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Album review: BBQT – ‘Lets Go’ (No Front Teeth Records)

May 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

BBQT – ‘Lets Go’ (No Front Teeth Records) https://ift.tt/2IXiCPN When Dom D found out there was a band in Austin, Texas, who had the pop sass of early Blondie and loved to turn their guitars up to ten and rock out like The Ramones or The Buzzcocks, how could he not investigate further? Especially when it was released on one of his favourite record labels? You can find the result of his investigation on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews https://ift.tt/2IEZSRT [read on]

Album review: Spiders – ‘Killer Machine’ (Spinefarm Records)

May 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

Spiders – ‘Killer Machine’ (Spinefarm Records) https://ift.tt/2rVtYtY Not The Black Spiders, nor The Spiders From Mars. Not even those glam slam kings of noise Spiders & Snakes. The simply monikered Spiders hail from Gothenburg, Sweden and, like at least two of the above acts their sound, is buried deep in the ‘70s: so far down in the 70’s that they surely must eat Pop Tarts for breakfast while watching re-runs of Starsky & Hutch. In fact, Ben H would put money on these guys thinking Twitter was something birds did in the morning and a hash tag was a game that stoners played: from CD Reviews [read on]

The Wolf Marshall Legacy

May 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS settings of the originating site. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: https://ift.tt/2KC2Nek By Andrew Catania Wolf Marshall, one of the best guitar players, educators and note-by-note transcribers that exist! With more than 30 years of experience as a pedagogue, Wolf has been establishing himself as a teacher that puts in their students’ hands unlimited resources to learn different musical styles from different eras. From jazz to early rock and roll, from psychedelic to pop, from country music to heavy metal shred guitar.  Wolf just covered [read on]

Album review: Overkill – ‘Live in Overhausen’ (Nuclear Blast)

May 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

Overkill – ‘Live in Overhausen’ (Nuclear Blast) https://ift.tt/2rWKzfY Gerald S kicks off this review with the caveat that Overkill are his favourite thrash band of all time – although, he is quick to add that he’s not a fan of everything they have produced during their 30+ year career. So, what will he make of this live recording from last year’s special ‘Horrorscope/Feel The Fire’ anniversary show in front of a bunch of rabid fans in Germany? Well, there’s only one way to find out, isn’t there? from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Dimmu Borgir – ‘Eonian’ (Nuclear Blast)

May 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Dimmu Borgir – ‘Eonian’ (Nuclear Blast) https://ift.tt/2IuPiN3 Almost a decade since they split public opinion with the controversial ‘Abrahadabra,’ Dimmu Borgir return with ‘Eonian.’ The Norwegian black metal institution have been working on their tenth album since 2013 and there’s going to be a level of expectation that’s almost impossible to reach. Even so, it’s clear that Shagrath and co. have been writing for themselves and nobody else. Find out what we mean on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Dimmu Borgir – ‘Eonian’ (Nuclear Blast)

May 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Dimmu Borgir – ‘Eonian’ (Nuclear Blast) https://ift.tt/2IuPiN3 Almost a decade since they split public opinion with the controversial ‘Abrahadabra,’ Dimmu Borgir return with ‘Eonian.’ The Norwegian black metal institution have been working on their tenth album since 2013 and there’s going to be a level of expectation that’s almost impossible to reach. Even so, it’s clear that Shagrath and co. have been writing for themselves and nobody else. Find out what we mean on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Dimmu Borgir – ‘Eonian’ (Nuclear Blast)

May 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Dimmu Borgir – ‘Eonian’ (Nuclear Blast) https://ift.tt/2IuPiN3 Almost a decade since they split public opinion with the controversial ‘Abrahadabra,’ Dimmu Borgir return with ‘Eonian.’ The Norwegian black metal institution have been working on their tenth album since 2013 and there’s going to be a level of expectation that’s almost impossible to reach. Even so, it’s clear that Shagrath and co. have been writing for themselves and nobody else. Fond out what we mean on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Lamb Of God Release Their Full-Length Covers Album As Burn The Priest – Legion XX

May 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS settings of the originating site. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: https://ift.tt/2rVSKt7 Today, RIAA-certified, Billboard chart-topping, five-time Grammy-nominated Richmond, VA band LAMB OF GOD is pleased to release their highly-anticipated full-length covers album as BURN THE PRIEST, Legion: XX, via Epic Records. The album is a collection of songs reflecting the greatness of the classic punk, hardcore, crossover and noise artists that influenced them in their formative years, released in celebration of BURN THE PRIEST’s upcoming 20th [read on]

Lamb Of God Release Their Full-Length Covers Album As Burn The Priest – Legion XX

May 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS settings of the originating site. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: https://ift.tt/2rVSKt7 Today, RIAA-certified, Billboard chart-topping, five-time Grammy-nominated Richmond, VA band LAMB OF GOD is pleased to release their highly-anticipated full-length covers album as BURN THE PRIEST, Legion: XX, via Epic Records. The album is a collection of songs reflecting the greatness of the classic punk, hardcore, crossover and noise artists that influenced them in their formative years, released in celebration of BURN THE PRIEST’s upcoming 20th [read on]