Tag: Motorhead

NEWS: Devastator punch with an Iron Fist!

A month after single “Liar In Wait” premiered Derbyshire Blackened Thrash outfit Devastator have shared a performance of the Motörhead classic “Iron Fist” cut from their set at Fortress Festival 2023 in Scarborough earlier this month. Mixed and Mastered by bassist and vocalist Nachtghul, it finds the band building on their critically acclaimed 2020 Clobber

Review: “Nightmare” by Aleister

Originally formed way back in 1987 in the East of France, Old School Thrash Metal quartet Aleister hung up their boots in 1997 having released six demos on tape and a debut album in “Tribal Tech” in 1994. After more than 20 years of silence the original rhythm section of drummer Eric “Neon” Fleury (ex-WorMachine,

The Black Map #227: Mortal Chains from Durham!

After two weeks in University Cities that share a boat race that captivates a certain percentage of the populious for 20 minutes every year, we head North to Durham for this weeks entry in our Black Map. A feature that acts as a siren, calling those sailing the seven seas of Metal to some of

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

The last single featuring the classic Motörhead line-up of Lemmy, “Fast” Eddie Clarke and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor, as Clarke left following the recording of the “Stand By Your Man” EP, a collaboration with the Plasmatics, “Iron Fist” has to be one of the British heavy metal highlights of 1982. Covered by many, feared by

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

NEWS: Mortal Chains celebrate Motorhead!

Recorded with Neil Combstock at Rocking Horse Studios in Durham during the sessions for their self titled EP, purveyors of Death n’ Thrash Metal influenced shenanigans Mortal Chains have premiered a new single titled “Go to Your Grave“. Inspired by and in tribute Motorhead and the much missed Lemmy Kilmister it celebrates the 45th anniversary of

NEWS: Exhorder find love in sacrifice?

The Law makers Exhorder are the latest to throw at us a music video for a performance of a cut from the compilation “Love Me Forever“, an A List celebrity tribute to Motorhead with their rendition of “Sacrifice“. Curated by the organisers of Psycho Las Vegas and with vinyl editions available for pre-order here, the

NEWS: Creeping Death take on “In The Name Of Tragedy”!

Including renditions by Exhorder, High On Fire, Eyehategod and a myriad of other legends, a new compilation album is on the way titled “Löve Me Förever: A Tribute To Motörhead“. Recorded during last year’s Psycho Las Vegas as a tribute to the patron saint of the event, the late great Lemmy Kilmister it will appear

Playthrough: “Fear Doubles The Blast” from Kalahari!

Armed for the Apocalypse with a pair of seven string guitars in B standard tuning, Gino and Gabri from Kalahari playthrough the riff feast that “Fear Doubles The Blast“. The single from the Italian quintet who often play on social and existential lyrical themes is their first of 2022 having given us a trio in 2021

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

“Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana. “Smoke On Water” by Deep Purple. “My Name Is Glory” by Weaponry. There are classic riffs and then there are classic riffs. Ear worms that get into your head and won’t let go, the kind of thing you find yourself subliminally humming while waiting on the kettle boiling or