14 years after their last album “God’s Skin” was released via Darwins Scars, Seinäjoki-based Finnish Metallers Mortyfear have announced a new eight track album entitled “Dystopia” for release later in 2020. Following their June single “Delete” comes “Plastic World” with Inverse Records set to handle the release. Vocalist Janne Keskitalo comments: ”Building Plastic World was an
It’s been 14 years since 2006’s “God’s Skin” landed like a meteorite on Planet Metal from Finnish Seinäjoki based Death Thrash act Mortyfear and after all that water under the bridge, they’re back. The announcement of a new album “Dystopia” for later this year via Inverse Records and a evil track from it entitled “Delete” is
It seems that we won’t have to wait for the next offering from Big Four Thrash Kings Megadeth with Dave Mustaine sharing a vocal recording snippet from his home studio and a few details on the song itself, which you can read more about here. Filmed from the front row in Luxembourg on 2nd February
Starting 12th June, Megadeth and Lamb of God are scheduled to start a massive 55-date co-headlining tour across North America with special guests Trivium and In Flames and as two of those bands have new albums releasing between now and then, it could well be the Metal tour of the year. In the meantime, “Tornado Of
When asked for your favourite Megadeth song, what would you pick? Rich back catalogue without any doubt. Most fans wouldn’t go for anything from “Dystopia” as brilliant as an album as it is, simply because it’s too new. For us, it has to be the song that got us into the band, with it’s evil
While we’re on the subject of Thrash, here’s a full Pro-Shot set from Megadeth at the SSE Arena in London England on 31st January 2020! It had seemed for a while that Dave Mustaine might have to cancel the shows due to a battle with Cancer but fortunately, everything seems to have turned out fine.
So Megadeth joining the likes of Kiss and Yes in launching their own Metal Cruise so they can go “Thrashing Through The Pacific” in 2019. According to some recent statements the band are highly likely to be releasing a follow up to 2016’s “Dystopia” next year, through whether it will see the light of day