Putting on his serial killer mask Leo Moracchioli has chosen to Metalize “Intergalactic” by the Beastie Boys for his weekly Frog Leap Studios cover, which makes a refreshing change from much loved and much covered “Sabotage” and let’s face it, no one is bettering the Cancer Bats take on that. There is hope that Frog
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Forming in 2016, January 2017 gave light to single “Public Enemy” as a teaser for their self titled debut EP the following May and with that New Jersey Hardcore wrecking ball On Sight had already established a platform for themselves. 2018’s two track affair “Fading Out” had fans clamoring for more and when the entered Landmine Studios
Including a Medley of Beastie Boys, Iron Maiden, Pantera and Metallica songs here’s a full pro-shot set from Spanish Pizza Thrash Metallers Crisix at Resurrection Fest in Spain last year. Their comic book cover style and compilation of covers that is a tribute to American Thrash is brilliant and recommended.
As Cancer Bats albums go, our personal favorite is “Bears, Mayors, Scraps & Bones” which celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary in 2020. That of course means the band have issued a remastered version of the album (?) which has already been re-issued once but hey, why not. The album that brought us “Dead Wrong” and of
It’s Friday night and Canadian Hardcore Punks Cancer Bats are in town to party! Tonight is night #5 or as Liam Cormier puts it, the fifth concerto, of “The Spark That Moves” UK tour, which will see them tear up stages literally everywhere upon our shores! Hailing from Kathmandu Nepal are tonight’s surprise openers Underside
Leo Marcchioli has done us proud this week with a cover of the Beastie Boys classic “Sabotage”. Perhaps taking inspiration from Canadian Hardcore Punks Cancer Bats or even KoRn and Slipknot‘s now infamous live version of the song. Either way, the Frog Leap Studio resident is joined by Anders Oferdal in Norway for the cut.