Serial re-mixer and re-masterer Ahdy Khairat has taken the opening track of “St. Anger” by Metallica and done the surgeon’s work to it, putting in the snare drum and making it sound like it wasn’t recorded down a drain. The result is a less punishingly raw sounding “Frantic” and the video even features a meme
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A classic remixed and remastered by a master. Ahdy Khairat has taken “For Whom The Bell Tolls” from “Ride The Lightning”, arguably the second best album from Thrash titans Metallica and given it the full modernization bringing the tune screaming into 2019. He needs to be pestered into doing the same with “Fistful of Metal”
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.
Ahdy Khairat has taken “All Nightmare Long” from “Death Magnetic” by Metallica and made is sound immense with a new remix and remaster job. The new version benefits from a bigger bass sound that means the song overall delivers more punch than a prize fighter!
Slayer are allegedly calling it a day before too long and so Ahdy Khairat has brought their classic “Angel of Death” up to date with a modern Mastering and Mixing job. Why not? In a week where ancient footage of Kerry King jamming with Dimebag Darrell appeared on line, it seems fitting.
“Obey your Remastered! (Remastered!)… Remaster of puppets I’m pulling your strings, Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams, Blinded by me, you can’t see a thing, Just call my name, ’cause I’ll hear you scream. Remaster!” That’s right. Ahdy Khairat has remastered the Meshuggah classic “Dancers to a Discordant System”, a DJent masterclass!
Ahdy Khairat has continued his fine work with a remix and remaster job on “The Thing That Should Not Be” by Metallica. The song is taken from the Metal Masters stone wall classic “Master of Puppets” and sees Khairat bring the song into the present day using modern techniques. It’s rare that we would carry
There are more than a few albums out there in the big wide world with God awful production value, poor quality mastering or just plain muddy mixing quality. “The Crusade” by Trivium being a fine example. Fortunately with the appliance of science and technology in the internet age means we can go back and fix