Tag: Avenged Sevenfold

Interview: “Quadra” Q&A part #7 from Sepultura!

This week Brazilian Thrash Metallers Sepultura have gone one bigger than the last six and brought on board not one but two special guests for the “Quadra” Q&A series. This time out, drummer Eloy Casagrande, who joined the band in 2013 takes the lead and is joined by drumming legend Mike Portnoy (Dream Theatre, Avenged

Review: “Pitchfork Justice” by Shatter Brain

There are a few areas of the World that we lovingly refer to as hotbeds of Metal talent, one of which is Australia. Adelaide in South Australia is home to Shatter Brain, a band with a big reputation and not that much music to show for it. Tom Santamaria (Vocals), Matt Disisto (Guitar), Jack Hartley

The Black Map #98: Skywalker from Liverpool!

March is going to see Skywalker embark on their first ever bus tour, heading from Russia to Germany with stops in Poland, Switzerland and Italy. That’s because the Liverpool via Prague Post Hardcore quartet are joining Unity TX and First Blood in supporting Deez Nuts on their headlining tour for “You Got Me F***ed Up“.

Review: “The Vengeance Trilogy” EP by Messiah

‘”The Vengeance Trilogy” is a trio of songs and the story of a boy whose family and village have been massacred by monsters. This boy grows up to become a ferocious Knight who leads his army to attack the Kingdom of monsters and kill them all. The thing is, it is him, now, who has

Riff Police! Pull Over! #89: Hazzerd Vs Avenged Sevenfold!

Formed in Huntington Beach California in 1999, it was 2003 that saw Avenged Sevenfold rise to prominence with their critically acclaimed Hopeless Records sophomore album “Waking The Fallen“. Single “Unholy Confessions”  was the first song by the band to crack the mainstream and was heavily rotated on MTV2’s Headbangers Ball, which was at the time

Under The Influence #27: Enquire Within on “Scars” by Soil!

Starting out in Chicago Illinois in 1997, Soil had to wait four years before their fans could sink their teeth into their major label debut album “Scars“. Heavily influenced by the Grunge era and the likes of Alice In Chains and also classic Rock, they were seen by J Records as being the next Staind

Review: “Bloodlines” by Enquire Within

Taking two and a half years to write and record “Bloodlines” having formed in 2016, Enquiry Within have a reputation for playing their own special blend of Metalcore and Thrash. They are based on the outskirts of London and comprise vocalist Jacob Waller, lead guitarist Dan Lewin, drummer Henry Waller, bassist Jon Cresswell and rhythm guitarist

Bootleg: Enquiry Within in London!

Filmed at The Unicorn in London on 16th August, here’s a full set from Enquiry Within that includes tracks from their end of October releasing album “Bloodlines” which was two a half years in the making. A review of that is on the way. The set also includes a cover of “Nightmare” by Avenged Sevenfold.

Review: “Black Planet/Take Your Shot, Funboy” by WristMeetRazor!

Recorded by Andy Nelson at Bricktop Recording and Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, WristMeetRazor have released a pair of singles especially for Halloween, or Devil’s Night if you prefer. The first new material since the bands major label debut album in January entitled “Misery Never Forgets” via Prosthetic Records, the quartet of guitarist vocalist

Review: “Incoming Transmission” by The Jibbons

Four years in the making, Staffordshire quintet The Jibbons have spend a year creating their debut full length album “Incoming Transmission” after defining their sound. They define themselves as a Hard Rock band but in truth there are a myriad of styles within their sound and by the time the unclean vocals in opening track