Back in the year 2000 Long Beach California Nu-Metal outfit The Deadlights were a regular on the second stage at the Ozzfest annual festival tour and appeared with the likes of Kittie, Disturbed, Slaves on Dope and Primer55, their self titled debut album landing via Elektra Entertainment the February before hand. Taking their name from
Another blast from the past courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive sees this VHS transfer brought back to life for us to enjoy 20 years after the fact. A full set from Long Beach California Alternative Metallers The Deadlights on the second stage at the travelling carnival that was Ozzfest back in the year 2000, this
What are the chances of Mudvayne reuniting and returning to the stage in 2020 with August marking the 20th Anniversary of their seminal debut album “L.D. 50”? When you have the now Hellyeah frontman Chad Gray making comments like these anything is possible. Especially when his guitarist and former Nothingface man Tom Maxwell says that
Hessan Germany’s Unprocessed have a reputation as being a live favourite. Their Progressive Tech-Metal sound has been a soundtrack since 2014 and with this, their second album for SPV imprint label Long Branch Records, it’s time for the quintet to step up once more to a new level as they did with previous outing “Convenant”.
Formed in 1993 the much loved Washington DC based band Nothingface are the subject of this morning’s throwback. In 2003 they dropped album “Skeletons” with production from Bill Kennedy (Megadeth, Danzig, Monster Magnet). Having enjoyed success with single “Bleeder” from their previous album, being invited to join Ozzfest seemed like it was going to take
Pro-shot in full high definition, a full set from super group Hell Yeah at The House of Blues in Cleveland Ohio on their “Blood For Blood” tour in 2015. Featuring former Mudvayne frontman Chad Gray, former Nothingface guitarist Tom Maxwell, bassist Kyle Sanders, guitarist Christian Brady and of course former Pantera and Damageplan drummer Vinnie Paul. Set