Tag: Rage Against The Machine

Review: “The Showdown” by Browbeat

After a decade of abstinence, the return of Browbeat in 2019 with “Remove The Control” was very much the rising of the phoenix from the ashes that the Modena Italians had started the band with in early 1998. The intention remained very much the same with that album has it had with the bands previous

The Black Map #163: Viatorem from London!

“This is your God, We have rendered obsolete, Your church and idols, Will burn in one fatal sweep In the ashes of this purgatory, Return the freedom of self-determination” Another trip to the capital of this green and pleasant land will be our last for a while given the wealth of talent that remains yet

NEWS: Viatorem give “Exalt” a lyric video!

A year after “No Saviours No Kings” from London Metallic Hardcore Homewreckers Viatorem have returned with a two track EP that adds their cover of “Bulls On Parade” by Rage Against The Machine with new song “Exalt“. Mixed and Mastered at Sphynx Studios by Wynter Prior (Wounded Not Dead) the EP is available over at

NEWS: Viatorem announce themselves as “Bulls On Parade”!

The party starts with a bit of Rage Against The Machine courtesy of London powerhouse Metallic Hardcore quintet Viatorem who have covered a classic in “Bulls On Parade” and taken the guitars all the way down to Drop G with a little help from Wynter Prior (Wounded Not Dead) who mixed mastered at Sphynx Studios.

Listmania: 20 Years of “L.D. 50” by Mudvayne!

The influence of Mudvayne shouldn’t be underestimated when it comes to Technicality and during in their early records a certain amount of Progressive nature. Born out of the Nu-Metal era and featuring largely introspective lyrics from vocalist Chad Gray, they also made use of polyrhythmic sounds with guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Ryan Martine producing

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! SOAD.

So it seems that one of the biggest names to come from the Nu-Metal era and Glendale California in Armenian-American quartet System Of A Down seem destine to follow Rage Against The Machine down the path of being a Festival or Arena tour act only with no new material, living from former glories. Not that

NEWS: Wake The Blind rip up “Bulls on Parade”!

There has been a lot of love for the politically charged music of Rage Against The Machine recently and Melbourne Australians Wake The Blind are the latest in a long line, stretching around the block, to cover one of their… Limited number of high grade Semtex quality cuts. They have got together with Steven Cannatelli to

Review: “Class Of 2020” by (hed)p.e.

Never in a million years did we think 20 years ago we’d still be talking about (hed)p.e. after gushing over their year 2000 seminal album “Broke” when it dropped via Jive Records at the height of the Nu-Metal revolution. Following their musical journey through numerous line up changes and style shifts over the that time