The long awaited and highly anticipated new single from El Paso Texas Groove Metallers Pissing Razors has finally surfaced and much to our surprise, they’ve chosen to cover “Wasting Away” by Max Cavalera (ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy, Killer Be Killed) and Alex Newport’s (Fudge Tunnel) project Nailbomb. Joining the quartet in the fields of disbelief
Masterminded by vocalist and bassist Steev Esquivel, Skinlab first came over our Metal Horizon in 1997 with debut album “Bound, Gagged And Blindfolded“. A Groove Metal quartet, often underrated and too quickly compared with Machine Head due to both bands hailing from the Bay Area, they have worked their way through numerous line up changes and
Good things come to those who wait? Patience is a virtue? Some records come together pretty quickly while others are a writers labor of love. Brothers Jeremy Farfan (Guitar, Vocals), Efrain Farfan (Guitar, Vocals) formed Winter Nights back in 2007 with Manolo Estrada (Drums) and Martin Tune (Bass) and took 7 years to get their
The lead single from their 1995 released double album “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” produced by main man Billy Corgan is one of the most recognisable in The Smashing Pumpkins discography. It won a Grammy Award for “Best Hard Rock Performance” and appears on VH1, Triple J and Rolling Stone Magazines “100 Greatest” lists.
From the height of the Metalcore era in 2004, “A Snow Capped Romance” by 36 Crazyfists still rates as one of the genre’s finer points. The Portland Oregon bands third album saw frontman Brock Lindow show more range with his vocal prowess, while guitarist Steve Holt got his first opportunity to sit in the production
It seems only fitting that this weeks Vs. Tuesday is dedicated to Vinnie Paul. The former Pantera and Damageplan drummer who featured in super group Hell Yeah until the news of his sad passing from a heart attack at 54 earlier this week. Having already featured “I’m Broken”, “5 Minutes Alone” and “A New Level” from
In their first new material release since 2009’s “The Scars Between Us”, re-activated San Francisco Bay Thrashers Skinlab have dropped a lyric video for brand new song “Dead Tomorrow”. The song was produced by 36 Crazyfists guitarist Steve Holt and with the band currently touring the states with Pissing Razors and Shattered Sun, the future
The first new material from thrashmiesters Skinlab has finally arrived! Aptly titled “End Of Silence”, the new song is taken from their upcoming new album “Occult”. The band reformed to perform an anniversary run of their classic album “Bound, Gagged and Blindfolded”.