Category: Vs. Tuesday

Vs. Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins? FIGHT! “New Noise”

The Refused with their album “The Shape of Punk to Come” created not only a masterpiece of an album, but one that remains highly influential. The Swedish Hardcore Punks third album was released in 1998 and actually saw the band break up just a month after its release. Fortunately they reformed in 2012 and in

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Architects Edition!

Pre-release single “Royal Beggars” from the upcoming new album from Brighton Progressive Metalcore Heroes Architects has taken the World by storm. The highly anticipated “Holy Hell”, the bands first release since the sad passing of guitarist and song writer Tom Searle, will appear on 9th November via Epitaph Records.   In the red corner, we

Vs. Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins? Fight! Prodigy Edition!

Braintee in Essex is the home of Industrial Electronicia pioneers The Prodigy. Rising from the back of the early 90’s rave scene, the bands third album “The Fat Of The Land” released in 1997, build on their previous hard work to critical acclaim and huge commercial success. Going Multi Platinum, the single “Fire Starter” was

Vs. Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins? FIGHT!

Recorded in Tampa, Florida at Morrisound Recording with Scott Burns in the production chair and released in 1991 is the album that many consider to be San Paulo Brazilian legends Sepultura’s finest hour. Well, 42 minutes and 26 seconds if you want to be specific about it. It’s the album that started the ball rolling