Tag: Dark Ages

Review: “Scythian Stamm” by Hell:On

When it comes to Death Metal Zaporizhia, Ukraine’s Hell:on have a fierce reputation and having worked with the likes of Andreas Kisser of Sepultura, Jeff Waters of Annhilator, Andy LaRocque from King Diamond and Marek Pajak of Vader during their previous recordings, their long awaited sixth studio record becomes a highly anticipated one. Oleksiy Pasko (guitars), Oleh Talanov (drums), Oleksandr Sitalo (bass), Oleksandr Baiev (vocals)

Throwback: “Carved Inside” by Soulfly!

Arguably the re-birth of Soulfly from more stripped back sound so a full on Metal onslaught thanks to the much more technical sounding riffs of Marc Rizzo and thunderous bass from Bobby Burns, “Dark Ages” saw the band resurgent in 2005. It remains to this day one of the bands darkest releases exploring aggression and

Riff Police! Pull Over! #35: Pantera Vs Soulfly!

“The Great Southern Trendkill” was released in 1996 to some critical acclaim. Not only Pantera‘s eighth studio album, but widely considered their most aggressive to date and the first to feature Drop G downtuned guitar work. By this point in their career there were growing tensions in the Pantera camp (allegedly due to the Abbot brothers taste for Whiskey and Anselmo’s hunger for Heroin) which

Vs. Tuesday: One Song! Two Bands! Who Wins? Fight! Prodigy Edition!

Braintee in Essex is the home of Industrial Electronicia pioneers The Prodigy. Rising from the back of the early 90’s rave scene, the bands third album “The Fat Of The Land” released in 1997, build on their previous hard work to critical acclaim and huge commercial success. Going Multi Platinum, the single “Fire Starter” was