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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 [...]
Its been just over 12 months since I virtually wet myself with excitement whilst reviewing Havok’s Time Is Up over on Cack Blabbath. So it was with some trepidation, and a pack of Tena Men, that I approached listening to their new EP, The Point Of No Return. This latest release is a 50/50 split [...]
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 [...]
Disclaimer: Municipal Waste has made it very clear their latest album The Fatal Feast – Waste in Space is an homage to science fiction and horror. Like the band, I wear my love for these genres on my sleeve; the one that hides a bite from a zombie of course. As a fan of Municipal [...]
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 [...]
Attack. Regroup. Destroy. Though Joel Grind waits till the last line of ‘Sound the Charge’ to issue this direct order, Toxic Holocaust’s latest album, Conjure and Command, is a full-on declaration of glorious destruction. For this assault, General Grind has enlisted troops into his metal militia, producing a rounded sound that does not compromise its [...]
Seeing as Hell has been our video of the week for nigh on 2 months we thought it only fair we give another band a crack of the whip and who better than current thrash monsters Havok with ‘Covering Fire’ from the mighty fine ‘Time Is Up’ album. Comments guitarist Reece Scruggs: “We’re extra pumped [...]