“I created the Event Horizon to reach the stars, but she’s gone much, much farther than that. She tore a hole in our universe, a gateway to another dimension. A dimension of pure chaos. Pure… evil. When she crossed over, she was just a ship. But when she came back… she was alive! Look at
There can’t be many people on Planet Metal who can name more than one Armenian-American Heavy Metal band. 5 albums, 4 Grammy nominations, 1 Grammy award and a wealth of critical acclaim later and quite what System Of A Down are doing in 2020 remains anyone’s guess. Back in the day however, it was a
Continuing the celebration of the virtual success of “No One Survives“, a song and music video which put Californian Melodic Death Metallers Nekrogoblikon on the map, here’s the band performing the track at the Mansfield MA stop of the 2018 incarnation of the Vans Warped Tour, filmed from the side stage. If you missed it,
While they continue to work on the follow up to “Welcome To Bonkers” with Jason Suecof, Californian Death Metallers Nekrogoblikon have gone back to their cover of “Chop Suey!” by System Of A Down for a quirky video 84 days after it began streaming. If you haven’t seen their 8 year celebration documentary about their
After seven long years sailing the seven seas Helsinki, Finland’s Finntroll have returned to plunder the hidden treasures Valhalla. They bring with them their seventh studio album, recorded and mixed at the renowned Sonic PumpStudios, mastered at Chartmakers and produced by keyboardist-composer Henri “Trollhorn” Sorvali with vocalist Mathias “Vreth” Lillmåns acting as his right-hand man.
It seems like yesterday but eight years after the music video for “No One Survives” from Nekrogoblikon went viral and sent them from playing to a handful of people to playing Warped Tour, the Californian Melodic Death Metallers have given us a full on documentary about how everything came together. If you haven’t heard, they’re
So it seems that one of the biggest names to come from the Nu-Metal era and Glendale California in Armenian-American quartet System Of A Down seem destine to follow Rage Against The Machine down the path of being a Festival or Arena tour act only with no new material, living from former glories. Not that
Following the photograph of Nekrogoblikon in the studio with producer Jason Suecof (Trivium, Death Angel, Whitechapel) who helped them create their 2018 album “Welcome To Bonkers” with the caption “Making album #5” and a cover of “Chop Suey” by System Of A Down, the band have shared a drum playthrough “Row” from sticksman Eric W. Brown!
Josh Dummer is the kind of multi instrumentalist who has the vision for the extraordinary. In 2017 he put together his first offering “Ichor Carcinoma” as a solo project under the name Buried Realm and sold the idea to a collection of well known and highly skilled musicians, getting them to appear as guests on the
Mixed by Jason Suecof, Nekrogoblikon have released a… dance version(?!) of the System Of A Down classic “Chop Suey” that sounds like a Kraftwerk tribute in a totally off the wall kind of way. “Welcome To Bonkers” remains a firm favourite and having seen the Californian Melodic Death Metallers tear up Camden last year this