Thrash

Thrash may refer to:

  • Thrashing (computer science), where increasing resources are used to do a decreasing amount of work
  • Thrash (mascot), mascot of the Atlanta Thrashers

Read more about Thrash:  Music

Other articles related to "thrash":

Thrash - Music
... Thrash metal, a subgenre of heavy metal music influenced by hardcore/thrash Crossover thrash, a subgenre of both hardcore punk and heavy metal music ...
Crossover Thrash - Terminological Ambiguity
... Throughout the early and mid 1980s, the term "thrash" was often used as a synonym for hardcore punk (as in the New York Thrash compilation of 1982) ... The "-core" suffix of "thrashcore" is sometimes used to distinguish it from crossover thrash and thrash metal, the latter of which is often referred to simply as "thrash", which in turn is rarely used to refer to ... Thrashcore is occasionally used by the music press to refer to thrash metal-inflected metalcore ...
Loudblast
... Loudblast is a Death/Thrash band that pioneered the genres in France, and one of the most important French metal bands of the 1990s ... They began playing thrash metal influenced by the classic American bands such as Slayer ... they incorporated more melody and groove in their music while maintaining a thrash/death aesthetic ...
Thomas W. Thrash, Jr.
... Thomas Woodrow Thrash, Jr ... Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Thrash received a B.A ... On January 7, 1997, Thrash was nominated by President Bill Clinton to a seat on the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia vacated by Robert L ...
Australian Thrash Metal
... Australian thrash metal is a regional scene of thrash metal music that originated during the late 1980s ... a "major" part of the worldwide thrash metal scene due to distance from the major Bay Area and Teutonic scenes, Australian thrash metal has had a fairly substantial following in overseas markets, while local ... Probably the most well-known Australian thrash bands from the 1980s would be Mortal Sin and Hobbs' Angel of Death ...