||In 1997, the band Fury
traveled 1100km to record their first album. Then the band decided
to relocate and they moved 500km to Adelaide. After all that moving
and a few years later Fury has recorded their third CD and it is
called "Slavekind." Like their previous music it is straight
ahead thrash somewhere between the sounds of Pantera and Scatterbrain.
At times this disk gets you going like a sixteen piston engine and
at others like a banging door in a breeze. The eight tracks on this
disk are average songs, nothing really special except for the moments
they put everything together. Of the thirty-one minutes on this
disk, I pulled out a few songs that I thought were decent and they
include the title track "Slavekind," "Lies,"
and probably my favorite "Of This Insanity." Fury is proud
to be a thrash band, when the majority of metal bands these days
are not. That shows that these guys are playing what they want,
and not being distracted into something they can't relate to..