Tag: Metallica

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”

NEWS: Scars Of The Flesh announce “In Darkness Alone”!

Introducing Collyn Rios (Cerebral Desecration, Black Jackal) on drums and Robert O’Briant (The Hanged Man’s Curse, ex-Wings of Abaddon) on bass with their recording debuts in the group, San Antonio Texas Melodic Blackened Death Metal crew Scars Of The Flesh have shared a first single in “The Hooded One” from a new album titled “In

Review: “Be The Fire And Wish For The Wind” by Toxicon

Formed in 2014 with roots that go back to 2012 Australian Metallers Toxicon self describe as a “Hybrid Metal” act who like to experiment with Thrash, Nu-Metal, Progressive and Alternative Metal in forging their sound. The quintet were liberated by the release of their debut album “Purge” in 2016 and after a couple of tour

Review: “20th Centuries Gone” by Spirit Adrift

“I always thought it would be a cool experience to record some songs by bands that are foundational to the DNA of Spirit Adrift. These choices are obvious and on the nose to me, but maybe unexpected to the fans. That made the whole thing a lot of fun. A band like Lynyrd Skynyrd might

Review: “Self Titled” by Imperium

Growing up with Thrash and Heavy Metal from the pre-2000’s era, vocalist Ben Porter, lead guitarist Hardip Sagoo, drummer James Hawes, bassist Rapha Comes and rhythm guitarist Scott Lomas formed Imperium and dropped their first single in two years ago, beginning a journey that will take them to Bloodstock Open Air Festival in August as