3000 AD - The Void


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3000 A.D.: The Future of Thrash Metal Takes Shape in Christchurch!


Hold on to your metal helmets, because 3000 A.D is here to blast your eardrums into another dimension! Hailing from the metal heartland of Christchurch, these Kiwi thrashers aren't just a band; they're a sonic storm brewing in your backyard.
Sam Pryor shredding on guitar, Scott Austin rumbling on bass, and Hellmore Bones mercilessly pounding the drums—all in the name of thrash metal, '80s punk rock, and a dystopian, post-apocalyptic aesthetic. It's like Mad Max strapped into a rocket heading straight into a mosh pit!
Their sound isn't just powerful; it's a beast unleashed from the depths of metal's darkest abyss. Think lightning-fast riffs, bone-crushing beats, and a stage presence that'll make your hair stand on end—yes, even the mullets.
What sets 3000 A.D apart isn't just their music; it's their commitment to a vision. They're not just playing tunes; they're painting a vivid, post-apocalyptic landscape where the only law is headbanging till your neck hurts.
And if you're not convinced yet, check out their music video. It's like a glimpse into a cyberpunk nightmare, with enough energy to power a nuclear reactor. Warning: watching it might lead to uncontrollable air guitar sessions and an urge to wear more leather.
As a fan, I've been following these metal maestros, and let me tell you—they're not just a band; they're a force to be reckoned with. Their ability to blend genres and create a sonic assault that's both nostalgic and futuristic is commendable. They're not just making music; they're crafting an experience, and I, for one, am strapping in for the ride.