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Korrozia Metalla - Full-Length Discography (1988-2010)
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Thrash/industrial metal/punk/grindcore from Russia, full-length discography of nine
full-length albums released between 1988 and 2010.

Korrozia Metalla translated from Russian as Corrosion of Metal. The band has always been the project of
Sergey "The Spider" Troitsky, who has filled every lineup spot except
drums at one point or another. In some form, the band had been around as
early as 1982, though it was in 1984 that they officially were formed
as Korrozia Metalla.

Their first show was in 1985 in a cellar. They were cut off after 4
songs when the KGB stormed in. The first vocalist, The Schizophrenic,
left and was replaced by The Pussycat for the first demo, and they
started gigging heavily - giving as many as four concerts per day. The
authorities gave them the legal permission to play only so many shows,
so they were frequently shut down. New vocalist Dima appeared in 1987
for a short while, but then he failed to show up for a gig, so guitarist
Sergei "The Hog" Vysokosov took over on vocals.

Drummer "Yascher" arrived in 1987 and this led to the most famous
lineup, which remained stable for 8 years: "Pauk" (bass), "Kostyl"
(guitars), "Borov" (guitars, vocals), and "Yascher" (drums). The band's
debut was a live album: Live at October. It was recorded in July,
actually - at the October Cultural Palace. The first studio album, The
Order of Satan, was recorded at a television studio, Ostankino, and then
distributed by a pirate record label on cassette only, it sold 100,000

The 1995 album 1.966 showed the band taking a more nationalistic stance,
with songs in support of the Russian army, celebrating the Russian
fleet at Crimea, along with themes of white power and National
Socialism. At this point, the revolving door lineup returned, with Vasya
Kazyrov replacing Alexander "Yascher" Bondarenko on drums. Then, The
Crutch left and became a Christian! Kostya Lepatov replaced him, and in
1997 the album Computer-Hitler was recorded. At that point, longtime
guitarist Hog left, so Max "With Bolt" Lajko replaced him, and Spider
himself took over on vocals. Lepatov also left, so Valeri Blitzkrieg and
Kostya Grinyok played guitars for a while, until Ivan Timoshenko was
found. Then, Korrozia put out the album "Kill Devils, Rescue Russia" in
2000 - a collection of traditional Russian songs and others of a
patriotic nature. A new album of original metal came out in 2002: Pagan
Gods, with Max and Spider sharing the vocal duties.

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1988 Orden Satan (Reissue)

1989 Russian Vodka (Reissue)

1990 Cannibal

1992 Sadism

1995 1.966

1997 Computer-Hitler

2002 Pagan Gods

2003 White Wolfs

2010 War Of Worlds

Fuck it. Let’s revisit the good old 1989 with Korrozia’s second proper album titled “Russian Vodka”.
This is a real kick in the face and is actually an interesting album
musically as it incorporates a few eastern folk melodies into the
trash/death metal way before Nokturnal Mortum or Amorphis tried it with
Black Metal. The album is basically a faithful followup to “Order Of
Satan” from the year prior but with slightly better production, which on
this disk is reaching for world-class. Whilst sounding a familiar mix
of death and thrash metal, this band retains the few things that make it
unique – all the texts are in Russian and the singer Borov’s roaring
vocals. Overall it sounds like something of a cross between Slayer,
Possessed and Venom with gruff, echoing vocals foreboding the coming
second wave of Black Metal just that little bit to make one think – what

The versions on this disk are much faster than what I’ve heard elsewhere
– such as “Vampire’s Tank” which (are you laughing at the name yet?)
appears on “Debosh v Orlyonke” and on the live DVD on the compilation
album titled the same as this one, as well as the opening track “Eat
Alive” beginning with a fully-fledged blast beat (unfortunately no folk
ensemble in this version – that would have ruled). There are a few
uncommon numbers here, all a part of Korrozia repertoire from time to
time, just uncommon in the live recordings the band has published –
“Black Ship”, “K.K.K.” and the oddly titled “Fifteen People Over a Chest
with a Corpse (in it)”. The album slows down here to the doomy,
tenebrous tones akin to “Phantom” – the star track from the first album.
This pace doesn’t do much good for a live favourite “Crazy House”,
which sounds a bit boring at downtempo. Live and faster, it’s a great
track. Oddly the disk ends with 2 instrumentals “Descent into the
Maelstrom” (no relation to Radio Birdman) and “Noizz” which sound
vaguely Scorpionesque and form a part of the band’s earlier repertoire.
Overall the album is a fair slab of doomy speed metal with liberal dose
of gallows humour. The ridiculous horror lyrics in Russian really
contribute to the atmosphere, but if you’re into catchy thrash and
beastly vocals, I think you’ll be able to get into this anyway. Your
head will bang, I promise you that.

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