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  • adj. comparative form of thrashy: more thrashy

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Examples

  • They've gotten a bit thrashier and gnarlier with age, and Glover's voice is higher, a little more like H. R.-never a bad thing.

    Chicago Reader

  • The gameplay remains true to previous incarnations of the franchise, allowing players to perform vocals, guitar, bass and drum parts, with the main addition being a new skill level, dubbed "expert-plus," which requires an additional kick-drum pedal for double-bass on some of the band's thrashier songs.

    Rolling Stone : Rock and Roll Daily

  • On "Set The World On Fire," Annihilator's third studio album from 1993, the band leaves some of the thrashier elements from their two first albums behind by focusing more on melodies.

    Metal Underground .com

  • Living for Death, Destroying the Rest could be a thrashier counterpart to Neuraxis's excellent

    MetalSucks

  • As for the remix of "Raven Wings," we basically stripped out the fiddles and Uilleann pipes to have a thrashier metal version. xFiruath: Now that your latest EP is out what are Hauk's plans for the future?

    Metal Underground .com

  • They were a little thrashier, the sound circling like enormous tornadoes.

    17 dots

  • The 17-song set borrows a reasonable five songs from their new album, alongside a generous dose of older, thrashier songs.

    Music news, reviews, comment and features | guardian.co.uk

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