INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND Guitarist ERIK BARATH Discusses ‘Terrible Things,’ the Band’s Origins, and DIMEBAG DARRELL

Connecticut’s Indestructible Noise Command released two of the most unheralded albums of thrash metal’s original wave. Their 1987 debut, Razorback was a rough ‘n’ ready offering of east-coast grit stirred up by progressive sequences and the sound of a young band filled with fiery energy, technique, and discovery. When they returned a year later with The Visitor, it was like they dropped an atom bo...

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