Guilt Trip zählen zu den aufstrebendsten Hardcore-Acts, die sich in Europa momentan so rum tummeln. Im August veröffentlichten die Briten ihr heißersehntes Debütalbum River Of Lies über BDHW Records. Im November kommt die Band dann außerdem zu uns auf Stäbruch und wir neben Bands wie Agnostic Front, Desolated und Easy Money die Erthalhalle zerlegen. Wir nahmen das neue Album und die bevorstehende Show auf dem Stäbruch zum Anlass die Jungs ihre zehn Lieblingsalben vorstellen zu lassen.
1Jay: Fire & Ice – Not Of This Earth
I love this record because it’s the first hardcore record front to back multiple times. I love the catchy vocals and I think they have the best riffs ever.
2Jay: Forced Order – Eternal War
Forced order have been one of my favourite hardcore bands for a couple of years off the back of this record because it’s catchy as the same time as heavy, which are the two main things I look for when I start listening to a new band.
3Jak: malevolence – Reign of Suffering
This was the first album I was actually waiting to come out. It pushed me to want to be better at guitar.
4Jak: Brutality Will Prevail – Root Of All Evil
I loved the slower sludge riffs contrasting with the unique vocals. The band had a reputation at the time for crazy live shows, which came through on the record.
5Brad: Trapped Under Ice – Big Kiss Goodnight
This album absolutely bangs front to back. There’s no fillers it’s full of energy whilst not neglecting the heavy side of hardcore as well, the vocals get you hooked and every song just makes you wanna move.
6Brad: Your Demise – The Golden Age
This album experimented with what you could do on a hardcore album. They got in two singers from more mainstream genres and didn’t give a fuck what anyone thought about it. I could listen to this album on repeat for months and not get sick of it.
7Nick: Lamb Of God – New American Gospel
This was one of the first heavy albums that stuck with me and furthered my interest in heavy music.
8Nick: Turnstile – Step 2 Rhythm
This albums so unique, it put turnstile where they deserved to be. Starts off with possibly the best intro track on a record ever and continues with that consistency all the way through.
9Tom: King Nine – Scared to Death
One of the best NYHC releases on the decade. I believe it will be relevant for a millennium.
10Tom: Shattered Realm – Broken Ties, Spoken Lies
Goes without saying, one of the hardest albums of all time.