Goodness me, doesn’t time fly? It’s almost time for tens of thousands of people to descend on the hallowed grounds of Donnington again for the 2019 edition of Download!Keep On Reading
Austrian crossover thrashers, Insanity Alert, have released their brand new album called 666 Pack. It was released on the 25th of January via Season of Mist.Keep On Reading
Welcome to Episode 33 of the GBHBL Whiplash. A podcast where we talk about rock & metal albums/news & play tracks from upcoming underground bands. This episode we talk about the horrible fan death at a Bring Me the Horizon gig, Machine Head, Slayer, Children of Bodom, festival announcements, Metal 2 The Masses, Bloodstock and much more!
We have four tracks on this podcast coming from Goblin King, Dead Retinas, Night Raids and Jet Plane.Keep On Reading
Brazilian death metallers, Krisiun, have released a dark and viciously heavy new album called Scourge of the Enthroned. Scourge of the Enthroned was released on the 7th of September via Century Media Records.Keep On Reading
Suicidal Tendencies have released their latest album, STill Cyco Punk After All These Years through their own label, Suicidal Records. STill Cyco Punk, as we will call it for the rest of this review, is actually an almost complete rerecording of the 1996 album, solo album by Mike Muir, called Lost My Brain (Once Again).Keep On Reading
Armageddon Genesi is the new album from post-thrash metallers Eversin. Coming as the band reach the apex of their career with their most violent, heavy and furious act ever recorded. Special guests of the album are Ralph Santolla (known for his great work with Deicide but also for his contributions with Death, Obituary and many other bands) and Lee Wollenschlaeger (vocalist in Malevolent Creation). The album will released on June 29th 2018 via My Kingdom Music.Keep On Reading
Mike Patton and Dave Lombardo’s super group have just released a new EP. Coming a little out of the blue, and confusingly named the same as the album, this is Dead Cross by Dead Cross, again, but this time as an EP, and it was released via Patton’s own Ipecac Recordings.Keep On Reading