Tag: Metallica

Review: “Rebirth” by Eulogy

Hailing from Cardiff, Eulogy have been making a name for themselves since 2017 with EPs “Back to Life” and “Memento Mori“, the latter surpassing 1 million Spotify streams, as well as reaching the finals of Metal 2 The Masses in 2022 with their down-tuned riffs and rousing choruses. Turning their attention away from their live

Review: “Snake Oil” by King Abyss

There can be no hiding from the fact that we use phrases like “highly anticipated” far too often than we probably should and arguably that’s to the detriment of some records with some members of Joe Public simply brushing the phase off as “media hype“. The truth is that when it comes to the debut

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

Seeing as Metallica have a new single out, a new album on the way and a World tour playing the same venues on back to back nights with completely different sets and different support, we figured it was the right time to put head to head a pair of covers from the Black album era.

Review: “The Final Plague” by Death Reich

Back in 2018 a crack commando unit escaped from a military prison and the seasoned veterans formed Death Reich with a desire to play American old school Scott Burns era Death Metal and recorded a demo that never saw the cold light of day. Changing direction to write faster, straight forward and more brutal Death

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

Bootleg: Trendkill Inc at Woodstock!

Ah, the classic in store performance. How they used to excite with the possibility of bands like The Dillinger Escape Plan threatening to destroy everything in the building. These days things are a little tamer and so Brazilian Melodic Trash act Trendkill Inc have shared a cover of “Wherever I May Roam” by Metallica alongside “Sharpshooter”

Review: “In Darkness Alone” by Scars of the Flesh

Some two years in the waiting, the third studio album from San Antonio Texas Melodic Blackened Death Metal scribes Scars Of The Flesh finds them once again armed for the apocalypse but this time with some new weapons of mass destruction. Originally formed in 2014 by guitarists Bryan Eckermann (Solo Artist, ex-Wings of Abaddon) and

Review: “Live At Summer Breeze” by Lionheart

Regulars on the European tour circuit, the return of Oakland Californian’s Lionheart after less than a year of disbanding in 2017 with the triumphant “Welcome To The West Coast II” simply because they missed it so much that they couldn’t not do it has been something to smile about ever since. Rob Watson, Walle Etzel,

Bootleg: “Behold The Below” from Scars Of The Flesh!

Ahead of the release of their upcoming new album “In Darkness Alone” which just so happens to be available for pre-order over at bandcamp, a retooled and rejuvenated Scars Of The Flesh have been caught on camera at The Rock Box in San Antonio Texas. From their set on 24th October here’s “Behold The Below”

NEWS: Scars Of The Flesh unveil Behemoth cover!

Now comprising guitarists Bryan Eckermann (Solo Artist, ex-Wings of Abaddon), Derek Russell, vocalist Kobey Lange (Cerebral Desecration, ex-Wings of Abaddon), Collyn Rios (Cerebral Desecration, Black Jackal) on drums, and Robert O’Briant (The Hanged Man’s Curse, ex-Wings of Abaddon) on bass, a reanimated Scars of the Flesh are set to release their third album “In Darkness Alone”