Tag: Black Sabbath

Throwback: “Sabbra Cadabra” from (hed)p.e.!

Back in 2020 when Ozzfest was all the rage, a two part compilation of covers of Black Sabbath classics was put together titled “Nativity In Black” featuring the bands that made the events so great. Static-X took on “Behind The Wall Of Sleep“, System Of A Down chose “Snowblind” and of course Huntington Beach California’s (hed)p.e. took

NEWS: Godwatt inspired by the Godfathers!

It may have been a little while but the return of Italian Doom Metal master’s Godwatt with “Vol. III” set for 20th December via Time To Kill Records is a Christmas gift that will arrive early. The Frosinone based trio have recorded seven cuts for seven deadly sins with “Signora Morte” accompanying the news. The

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Sir Mix-A-Lot.

Back in the early eighties rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot rose to prominence in Seattle Washington, regularly crossing into the World of the six string guitar. In 1988 “Iron Man“, which of course samples the Black Sabbath song of the same name became a hit single from his debut album. But arguably his most famous work is the

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

The question is… Is there a Black Sabbath song that hasn’t been covered at some point in the past fifty four years because it feels like not only does every single band on the Planet have a Black Sabbath cover in their arsenal but every guitarist does as well. Not that that is a bad

Playthrough: “Single Fiery Flower” from Millstone!

Unlucky for some, Siberia Groove Death Metal band Millstone chose to drop a new EP “Single Fiery Flower” signalling the end of the “Isle” era. The record comprises the title track as well as a cover of “Into The Void” by Black Sabbath in both studio and live forms and is available over at bandcamp.

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

For the likes of Wednesday 13 and Rob Zombie is every night Halloween? Just how do they make the day of the dead special? Ozzy Osbourne didn’t seem to have many challenges in that department so on that incredibly tenuous link we’re hoping in the Delorean and heading back to 1983 when Osbourne, Jake E.

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

If you’re like us then you might casually be wondering one drunken night why it is that certain songs by certain big names get covered over and over again but others by those same bands which are just as good get left behind. For example, how many bands have covered “Sad But True” by Metallica

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