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Philadelphia-based sci-fi thrashers Vektor have released a free 15-minute live EP in collaboration with Scion A/V. The free EP was recorded during the Earache Records label showcase at The Glass House in Pomona, California on January 12th. Vektor celebrated Earache’s 25th anniversary alongside label-mates Bonded by Blood and Oceano. The EP features two incredible live [...]
Bonded By Blood have never been more than a blip on my radar: it’s not that they are bad, they just haven’t produced anything which has knocked me for six. I have the albums, but I only really listen to them when my iTunes random function puts them on rather than because I feel the [...]
There is more than a tinge of sadness for me when writing this review. For those that don’t know, the main man behind Wood of Ypres, David Gold, was tragically killed in a car crash on 21st December 2011 in his home country of Canada. It’s never nice when anyone is taken cruelly but when [...]
1.Toxic Holocaust – Conjure And Command Joel Grind shares his vision of chaos with actual bandmates, and the result is their best album so far. And Joel is a hell of a dude too! 2.ABSU – ABZU Black occult metal at its finest. Raw, mesmerizing and brutal. 3.Skeletonwitch – Forever Abomination The boys finally hit [...]
It’s been a while since I’ve put fingers to keys for Dawn of the Deaf. It’s been a while since I’ve done much anything interesting really. A month of my life got written off with a stay in hospital, an operation and subsequent recuperation. Not long after that it was the turn of my better [...]
British shred-heavy modern-day metal band SAVAGE MESSIAH have released their highly-anticipated new album, PLAGUE OF CONSCIENCE, as a completely free download, which is available now at http://www.earache.com/savagemessiah Earache Records urges fans to download the album, pass it on to their friends, write a review and enjoy the ten ripping tracks of world-class metal from one [...]
Generation Why is the first album from Chicago based four piece, Diamond Plate. Despite two well received EPs and the band supporting some big names in the world of thrash, such as Exodus and Overkill, this is the first time most of us (myself included) have been introduced to the band. They make one hell [...]