Tag: Megadeth

NEWS: Nuclear Power Trio unleash “Nyetflix and Chill”!

It seems that “A Clear And Present Rager” wasn’t a one off but a warning shot with the announcement that the Nuclear Power Trio are set to return with a sophomore release titled “Wet Ass Plutonium“. A myriad of guests have been announced with guitar solos from Chris Broderick (In Flames, Megadeth), Ben Ellis (Scar

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

It’s been a while since we faced off a pair of so called “Big Four” classic covers so… How about some Megadeth? Let’s face it, there are classic Metal anthems and then there is “Symphony of Destruction“. Instantly recognisable and a fine example of a song that you could say is the very definition of

Review: “Khaos Divine” by Temtris

A tale of a dark and troubled dystopian city where a new world order has taken hold of the population with the offer of a chance to live an almost eternal life but at the cost of freedom is the concept that forms the narrative behind the seventh album “Khaos Divine” from Australians Temtris. Introducing

Review: “Metal Constructions VII​” by Marauder

A twelve track semi conceptual opus is the promise from Greek Traditional Heavy Metal purveyors Marauder for “Metal Constructions VII​” a band long known for their indulgences in both Speed and Power Metal. Tackling themes of hardship and despair in a testament to the deep-seated powers of Man to weather the oncoming storms and rise

Review: “Ex Nihilo” by Anzillu

Recorded and mixed by Nino Laurenne (Amorphis, Ensiferum, Wintersun) at Sonic Pump Studios and mastered by Svante Forsback (Volbeat, Soulfly, Kalmah) at Chartmakers “Ex Nihilo” marks the debut offering to the Metal Gods from Finnish Extreme Metal act Anzillu. Formed in 2019 by guitarist Jesse Kämäräinen following the breakup of his previous band, this new

NEWS: Tonic Breed throw their bullets in the fire!

Norwegian Thrash project Tonic Breed have unleashed a music video for the title track of last summers EP “Fuel The Fire” which finds mastermind Patrik K. Svendsen joined by Megadeth and ex-Soilwork drummer Dirk Verbeuren and Bernt Jansen of Artch and Wig Wam fame. Having originally established their name in 2006 the band abruptly disbanded

Interview: In Flames talk “Foregone” with Ola Englund!

As Swedish Melodic Death Metal pioneers In Flames have a new album on the way in “Foregone“, guitarist Bjorn Gelotte is the latest in the chair alongside Ola Englund for coffee. The bands 14th album in all will appear via Nuclear Blast on 10th February and it has already seen four singles land. It is

Review: “Singin’ in the Pain” by Necrodeath

A growing concern since 1984, Italian Blackened Thrash Metal act Necrodeath have been ploughing the fields and scattering the ashes of their victims with fourteen prior convictions in album form before “Singin’ in the Pain” was even a twinkling in their collective eyes or a migraine on their thoughts. Their first two albums in 1987’s “Into

Review: “Tyrannicide” by Asylum

It has been six long years since the last confession from Brisbane Australian Thrash Metal act Asylum, who rose to prominence with a pair of EPs in 2013’s “Slaughterhouse” and 2016’s “Concealed Death“, escaping the trappings of their homeland to attend True Thrashfest in Japan in 2017. Both of those records were well received but

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

Nancy Sinatra may have worn the boots but she can’t have known that after having had such a huge hit in 1966 with the song “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” written by American Country and Pop singer Lee Hazlewood that there would have been so many covers of the cut floating around 56 years