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Friday, September 17, 2021

Scars are celebrating 30 years of thrash

Scars, one of the legends of Brazilian Thrash Metal, after much demand from fans due to the highly acclaimed recent album “Predatory”, proudly puts on the market new options for prints on personalized t-shirts celebrating the 30 years of the band’s foundation.

Through a partnership with the company Anger Camisetas, 4 different models of t-shirts are now available in black, gray and white, in all sizes ranging from S to XXL and with different forms of payments and conditions.

The prints are produced with digital printing (DTG) and the elaboration process is carried out with the best and latest technology on the market, in a specific printer for exceptional definition quality and minimal texture on the mesh! 100% cotton mesh, 30.1 combed yarns, reinforced finish on collar and shoulders and weight 165 g.

Get yours now and celebrate three decades of great Thrash Metal with this giant!

Since the official return of Scars to activities in 2018, the expectation for new material was great, not only on the behalf of the São Paulo quintet fans, but also for the musicians who plunged headlong into this return. That wait didn’t take long and two new singles, “Armageddon” and “Silent Force”, both produced by Wagner Meirinho (Warrel Dane, Torture Squad) were released in 2019, slaking at least a little everyone’s anxiety for a long-awaited successor of great works from the past, such as “The Nether Hell” (EP/2005) and “Devilgod Alliance” (Album/2008).

“Predatory”, acclaimed as one of the best releases of last year, also produced, mixed and mastered by Wagner Meirinho, has 11 tracks, 9 of them completely unreleased and 2 singles from 2019 as extras, rescuing the main influences based on traditional american Thrash Metal. Marking and torn riffs, brutal vocals, extremely technical solos, heavy cuisine, all this added to strong themes related to the rampant killing of animals, violence, depression, war, religion and everything that destroys the contemporary world in every way. Even though the songs are part of a context, “Predatory” is not considered a concept album and was released in August 2020, via Brutal Records (USA and Canada), Proper Music (Europe) and Voice Music (Brazil).