With 5 consecutive days off from work I decided to invest it the right way. Like a good boy, I worked out in the morning, finished my wife’s honey do list in the afternoon, completed a bit of homework, and left myself several hours for myself.
We’ve reviewed some Thrash albums this year that are outstanding – Exodus, Overkill, Holy Moses, Kayser, and Cavalera Conspiracy. Martell featured the Brazilian band Korzus last week and they should be considered right along side of these giants with their release of Legion on AFM Records.
It’s pretty rare you can take music out on an adventure with you as a lifesaving tool. I’m not talking about emotion and connection with the music. I’m talking about literally saving your life. If you were to drop on the street from a massive heart attack just have someone hit the play button.
A misdemeanor or a felony? Iggor Cavalera assaulted his drums so viciously that the police were called to investigate the violent outburst. Wouldn’t you just love to be the cop that showed up to find out the crime in question was excessive drumming? Yeah, he hit em’ that hard.
What is this? I feel like I’ve been transported to 1984 and someone put on the new Venom album, one I hadn’t heard before. Just in time for Halloween, October 31 will Bury the Hatchet deep in your Metal heart.
Sleepwalking through the dank corridors of death metal, my monotonous journey was abruptly ended by the jagged edged concrete catacombs that Boston based Revocation is. Death, thrash, tech, jazz, and power metal tossed into a pot of musical gumbo, the 10 course offering is scrumptious and filling.
Bullying has been a drastic and vast issue within many communities everywhere, and a group from Sweden, named, Unfaithful, are on the verge of releasing their debut album, November 10th, titled Streetfighter. The title of the album refers to that topic at hand, bullying.