Tag: Black Label Society

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

The rights and wrongs on the Pantera tribute slash reunion are going to be something debated long into the night, around many a camp fire with may a bottle of Wild Turkey being sunk in the process. Could the people behind it have found better players to take part? Probably not. Will it taint the

NEWS: Volumes unveil Pantera tribute!

Just when you think you’ve got it figured out, another wave of terror comes crashing down. While the World and his wife have been talking about the tribute to Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul Abbott that finds Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante and Black Label Society guitarist Zakk Wylde joining original Pantera members Rex Brown and

Review: “Enlightened In Eternity” by Spirit Adrift

From humble beginnings, primarily as an outlet for multi-instrumentalist Nate Garrett (lead and harmony vocals, guitar, bass), Spirit Adrift started life in 2015 as a studio project encompassing his love for hard rock sensibilities and multiple strains of timeless heavy metal, taking influence from bands like Black Sabbath and Corrosion of Conformity. With the addition

Interview: Lamb Of God talk tips for new bands!

Continuing his guitarists heart to heart chat with Debbie Gough of Dead Hands fame, Mark Morton shares his advice for new bands in this latest interview clip from Lamb Of God. Yeah, we put the 15th Anniversary cover of “Ashes of the Wake” on this one and not the cover of the new self titled

Review: “My Last Words” by Threering

Las Vegas Nevada duo Threering have been nothing if not prolific writers of late. Drummer Phillip Howell alongside guitarist and vocalist Adam Doxtater put out their fourth studio album “Dark Tranquility” in October 2018, standalone double A side single “Hell Is For Children” in April 2019 and have now returned with their fifth studio album

Listmania: 5x Albums of Hangover Music!

The seasons festivities are well under way with plenty of our favourite alcoholic beverages on the go. So here are five of our go to albums to soothe a savage hangover. After all, everyone loves beer O’clock but after you’ve been on the whiskey as well, the following day might be a bit harder to

NEWS: Louder start Lords of the Riff series!

Taking an interesting route, Louder have started a new series on the Lords of the Riff with a group of Masters in their own right including Trivium axe man Matt Heafy, Zakk Wylde of Black Label Society and Vio-Lence guitarist Phil Demmel (ex-Machine Head) all involved. The curtain raiser is a mighty fine read on

Documentary: The Black Dahlia Murder like Beef!

We’re not entirely sure that the tour bus wasn’t stationary, but in this latest episode of “Cooking at 65mph”, The Black Dahlia Murder bust out the pots and pans for Teriyaki Beef. Taking “Nightbringers” on the road with of all bands Black Label Society and Alien Weaponry, the Death Metallers stop at The Apollo Theatre

Review: “Chaos Machine” by Enemynside

Originally called Scapegoat from their 1994 inception to 1999 when the band changed its name to Enemynside, the Italian Thrash Metallers have had wide reaching and varying career touring Italy and Europe and sharing stages with the likes of Destruction, Dismember, Blaze Bayley, Necrodeath, Extrema and Flotsam And Jetsam to name but a few. “Chaos

Playthrough: “As Good As Dead” by The Black Dahlia Murder!

The Black Dahlia Murder sticksman Alan Cassidy has released his very own drum cam footage – of himself performing “As Good As Dead” live on a recent tour! The Death Metal band are as tight as it gets live and with an impressive light show, the Detroit Michigan crew bring “Nightbringers” to life! We’re not