With a shot fired from a .50 caliber machine gun, it’s not the entry that does so much damage, but the lead leaving the body. Similarly The Haunted are back causing massive damage with Exit Wounds on Century Media Records.
Welcome to part three in our look at who should be next in the Next Big Four of Thrash. So far both writers have selected Overkill, while The Shepherd went with Exodus and Harley chose Testament. Whose visage is next to go up on Mt. Thrashmore?
After 30+ years and 17 albums, you might think a band would begin to sound stale and lose some of that hunger they had when they were but young punks in Jersey. You’d also be wrong when it comes to Thrash Metal titans Overkill.
I had the chance to catch Megadeth for the fourth time as well as up-and-comers, Chicago’s own Diamond Plate at The Venue in Hammond, IN on Megadeth’s short, smallish tour of NA prior to bigger adventures overseas.
Today’s album review is from a band inspired by bands such as, Soilwork, Pantera, Machine Head and old school Slipknot. From Italy, Modern Thrashers, Sawthis have released their third album titled, Youniverse. The album is based around the concept of multiple-personality disorders.
A first for me, and probably many of you international metalheads out there, today we take a little trip over to India. India you say? Yes, for a Death and Thrash outfit by the name of Halahkuh have released their EP titled, Desecration. Immensely heavy and rapid tracks are what they deliver to the metal world.
Lets cut to the obvious question at hand: Why is MUTANK the featured band this week? 1 – they recently won the Canadian finals for the International Wacken Metal Battle. MUTANK will be heading overseas to show the metal world what Canada has to offer.