Tag: Pantera

NEWS: Slaughter To Prevail go “Dig”?

Perhaps a really obvious choice for a Deathcore cover, Slaughter To Prevail frontman Alex Terrible has put his throat to “Dig” by Mudvayne, which is exactly the kind of track that is just begging for heavier rendition. Here’s the thing. The timing is really interesting with rumours circulating like vultures that the band who haven’t

Review: “The Sins of Our Fathers” by Mud Factory

A Groove laden Death Metal band from Vranje in Serbia who were founded in 2012 and who have plotted their course across a pair of EPs in 2013’s “Born For Doom” and 2015’s “Project Extinction” to their debut full length “The Sins of Our Fathers”, Mud Factory have put themselves on a pedestal as ones

Under The Influence #72: Chapfallen on “Sacrament” by Lamb of God!

By the time 2006’s fifth studio record “Sacrament” arrived from Lamb Of God, the Richmond Virginia quintet were on the crest of a wave. Their growing reputation had been cemented by their highly critically acclaimed first major label release “Ashes of the Wake“, which to this day has their best sales figures, going gold in

Review: “Mass Destruction Media” by Stonedrift

Inspired by bands like Pantera, Biohazard and Machine Head and cutting Groove Metal with Sludge Metal and Hardcore punk, Stonedrift hail from Reggio Emilia, Italy. Forming in 2007 they have been through several line up changes and now comprise Emiliano Dalcomune (Vocals), Enrico Ascari (Lead Guitar), Luca Cigarini (Rhythm Guitar), Valerio Larcier (Bass, formerly Coffee

Review: “Orbital Decay” by Solarhead

Recorded over the course of a couple of weeks in home studios in Indianapolis and Franklin, Indiana, “Orbital Decay” marks the debut EP from Alternative Metallers Solarhead, who launched themselves on an unsuspecting World in July 2020. The band consist of the duo of Jason Emry (vocals) and Bob Hamilton (guitars) who are have been

Riff Police! Pull Over! #128: Audioslave Vs Pantera!

Arguably the Cowboy’s from Hell’s darkest release lyrically was 1994’s “Far Beyond Driven” with vocalist Philip H Anselmo suffering from a pair of ruptured discs in has back and degenerative disc disease and numbing the pain with alcohol, heroin and prescription medication and perhaps the cover art which depicts the act of trephination is a

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Negative Creep #2!

When will anything from Tura Satana appear on Spotify? We can’t answer that one. The Los Angeles based band who released a pair of records in 1996’s “All Is Not Well” and 1997’s “Relief Through Release” are ironically just as well known posthumously as they were when they were active due to vocalist Tairrie B

Review: “Garden of Eden” by Curimus

It has been a long and winding road for Finnish Death Thrash group Curimus. Formed in 2004 and calling the small town of Loimaa their home, they churned out four demos before making waves with the debut album which finally arrived in 2012 entitled “Realization” which was swiftly followed by 2014’s “Artificial Revolution” before things

Listmania: 20 Years of “Equilibrium” by Crowbar!

A band of legend centered around the work of Kirk Windstein as the only member who has been in the revolving door of the band over the last 32 odd years, Crowbar are the undisputed Kings of Louisiana Sludge Metal that takes the slow, brooding style of Doom Metal and Injects it with a lethal