thrash metal

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thrash metal

n
(Pop Music) a type of very fast, very loud rock music that combines elements of heavy metal and punk rock. Often shortened to: thrash
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thrash metal

n (Mus) → Thrash Metal nt
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Metallica were still considered one of the Big Four of thrash metal but Puppets was the start of their ascent to the big leagues, an idea previously unheard of for bands of that ilk.
The New Yorkers' set was short, fast and brutal, taking in classics such as Madhouse, Caught In A Mosh, and the full-on Indians, while reminding everyone why they're one of the Big Four of thrash metal.