Track Premiere: Nylithia – “This Far, No Further”

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We’ve got a treat in store for you on this Halloween Eve, boys and ghouls. Check out this exclusive track from hyperthrash extraordinaires Nylithia.

Are you hip to the sugar-rush, neon-drenched sounds of Nylithia? Formed allllllll the way back in 2008, the band first came to prominence with their EP Infector. It’s been a year or two since 2008, so it’s about damn time for a proper full-length. Enter: Hyperthrash.

At the risk of sounding like every other hack metal writer in the world, Hyperthrash delivers exactly what it says on the label. Expect twelve tracks of breakneck speed, dizzying riffage, and more twists than Chubby Checker in a blender. Listen to “This Far, No Further” below for a sample of Nylithia’s irresponsibly fast brand of thrash metal. Remember to stretch and drink plenty of water.

Is that not enough Hyperthrash for you, you gluttonous bastard? You’re in luck, stream “Whips & Chainz” at MetalSucks and “Blüdwolves” at No Clean Singing. You still crave more???? Fine, here’s “61-50-7” and “Razor”:

Every track released for Hyperthrash has featured very rad artwork from the very rad Hamburger Jones. Slasher schlock fans, definitely check out his work.


Hyperthrash drops November 21st. Preorder that mu’fucka at their Bandcamp. Give Nylithia a like on Facebook to keep up with imminent tour dates. Tell ’em the Toilet sez “Hi-diddly-ho neighborino.”

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  • Vote for Jeb

    That looks like Pickles.

  • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

    In case anyone was unaware, Angelcorpse is back.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuhTh_4MmTQ

  • MRW to Hyperthrash:

    *STANDS UP*
    *THROWS MY KEYBOARD*
    *DROPKICKS BOTH MONITORS*
    *PUNCHES CUBE WALLS, BLOOD FLOWS*
    *MOSHES WITH MY DERPY CROSS CUBICAL FELLA*

    FRIDAY FOR THE WIN.

    GL

  • New Sielunvihollinen track. It get’s posted online the day my post goes live out of all things too. It’s a goddamn Halloween Miracle.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0zjX8A_rY8

  • Vote for Jeb

    I’ve loved every track released so far. It’s great to see us getting premieres too!

    • Dagon

      This is pretty rad. I just punched my best friend.

  • CyberneticOrganism

    *thrashes*

  • Damn. Pretty tight bomb blasting/double kick. I suck at this kind of blasting. I tip my bloody flesh hat to you sir.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d352uzRYg5w

  • That new Cryptopsy is fire. Lovin that porn slap bass over the breakdowns.
    http://youtu.be/8kSA41ik7o0

  • THAT’S WHAT I WANT, MOAR PREMIERES AND EXCLVSIVENESS.

  • Boss the Ross

    Congratulations on getting and exclusive stream. Maybe now more t shirts can get sold

    • BOSS!

      How was Mastodongs?

      • Boss the Ross

        Killer, they played Bladecatcher, that was exciting. It was not followed by Colony of Birchmen, but exciting nonetheless. The main riff to High Road sounds even heavier live.

        • KJM, Shake Zula

          Seen ’em 3 times between 2009-12.

          • Boss the Ross

            Bad Ass.

          • KJM, Shake Zula

            I’m glad that I was able to see them play ‘Crack The Skye’ front to back. Maybe they’ll do it again as a novelty tour someday.

          • jelly so thick you can cut it with a knife. CtS is my fav

          • Boss the Ross

            They played a few songs from it, but seeing it all the way through would be amazing. It’s probably my favorite Mastodon album, so proggy, so heavy, so perfect.

        • How was the singing? We have another Toiletter that went there, he goes by the name of Matt Pike’s Sweaty Nipple, but he isn’t posting that much lately.

          Anyway, cool gig, my friend. Did you bought some merch?

          • Boss the Ross

            Brent Hinds was a little quiet, but i couldnt tell if it was just down in the mix, but other than that they sounded excellent.

            Clutch is my favorite band, so i picked up a shirt from them. Mastodon was charging a tad too much for what i was able to afford, but there is always next time.

  • This is a good. Worth the sore neck. Also, EXCLUSIVE STREAMMMMMMMOTHERFUCKER

  • Guppusmaximus

    Those guitar riffs aren’t Thrash. They just sound like Metalcore or sumthin….

    • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

      Tough guy thrash. Mediocre at best.

    • Maik Beninton™

      Yeah I got some God Forbid vibes on it.

      • Guppusmaximus

        Haven’t listened to God Forbid since Determination. However, it wouldn’t surprise me.

        • and there’s no need to

          • Guppusmaximus

            Agreed. I wasn’t really impressed with that album to continue on, if I’m going to be completely honest.

          • Maik Beninton™

            But… Anti-hero is their best song.
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke8tXIATp1M

          • Paddlin’ Rites ov Beargod

            If this is their best song, it’s also the extent to which I intend to pursue checking them out.

    • Dental_Damnation

      Lol bud, you are a classic! I didn’t know your type was still
      around these parts!

      • Guppusmaximus

        Well, there is a signature style & speed of the riffs that make Thrash, Thrash…amirite?!

        • Dental_Damnation

          You’re not wrong. I have yet to hear that distinctive thrash d-beat on any of the songs. Yet it has a thrashy vibe to it. I don’t know, I attribute thrash more to the drums than the riffs usually.

          • Guppusmaximus

            For me, they have to go hand in hand. I usually like both the drums & guitar to be fast not necessarily at the same time but there has to be some non-weedily speed picking happening. Mos Def!

  • Guppusmaximus
    • Vote for Jeb

      IMO, this is completely indistinguishable from the rest of the middling thrash pack of the 80s.

      • Guppusmaximus

        I disagree…but, if you have an example I’d love to hear another band that sounded similar

        • Vote for Jeb

          Nuclear Assault and Blind Illusion both come to mind. I have listened to a lot of thrash. It was the first genre I got into. I just don’t wear rose-tinted glasses when I look at all the bands from the 80s. For every Dark Angel or Death Angel, there were a whole slew of mediocre bands.

          • Guppusmaximus

            I would expect that term to be used by someone who wasn’t a fan and even then that person wouldn’t be able to name drop anything remotely similar. However, to say Atrophy is “completely indistinguishable” from Nuclear Assault isn’t really fair. I’ve listened to enough Thrash as well. Granted I was only 11 in ’85 when bands like this, Defiance, Atheist, Ironchrist, and quite a few others arose, I’d say the defining aspect was that they were a tad bit faster. I mean , to get technical, Atrophy & Defiance were considered Speed Metal – a genre that died a premature death, imho. But, Atrophy did have a technical flair above Nuclear Assault. I wouldn’t say it’s rose-tinted glasses. I’d just say that I am a huge fan of Golden-era Thrash for what it was. Even the mediocre bands back then were better than the modern rehash.

          • Vote for Jeb

            To be honest, I’m not much into re-thrash either.

          • Guppusmaximus

            I thought Municipal Waste’s ‘The Art of Partying’ was a great progression the Thrash / Crossover scene in the spirit of DRI. They took it up a notch and emulated that classic mentality. But, for me, that was it. One moment of excitement…

          • Vote for Jeb

            I had a moment like that with the first Evile record. It had a lot of aggression, but then that band just petered out.

          • i don’t know if any bone in your body still cares about Evile, but their third LP Five Serpents Teeth was just as good!

          • Vote for Jeb

            Sorry, man. I tried that release but didn’t dig it as much.

          • ME GORAK B.C.™

            GORAK SEE WARBRINGER YEARS BACK!!!!

            https://youtu.be/TtRoyDsrj3o

          • <3 them so much. they went through enough line-up changes!

          • ME GORAK B.C.™

            IT FUN SHOW!!!!!!! CROFOOT BEST SMALL VENUE IN DETROIT AREA!!!!! HARPOS SUCK BIG ONE!!!!!

          • Guppusmaximus

            I saw them when they opened for Kreator and I wasn’t that impressed. The first album is cool but it didn’t have that nostalgic effect like MP did. Just my .02

          • much respect, Guppus! one thing’s for sure, Warbringer are masters of pleb re-thrash (i.e. perfect for me)!!

          • Guppusmaximus

            Rock On, McNulty m/ m/ It’s all good:) Whatever makes the jimmies somewhat rustle-proof. To be honest, Kreator didn’t impress me neither. Hell, I still love ‘State of Euphoria’ and think it’s Anthrax’s best album, so, I’m obviously no expert on Thrash.

          • Vote for Jeb

            No hard feelings here, either. I’m just more critical of thrash being the ivory tower a lot of folks seem to think of it as. I’m probably more critical of classic metal in general than most.

          • Guppusmaximus

            Oh yea, no hard feelings, mang. I’m just happy to have experienced what I consider as good as Thrash is gonna get. The bands didn’t hide behind studio magic and the best styles were uncovered. It was a new & unabashed genre and the bands had the balls & talent to back it up.

            -sent from my Ivory Tower *smirk*

            https://img0.etsystatic.com/002/1/6992997/il_570xN.397495850_8xmw.jpg

          • Vote for Jeb

            I still like Overkill!

          • Guppusmaximus
          • Lacertilian

            I spun Walking Into Nightmares yesterday at work by accident as it sits next to Waft in my library.
            JACKAL

          • Nightmare Anatomy – jam it

          • Lacertilian

            That was the track that got me interested in them, the dynamics on the cymbals and the punchy drums are excellent. Plus, those riffs remind me of 80’s thrash clean sections.

  • Spear

    Fucking yes. I’ve been waiting for this album for what seems like forever now.

  • Eliza

    Listening to this like

  • Waynecro

    This is the only thrash in my Bandcamp wishlist.

    • Lacertilian

      I’m assuming that’s because you’ve already purchased all the other killer thrash from this year?!

      • Waynecro

        That’s one way to interpret that statement.