Tag: Ozzy Osbourne

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

For the likes of Wednesday 13 and Rob Zombie is every night Halloween? Just how do they make the day of the dead special? Ozzy Osbourne didn’t seem to have many challenges in that department so on that incredibly tenuous link we’re hoping in the Delorean and heading back to 1983 when Osbourne, Jake E.

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

They say that resistance is futile and it has to be said that, naming no names, there is at least one person we know who gets a kick out of blasting Metalized covers of 80’s Pop Songs and p***ing off the neighborhood. And why not? At least they can all sing-a-long to them, especially during

Riff Police! Pull Over! #151: Firewind Vs Whitesnake!

The man, the myth, the legend that is Gus G, otherwise known as Konstantinos Karamitroudis is a guitarist who came to prominence in his own right having done time within the ranks of Mystic Prophecy, Nightrage, Arch Enemy, Dream Evil and of course Ozzy Osbourne‘s solo band but it’s his Greek Power Metal band Firewind

Review: “Enlightened In Eternity” by Spirit Adrift

From humble beginnings, primarily as an outlet for multi-instrumentalist Nate Garrett (lead and harmony vocals, guitar, bass), Spirit Adrift started life in 2015 as a studio project encompassing his love for hard rock sensibilities and multiple strains of timeless heavy metal, taking influence from bands like Black Sabbath and Corrosion of Conformity. With the addition

NEWS: “All Death Is Mine” from Integrity!

“All Death Is Mine” is a new song from Hardcore Punk legends Integrity. It follows on from their October released cover of Ozzy Osbourne classic “Bark At The Moon” and their August split with Kreig. The band are currently in the US but have been confirmed for Pitfest in Holland in May! You can pick

NEWS: Integrity “Bark at the Moon”!

Continuing their recent stream of covers via Relapse Records and in celebration of Halloween, Integrity have surprise released a cover of the Ozzy Osbourne classic “Bark at the Moon”! The question is… Is it as good as the Shadows Fall version?