. And the destruction still goes all the way to 11. Or, at the very least, to 8 — depending on how you like your thrash served. Destructor plays power thrash based on the East Coast model: There are no multi-movement epic songs here, just locked-in 4/4 rage. Singer and bassist Dave Overkill splits his time between apocalyptic battles and all-night keggers. The band's press kit refers to the crew as "thrash legends." Screw that. Forever in Leather
firmly establishes Destructor, once and for all, as metal reality.
The thrash revival is so pervasive that Cleveland's Destructor has finally released its second album — 22 years after its debut,