Tag: Hellyeah

NEWS: Slaughter To Prevail go “Dig”?

Perhaps a really obvious choice for a Deathcore cover, Slaughter To Prevail frontman Alex Terrible has put his throat to “Dig” by Mudvayne, which is exactly the kind of track that is just begging for heavier rendition. Here’s the thing. The timing is really interesting with rumours circulating like vultures that the band who haven’t

Throwback: “Dead Man Walking” from Bloodsimple.!

The average life span of most bands might be just 3 records but some achieve more in those 3 than others achieve in a career 10 times as long. One such band, who burned out rather than fading away was Bloodsimple; the quartet of Vision of Disorder frontman Tim Williams and guitarist Mike Kennedy alongside the

Throwback: “Sweet Oblivion” by The Deadlights!

Back in the year 2000 Long Beach California Nu-Metal outfit The Deadlights were a regular on the second stage at the Ozzfest annual festival tour and appeared with the likes of Kittie, Disturbed, Slaves on Dope and Primer55, their self titled debut album landing via Elektra Entertainment the February before hand. Taking their name from

Bootleg: The Deadlights in Mansfield!

Another blast from the past courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive sees this VHS transfer brought back to life for us to enjoy 20 years after the fact. A full set from Long Beach California Alternative Metallers The Deadlights on the second stage at the travelling carnival that was Ozzfest back in the year 2000, this

Bootleg: Mudvayne in New Jersey!

Filmed at Old Bridge in New Jersey on 18th September 2000 at the Birch Hill Nite Club, here’s a full set from Mudvayne courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive. It’s a second generation tape transfer from the bands “L.D. 50” era which has reached its 20th Anniversary this year and includes “Dig“, “Death Blooms” and “Under

Review: “Making Noise, Living Fast” by HellgardeN

Brazilian Thrash act HellgardeN started as members Caick Gabriel (guitars) and Matheus Barreiros (drums), who have been playing together on own projects since they were 11 or 12 years old, joining forces later with another friend from the local scene in Diego Pascuci (Vocals) later on in 2015. This was the beginning of what would

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

What are the chances of Mudvayne reuniting and returning to the stage in 2020 with August marking the 20th Anniversary of their seminal debut album “L.D. 50”? When you have the now Hellyeah frontman Chad Gray making comments like these anything is possible. Especially when his guitarist and former Nothingface man Tom Maxwell says that

Review: “Necrophaze” by Wednesday 13

Technically studio album number eight for Wednesday 13, if you’re not counting any of the Murderdolls, Gunfire 76, Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13 or Bourbon Crow output, “Necrophaze” sees a cast of collaborators and co-conspirators join the blood drive. The band itself comprises vocalist Wednesday 13, guitarists Roman Surman and Jack Tankersley, bassist Troy

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

…with each and every passing year their are rumours of much loved bands getting back together for a show or an album or more and sometimes it happens, like in the case of Eighteen Visions who not only came back but did so in style. But more often than not, with various members having either

NEWS: Wednesday 13 enter the “Necrophaze”!

Produced by DevilDriver guitarist Mike Spreitzer and featuring a guest list of Alice Cooper, Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil, Alexi Laiho of Children Of Bodom, Jeff  Clayton of ANTiSEEN and GG Allin’s The Murder Junkies fame and well as Roy Mayorga of Stone Sour, Hellyeah fame, Wednesday 13 have set a date of 27th September to open the casket on the “Necrophaze”