“When something has consumed you to the point you feel you can’t come back from it, ‘Deadlands’ is a place where you can take that toxicity…and destroy it.”
With an in-your-face rhythm section, soaring guitar leads, and evocative vocal melodies and harmonies, Broken Machine’s sonic palette is equal parts moody, cathartic, and angst-forward, think Alice In Chains and Stone Temple Pilots meet Foo Fighters.
Interview by Robert Cavuoto The powerhouse guitar-driven band, Alcatrazz, will release their long-awaited new studio CD, Born Innocent, via Silver Lining Music on July 31st. The heavy-hitting, melodic metal band lead by legendary singer Graham Bonnet throws down the gauntlet with a no holds barred powerful CD. It is the follow up to their 1986 […]
Icarus Falls are the band you hear in the covered tent at the festival, you look at your mate, nod your head towards the sound and say, “shall we?”. You wonder in, and half an hour later, find yourselves debating your favourite riff.
After celebrating, or indeed, commiserating 30 years of their doom and death metal career, Paradise Lost, have decided to flip direction with their 16th release.
However, despite the way this album ends, I shall be playing this album very loudly this summer, with a drink in hand and dancing round the garden like a loon, trying to forget that all my summer festivals have been cancelled, as it is ultimately an album of Alestorm doing what they do best, Pirate metal party songs, and for that I shall have a rum for them.
Having performed with the likes of BB King, Johnny Winter and Buddy Guy. Often, being compared to the greats of any particular genre can weigh heavily and become a burden however, Albert Cummings seems to be positively thriving and this latest release, Believe, shows just why his stock is continually rising.
Amazing feedback is great as you never know, you work your arse off on all the songs and then you throw it in to the world and you hope that people appreciate it.
‘Shout’ is a thumping, call to action, epic of a track, which is sure to be a crowd pleaser when the guys tour later this year. Whilst ‘Shitstorm’ has that kind of intro that you know is going to build to a kick ass tune and it does not disappoint.