Tag: Thrash metal

Aug 11

Sodom – Decision Day (2016)

Sodom has unleashed a new beast. Their new album Decision Day introduces a new demon to the larger picture, but it’s still hell that Sodom describes. They use Sodom’s trademark thrash velocity, but at times it’s diminished by a combination of melody and groove. Overall, this is by far the most unique Sodom album. While …

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Jun 08

Steve Souza of Exodus discusses playing in Florida and new music.

Exodus is one of the most legendary thrash metal bands. This is why Florida is stoked to have this monster act headline a couple of dates in the sunshine state! This is a band that has been around the world and back so many times they travel for the rest of us, but it’s a …

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Apr 18

Destruction – Under Attack (2016)

In 2016 Destruction is set to release their newest album Under Attack, and it only continues to strengthen their chokehold in thrash metal. One of the defining factors about Destruction is their material has always been raw while also adding rapidity. But unlike their other albums, this one practically sounds like a mutant as it …

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Mar 15

Sodom discussed with us new music, playing in the US and 70000 Tons Of Metal

It’s a shame that a legendary band like Sodom doesn’t get to make it here to the United States. But after seeing them on the 70000 Tons of Metal cruise I have to say they were one of the best bands I saw. For over thirty years now this band hasn’t stayed quiet. They have …

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Mar 13

Fernanda Lira of Nervosa discussed the US tour, new album and 70000 Tons of Metal

After their total success at 70000 Tons Of Metal, Nervosa packed their bags and gear into a van and started touring the west coast of the United States, they played in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles before hitting Phoenix for the first time. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 11

David Sanchez of Havok talks about touring with Megadeth and their upcoming album.

With over 10 years of existence, many line-up reincarnations and a worldwide touring record. Havok had reached what many young bands aspire to achieve when they start their rehearsals at house garages and basements around the US. They are touring with big name artists and playing gigs at arena level stages. For Havok that came …

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Feb 16

Fernanda & Prika of Nervosa discussed 70000 of metal & their US tour

The thing about the 70000 Tons of Metal cruise is that sometimes the last minute announcements ended up being the most impressive ones , this year bands like Arkona, Novembers Doom, Starkill, and Nervosa were some of the last bands to make it to the impressive line up aboard 70000 Tons, and at the same time …

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Jan 04

Mem V Stein of Exumer discussed The Raging Tides

Exumer is a classic German thrash metal band that was formed in 1985 then disbanded in 1991, they got back together in 2008 and came back to the metal scene with a powerful album called Fire And Damnation in 2012. Since then they have been toured North America, Europe, and South America.  Use Facebook to …

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Oct 14

Bobby “Blitz” of Overkill talks North American Tour & White Devil Armory

Ever since I got to see Overkill in Bogotá, Colombia in front of over 100.000 people at Rock Al Parque 2011, they have become along with Exodus and Death Angel one my favorite thrash metal bands to see live. Their new album White Devil Armory is brutal as fuck, and their previous work, The Electric …

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Sep 09

Annihilator – Suicide Society (2015)

Suicide Society may be the end of life as we know it. Or maybe not, since Annihilator found a way to keep humanity going with fifteen albums! With a band that truly has the power of the world in their hands, this band has proved to be the fiercest force the world has ever seen. …

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Aug 28

Steve Smyth of One Machine discussed the new album The Final Cull

One Machine was created out of the desire of guitar player Steve Smyth (ex-Vicious Rumors, Nevermore, Testament and Forbidden) to create a more organic heavy metal band rooted on the old concepts of the genre, but with a fresh attitude towards the genre itself. Their first album,The Distortion Of Lies And The Overdriven Truth, was …

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