Tag: Led Zeppelin

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

If it wasn’t for how well the mix tape went down with audiences in Guardians of the Galaxy, would “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin have even appeared in Thor: Ragnarok? That one remains up for debate but one thing is for certain, the film wouldn’t be half as good without it. They’re a perfect match, 

Riff Police! Pull Over! #146: Ruina Vs Led Zeppelin!

Oh how the mighty have fallen. Jimmy Page sold his soul to Puff Daddy so that he could have a big hit with “Come With Me” which appeared on the “Godzilla” movie soundtrack back in 1998 by getting together with an Orchestra and handing over the riff from “Kashmir” by his band Led Zeppelin. He

Review: “Reluctant Hero” by Killer Be Killed

How often do we use the words “highly anticipated” and “supergroup” in the current era of Metal? It has been six long years since 2014’s self titled debut from Killer Be Killed, a band which features Greg Puciato on vocals and guitars, formerly of The Dillinger Escape Plan and currently in The Black Queen, Max

Riff Police! Pull Over! #130: Siamese Vs Led Zeppelin!

Formed in Copenhagen Denmark in 2011, we didn’t come across the brilliance that is Siamese until Tech-Fest in 2018. They took the stage as an unknown entity to us and as is part of the joy of a festival, by the time they left the stage, we were won over. Mashing up their own songs

Review: “Hard To Kill” by Raging Speedhorn

The return of Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn following their 20th Anniversary original line up show at Camden Electric Ballroom has been a celebration of all things Metal. A new line up has brought fresh impetus and there have been a wealth of shows prior to this highly anticipated new album. So who is in the

Review: “Buried Alive” by Hole Dug Deep

Recorded at Soundhouse Studio in Seattle, Washington with Mikel Perkins (Windhand, Maklak, Hissing) on production duties and mastering by Chris Hanzsek (Melvins, Soundgarden) at Hanzsek Audio in Snohomish Washington, “Buried Alive” is an album that sees Hole Dug Deep in a philosophical mood, the band look at the world through the eyes of a dark

Review: “Self Titled” EP by Cucaracha

Citing influences in Clutch and Kyuss, South West Stoner Metal trio Dan Pickering (Guitar and Vocals), Jamie Lee (Bass) and Max Galvin (Drums) joined forces under the moniker Cucaracha to create Southern sounds to drink bourbon to. A helping hand from Jim Saunders who Mixed and Mastered their debut EP so they can take their

Under The Influence #45: Suffer No Fools on “Meliora” by Ghost

These days credited as a solo project of Swedish singer songwriter Tobias Forge, who performs under the names Papa Emeritus and Cardinal Copia, Ghost recorded their third studio album “Meliora” back in 2015 with the title from the Latin for “the pursuit of something better“. It won a pair of Grammy Awards for both it’s lead

Review: “Nemesis” EP by Ruina

Following their May 2019 single “Bad Faith“, Bedfordshire Metallic Hardcore quintet Ruina have resurfaced starting a new chapter with not only a single in the form of “Sickness Forever” which has already clocked up 5000 streams but also a fully fledged EP. That has appeared just 14 days after the bands live debut as they

Review: “Lair” by VOVK

Hailing from Kyiv Ukraine and creating a blend of Post-Hardcore, Stoner and Progressive Rock are VOVK. They recorded their debut album “Lair” with Vadyk Lazariev at Lipky Zvukozapys studio in Kyiv. Mastering was performed by John Davis (Led Zeppelin, Foals, Florence and The Machine). It’s a concept album of sorts with each song reflecting the