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Throwdown


 
THROWDOWN returns with their first album in four years, a
no-holds-barred ambassador of resistance called Intolerance.
Unforgiving spite for cowardice, unrepentant proclamations of
personal empowerment against oppression of all stripes, old-school
hardcore style defiance and adherence to the rhythmic power of
aggressive heavy metal continues to define Throwdown on
Intolerance, the penultimate blend of the varied strengths that
define the band’s name.

Intolerance combines the massive production punch of the moody,
sludgy and powerfully masterpiece Deathless (which
spawned the Sirius XM staples "This Continuum" and "The Scythe”)
with the focused resolve of Throwdown´s genre-classic-filled back
catalog. The big sound developed on Deathless works magic upon
the brutal missives found all over Intolerance, nearly all of which
clock in around 2 minutes. “Fight or Die,” “Avow,” “Hardened by
Consequence” and “Defend with Violence” are startlingly direct
commands to take up arms against adversity, to find strength to
carry on. Dave Peters’ two-decades long devotion to Straight Edge is
prominent throughout.

The powerfully abrupt anthems do venture into the doomier ground
explored on Deathless Throwdown supporters have grown even more
enamored of in the years since the last album’s release, but never at
the expense of the urgent force of the Throwdown material a legion
of fans discovered watching the band on Ozzfest and Vans Warped
Tour.
 
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