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PSYCHOSOMATIC: The Invisible Prison – Metal Temple

“There are many things that can be said about PSYCHOSOMATIC. Their long history and influence on the genres they have inhabited as well as their sheer technical prowess on their instruments. But the main point that this album brings across to…

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Album Review: PSYCHOSOMATIC “The Invisible Prison” – Ghost Cult Magazine

“A blistering display of visceral old school thrash, if you’re not careful, The Invisible Prison might prove impossible to leave.” – Ghost Cult Magazine

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PSYCHOSOMATIC: The Invisible Prison review – Angry Metal Guy

“PSYCHOSOMATIC combines D.R.I.‘s punkish qualities with some old-school California greats, like Exodus and Metallica. And, to be honest, most of their albums fucking slay. And to make things even more relevant, PSYCHOSOMATIC has done well to modernize their sound with…

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PSYCHOSOMATIC: The Invisible Prison – Capital Chaos TV

“From the opening track “We Don’t Trust You” to the last track of “Spiral Orthodox” the coalescing of New Wave of American Thrash vs 80’s Thrash finds a perfect resident within this release.” – Capital Chaos TV

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PSYCHOSOMATIC: The Invisible Prison (Album Review) – Sonic Perspectives

“An underground player from the heyday of California thrash metal and crossover unleashes a mad, technical display of riff-happy brilliance that bridges the divide between classic Bay Area heaviness and modern, genre-bending mayhem.” – Sonic Perspectives

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PSYCHOSOMATIC: The Invisible Prison (Album Review) – Punknews.org

“PSYCHOSOMATIC are the real deal in the vein of Slayer, Exodus, and Hirax. The Invisible Prison is a dozen thrash songs that also incorporate elements of punk and death metal. […] If you are a thrash fan, it’s time for…

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PSYCHOSOMATIC: The Invisible Prison review – Flying Fiddlesticks

“It is going to raise your blood pressure. […] Trust might be thin on the ground but this album is a thrash-fest guarantee.” – Flying Fiddlesticks

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PSYCHOSOMATIC: Ghost Cult Magazine Streams Entire The Invisible Prison LP; Seventh Album By California Thrash Veterans To Be Released Friday Through Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

photos by Michael Alvarez Sacramento, California thrash veterans PSYCHOSOMATIC will drop their ripping seventh album, The Invisible Prison, through Nefarious Industries this Friday. Through the help of Ghost Cult, the entire album is now streaming in advance of its release. PSYCHOSOMATIC’s The Invisible Prison features…

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Album Review: PSYCHOSOMATIC ‘The Invisible Prison’ – The Razor’s Edge

“…every song is a one, two punch to the face, with little excess.” – The Razor’s Edge

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PSYCHOSOMATIC reviewed: From the Tomb 8/24/20 “…and yet the illusion continues to exist.” – Grizzly Butts

“Man, finally. Just some balls-out, big guitar hittin’, riff-heavy pure thrash metal. […] Fans of Municipal Waste, earlier Havok, and Suicidal Angels will find a lot to chew on here throughout the ~37 minute riff-packed set PSYCHOSOMATIC have managed.” –…

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