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In 2001: A Space Odyssey, a mysterious obelisk heralds the dawn of man; as an ape picks up a femur, smashes bones to dust and then hurls it high in the sky. The cover of Cattle Decapitation’s latest album, Monolith of Inhumanity, depicts a similar scene, however one where man has grotesquely de-evolved into apes [...]
On its day of release, Separate Realities, peaked at #2 on the iTunes Jazz Chart. After its first week of release, it had reached #80 on the Billboard New Artist chart. We chat to Dan Briggs about the album which he describes as an ‘Extreme fusion freak out explosion’. Time to get your prog on…. [...]
There is a whole musical genre called easy listening, you know, the kind of music you put on in the background and ignore. The sort that you can hum along to whilst studying or doing paperwork. Trioscapes’ release, Separate Realities, is most definitely not easy listening. This is intense, demanding complex music, and it’s also [...]
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 [...]
Job For A Cowboy have been knocking around for a few years. They have had several line up changes with vocalist Jonny Davy being the only surviving member from the bands inception. Having had considerable sales of previous records, and on the back of their performances on Metal Hammer’s Destroyers of the Faith tour with [...]
You don’t get much bigger than Cannibal Corpse. Their lastest album, Torture, just crushes! I had the honor of speaking to guitarist Pat O’Brien about the outstanding new album, what makes Cannibal tick and most importantly – which band member would survive the zombie holocaust! Its must read stuff from a true metal warrior! I [...]
When you have been around for 20 odd years playing death metal, that in itself is an accomplishment. Cannibal Corpse is a band that kind of mirrors death metal’s history; shocking and brutal at first, then a bit complacent but ultimately, returning to its roots. On their latest album titled Torture, Cannibal Corpse continues the [...]