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There’s yet more thrash for BLOODSTOCK with Northern Irish upstarts, GAMA BOMB landing an opening slot on the Ronnie James Dio mainstage. The band are looking forward to churning up the Catton Park turf, commenting; “BLOODSTOCK: it’s just like Woodstock, but for heavy metal types, and replacing the love and peace with chips and Carling! [...]
For one night only, Heathen have just announced their first UK date at the Camden Underworld later this year, landing on UK shores for the first time in two years. Founded in 1984 by Lee Altus, the Bay Area thrashers have released three albums to date, with their fourth album – and debut with Nuclear [...]
“Winds of change keep you searching for the truth…” Chuck Billy delivers this insightful line halfway through Testament’s blazing new album Dark Roots Of Earth – and at no time in this band’s storied past has it been more appropriate. Testament is no stranger to forces of change, be it lineups, musical direction or what [...]
Get excited – Here are the details of yet another potential Album of the Year Bay Area thrash titans, TESTAMENT, have revealed the cover art and details for their upcoming “Dark Roots of Earth” release! Artwork was painted by Eliran Kantor who has worked with such bands as SODOM, ATHEIST, SIGH. “Dark Roots of Earth” [...]
Now into their fourth decade, Overkill have been through their fair share of turmoil over the years. With Bobby ‘Blitz’ Ellsworth and D.D. Verni the only remaining members from the original 1980 line up, this New Jersey thrash band have now released their sixteenth studio album. This is one of the bands I grew up [...]
Imagine a world where the internet was the stuff of the future, a world where Matthew Broderick stuck his wired phone on some kind of receptacle and a few whirrs and dings later, he was causing World War 3. Imagine how us primitives had to purchase music in these dark times? Well folks, back in [...]
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 [...]