Tag: Dead Hands

NEWS: Zeal & Ardor plus Heriot in November!

“Remember, remember, the 5th of November, Gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason, Why gunpowder treason, Should ever be forgot. Guy Fawkes, Guy Fawkes, ’twas his intent, To blow up the King and the Parliament, Three score barrels of powder below, Poor old England to overthrow, By God’s providence he was catch’d, With a

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Ten Ton Hammer.

Ahead of the 26th August releasing tenth Machine Head album “Of Kingdom And Crown“, a concept album loosely based on the Japanese dark fantasy anime television series “Attack on Titan” it seemed right to take a moment to remind ourselves of just how influential the band have been over the past 31 years.

Playthrough: “Enter the Flesh” from Heriot!

We’ve been following the career of guitarist Debbie Gough since she was the axe woman of Dead Hands. These days she rips it up in Heriot and if evidence is need of her skills then here’s footage of her performing “Enter the Flesh” from the bands April released record “Profound Morality“. She’s using Neural DSP’s Archetype: Gojira Guitar Chain:

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

Interview: Lamb Of God talk Guitars!

Another day, another dollar, more Lamb Of God interview clips featuring guitarist Mark Morton. Each of this freshly cooked trio sees Morton talk to Dead Hands guitarist Debbie Gough with topics ranging from signature model guitars and seven strings to writing styles and interplay. The Richmond Virginia Groove Metallers have their self titled album out

The Black Map #71: Ill Vision from Birmingham!

After a week off, it’s time to get back on the road and head to Birmingham for this week’s entry in The Black Map of the UK Underground Metal Scene. This week’s edition is sponsored by Carlsberg’s Danish Pilsner, which isn’t the best Lager in the World, it’s just a Tribute. But we digress. As