Category: Throwback

Throwback: “Disconnect Massconnect” by Transport League!

2003 saw Swedish Metallers Transport League release an album entitled “Multiple Organ Harvest”, their fourth full length since their 1994 inception. The bands constantly evolving line-up has a single mainstay in frontman and guitarist Tony Jelencovich who has also been involved in countless other bands including B-Thong, Icon In Me and Mnuemic. A music video

Throwback: “Crown Of Phantoms” by Chimaira!

Following the news last week that Chimaira frontman Mark Hunter has been diagnosed and is undergoing treatment for Thyroid Cancer, we decided it was only fitting for us to bring back one of our favourite tunes from the Cleveland Ohio bruisers. The title track of the only album to feature a line up of Austin

Throwback: “Paper Tiger” from Dry Kill Logic!

In celebration of the news last week on The PRP that Dry Kill Logic will be returning on 6th September with a brand new single entitled “Vices” after an absence of the better part of 13 years, we’ve decided to bring back the Westchester County New York bruisers for a second time around! Having previously

Throwback: “Rope” by 40 Below Summer!

Enjoying 5 albums across 19 years to date, New Jersey Nu-Metallers 40 Below Summer are the sort of Working Class of band that it between the Underground and Mainstream. Rewinding 18 years to 2001 and their sophomore album “Invitation to Dance”, which was recorded in Los Angeles California with GGGarth (Mudvayne, Kittie) at the Production

Throwback: “Convicted in Life” by Sepultura!

For us, “Dante XXI” was the album that proved that the Derrick Green era of Sepultura had what it takes. The albums before hand each had a clutch of good songs or good parts but also had some “Floaters In Mud”. 2007’s “Dante XXI” has better riffs, better kit work and better vocals from the

Throwback: “Straight Hate” by Bloodsimple!

Active between 2002 and 2008 and featuring Vision of Disorder frontman Tim Williams and guitarist Mike Kennedy alongside the now Hellyeah bassist Kyle Sanders and former Downset drummer Chris Hamilton, Bloodsimple released a pair of albums before going their separate ways. The first of those was “A Cruel World” that got the most attention. Releasing

Throwback: “Fiend” by Coal Chamber!

Widely recognised as the heaviest and most aggressive album from Los Angeles Californian Nu-Metal quartet Coal Chamber, “Dark Days” was produced by Ross Hogarth and appeared via Roadrunner Records in May 2002. It was the album that sowed the seeds for vocalist Dez Fafara’s next project, Groove Metallers Devildriver after tensions within the band that boiled

Throwback: “Alaska” by Between The Buried And Me!

As Between The Buried And Me will be upon our shores in October for an “Evening With” styled show featuring a pair of sets, we figured it was about time we turned our attention to our favourite album of their back catalogue. You maybe surprised that it’s not the seminal “Colors” but for us, we

Throwback “Not Falling” from Mudvayne!

It’s time for us to say a few things that might be considered controversial. First off for us, while “Dig” was without a doubt the groundbreaking single from Peoria Illinois quartet Mudvayne, it was their complexities, their use of odd time signatures and tapping sequences and the playing that appeared on their first pair of