Tag: Hazzerd

Review: “Close Encounters Of A Thrash Kind” by Bangover

“Another Sunday I’m battered and spent, So many things happened that I might regret, A weekly occurrence, what’s strange about that? But it seems like to me there’s a pain in my neck, Aches when I turn and when I look up, It feels like my necks been hit by a truck, Ears are still

Review: “Insurrection” by Helgrind

Celebrating 20 years of mayhem, underground Thrash legends Helgrind have returned from the depths of the abyss for “Insurrection“. The record comes almost a decade after its predecessor in 2011’s “Inquisition” and marks the first writing collaboration between vocalist and bassist Paula Nelson and guitarist Si Ellis as they looked to create a new record

Review: “Self Titled” by Angelus Apatrida

Formed at the turn of the century in Albacete, Spain, Angelus Apatrida are a Thrash quartet who have enjoyed sustained international recognition since their 2006 debut “Evil Unleashed” and have never looked back, inking a deal with their current label home Century Media in 2009. So in an era of Thrash resurgence with bands like

Review: “Take ‘M To The Guillotine” by Cuttermess

Sometimes it takes time to get things how you want them to be. Recorded, mixed and mastered at the highly acclaimed Hearse Studio (Aborted, Wiegedood, Cytotoxin) by a band who feature in their ranks members and former members of no less than Octahedron, I Inside, Poseydon, Capital Scum, Roll The Dice, Los Vendettaz, Push Right Back, Aguynguerran

Review: “We Are Revolution” by Thrasherwolf

Raised on a raw meat diet of legends like Onslaught, Slayer and Kreator, Daniel Lucas (Vocals/Guitar), Billy Lucas (Drums), Jack Saunders (Guitar) and Alex Mitsis (Bass) formed Thrasherwolf in 2016. The London quartet then introduced themselves to an unsuspecting World with 2018’s “Blood Moon” EP while sharpening their blades in the finest of the capital

Review: “Thrashmageddon” by Demolizer

When you have an album titled “Thrashmageddon” as a self respecting Metal Head, you should know what to expect. The resurgence in the Thrash Metal scene during recent years has been a mixed affair but bands like Havok and Hazzerd have been leading the charge with London’s Thrasherwolf waving the flag held aloft by Anthrax,

Metal Noise TV: April 2020!

So April was… Pretty much a shower free month with plenty of sunshine and everyone remaining in doors. Fortunately that didn’t stop VileGloom, Suffer No Fools and Hazzerd to name but the from dropping material and keeping us all entertained. That meant we could clock up 94 music videos for our playlist during the month. What will

Review: “V” by Havok

Denver Colorado Thrash quartet Havok are no strangers to overcoming obstacles in their path. In 2017 with their trailer loaded up for the Metal Alliance Tour, they returned from a European trek to find they had thousands of dollars of gear stolen. Two years earlier in 2015, founding lead guitarist Shawn Chavez died at just

Bootleg: “The Trooper” from Hazzerd!

Back in January, Calgary Alberta Canada Thrashers Hazzerd played a home town release show for their latest offering “Delirium” at the Dickens Pub and with friend Reed Alton of In/Vertigo and Osryon fame in the house they took a moment to pay tribute to Iron Maiden with a cover of “The Trooper“.

Bootleg: “A Tormented Reality” from Hazzerd!

Filmed at the release party for “Delirium” at The Dickens Pub in their native Calgary Alberta Canada on 24th January, here’s “A Tormented Reality” from Hazzerd. It’s one of the stand out cuts on that blistering classic Thrash album, one which Megadeth mastermind Dave Mustaine himself recommends.