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Into thrash since late 1985/early 1986 aged 12, therefore I feel qualified to make some fairly good judgements on heavy music, old and new. However, I fully appreciate the fact that people like different stuff. I will never rate an album at 0% and I will never rate an album at 100%. And I will not slag off an album or artist. I want people to listen to good metal; I'm not interested in petty, opinionated bullshit - that's for the kids who post reviews here (how can an 18 year old criticise an acknowledged classic thrash album from 1986??). I listen to thrash metal (mainly 80s thrash), death metal, hardcore thrash, hardcore punk, black metal and traditional heavy metal.