Tag: Obituary

Bootleg: “Dying” from Obituary!

Going back to the Ronnie James Dio stage at Bloodstock, this time in 2017, Death Metal legends Obituary arrived fresh from the release of their self titled 10th studio album, a scathingly vicious mid-paced attack with brutal intensity and nods back to their early days. Here’s “Dying” that Bloodstock set and five years on they

Bootleg: “Sentence Day” from Obituary!

Back at Bloodstock in 2017 and upon the Ronnie James Dio Stage, having already given us “Lesson In Vengeance” and “Chopped In Half“, we’ve now gratefully received the gift of “Sentence Day” from Tampa Florida Death Metallers Obituary. In August last year drummer Donald Tardy revealed that the quintet have been working on what he

Bootleg: “A Lesson In Vengeance” from Obituary!

From the Ronnie James Dio stage at Bloodstock Open Air Metal Festival in 2017, it has to be “A Lesson In Vengeance” from Tampa Florida Death Metallers Obituary. The track itself appears on the bands self titled tenth studio record, which was released 6 months before this performance to critical acclaim and noted for its

Bootleg: “Chopped In Half” by Obituary!

The wonderful thing about the year round releases of pro-shot material from the organizers of Bloodstock is that even in a year when they have had to postpone their 20th Anniversary celebrations, they still have a wealth of material up their collective sleeves. Their latest offering is the magicians favourite game, “Chopped In Half” by

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

Paying tribute to a band from Newcastle upon Tyne who essentially formed a cornerstone foundation block of influence for not only Black Metal and Death Metal but also early 80’s Thrash in Venom, today’s head to head that is Vs. Tuesday has been a long time coming. We simply don’t have enough fingers or toes

Review: “Furies in the Steppes from Russia” by Noitatalid

Citing influences from the likes of Slayer, Carcass and Obituary, a Brutal Death Metal trio who like to dabble in grindcore, Andrei Tatalid (Guitar & Lead Vocal), Vitaly Tatalid (Bass Guitar) and Aleksey Tatalid (Drums) hail from Ilyinsky Pogost in Russia and form Noitatalid, loosely translating as ‘Witch Tales‘. Their debut album “Furies in the

Review: “The Entombment Of Chaos” by Skeletal Remains

Originally forming as Anthropophagy in 2011, Californian Death Metal quartet Skeletal Remains, now comprising – Chris Monroy (Vocals and Guitars), Mike De La O (Guitars), Noah Young (Bass) and Charlie Koryn (Drums) – have spent the better part of the last decade playing shows across the US, Europe and Japan having unleashed a trio of

Review: “Warren Of Necrosis” EP by Black Rabbit

A lack of metal bands in Apeldoorn Netherlands saw guitar playing duo Jelle Bekelmans and Hidde Holfland join forces to create their own music. Inspired by the likes of Megadeth, Obituary and Death to name but a few, they formulated their own thrashing death metal sound; fast-paced and groove laden. They are joined by Max Hendrix

Under The Influence #35: Krvsade on “The Sound Of Perseverance” by Death!

Chuck Schuldiner founded Orlando Florida Death Metal band┬áDeath in 1983 and was their vocalist, guitarist and occasionally bassist until his tragic death in 2001. The band were a revolving door of musicians including Obituary guitarist James Murphy and Strapping Young Lad, Testament and Fear Factory drummer Gene Hoglan at various points in time. “The Sound

Riff Police! Pull Over! #91: Six Feet Under Vs Slipknot!

It’s no secret that after a fair number of releases, former Cannibal Corpse vocalist Chris Barnes band Six Feet Under has become something of a figure of fun. Originally a Death Metal side project between Barnes and Obituary guitarist Allen West, who was replaced by Steve Swanson, after a trio of albums and remained in