Tag: Pantera

Throwback: “The Profit Of Doom” by Type O Negative

The fifteenth anniversary of “Dead Again” by Type O Negative, the seventh and final of the American Gothic Metal acts deadly sins before the tragic death of frontman Peter Steele in 2010, is something worth celebrating. The ten track affair runs to 78 minutes and includes a tribute to Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell Abbott in

Riff Police! Pull Over! #165: Infantry Vs Pantera!

Returning for a special edition due to popular demand, our riff police series continues to educate the people of the Globe in the ways of noticing when a guitarist has been hero worshipping just that little too much and strayed from the left hand path into territory that has lawyers sharpening their pencils. It’s been

Interview: Machine Head have Coffee with Ola!

It’s been a while since the last episode of the “Coffee with Ola” series but The Haunted guitarist has given us something special with this interview with Robb Flynn from Machine Head. A celebration of the stunning new album “Of Kingdom And Crown” with special mentions going to memories of Dimebag Darrell, Anime and gear,

Bootleg: “Disposable For You” from En Minor!

Perhaps best described as Depression Eock music, the work of En Minor is a change of pace for the New Orleans Louisiana collective that perform on 2020’s “When The Cold Truth Has Worn Its Miserable Welcome Out“. Long time friends and accomplices of Philip H. Anselmo in Kevin Bond and Jimmy Bower are part of

Documentary: Behind The Scenes of Frog Leap Live in Sweden!

In this special featurette Leo Moracchioli arrives in Stockholm Sweden in search of Ola Englund, guitarist, record producer, YouTuber and the owner of Solar guitars who is also known for his work in Feared, The Haunted and Six Feet Under. Why? To see if he can persuade the legend to join his live show for

Review: “20th Centuries Gone” by Spirit Adrift

“I always thought it would be a cool experience to record some songs by bands that are foundational to the DNA of Spirit Adrift. These choices are obvious and on the nose to me, but maybe unexpected to the fans. That made the whole thing a lot of fun. A band like Lynyrd Skynyrd might

Review: “Self Titled” by Imperium

Growing up with Thrash and Heavy Metal from the pre-2000’s era, vocalist Ben Porter, lead guitarist Hardip Sagoo, drummer James Hawes, bassist Rapha Comes and rhythm guitarist Scott Lomas formed Imperium and dropped their first single in two years ago, beginning a journey that will take them to Bloodstock Open Air Festival in August as

Review: “Self Titled” by Trendkill Inc

Whenever anyone uses the term “Trendkill” it takes us straight back to 1996 and “The Great Southern Trendkill” by Pantera, an all time classic record that remains as vital today as it did 25 long years ago. It wouldn’t surprise us in the slightest if that is where San Paulo Brazil based Trendkill found their

Throwback: “Drag The Waters” from Pantera!

7th May 1996. That was the release date of the eighth studio album “The Great Southern Trendkill” by the almighty and undisputed Kings of Groove Metal Pantera. Capturing the band at the most ferocious as well as arguably their most experimental, it’s one that sounds as fresh 26 years down the track as it did

NEWS: Spirit Adrift share “Sorcerer’s Fate” and announce new record!

Just days ahead of four shows upon our soil Spirit Adrift have announced an intriguing collection of songs titled “20 Centuries Gone” to be released via Century Media on 19th August. Comprising two new original songs and six cover songs that span the timeline of the band’s most foundational influences. featuring artwork by Brian Mercer (Lamb of