He puts so much work into his singing through every song on here, it's just phenomenal, and of course he also can let out some really wicked, angry screams which of course are good enough to pierce straight through your eardrums. Elsewhere, guitarist Bobby Gustafson shows his amazing skills through each track with his powerful, heavy riffing and insane, blazing, speaker shredding solos. One thing that I like about Gustafson is that he has such a very skillful approach to the way that he plays, and this album really shows that. He is truly one of the best thrash guitarists for sure, and the best guitarist that Overkill ever had in my opinion as well. Meanwhile, you also have bassist D.D. Verni and drummer Rat Skates both rounding off the band's amazing and aggressive rhythm section, and they do an amazing job at keeping in perfect rhythm and pace throughout the entire album.

The album's first cut "Raise the Dead" is an excellent opener (and one of my favorites here) which sets the tone for the whole album. Starting off with the sound of a windy background, a slow, sadistic, and thunderous doom-like riff soon comes out pounding which is followed by a killer double bass solo, and then before you know it...BOOM!!! The listener is suddenly caught up in a serious whirlwind of pure headbanging fury as the song unleashes an onslaught of chugging, thrashing riffs, pounding drums, and awesome vocals. The song is also further highlighted by a wicked, blazing Gustafson guitar solo midway through, plus some killer screams from Blitz at the end of the song as well. Next, we have the second track "Rotten to the Core" which is just as energetic as the first track, and it's also one of Overkill's best songs ever as well. This song is just loaded with incredible thrashing riffs and insane, flashy soloing and pounding drum work throughout, and also features more awesome Blitz vocal work, and a catchy shout along chorus as well. Track three "There's No Tomorrow" is a true power and energy driven thrasher that is fueled by more fiery, blazing riffage and hammering double bass drumming, but it also includes a nice melodic section being thrown around the 1:21 mark that slows things down temporarily before resuming full thrashing force around 2:13 with another wild, blazing solo being thrown in, and meanwhile track four "Second Son" is another catchy headbanger which is driven strongly by Blitz's amazing vocals and dark lyrics, and also features yet more awesome catchy riffing along with another killer, ripping Gustafson solo, and a great, heart pumping rhythm throughout. Following that, we have track five and another one of my favorites "Hammerhead" which is another fast driven thrasher that boasts a furious onslaught of fast, vicious riffing including some nice catchy Maiden-like gallops, breakneck drumming, and it also features another great shout along chorus, plus another insane guitar solo and intense vocals to boot.

Moving onwards, we have the album's title track "Feel the Fire" which is my favorite song on the album. This song has got total Maiden worship written all over it, as it just oozes with fast, energetic riffing and catchy, galloping Maiden-esque rhythms throughout, and is also highlighted by an impressive series of killer, wailing, shredding solos from Gustafson as well. Following the title track, is a vicious, in your face thrasher in "Blood and Iron" that features an onslaught of fast, pulverizing drum beats, and lightning fast riffing, and furiously, shredding soloing all lead by Blitz's insane vocal attack which is guaranteed to just annihilate everything in it's path, meanwhile track eight "Kill at Command" is yet another amazing piece of pure metal that just hits you in the face right from the start with a slab of vicious machine gun riffing, and pulverizing double bass drum onslaughts, and also features an awesome middle break section that includes some more killer soloing, as well as some great backing vocals. Then we have the classic ninth track "Overkill" which of course is another one of the band's signature tracks which borderlines on a very dark and creepy atmosphere with lots of awesome, creepy riffs including that wickedly creepy opening riff in the beginning, along with pounding drum beats, dark and disturbing lyrics, and an insane vocal performance from Blitz especially with his shrieking of "KILL, KILL, KILL, KILL" near the song's end. The album then finally concludes with an awesome cover of The Dead Boys' "Sonic Reducer" that boasts some nice, energetic punk beats, and awesome, energetic riffing and blazing leads all lead by Blitz's always insane vocals, and it also includes another great shout along chorus as well.

With "Feel the Fire", Overkill would forever carve their niche into the thrash metal world and become a true force to be reckoned with, and they continue to do so even to this very day forward, and unlike most thrash bands (particularly Metallica and Megadeth) that would later go on to soften their sound at the turn of the '90s, these guys always stayed true to their no nonsense selves and their fans with each album they've put and continue to do so. There's certainly no question that "Feel the Fire" sounds just as incredibly awesome as it did when it first came out 30 years ago. Anyways, I strongly recommend this essential thrash classic to anyone who's looking for a good dose of pure old school 80's thrash...Enjoy!!! HORNS UP!!! \m/

Jeremy
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Feel the Overkill 27 février 2017
Par Adam S - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is good thrash album and I like it more than their second release "Taking Over" - except "Powersurge" on the 2nd album, which is my favorite Overkill song. My second favorite Overkill song is now "Hammerhead" from this album. It is a very fast and aggressive piece. A previous reviewer cut down the singer's style as being akin to hairmetal. First off, this is not Black or Death Metal, so what exactly do you want in vocal style? I do understand the point of view, though, as that is why I am not a fan of the vocal style utilized by Joey Belladonna from Anthrax. The early songs on the album do sound a bit like Maiden, but as the album progresses this is less apparent. Recommended for the thrash enthusiast.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great thrash album. 9 octobre 2013
Par Cagri - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've always thought back in the eighties that Overkill deserved to be among the "big" thrash bands. Today I am sure that they are well ahead of all thrash bands including the "big 4". This is their debut album, oftenly cause them to get criticised to have sounded like Maiden (which I agree, I was into maiden big time when I first heard this back in '85 and I remember first thing I'd thought was oh this sounds like Maiden, but better!!) In my opinion the resemblence is mostly because of Powerslave album where Maiden mostly used similar song structure with this one where riffs which were strong, catchy, and long kept playing throughout the whole song instead of structuring the songs with several different parts. Vocals, as well as being much better and versatile than BD, also have some likeness with him. But overall this is speed/thrash metal and at its best, so pretty different stuff than Maiden's. Much better too. This one (together with their second, Taking Over) is raw. All songs in this one are in my opinion just perfect examples of the genre. They produced very fine music in the following years, The years of Decay is one of my all time favourites, but this one, because of its raw perfection, is IMO THE Overkill album.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 best album, old school thrash metal 16 février 2010
Par METAL MANIAC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
if you are into screaming and growling heavy metal genre, you have no idea what metal or thrash metal is all about. I started listening to this band when i was in middle school and "feel the fire", "fatal if swallowed" are the songs that overcomed anything that anyother thrash metal bands ever tried or wrote in the early 80's. overkill is a band that has never got the credit and a band that new metal bands followed. i have every single album and im 35 yoa and i still listen to them. all their albums are awesome, but this album brings memory of good ol' thrash metal. buy it you will not be dissapointed. as a matter of fact, it is better then early slayer albums, its got more better riffs and "blitz" voice meets very well with their style. whoever said that Blitz's voice was a disapointment they were sooooo wrong. look at them, 25 years later and tehy still thrash. bands like LAMB OF GOD listened to them when they were younger. OVERKILL is a true metal band and they should be lsited in the hall of fame just like METALLICA. keep on "wrecking" OVERKILL.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Three Stars 1 juin 2017
Par Tim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
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