Tag: Metallica

Review: “River of Lies” by Guilt Trip

Manchester. The home of Slam, Rebellion and Satan’s Hollow. It’s also where BDHW Records picked up Guilt Trip on a street corner on a wet Wednesday night and took them on a journey. Vocalist Jay Valentine, drummer Tom Aimson, bassist Bradley Hall and guitarist duo Jak Maden and Nick Clark signed up for the follow

NEWS: BATS make the call!

Our review of BATS new album “Alter Nature”, their first in 7 long years appeared on Sunday with the album being released on 10th October. The avant garde alternative Metallers have given their pre-order campaign a push with the release of a music video for single “The Call Of The Cthulhu”. A “Ride The Lightning”

Bootleg: A pair from Metallica in Czech Republic!

…with the news that Metallica frontman James Hetfield will enter rehab for addiction issues earlier this week came the news that their planned Australian and New Zealand tour with Slipknot has been cancelled. So for our friends down under, here’s “Frantic” and “Creeping Death” culled from the bands set in Letnany Praha Czech Republic on

Documentary: Things That Annoy Metalheads?!

Why do you like Metal? Doesn’t it all sound the same? How do you relate to that screamy music? Why do you always wear black? Metallica are the only Metal band I know… Who do you listen to? These are amongst the annoyances for Metal fans created by people who don’t like Metal. Canadian Black

NEWS: Kerrang Pick 50!

A decent read, Kerrang Magazine have published their 50 Best Openers in Metal a couple of days back. The list covers a multitude of bands with as you might expect “Blind” by KoRn, “Ruin” by Lamb Of God and “Refuse/Resist” by Sepultura all making an appearance. Not sure why Slayer and Metallica get a pair

Review: “The Nothing” by KoRn

The 13th studio album from Bakersfield California Nu-Metal pioneers KoRn titled “The Nothing” was produced by Nick Raskulinecz who handled the role for 2016’s “The House of Suffering” as well as albums from Trivium and Deftones. Said to have been inspired by the villain from “The Neverending Story”, a Supernatural force of destruction spawned from

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

Review: “Old Stardust, Love, and Chaos” by Juliet Ruin

Edmonton, capital of Canada’s Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River and is home to Juliet Ruin. Comprising Kent Geislinger with Guitars and Vocals, Jesse Bauman with Drums, Jess Ruin with Lead Vocals, Wesley Rands with Guitars and Cody Reid with Bass and Backing Vocals, the band have dabbled with low tuned 7 string

NEWS: Ahdy Khairat Vs Metallica!

A classic remixed and remastered by a master. Ahdy Khairat has taken “For Whom The Bell Tolls” from “Ride The Lightning”, arguably the second best album from Thrash titans Metallica and given it the full modernization bringing the tune screaming into 2019. He needs to be pestered into doing the same with “Fistful of Metal”

Review: “A Different Shade Of Blue” by Knocked Loose

Oldham County Kentucky Metallic Hardcore crew Knocked Loose have been on a stratospheric rise over the last couple of years touring the Globe several times over following the huge success of 2016’s “Laugh Tracks”. Having issued a three track EP including new song “Mistakes Like Fractures” from photographed recording sessions with the legendary Will Putney