Dream Theater’s keyboard virtuoso Jordan Rudess announced the release of his first solo album. ‘Wired for Madness’ will be released on April 19th through Music Theories Recordings and HERE comes a first appetizer.
Today, German thrash-legends DESTRUCTION are proud to welcome Damir Eskic as their second guitarist alongside with original guitar slinger Mike. Damir is a Swiss guitar player with Bosnian decent and works as a guitar teacher, himself being a former pupil of Tommy Vetterli (Coroner). He also plays in a Heavy Metal band called Gomorra and... Continue Reading →
(9/10) ‘Anesthetic’ isn’t an album that was done overnight with Lamb Of God guitarist Mark Morton gathering ideas and creative thoughts for many moons. Being inspired by many different styles and genres, Morton‘s debut is a kaleidoscope of music and genres. The record features thrash metal as well as it includes alternative sounds and typical... Continue Reading →
(9/10) One of the underground highlights of the early 2019 is hailing from Chicago. Thrash pioneers Usurper return with a new album, a frosty one. ‘Lords of the Permafrost’ is the title of the band’s sixth full-length album and it’s the first one in 14 years. Usurper’s founding date is way back in time. It... Continue Reading →
NWOBHM pioneers Diamond Head are thrilled to announce they have signed a worldwide record deal with international label: Silver Lining Music. “We’re delighted to be bringing the Diamond Head lightning to our new family at Silver Lining Music and honoured to be standing alongside a stable of established international talent, which includes such legends as Saxon, Europe... Continue Reading →
Doom pioneers Saint Vitus revealed some first details of the upcoming album. The album contains a tracklist that looks like this: 1. Remains (6:23)2. A Prelude to... (3:20)3. Bloodshed (3:04)4. 12 Years In The Tomb (5:24)5. Wormhole (5:22)6. Hour Glass (5:23)7. City Park (4:01)8. Last Breath (6:38)9. Useless (1:32) The album is simply entitled 'Saint Vitus' and... Continue Reading →