Thrash Metal

Book review — Eviscerated Panda: Back in Bamboo by Sarah Tipper

October 29, 2013
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Book review — Eviscerated Panda: Back in Bamboo by Sarah Tipper

Eviscerated Panda: Back in Bamboo is the second book of the Eviscerated Panda series (soon to be a trilogy) and Back in Bamboo picks up right where the first novel, Eviscerated Panda: A Metal Tale, left off.

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Album Review: Skeletonwitch – Serpents Unleashed

October 24, 2013
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Album Review: Skeletonwitch – Serpents Unleashed

Skeletonwitch has worked its way up over the last few years to become one of the most prominent new thrash metal bands becoming favourites among many. But they have not been recognized for being the next Metallica but for the pursuing of their icy melodic black metal covered brand of thrash.

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WLM Reviews: Onslaught – VI

September 14, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Onslaught – VI

Onslaught has been around for nearly as long as I have been a fan of the Heavy Metal – except they took an extended break of 18 years after their first three albums, so their output is actually relatively small.

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WLM Reviews: Ranger – Knights of Darkness

September 1, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Ranger – Knights of Darkness

Let’s do a cursory analysis of this band and album:  Name?  Ranger.  Power Metal.  Album?  Knights of Darkness.  Could be Power Metal.  Songs?  Steel Dawn & Touch of Death.  Almost certainly Power Metal.  Country of origin?  Finland.  Power Metal is looking really strong at this point, right?  The music?

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Interview: Pete Webber of Havok

August 22, 2013
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Interview: Pete Webber of Havok

The other day I had the chance to have a little chat on the phone with Pete Webber, the drummer of Havok. Havok recently released their third album Unnatural Selection and you can check out Harley’s review of it (I would probably give it a similar rating).

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WLM Reviews: Diamond Plate – Pulse

August 10, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Diamond Plate – Pulse

Diamond Plate is one of the newer Retro-Thrash Metal bands populating the scene – sort of.  I say sort of, because they don’t employ the same essential elements of a lot of the other bands.  They seem to reach further back than most others and to some different influences as well.

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Top 10 Tuesday: The Worshyp

August 6, 2013
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Top 10 Tuesday: The Worshyp

It’s “Worshyp” time ladies and gentleman. This unsigned Canadian Thrash band has been a personal favorite of mine over the last few years and with the release of last year’s “Evil Abounds” my admiration for them grew more than Lars Ulrich’s bald spot.

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WLM Reviews: Psychonaut by Fatality

July 26, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Psychonaut by Fatality

I’m not typically one to compare bands to others, but in the case of Fatality I have to do something so you understand what they are and who they can become. What I want you to picture is a song writing team sitting in a room together to write Fatality’s third album Psychonaut.

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Featured Video: HEART ATTACK – STOP PRETENDING

July 22, 2013
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Featured Video: HEART ATTACK – STOP PRETENDING

We have been going through a brutal heat wave in Eastern Canada that literally is making me feel like fried bacon. I said to Morgan and JVK that if this weather keeps up I’m going to have a heart attack.

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