Tag: Judas Priest

Review: “Scorched Realm” by Glacial Coffin

Almost three years after the quest for the legendary cursed blade of a night tyrant began with 2019’s “Of Snow And Blood“, the return of the Scandinavian influenced Baton Rouge Louisiana based Melodic Blackened Death Metal Glacial Coffin with sophomore album “Scorched Realm” is an intriguing one. Not least because the line up that created

Review: “Aces Wild” by Sadistic Force

After two well received EPs in “Pain, Sex, and Rapture” and “Blood Moon Sadism” (the later being mastered by Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust) released in January and February this year, Austin Texas Blackened Thrash trio Sadistic Force have decided to go all out and release a full debut album in “Aces Wild” and end

Riff Police! Pull Over! #142: Judas Priest Vs Gamma Ray!

Arguably the album that kick started the Metal glory days in the 1980’s was “British Steel” by Judas Priest, with huge singles “Living After Midnight” and “Breaking The Law“. Recorded at Tittenhurst Park, the home of former Beatle drummer Ringo Starr, it remains one of just three of their albums to be played live in

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

Riff Police! Pull Over! #135: Judas Priest Vs Revocation!

Back in August 2011 American Technical Death Metallers Revocation came out to play with “Chaos of Forms“, which had been recorded at Damage Studios in Southbridge, Massachusetts with Producer Peter Rutcho. Their third studio record and the last album to feature their original bass player, Anthony Buda it also marks the first album to feature guitarist

Review: “The Omega Man” by Divine Weep

5 years have passed since 2015’s critically acclaimed “Tears of the Ages” from Divine Weep. Originally starting out life as a Black Metal band back in 1995, they evolved with long periods of inactivity to take influence from bands like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest and with new members in the fold recorded a debut

Bootleg: Headbangers Union Festival #2 from Psychosane!

Returning with part #2 of their set from Headbangers Union Festival on 15th February 2020, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil Thrash Metal quartet Psychosane land “Purgatory” while coming back around with a cover of “Burn In Hell” by Judas Priest. If you missed it, the band dropped EP “Laws of Aggression” a little bit ago…