Tag Archive: Thrash metal

Mar 28

Warbringer- Woe to the Vanquished (2017)

March 31st, Warbringer finally releases their 5th full length after quite a bit of rockiness. It seems the current lineup could be here to stay. Maybe, maybe not, but all I know is that they put together a super solid record that I could listen to over and over without it getting old.  Use Facebook …

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Mar 27

Mille Petrozza of Kreator discussed the Decibel Magazine tour 2017.

German thrash metal legends Kreator are currently headlining the 2017 Decibel Magazine tour edition. The band played an almost sold out show at Club Red in Mesa, AZ last Friday night, after almost a year of absence since their last visit with Arch Enemy. Since the band just released their new album Gods of Violence, …

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Mar 17

John Kevill of Warbringer discussed Woe to the Vanquished and the metal scene.

This is Morgan with The Age of Metal and today I got the chance to talk to John Kevill, vocalist of Warbringer. They’re five albums in, with their most recent release being “Woe to the Vanquished” which comes out March 31st, 2017. They’ve put out a few previews, studio footage, and they just announced a US …

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Mar 10

Havok – Conformicide (2017)

It’s been four years since Unnatural Selection which makes this the longest gap between albums they’ve had. But this record reflects the fact that the time they took to write was well used. This album was worth the wait.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 25

Overkill – The Grinding Wheel (2017)

After eighteen albums and way more lineup changes than we can count, Overkill shows us you don’t need off the wall left field experimentation to bring something fresh to the table.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 20

Kreator – Gods of Violence (2017)

So our favorite German thrash heroes are at it again. After fourteen albums you’d suspect that maybe Kreator might be risking reaching their “shelf life” and going stale like a few others who need not be named, but this album puts that fear to rest. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 08

Gene Hoglan talked to us about his new instructional DVD, Galaktikon & Testament

Gene Hoglan is one of the most versatile and accomplished drummers in metal, from his career with Death and Testament to his work with Strapping Young Lad and his collaborations with Dethklok and Galaktikon, Gene Hoglan is one of the most complete extreme drummers out there.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 01

David Ellefson talks about EMP label group, coffee & Megadeth

David Ellefson is not only the bass player of thrash metal icons Megadeth, he is also is the president of EMP Label Group a relatively new record label that was created by Ellefson to launch new talent, one of those new talents is Doll Skin, a teenage punk band that David discovered in Scottsdale, AZ …

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Jan 09

Mille Petrozza of Kreator discussed the new album Gods of Violence.

After the success of their latest album Phantom Antichrist (2012), Kreator returns with Gods of Violence, a new album full of thrash metal anthems that will definitely make your heads spin at their upcoming shows when they return to North America this March/April as they are headlining the Decibel Magazine tour 2017.  Use Facebook to Comment …

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Nov 11

Ted Aguilar of Death Angel talks about touring, The Evil Divide & The Pack

Bay area thrash metal titans Death Angel recently finished a long North American tour with Slayer and Anthrax. It seems that it was a roller coaster tour for the guys of Death Angel as they had dates opening for Slayer and Anthrax that only allowed them a 30-minute set, while at some of the dates …

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Oct 31

Death Angel plays Club Red (Mesa, AZ 10/28/16)

On Friday, October 28, Death Angel played a headlining show at Club Red in Mesa, AZ. It was the third to last date of their two-month-long tour with Slayer and Anthrax. As much as I would have loved to see Slayer and Anthrax play, I was happy that this was one of Death Angel‘s headlining …

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