Tag: Whipworm

Playthrough: “Gatekeeper” from Whipworm!

You’ve had the review and the exclusive interview and so now it’s time for Mastermind Travis Weinand to continue to deliver us to Evil with a playthrough video for “Gatekeeper“. The track is one tha takes pride of place on his bands new album “Gozer“, a concept record inspired by the original Ghostbusters film which

Playthrough: “Destructor” from Whipworm!

Whipworm mastermind Travis Weinand was only supposed to blow the bloody doors off but instead he’s gone all out and given us a full on guitar playthrough video for “Destructor“, a cut which takes pride of place on the bands new Ghostbusters inspired record “Gozer“. Who doesn’t love a bit of Death Thrash accompanied by

Review: “Gozer” by Whipworm

Described by mastermind Travis Weinand as the bands most ambitious project to date, Los Angeles Californian Thrash infused Death Metal project Whipworm have prepared a feast on which to dine to follow 2021’s “In The Throes“. A concept album based on the original 1984 supernatural comedy Ghostbusters written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, “Gozer” is said to take

Playthrough: “Gatekeeper” from Whipworm!

Whipworm mastermind Travis Weinand has taken an alternative route to premiering the second single from the bands upcoming new album “Gozer” by giving us a guitar playthrough video for the track “Gatekeeper“. The Los Angeles Californian Death Thrash duo previously unveiled the Ghostbusters inspired “Ivo Shandor” alongside the cover art. Weinand comments: “Gatekeeper tells the

Review: “Driftwood” by Olēka

Hailing from Abbotsford British Columbia, Olēka are a duo influenced by Southern Groove Metal and Melodic Death Metal in equal measure. The brain child of guitarist and vocalist Aaron Reurink, the project was conceived in early 2019 before he was joined by drummer Byron Shuflita and while there is no concept behind their debut offering

Listmania: New Years Day Honours List 2022!

Just before Gingerbread John McClane gets put back in his box for another year, it’s time said thank you to a few people for another fantastic year of Metal Noise. Breaking out of the lockdown of what we’ve affectionately called the plague years live shows were in full effect and we were able to bring