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THE STORY

If Infrared sound like classic thrash metal, that’s because they are! And rightfully so since they were making music as teenagers in the mid to late 80s back when the Big 4 (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax) were just becoming famous. They literally lived and breathed that scene as it was happening and garnered national attention in Canada through their song and video for Thoughts Caught (in Between).

Then....life happened and members took different paths and the music, that was hot in the underground metal scene and loved by demo tape traders near and far, went dormant for 27 years! Now, Infrared are back and their songs have finally been captured, as they should have been so many years ago, on their debut album No Peace. Better than ever, it's time to make up time!

New Video Dec. 16, 2016

Infrared are releasing their new video for Some Kind of Disease on YouTube December 16th. A special preview screening will be given at 9:30 pm at their show at the Brass Monkey and then the video goes live on YouTube!

Infrared - No Peace

INFRARED'S DEBUT ALBUM
NO PEACE
AVAILABLE NOW!

All songs written between 1985-1988 and recorded in 2015. 

New old metal for you from the metal time capsule!

Available on cdbabyiTunes, Google Play,  and more...

What People Are Saying

“Straight up thrash metal with the heavy and fast riffs, pounding drums, and the thumping of the bass.” 

-Sleaze Roxx

“After sitting down and listening to Infrared’s ‘No Peace’ over a period of days, it’s safe to say that this is a solid thrash metal album that will easily please genre purists. It’s an aggressive offering, but it doesn’t take too many risks, nor does it have to. This band is extremely talented and this album is well worth your money.”
-Metal at the Gates

“At times reminiscent of old school Metallica, sometimes Megadeth, sometimes something else entirely. In short, if you dig 80’s metal you should really give this album a listen. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I’m already looking forward to the next.”
-Skull Banger

“No Peace grabs you by the balls from the first power chords of Inframental and doesn’t let up until the final note of In Search Of.”
-Korea Guitar

“I can't see how anyone who is a fan of Eighties heavy metal/thrash would not like this.” 
-Psychotic Philosophy II

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