Tag: Megadeth

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

Review: “Fuel the Fire” by Tonic Breed

“The re-branding of Tonic Breed came to life after the lineup was divided. All the other previous band members started their new band projects, but I had not that same momentum going on at the time. I did not then, or have never since, considered making this a full band again to play live shows

NEWS: Generation Kill bring out the evil in you!

One of the finer points of “MKUltra” by Generation Kill just so happens to be “Evil Eye” which sees them joined by former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland. So the ideal choice then for a music video directed by Wacy Jahn? Blood Blast Distribution, the imprint label of Nuclear Blast think so and now that Rob

Review: “Revelations” by Doubting Thompson

It’s been a whirlwind five years for multi instrumentalist Jeff Thompson (vocals, bass, guitars, drums) as he has brought to the King’s table a trio of EPs under the moniker Doubting Thompson that have culminated in the career milestone of joining the Sliptrick Records roster alongside the likes of Bury The Kingdom and Bleed Again.

NEWS: Lamb Of God and Megadeth wake up… dead!

It’s always something of a curiousity when a band record a cover and then get the original artist to make a guest appearance on the new version, almost as if it’s not a cover at all. But Lamb Of God have recorded a version of the Megadeth classic “Wake Up Dead” which sees vocals from

Review: “In The Throes” by Whipworm

What started as a solo project by Los Angeles California based multi instrumentalist Travis Weinand (Titan, Burden, Tetsuo) became more than the sum of its parts when he was joined by drummer Dave Ferrara (ex-Cemetery) and the pair were able to re-animate some of Weinand’s deadliest dreams. Inspired by a plethora of Death Thrash acts that

Bootleg: Three from Megadeth in Indiana!

Filmed at the Deer Creek music center in Noblesville Indiana on 18th September, here’s Megadeth performing a trio of classics in “The Threat Is Real“, “She Wolf” and “Trust“. The Big Four of Thrash legends have been announced for Download Festival next summer alongside a huge array of bands including The Ghost Inside, Sepultura and

Review: “The Curse” by Snakeblade

Initially a one man Black Metal project with Power Metal leanings from Vancouver Canada masterminded by multi instrumentalist Mike Redston when last years debut album “The Kingdom” inspired by the fantasy of Lord of the Rings, The Witcher, Metal Gear Solid and Dungeons and Dragons surfaced, Snakeblade has begun an evolution into the realms of Blackened Thrash with

NEWS: God Syndrome play Amon Amarth!

…with one guitar and keys pre-recorded and the remainder done in one take, Russian Death Metal brutes God Syndrome have sharpened their axes and dropped a performance of “Deceiver Of The Gods” by Amon Amarth as they celebrate a decade of destruction having formed in 2011. The band are no strangers to a cover having