Tag: Master Of Puppets

Review: “My Last Words” by Threering

Las Vegas Nevada duo Threering have been nothing if not prolific writers of late. Drummer Phillip Howell alongside guitarist and vocalist Adam Doxtater put out their fourth studio album “Dark Tranquility” in October 2018, standalone double A side single “Hell Is For Children” in April 2019 and have now returned with their fifth studio album

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

We’re going to nail our colours firmly to the mast and admit that for us at Metal Noise, the firm winner by a length when it comes to our favourite Metallica album is “Master Of Puppets“. If a non Metalhead asked that age old question “Who are Metallica?” or even “What is Metal music?”, the

Review: “Piranha or Whale?” EP by Dehydrated

Having delayed the release of “Piranha or Whale?” in order to record “something special”, we’ve had to wait a couple of weeks to review the latest offering from Tomsk Serbian female fronted Death Metallers Dehydrated. They’ve been around for the past 5 years with a trio of albums (2010’s “Duality of Existence”, 2012’s “Zone Beneath

Riff Police! Pull Over! #66: Hammerhands Vs Metallica!

It has to be said. There are people out there who absolutely despise “The Black Album” from Metallica. They see it as the beginning of the end. They say it’s not “Master Of Puppets” and frankly they’re right. But one person who stands by the album is Slayer guitarist Kerry King. Back in 2016, he

NEWS: “The Thing That Should Not Be” by Metallica, Remastered!

Ahdy Khairat has continued his fine work with a remix and remaster job on “The Thing That Should Not Be” by Metallica. The song is taken from the Metal Masters stone wall classic “Master of Puppets” and sees Khairat bring the song into the present day using modern techniques. It’s rare that we would carry

Review: “Devouring Radiant Light” by Skeletonwitch

It might not seem possible but Athens, Ohio extreme metallers Skeletonwitch have been on the scene for 15 years, though only guitar duo Nate Garnette & Scott Hedrick remain from the original incarnation of the band. The latest set of changes has seen the vocal position filled by Adam Clemans, who while perhaps is best known

Riff Police! Pull Over! #16: Metallica Vs Mastodon!

Keeping with this week’s general Thrash Metal vibe, it’s time to bring some Metallica to the table. If anyone asked us “What’s Metal?” the answer is simple. A copy of Metallica’s 1986 album “Master of Puppets” would be passed over fairly quickly. It’s a stone wall classic album, highly influential and full of great Thrash