In 2019 Avatar reunited with producer Jay Ruston (Stone Sour, Slipknot, Anthrax) at Sphere Studios in Los Angeles, California, where the foundation for each song on Hunter Gatherer was laid with the band performing altogether, as they’d done only once before on 2014’s “Hail the Apocalypse“. Aimed at capturing the bands live energy by allowing
The Koine Greek word ἄλογον (álogon, meaning inexplicable, irrational), is where Genova, Italian Progressive Metallers Andrea Olivieri (Vocals), Jack Repetti (Bass & Synthesizer), Damiano Logozzo (Guitar) and Francesco Schenone (Drums) found the name for their band. Citing influences in the likes of TesseracT, Devin Townsend and Monuments, the quartet have been writing music together since 2016, releasing
Growling Thunder from the Ore Mountains near Aue in Germany and released their first full length album “Destroyed & Rebuilt” at the end of October and these guys couldn’t be more different as individual musicians. Their origins vary dramatically from Rock’n’Roll to Punk, Hardcore and even Death Metal, so the bands sound orientates around chaotic
Getting in some help from equally eccentric Scottish artist Alec MacKenzie, bat sh*t crazy Italian stallions Destrage have dusted off some tour clips and pieced together a music video for “About That”. The song is taken from their razor sharp “The Chosen One” out now via Metal Blade Records and reviewed by Metal Noise.
One album that has evaded our review radar over the past couple of years has been “III: Select Difficulty Level” by Periphery. We say evaded – we should have reviewed it, it’s a 9/10 album in our eyes, one which took us to the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, London to see them with Destrage