CD review ZEBRAHEAD ‘Brain Invaders’

(8/10) US-punk ambassadors Zebrahead had their foundation in the late '90s and it's 'Brain Invaders' being theirnewest delivery in the here and now. The quintet recorded 14 new songs with the first one being a real musical wrecking ball. I had to check the CD if it's right one that went into the player. 'When... Continue Reading →

CD review MARK MORTON ‘Anesthetic’

(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 →

CD review SHVPES ‘Greater Than’

(8/10) Being ‘the kid of…’ can be advantage and burden at ones. Especially the kids of Iron Maiden musicians seem to be pretty active and there is almost no review that doesn’t link the youngsters to the famous father. Lauren Harris, daughter of Maiden bassist Steve Harris, is such an example and the same goes... Continue Reading →

Classics: MORDRED ‘Fool’s Game’

Today I want to take you back into 1989, a time when San Francisco-based Mordred premiered with 'Fool's Game'. After having produced three demo tapes the guys could ink a contract with Noise International and released a debut that showed a well-executed fusion of thrash metal and funk. In the second half of the 80's thrash... Continue Reading →

CD review WILSON ‘Tasty Nasty’

(5/10) Detroit Rock City - is it Wilson's new album that can underline the statement? Not really. The band, that has its starting point in 2010, has released two quite successful records with the latest one being entitled ‘Right to Rise’. Three years later the band comes around the corner with a new longplayer and... Continue Reading →

TOM MORELLO announces ‘The Atlas Undergorund’

Tom Morello announced a new collaboration he started, leading to an album entitled ‘The Atlas Underground’. The list of guests, contributing to the longplayer, features musicians like Marcus Mumford, Portugal. The Man, Bassnectar, The Wu-Tang Clan-Members RZA and GZA, Vic Mensa, K. Flay, Big Boi, Gary Clark Jr., Pretty Lights, Killer Mike, Steve Aoki and... Continue Reading →

CD review POWERFLO ‘Bring That Shit Back’ EP

(*/10) Right in time for their European shows Powerflo releases an EP entitled ‘Bring that Shit Back’. For the ones that missed Powerflo so far – Powerflo, that’s Cypress Hill rapper Sen Dog, downset guitarist Rogelio “Roy” Lozano, Biohazard singer und guitarist Billy Graziadei, Fear Factory bass player Christian Olde Wolbers und Worst drummer Fernando... Continue Reading →

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