Tag: Children Of Bodom

Playthrough: Children of Bodom riffs with… Carcosa?!

As the tragic news of the death of Alexi Laiho of Finnish Melodic Death Metallers Children of Bodom is slowly sinking in, Carcosa guitarist Andrew Baena has put together a video whereby he pays tribute to the legend by playing some of his finer riffs, including “Angels Don’t Kill“, “Are You Dead Yet?” and “Triple

Bootleg: Children Of Bodom at Wacken!

Following the tragic news of the death of Alexi Laiho at just 41 earlier today, here’s a pro-shot full set from Finnish Death Metal legends Children Of Bodom at Wacken in 2018 in tribute. The set includes the classics “Riding The Storm“, “Are You Dead Yet” and “I Worship Chaos” and showcase the celebrated virtuosic

Riff Police! Pull Over! #98: Norther Vs Children Of Bodom!

Released 10 days apart, it seems incredibly unlikely that “We Do Not Care” by Norther could have influenced “Not My Funeral” by Children Of Bodom, unless one heard the others pre-production demos. But listening to both tracks it is undeniable that they both feature very similar riff structures with the Children Of Bodom version opening

Review: “A Reptilian Dystopia” EP by Frogg

Frogg started as your typical high school band with founder Sky Moon Clark and co-founder at the time, Ryan Panny blasting off primarily Children of Bodom covers for fun. Frogg was later revitalized by Clark, during his time at Berklee College of Music. Experimenting  with different projects while continuing to funnel different guitar-centric song ideas

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

Review: “Garden Of Starvation” by Man’n Sin

Founded in 2015 around the area of Rennes in France, Man’n Sin quickly found there own musical path between Groove Metal, Thrash, Hardcore and even Progressive Metal as the quintet took influence from (early) Machine Head, Pantera and Lamb Of God before they began their musical journey on stage, playing dozens of gigs in Europe and

Review: “Mountains And Darkness” by Northwind Wolves

Los Angeles California isn’t the kind of place you’d expect to associate with Black Metal. For one, it’s not a cold, bleak or barren place and the Forests aren’t the dark siren calling kind you’d find in Norway. But none the less, Los Angles is the home of Northwind Wolves who are returning with their

Review: “Elder Sun” by Dizastra

It seems like we’ve had to wait forever and a day for the debut full length album from Montreal Canada Blackened Thrashers Dizastra. We’ve been following them since their debut EP “Hell’s Gate” which appeared back in 2015 and while a line up change seemed to hold them back, this past summer saw them let

Bootleg: Children Of Bodom in Russia!

Filmed at the Saint Petersburg Russia stop of the World Hexed Tour on 18th October, here’s 40 minutes of Children Of Bodom! Their 10th studio album “Hexed” is out now via Nuclear Blast and with a pair of sold out shows to end their 2019, who could ask for more?

Review: “Necrophaze” by Wednesday 13

Technically studio album number eight for Wednesday 13, if you’re not counting any of the Murderdolls, Gunfire 76, Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13 or Bourbon Crow output, “Necrophaze” sees a cast of collaborators and co-conspirators join the blood drive. The band itself comprises vocalist Wednesday 13, guitarists Roman Surman and Jack Tankersley, bassist Troy