Category: Vs. Tuesday

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

2008 saw Swedish Extreme Metallers and the Godfathers of DJent Meshuggah come in hot with the ripper of an album that is “obZen“. A partial return that blends the older styles of the band with the newer ones to create a hybrid that is the best of both worlds with elements of Progressive, Thrash, Avant-garde

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

Always open to feedback, we’ve read the recent comments for this very feature and here are a few highlights… “Pleeeeeeaaaaase go heavier with Vs Tuesday!!“… “Stop the Punk Goes Pop S***“… “If it’s not Metal it doesn’t count!“… “If the verdict was ‘guilty of bullsh**’ then you’re Carole Baskin!“. So not being ones to bow

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Feel The Darkness!

It’s time to return to Portland, Oregon’s Poison Idea, who have to be one of the most influential and underrated Hardcore Punk bands in the history of the genre. Inspired by Black Flag and Discharge and called “an ugly band for ugly people“, their 1990 third studio album “Feel The Darkness” is one that has been sighted

Vs Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Black Hole Sun.

Who remembers cassette tape trading to check out new sounds back in the day? Someone once put a copy of “Superunknown” by Soundgarden back 1995 into these grubby paws in exchange for “Ride The Lightning” by Metallica and the rest is history. Arguably the finest 74 minutes the Seattle Washington Grunge band created, it spawned

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

Today’s head to head otherwise known as Vs Tuesday, in which we face off two bands who have covered the same song and let you decide who the winner is as the ultimate judge is actually kind of a cheat. Why? Well in the Red Corner (trademark, patient applied for) we have Body Count, who

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

Technically speaking the third and final studio album from Seattle Grunge Kings Nirvana, “In Utero” appeared to both mixed reviews and critical acclaim in September 1993. The album itself was recorded over a two week period in February of the same year at Pachyderm Studio in Cannon Falls Minnesota with engineer Steve Albini (Zao, Helmet)

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT. Bring The Noise!

Originally “Bring The Noise” saw Big Four Thrashers Anthrax take on a track by hip-hop act Public Enemy, the first song on the group’s 1988 album “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back“. Anthrax wanted to do a version of the track after doing similarly vocal styling on “I’m The Man” and