Tag: Lamb of God

Review: “Before” by Obsidian

Labeling themselves as a Progressive Metalcore act that “embraces many influences, from post-hardcore to ambient, DJent or progressive scenes and merges them into one defined style“, Nantes France quartet Obsidian (meaning a hard, dark, glasslike volcanic rock formed by the rapid solidification of lava without crystallization) recorded and mixed their debut album “Before”  at Brown Bear

Review: “Two Minds” by Old Selves

“‘Two Minds is a story about Old Selves and the minds of the people we share the world with. We strived to make Two Minds be made up of pounding, emotion triggering and straight up head-bang-worthy tunes that evidence the development and growing strength of this band, but also the universal times that we all

Bootleg: Soul Dragger take on Iron Maiden!

Having already set the bar high with covers of songs by Lamb Of God and Slayer, Italian Thrash n’ Heavy act from Rome Soul Dragger have returned to the rehearsal space for a rendition of “The Wickerman” by Iron Maiden with only drummer Flavio “Imperatore” Leone in an actual studio. Probably not the future the

Review: “The Sins of Our Fathers” by Mud Factory

A Groove laden Death Metal band from Vranje in Serbia who were founded in 2012 and who have plotted their course across a pair of EPs in 2013’s “Born For Doom” and 2015’s “Project Extinction” to their debut full length “The Sins of Our Fathers”, Mud Factory have put themselves on a pedestal as ones

Review: “Ash & Nails” by BruteAllies

The uncompromising Metal scene in Manchester has been home to Thrash infused Technical Death Metallers BruteAllies since 2018, a band known for their lyrical ferocity, razor sharp twin guitar attack and artillery shelling percussive battery, citing influences in Testament, Decapitated and Carcass to name but a few. Sharing stages at shows and festivals with the

Bootleg: Soul Dragger cover Lamb Of God!

Last month saw Italian stallions Soul Dragger drop a rehearsal style cover of “Season In The Abyss” by Slayer and now the Rome natives are back with their take on “Momento Mori” by Lamb Of God. They’re joined by Eshuna vocalist Beatrix “NeroCremisi” Scarlett who provided the screaming vocal sections. If you missed it, the

Review: “The Blindness of Faith” by In Malice’s Wake

Returning with their fifth album since their 2008 debut “Eternal Nightfall“, Shaun Farrugia (Vocals and Guitars), Leigh Bartley (Lead Guitars), Karl Watterson (Bass) and Mark Farrugia (Drums) are considered veterans of a Melbourne Australia Metal scene that has given us a wealth of bands over that time. Their band In Malice’s Wake is renowned for

Under The Influence #72: Chapfallen on “Sacrament” by Lamb of God!

By the time 2006’s fifth studio record “Sacrament” arrived from Lamb Of God, the Richmond Virginia quintet were on the crest of a wave. Their growing reputation had been cemented by their highly critically acclaimed first major label release “Ashes of the Wake“, which to this day has their best sales figures, going gold in

NEWS: BruteAllies enter the “Battlefield”!

Hailing from Manchester, BruteAllies are a quintet infusing Thrash with fierce Technical Death Metal with a debut record in “Ash and Nails” out via Wormholedeath Records on 27th November 2020. They’ve dropped war themed lyric video for new song “Battlefield” for your viewing pleasure and if you missed it, earlier in the summer they did a