Category: Vs. Tuesday

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

There is no doubt that the ongoing musings of Dino Cazares in the Fear Factory camp have made for interesting sound bite over the past few years but… everything seems to happen at a glacial pace. Yes we’ve gratefully received a album in “Aggression Continuum” and a remix album in “Recoded” but no shows to

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

Are there now more Linkin Park covers in the World than there are original Linkin Park songs? There must be. Such has been the outpouring of love for Chester Bennington since his tragic death. The undisputed Kings of Nu-Metal and the introspective lyric may never reform in his absence but there are plenty who would

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Sir Mix-A-Lot.

Back in the early eighties rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot rose to prominence in Seattle Washington, regularly crossing into the World of the six string guitar. In 1988 “Iron Man“, which of course samples the Black Sabbath song of the same name became a hit single from his debut album. But arguably his most famous work is the

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

It has often felt from the outside at least that Anthrax were seen as the lesser light of the so called Big Four but not in these parts as the New Yorkers soldier on. Today we’re rewinding the tape back to 1987 and arguably the bands signature move in “Indians“, the first single from the

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

It’s strange how often people don’t understand art at the time at which it’s unveiled but grow to love it decades later. In the case of “Pornography” from The Cure, an album which brought the band to the edge of self destruction with drug fueled recording sessions, despite not being received that well by critics,

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

When an album receives accolades like “49th greatest Guitar Album of all Time” from Guitar World Magazine and “5th greatest Metal Album of The 21st Century” from Metal Hammer Magazine then you know it’s one you should be checking out. 18 years ago in 2004 inspired by the events that took place during the war in

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

The last single featuring the classic Motörhead line-up of Lemmy, “Fast” Eddie Clarke and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor, as Clarke left following the recording of the “Stand By Your Man” EP, a collaboration with the Plasmatics, “Iron Fist” has to be one of the British heavy metal highlights of 1982. Covered by many, feared by