Tag: Machine Head

Bootleg: Sacred Reich at Brutal Assault 24!

It’s fantastic to see former Machine Head drummer Dave McClain back on the kit and reunited with Sacred Reich. When they unleashed a new album in “Awakening” and hit the road in some style, 12 years after their previous effort. From their set at last summer’s Brutal Assault, here’s “Divine & Conquer“, “Manifest Reality” and

Listmania: The 10 Worst Albums By 10 Brilliant Bands..?

Louder.com have put together “The 10 Worst Albums By 10 Brilliant Bands” which is an interesting read as some of these may actually be fans guilty pleasures. Take “Diablous In Musica” by Slayer as a prime example. Who doesn’t like “Stain Of Mind“? “Psychosocial” from “All Hope Is Gone” by Slipknot is a banger and

Bootleg: Machine Head in Chicago 2000!

Back in the year 2000, “The Burning Red” from Machine Head received a mixed bag of reviews but has aged well, unlike the album that followed it. Filmed at The Metro in Chicago Illinois on 20th February 2000, here’s a full set from the band before they did the “evening with” shows, Primer 55 and

Review: “Path To Immortality” by Voices Of Ruin

Releasing three albums in a decade on the scene might not seem like that much but with each installment, Anaheim Californian quintet Voices Of Ruin have upped their game. This time out they have spared no expense and worked with Machine Head, Soulfy and Once Human guitarist Logan Mader (Gojira, SepticFlesh), who produced the album

NEWS: Voices Of Ruin debut “Reach Toward The Sky”!

Produced by Machine Head and Once Human guitarist Logan Mader (Gojira, Septicflesh), “Path To Immortality”, the third studio album from Melodic Death Metallers Voices Of Ruin, which features cover artwork by Par Olofsson (Exodus, Immortal, Revocation) will be released tomorrow, 15th May. To celebrate, the band are now streaming “Reach Toward The Sky“, with “Carved Out“, “The Undoing” and “I

Under The Influence #46: Ruina on “Venom” by Bullet For My Valentine!

After the mixed bag of “Temper Temper“, Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine had expressed the desire to return to something heavier with their 2015 fifth studio album “Venom“. The departure of bassist Jay James prior to the recording left guitarist and vocalist Matt Tuck to play the bass parts, despite James replacement Jamie Mathias

Bootleg: Voices of Ruin in Santa Ana!

Pro-shot in twin cam style here’s a full set from Voices Of Ruin at RuinFest at Malone’s Bar in Santa Ana California on 15th December 2018. The show is built around the bands 2015 album “Born From The Dark“, which combines Gothenburg Melodic Death Metal with West Coast Thrash. Five years on, 15th May will

NEWS: Wolfpack drop the classic cover!

Parisians Hardcore act Wolfpack aren’t a purist band, regularly crunching the Metal gears with old school roots. Their March released EP “A.D.” via BDHW Records is an absolute belter and if that wasn’t enough, they’ve taken the Machine Head logo and put their own stamp on it with a ripper of a cover of the

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Feel The Darkness!

It’s time to return to Portland, Oregon’s Poison Idea, who have to be one of the most influential and underrated Hardcore Punk bands in the history of the genre. Inspired by Black Flag and Discharge and called “an ugly band for ugly people“, their 1990 third studio album “Feel The Darkness” is one that has been sighted