Tag: Megadeth

Review: “Divides” EP by Abandoned Humanity

Divides is the first release by Abandoned Humanity, a Moscow Russia based Progressive Death Groove Metal band comprising of Denis Bondarev on guitars and vocals, Artem Gorokhov on bass guitar and vocals and Denis Pevunov on Drums and Programming. “Divides” brings a classic Metal rising repeating riff and pull to the introduction that has hints

Review: “Dead of Night” by Night Screamer

Calling themselves “a mix of classic metal, hook laden hard rock riffs and 80’s nostalgia” are London’s Night Screamer. After a pair of EPs (2014’s “Hit n’ Run” and 2015’s “Vigilante”) they’ve taken 18 months to nail down their full debut album “Dead of Night” which appeared at the end of April. The 5 piece

Throwback: “Figure of 8” from Kill II This!

Manchester Industrial Metallers Kill II This let us have their third album “Trinity” back in 2001. The band seemed to be on the rise having supported Megadeth on their “Cryptic Writings” tour in 1997 and gaining critical acclaim from Metal Hammer Magazine for their sophomore album “Deviate”, which appeared a year later. They ended up

NEWS: “You & Die” from Dead By Wednesday!

19th April saw Dead By Wednesday release their self titled album through Megadeth Bassist Dave Ellefson’s reborn Combat Records! From that album here’s a music video for “You & Die”! The album is their first with new vocalist Rob Roy and follows their 2015 “Darkest of Angels” which saw them joined by an array of guest

Throwback: “War Is My Shepherd” from Exodus!

Something of a lazy throwback for a Monday morning but why not? When Thrash legends and arguably the fifth member of the “big four” of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax otherwise know as Exodus launched 2004’s “Tempo of the Damned” upon us it was a sonic assault happily received. The bands first album since their

Review: “Wheel of Fortune” by Terrific Verdict

After 3 decades in the wilderness, frontman and bassist Pete Korpi, guitarist Mikko Siltanen and sticksman Ilmari Arvilommi otherwise known as Terrific Verdict, a Finnish thrash metal band Terrific Verdict have released their debut album “Wheel of Fortune”. Recorded between 2017 and 2018, it represents what the band never had the opportunity to produce in

Throwback: “Ether” from Nothingface!

Formed in 1993 the much loved Washington DC based band Nothingface are the subject of this morning’s throwback. In 2003 they dropped album “Skeletons” with production from Bill Kennedy (Megadeth, Danzig, Monster Magnet). Having enjoyed success with single “Bleeder” from their previous album, being invited to join Ozzfest seemed like it was going to take

NEWS: “Hanger 18” from Megadeth Remixed and Remastered!

Guitarist and Producer Ahdy Khairat has remixed and remastered another classic of yesteryear with “Hanger 18” from Megadeth. The current call is for him to take on some Black Metal! Megadeth themselves are preparing acts for their Megacruise, the latest in a long line (Ship Rocked, 70,000 tonnes of Metal) to take that format on.

Riff Police! Pull Over! #39: Testament Vs Nuclear Assault!

Ah Testament. The Chuck Billy fronted Thrashers are one of a number of bands who could arguably be named as just outside of the “Big Four” that is Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth and of course Anthrax. The Berkeley Californian quintet formed in that classic Thrash era and second album “The New Order” broke the band into

Review: “Master Of Giallo” by Obszön Geschöpf

Released for Halloween on 31st October by Dark Star Records, “Master Of Giallo” by Obszön Geschöpf is not only the 8th full length release but also celebrates a 20th Anniversary! It’s an album that features a huge cast of 46 international guests musicians, including ex-Megadeth pair James Lomenzo and Glen Drover, former Fear Factory bassist Christian Olde Wolber