Tag: Guns n’ Roses

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Negative Creep #2!

When will anything from Tura Satana appear on Spotify? We can’t answer that one. The Los Angeles based band who released a pair of records in 1996’s “All Is Not Well” and 1997’s “Relief Through Release” are ironically just as well known posthumously as they were when they were active due to vocalist Tairrie B

Riff Police! Pull Over! #118: Vesuvian Vs Avenged Sevenfold!

The number of times Avenged Sevenfold have been in the dock as both the offenders and the offended against is getting stupid at this point, their “Hail To The King” practically a tribute to Metallica from start to finish. But we digress. It’s actually “Waking The Fallen” by Avenged Sevenfold that is an album which

Bootleg: The Dillinger Escape Plan in Cleveland Ohio!

Featuring a line up of Dimitri Minakakis (vocals), Ben Weinman (lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Brian Benoit (rhythm guitar), Jeff Wood (bass) and Chris Pennie (drums, percussion, keyboards), here’s a full set from The Dillinger Escape Plan in Cleveland Ohio on 5th July. This was The “Calculating Infinity” Tour and the set includes “Sugar Coated

Review: “Life In The City” by Demise Of The Crown

Montreal Quebec Canada residents Demise of the Crown recorded their self-titled debut album in early 2015 at Uplift studios with Slaves on Dope guitarist Kevin Jardine guitarist. A combination of Metal styles that seamlessly cross the decade before it’s writing with a modern edge and classic roots it’s a fine piece of work. This time

NEWS: Gwar it be a cold December…

As ever, Gwar continue with the puns and this time out it will be “Use Your Collusion” across Europe with Vovoid and Childrain in December. That of course being a take on the classic Guns ‘n Roses album title “Use Your Illusion”. But you knew that already, right? 11/30 – Manchester, Club Academy 12/01 –

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Creedence!

There are many fans who would argue that the Die Hard saga died after the trilogy and that “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival playing during credits at the end of Die Hard 4.0 was the highlight of the film… Harsh? Possibly. But we still can’t bring ourselves to watch the fifth installment of the

Review: “Necessary Evil” EP by 25th Mission

There is a lot of talent in Long Island New York. Retro Metal quartet 25th Mission who have a love for Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath and Metallica up to and including “And Justice For All” are comprised of drummer James Baldasano, bassist Vinney Carollo, guitarist Pat Picarsic and vocalist Mikey Deyhley. Having started out

Review: “Dark Tranquillity” by Threering

A duo hailing from Las Vegas Nevada, Threering have been creating music together in various other bands since the early 1990’s before releasing their first album in 2015. Now onto their fourth release in “Dark Tranquillity” they wear their influences on their sleeves and we’re lucky enough to record the debut “Diagram for Self Destruction”