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Gama Bomb: Untouchable Glory

Album Review

Irish thrashers extol the joys of arrested development

Ireland’s Gama Bomb were at the forefront of last decade’s thrash revival and, despite having their wheels spun at the hand of industry bullshit, have emerged relatively unscathed and, most importantly, with their sense of humour present and accounted for.

A certain amount of strength in treading water is what makes this quintet tick. If it weren’t for the opportunity to crack off 80s action film references and tales of the drunkenly ridiculous to the tune of rapid fire Bay Area/Teutonic/South American riffology, then it wouldn’t really be Gama Bomb. 


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