Tag: Mastodon

NEWS: Killer Be Killed suffer night terrors!

If like us you thought that like Nailbomb before it, supergroup Killer Be Killed would only manage a single album then the news of a new record on 20th November via Nuclear Blast entitled “Reluctant Hero” must have made your day. The band who comprise Max Cavalera of Soulfly, Sepultura and Cavalera Conspiracy fame alongside Tory Sanders of Mastodon, former The Dillinger

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

NEWS: “Deconstructing Self-Destruction” with Killer Be Killed!

Six years after their debut self titled album, supergroup Killer Be Killed have announced  20th November will see their sophomore record “Reluctant Hero” arriving via Nuclear Blast. The band who comprise Max Cavalera of Soulfly, Sepultura and Cavalera Conspiracy fame alongside Tory Sanders of Mastodon, former The Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato and Ben

Riff Police! Pull Over! #111: Death Angel Vs Nirvana!

July 1988 saw the release of the hilariously titled “Frolic Through The Park“, the sophomore album from San Francisco bay area Thrash Metallers Death Angel. It’s earned the band the leap to major label Geffen Records and being a more diverse album that the bands debut including a cover of “Cold Gin” by Kiss seemed

Review: “Pitchfork Justice” by Shatter Brain

There are a few areas of the World that we lovingly refer to as hotbeds of Metal talent, one of which is Australia. Adelaide in South Australia is home to Shatter Brain, a band with a big reputation and not that much music to show for it. Tom Santamaria (Vocals), Matt Disisto (Guitar), Jack Hartley

Review: “Sleepwalker” EP by Old Bones

Formed by a trio of friends from Long Island New York who have played together in various projects over the last 20 plus years, Old Bones (Anthony Dallolio – Guitar/Vocals, Dan Walsh – Bass/Vocals and Johnny Dadabo – Guitar/Vocals) pooled their influences in Mastodon, Opeth, Gojira, Eagles of Death Metal, Devin Townsend Project and Russian Circles to

Review: “Leave The Soul For Now” by Timeworn

Timeworn have been delivering a solid mix of sludge, hardcore energy and post-metal atmosphere since 2014 and have in their ranks members from Eskatol, Summon the Crows, Blodspor and From Below. Both of their first two albums in 2014’s “Luminescent Wake” (Disiplin Media) and 2017’s “Venomous High” (Fysisk Format) were met with praise from both

Under The Influence #17: Alienator on “Houdini” by Melvins!

“Houdini” marked the major label debut for Melvins in 1993 with Atlantic Records taking advantage of the fan base they had built up with their previous Boner Records independent release “Lysol” the year before. Commercially their biggest success and arguably their most accessible release, it is also an album that has a backstory associated with

Review: “Self Titled” EP by Abstracademy

Hailing from Buenos Aires Argentina and comprising Carol Amy on bass and vocals, AJ on guitar and vocals, The Birdman on guitar and Manu Salas on drums, Abstracademy are a band who play Progressive Post Metal and released their debut, self titled EP in November 2018. Getting this underway is intrumental “Paralelo” which has guitar