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Les joyeux thrasheurs allemands de TANKARD prennent de l'âge. Ils fêtent en 2014 le trentième anniversaire de leur carrière musicale. Ce disque réunit tous les éléments typiques de la scène Thrash Metal. Des riffs simples mais acérés, des rythmiques et des solos rapides et une voix au grain houblonné facilement reconnaissable. Les refrains, soutenus par des choeurs discrets, prennent souvent la forme de slogans et sont ainsi taillés pour être repris par un public. Un must pour les amateurs de Thrash teuton ! Un album de TANKARD pur jus qui ravira les vieux fans du groupe et qui pourra largement contenter ceux qui l'ont découvert récemment.
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I only gave it 4 stars because its not as good as their previous album, vol. 14.
This ancient adage rings true on so many levels. For one, yes, it is good to have something of a nature's off-switch, as it were; and b) Without beer, there would be no Tankard. Well, actually, to be literal, without beer and without Slayer, there would be no Tankard, as the hugely underrated Teutonic thrashers actually owe an equally as large debt to "Reign In Blood" as they do any kind of barley soda. Either way, they have built a very respectable (if, albeit, not unpredictable) career around those two things. As such, you can expect any effort with this band's name on it to be long on chalice-hoisting refrains, and party-till-you-drop lyricism, in addition to its usual abundance of white hot thrash aggression and balls-out speedster tempo'ing. And things are not any different on 2014's "R.I.B.."
The record, Tankard's sixteenth full-length, kicks off with "War Cry," a very (latter day) Slayer-worthy scorcher driven by crunch-i-fied guitar riffing, churning rhythms, and catchy, chanted vocals. With that said, though, the number does differentiate itself from most Slayer anthems in that this one's guitar solo does have an exceedingly high amount of melody in it. This is then promptly followed-up by "Fueled By Your Guts," another blistering and recklessly rampaging thrash-and-basher where ripping, buzzsaw-fast guitar leads and crashing, banging skins tear throughout; and "R.I.B. (Rest In Beer)," which, for all intents and purposes, would be a totally brutal ripper if not for another pleasantly melodic solo section.
The tangible energy level dips ever-so-slightly for the ensuing "Riders Of The Doom," a slightly more mid-tempo cruncher, but that in no way means that the intensity level does, or that the adrenaline rush caused by the trio of opening tunes wears off. This is made certain thanks to "Riders"' utilization of locomotive chugging and catchy, memorable, fist-pumping vocal refrains in its choruses. "Hope Can't Die," then, continues down this same path, as a more restrained chug-and-churner, albeit one that is unique thanks to its Iron Maiden-esque guitar harmonies and Judas Priest-inspired singing. A strong and adherently heavy bass line also occupies the mix, here. (In fact, one could even argue the case for "Hope..." being a bass-driven centerpiece.)
Fear not, though, because all bets are again off for "No One Hit Wonder," which revs up the engines to maximum velocities and intensities. And following that, and after we are treated to the hilarious "Breakfast Of Champions," "R.I.B." again really lets her rip with the blistering "Enemy Of Order." This speedster, while again clearly indebted to Slayer (the vocals practically cry out for Tom Araya's approval!), is a little unique, however, in that it backs up a chugging main riff with pounding double kick drumming and a muscular, and borderline funky-sounding (at times) slapped bass line. And wrapping up the already super-solid set are two final solid cuts: The scalding "Clockwise To Deadline," a heads-down, circle pit-friendly thrashing with blistering, chainsaw-stutter guitar leads and ripping solos; and "The Party Ain't Over Til We Say So," which is easily the year's best party-song soundtrack. (It goes toe-to-toe with and beats anything put out by the likes of, say, Accept and Hellyeah.)
Sure, it would be easy for detractors to criticize Tankard for making the same album time and time again; and while the band does run that risk, there is absolutely no debating as to if they are one of the more consistent outfits ever to emerge from the thrash or speed metal genre. As such, all fans of the band and genre are inclined to agree that "R.I.B." is nothing but very, very satisfying. And you will, too, at least as long as you don't, for some excruciatingly odd reason, have a personal grudge against truly impeccable riffing, exceptional soloing, powerhouse choruses, and insanely infectious hooks.