Tag: Motorhead

Interview: “Quadra” Q&A part #16 from Sepultura!

Brazilian Thrash Masters Sepultura have never failed to surprise over the past 16 weeks with their impressive Q&A series. The latest episode not only sees both guitarist Andreas Kisser and Paulo Xisto interview famed Brazilian singer Ney Matogrosso, but also pick up their instruments for a rendition of  the Motorhead classic “Orgasmatron” with the legend

Review: “Ascend To The Throne” by Saints Of Death

Originally starting out as a Motorhead tribute band, Vancouver Canada quartet Saints of Death are an outfit with a unique selling point – they have two bassists in their ranks. Inspired by the Mexican folklore of Santa Muerte (Spanish for Holy Death), the band are fronted by vocalist and eight-string bassist Twan Holliday, a beast

NEWS: Saints of Death insist “You Can’t Run”!

Originally starting out as a Motorhead tribute band, Vancouver, BC’s Saints of Death is a four-piece that has taken the reins to write original material with a double bassist attack and set themselves apart from the pack with their uniquely heavy sound of Thrash, Doom and Hardcore metal. Made with footage filmed during their Canadian

Review: “Neanderthal Tales” EP by CHAKA

When it comes to the description on the label for an alcoholic beverage of choice, sometimes they can be pretty out there. But then not everyone has the same taste buds or sense of smell so they’re not all going to get the flavours that the so called experts who write the text get. That’s

Review: “Making Noise, Living Fast” by HellgardeN

Brazilian Thrash act HellgardeN started as members Caick Gabriel (guitars) and Matheus Barreiros (drums), who have been playing together on own projects since they were 11 or 12 years old, joining forces later with another friend from the local scene in Diego Pascuci (Vocals) later on in 2015. This was the beginning of what would

Review: “UnCrowned” by UnCrowned

UnCrowned are a 5-piece Metal band from St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England who formed in 2014 when Dave Smith and Dave Hills, two guitar players already in other bands in the local scene decided to write music together. They gradually found a steady line-up via word of mouth and by 2016 with the additions of vocalist

Review: “From The Grave” EP by Cro-Mags

Having toured the World over since 1986’s seminal debut album “The Age Of Quarell“, a record introduced Thrash riffs to Hardcore Punk and made Cro-Mags arguably the forefathers of both Crossover Thrash and Metallic Hardcore. A hugely influential album, it gave them a career and brought through the likes of Machine Head, Sepultura, Hatebreed, Shadows

Bootleg: Cavalera Brothers in Brazil for Sepultura classics!

As the Max & Iggor show continues to your the Globe playing their Sepultura classics, in an interview with Ultimate Guitar Magazine that was hosted by Metal Hammer Magazine, Max Cavalera was asked about his various projects. It seems the future is bright for a new Killer Be Killed album and for a tour that

Review: “Ram” by Charlene Beretah

Hailing from Neuchâtel in Switzerland Charlene Beretah started out as a duo in 2014 before evolving into a three piece for three years later. Writing music that crosses over Sludge, Doom, Black Metal and even Crust Punk, the trio release their debut full length with five songs of Progressive Metal length. Guitarist vocalist Arnaud is

NEWS: Cavalera Brothers play Sepultura classics!

Max and Iggor Cavalera will be in London in December to bring cuts from Sepultura classics “Beneath The Remains” from 1989 and “Arise” from 1991 back to life. The trio of shows will have guitar wizard Marc Rizzo and bassist Mike Leon in the band so it’s three quarters of the Soulfly line-up and you