Tag: Wrath

Exclusive Interview: Earthwomb talk “Becoming Immanence”!

If you’re in search of something new then the current wave of Atmospheric Black Metal with cinematic qualities to accompany the aggressive blackened riffs and raw piercing vocals is very much an interesting place to play and hailing from Lima Peru, Earthwomb are a band who have offered up something majestic in that genre in

Bootleg: Lamb Of God in Texas!

Also from the show at The Pavillion at The Toyota Music Factory in Irving Texas, here are “Redneck” and “Momento Mori” from Richmond Virginia Groove Metallers Lamb Of God. The show comes as the band celebrate the 15th Anniversary of 2006’s fourth studio album “Sacrament“, produced by Machine (Clutch, Crossfaith, Bloodsimple) which spawned that Grammy

NEWS: Lamb of God seeing Ghosts?

Richmond Virginia Groove Metallers Lamb of God have a huge bundle on offer with the deluxe version of their self titled album. Not only do you get the record itself and a couple of bonus tracks including “Ghost Shaped People” for which they have dropped a music video but a DVD live performance with bonus

Riff Police! Pull Over! #144: Wrath Vs Laaz Rockit!

How this next pair of bands will be remembered by their fans is a curiousity. Chicago Illinois Thrash act Wrath dropped arguably their finest hour in “Nothing To Fear” back in 1987 and despite a three year hiatus have since gone on to deliver further four albums covering subjects of society and war. Album opening

Review: “Self Titled” by Lamb Of God

The return of Richmond Virginia’s Lamb Of God with their first album of new material in five years and their first with new drummer Art Cruz (ex-Winds of Plague, ex-Prong) as a replacement for Chris Adler has been one many have been foaming at the mouth in anticipation for. The recording was delayed by the

Review: “Human Target” by Thy Art Is Murder

Vocalist CJ McMahon, guitarists Sean Delander and Andy Marsh, drummer Jesse Beahler and bassist Kevin Butler may not like it much but their band Thy Art Is MurderĀ are considered to be at the forefront of the Deathcore scene. In fact, in the press release for this album, they call themselves a Blackened Death Metal band.