Category: Vs. Tuesday

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

The cult following for the fourth album “Jane Doe” from American Metalcore outfit Converge has remained intact for the past 20 years as the critical acclaim for the album with some going as far as to call it the greatest of the Metalcore era. Having a bigger budget allowing for the entire album to be

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

Considered by some one of the forefathers of Thrash having influenced both Metallica and Megadeth, Lemmy Kilmister’s Motorhead  launched themselves on a the US in 1980 with a blend of Hard Rock and Speed Metal that gave them a fan base in both Punk and Heavy Metal circles. Their fourth album in all “Ace Of

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

You’d have to go a few thousand miles to find someone who didn’t know who AC/DC were or at least be able to recognise one of their cuts but when it came to their seventh seminal album there must have been some nerves with Brian Johnson replacing the larger than life Bon Scott after his

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

When taking on a classic that everyone knows, wanting to put your own spin on it takes some serious thought. You want to keep the original recognisable while at the same time wanting fans and friends to appreciate what you’ve done with it, without claiming that you’ve simply destroyed it. So Sorcerer guitarist Kristian Niemann

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

Last week we out together a pair of covers of “Mandatory Suicide” from Slayer, a classic Thrash Metal cut that had remained a mainstay in the bands live set for decades, so now it’s time to turn our attention to the title track of that very same 1988 record for the hugely influential title track

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

We could start this off by talking about the chances of a return for Thrash titans Slayer but maybe some other time. Rewinding the clock back to the summer of love in 1988 and the stone cold classic that is “Hell Awaits“, their fourth studio album and second in collaboration with Rick Rubin. Recorded by

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

“Welcome to the jungle, we’ve got fun and games, We got everything you want honey, we know the names, We are the people that can find whatever you may need, If you got the money, honey, we got your disease, In the jungle, welcome to the jungle, Watch it bring you to your sha-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-n knees,

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Into The Pit #2!

When you talk about Metal anthems, you don’t need to look much further “Into The Pit” by Testament. The Bay Area Thrash titans have long been hailed as members of an elite group of bands alongside Metallica, Exodus and Annihilator as influencers of generations of musicians and let’s face it, if there was no “The

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

Going straight Punk Goes Pop style for this week’s head to head we’ve chosen to send down to the fight arena a pair of covers of “Torn” made perhaps more famous by Australian songstress Natalie Imbruglia but actually being a cover of a song by American Rockers Ednaswap, that featured on their 1997 album “Wacko

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

Greek-Australian rapper from Sydney, Australia Masked Wolf had what has become known as a sleeper hit when his 2019 single “Astronaut in the Ocean” landed in re-release form earlier this year, going Gold and Platinum in various markets. A clever move from those in sync with trends who saw that the track had become really