CD review MEGADETH ‘Warheads on Foreheads’

(*/10) The moment Dave Mustaine and Metallica partedways not that many metalheads could predict a such successful career of the guitarist. I guess almost no one would have said that Mustaine will start an own band that’s still around after more then three decades.  Mustaine, together with Dave Ellefson, Greg Handevist and Dijon Carruthers, represented the... Continue Reading →

CD review IRON SAVIOR ‘Kill or Get Killed’

(8/10) Fans of Teutonic metal can positively look forward to March, the month when German metal veterans Iron Savior will release their newest album. It’s entitled ‘Kill or Get Killed’ and it’s the bands 11th full-length studio record. Band leader Piet Sielck started the band in 1996 together with no less than Kai Hansen and... Continue Reading →

DESTRUCTION’s new guitarist

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 →

CD review RAVAGER ‘Thrashletics’

(7/10) Germany's thrash metal scene includes with Kreator, Destruction and Sodom some real pioneers and it's these legendary thrash bands that constantly inspire young bands up to date. Bands like Traitor gained momentum over the last years and here comes another band that wants to leave their footprint. Ravager from Lower Saxony was founded four... Continue Reading →

CD review DUST BOLT ‘Trapped in Chaos’

(8/10) 'Trapped in Chaos is the fourth strike of German metallers Dust Bolt and it's the most mature release of the quartet to date. Dust Bolt, that means thrash metal from Bavaria and the new longplayer doesn't deviate from this general direction. Nine songs made it on the tracking list of 'Trapped in Chaos', standing... Continue Reading →

CD review METAL INQUISITOR ‘Panopticon”

(8/10) Koblenz-basedMetal Inquisitor might not be the band with a high-frequent release pattern, but every album so far for sure provided quality. It takes between 4-5 years for the band to come with a next longplayer, beginning with the debut ‘The Apparition’ from 2002. Good things come to those who wait, seems to be the... Continue Reading →

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