Tag: Megadeth

Riff Police! Pull Over! #112: Sepultura Vs Megadeth!

Is it time we put the Riff Police series to bed? Hell No. There’s more tongue in cheek humor and rib tickling fun to be had at the expense of a few bands who let someone else’s guitar licks get inside their head and didn’t realize before they’d inked a track of their down with

Interview: Lamb Of God talk tips for new bands!

Continuing his guitarists heart to heart chat with Debbie Gough of Dead Hands fame, Mark Morton shares his advice for new bands in this latest interview clip from Lamb Of God. Yeah, we put the 15th Anniversary cover of “Ashes of the Wake” on this one and not the cover of the new self titled

Review: “Sagacity” by TreaTmenT

Beginning life in 2017, “Sagacity” is the result of nearly 15 years of experience. Starting out back in 2005 under the moniker HarroW and playing a mix of Metallica and Iron Maiden covers in with their own, changes in the bands line-up and chemistry created a style shift. Three years later they changed their name to

Bootleg: “Tornado Of Souls” from Megadeth!

It seems that we won’t have to wait for the next offering from Big Four Thrash Kings Megadeth with Dave Mustaine sharing a vocal recording snippet from his home studio and a few details on the song itself, which you can read more about here. Filmed from the front row in Luxembourg on 2nd February

Riff Police! Pull Over! #103: Black Sabbath Vs Megadeth!

When it comes to influence and inspiring a generation of Metal Heads, there aren’t many more influential than Black Sabbath. You only need look at the artists on the “Nativity In Black” pairing of compilation albums who play tribute to Birmingham’s finest to see what we’re talking about. A year after the departure of Ozzy

Documentary: Opposition Party discuss the Big Four!

Starting a podcast series seems like the thing to do these days and so Singapore Thrash Punks Opposition Party have done exactly that. The series is entitled “Everyday Born A Dog” with the first episode seeing the trio take apart the so called “Big Four” of Thrash Metal in a split screen chat. Their latest

Review: “What The Dead Men Say” by Trivium

Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Josh Wilbur (Suicide Silence, KoRn, Varials) and Mastered by Ted Jensen (Death Angel, Carnifex, Megadeth), the ninth studio album from Orlando Florida’s Trivium has been a highly anticipated affair. That is in part due to the high quality output of the bands previous albums but also with guitarist and vocalist

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

NEWS: Enemynside cover “Tornado Of Souls”!

Taking the original isolated drum tracks from Nick Menza and bass tracks from Dave Ellefson, Italian Thrash act Enemynside have recorded a cover of the classic “Tornado Of Souls” by Megadeth. We reviewed their Rockshots Records album “Chaos Machine” back in October and it’s an absolute beast, steeped in the history of the genre.

Review: “We Die As We Live” by Suffer No Fools

Hailing from Ealing in Hertfordshire, DIY quartet Suffer No Fools have been playing together since 2016, releasing a string of live performances, a covers EP and their debut album “Songs For The Restless Youth” in that time. Citing influences in the likes of Metallica, Killswitch Engage and Trivium, vocalist and guitarist Ali Khan, bassist Alex