Tag: Death Angel

Interview: “Quadra” Q&A part #26 from Sepultura!

Had it not been for the Global situation in 2020, we’d have had Brazilian Metallers Sepultura upon our shores for a run of dates in June and our very own Raging Speedhorn would have been sharing a stage with them. But that’s what might have been and this is very much what is; episode #26

Interview: Gene Hoglan talks NEW supergroup project for 2021!

You might know his work from all kinds of places including Dark Angel, Death, Strapping Young Lad, Testament and Pitch Black Forecast because when it comes to Metal drumming of all flavours, Gene Hoglan aka The Atomic Clock is the master. In this new interview with Banger TV’s Daniel Dekay, he talks about new secret

Review: “Reborn” by Netherblade

Rising like a Phoenix from the ashes of Milan Metallers Blindeath during 2016, Netherblade are an Italian Thrash quintet who mean business, launching themselves with their debut single “Thieves Den” via ETN Records at the end of that year. Their debut EP “Annihilation of Self” appeared in 2018, the band channeling their instincts and sharping

Riff Police! Pull Over! #123: Megadeth Vs Death Angel!

1992 saw “Countdown To Extinction” from Megadeth land on our door mat, back when the cassette tape was still King. Some still refer to the bands then line up as the classic one of Dave Mustaine, Marty Friedman, David Ellefson and Nick Menza even though the album itself received mixed reviews, many citing a style

Riff Police! Pull Over! #117: At The Gates Vs Trivium!

The last album from Swedish Melodic Death Metallers At The Gates before an 11 year hiatus was “Slaughter of the Soul“. A landmark album, it is considered alongside works by In Flames and Dark Tranquillity as one of the cornerstones of the Gothenburg sound. Produced by Fredrik Nordström (Soilwork, Arch Enemy, Opeth) in 1995 and

Review: “Into Chaos” by From The Ruins

Formed in Reno Nevada in 2016, From The Ruins are a Thrash Metal quintet of some repute. Having torn up the West Coast with a sound which is built around the machine gun riffing of Chuck Reyome and Scott Schlingheyde, they cite influences in Death Angel, Kreator and Slayer as well as some of the melody and progressive tendencies of early 

Riff Police! Pull Over! #111: Death Angel Vs Nirvana!

July 1988 saw the release of the hilariously titled “Frolic Through The Park“, the sophomore album from San Francisco bay area Thrash Metallers Death Angel. It’s earned the band the leap to major label Geffen Records and being a more diverse album that the bands debut including a cover of “Cold Gin” by Kiss seemed

Review: “What The Dead Men Say” by Trivium

Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Josh Wilbur (Suicide Silence, KoRn, Varials) and Mastered by Ted Jensen (Death Angel, Carnifex, Megadeth), the ninth studio album from Orlando Florida’s Trivium has been a highly anticipated affair. That is in part due to the high quality output of the bands previous albums but also with guitarist and vocalist

Bootleg: “The Moth” from Death Angel!

Isn’t it great when a long established favourite band brings out a new album that defies the odds and is a step up? May 2019 saw Death Angel land “Humanicide” via Nuclear Blast and it probably earned them their place on The Bay Area Strikes Back Tour. From the Helsinki Finland stop on 10th February,

Interview: Bay Area Strikes Back Tour!

After yesterday’s shinny new single from Testament, Mark Osegueda from Death Angel and Zetro from Exodus sat down to talk about their upcoming “Bay Area Strikes Back” European Tour trek together. US fans are already demanding the trio from the Big Four subs bench bring this line-up stateside and with some new material from all three