MORDRED and the new EP

If there are crossover pioneers in metal it's Mordred from San Francisco, California. Belonging to the spearhead of bands that merged thrash metal with hiphop and funk, the guys released with 'Fools Game' an album that broke the chains of exciting genre limitation and opened a door to a new sound far earlier than bands... Continue Reading →

CD review WALTARI ‘Global Rock’

If there is one band on this planet that takes the word ‘crossover’ very serious, than it’s Waltari from Finland. The band, nowadays driven by Kärtsy Hatakka.and Jari Lehtinen, seems to have an endless flow of border-crossing creativity. Not forgotten is the extraordinary ‘Yeah! Yeah! Die! Die! Death Metal Symphony in Deep C’ album, a... Continue Reading →

BLACK FUTURES release ‘Never Not Nothing’

UK-based powerhouse Black Futures releases their new album 'Never Not Nothing' today. The eleven songs comprising release comes through legendary Music For Nations and carries interesting music. Industrial meets Modern Metal meets HipHop or in other word, NIN meets Ministry meets Prophets Of Rage. Tracklist: 1. N.N.N.2. Love3. Karma Ya Dig!? 4. Me.TV5. Body &... Continue Reading →

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 →

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