3000AD – Who’s Watching Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising thrash metal band; 3000AD, from New Zealand. We have reviewed their powerful song; Who’s Watching, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

3000AD is a promising old-school thrash metal band I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about 2 months ago with their energizing song; Who’s Watching, off from their first long-play album; The Void, which was released in 2020. The band is officially making releases since 2018. They have started their careers with a single called; “Devolution Theory” (2018), continued with two more singles; “3000AD”  and “Cells” in 2020, and released their first full-length album; “The Void” not long ago in 2020. I don’t know about you guys but I always loved hearing the vibes of those golden days of thrash metal, especially by the upcoming bands who have got the means for the job, just like in our example here. Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Who’s Watching is the first song I listened to by 3000AD. A few days later, I started to notice that some people keep sharing their music on my personal social feed (Facebook) afterward. Well, this is surprising and not surprising at the same time. Who’s Watching is a very successful piece of work with the proper dynamics, energy level, flow, instrumentation, and most importantly; the attitude. So it’s perfectly normal that some of the people I know love good old school thrash metal. As you also know, one of the most important characteristics between bands was “the attitude” in the late 80s. And the bands like Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Pantera were considered as the pioneers of this movement. I also believe that this was one of the key elements in their success. So the point is, I am happy to see a band who doesn’t only have a similar music style but also similar values with them as well. I think Who’s Watching is mostly making the difference with its old-school vibes that made us all fall in love with this music in the first place. So many couldn’t resist the charm of Pantera mostly because of this, and I am sure so many will feel the same thing for 3000AD as well. And they are doing a fine job in their careers so far!


Technically, Who’s Watching has great standards in every way. I am grateful to every single person in the making who were against adding some digital shit in their music. Thank you guys, I appreciate it a lot! This was surely one of the important reasons why I respect what these New Zealander gentlemen are trying to achieve. They have a delicious blend of modern and old-school vibes in their sound with no single electronic bullshit. Well, I know this is not a fact it’s just the way I feel that this is the right way of doing this kinda job. And I am more than happy to see that we have an understanding here.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I have had a great time listening to 3000AD. They have the right foundations in their music which is good enough to take them to the next level in their musical careers. This is a promising job by an upcoming band indeed, and I am sure it is going to bring many die-hard fans into the 3000AD fanclub!

Who’s Watching has earned its place in our TOP METAL SONGS PLAYLIST on Spotify!

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates 3000AD for their brilliant job in WHO’S WATCHING and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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