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Metal Allegiance Release Video For Scars

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Metal supergroup Metal Allegiance have released a video for “Scars” featuring Mark Osegueda of Death Angel and Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil. The band features an all-start line-up with drummer Mike Portnoy, guitarist Alex Skolnick and bassists David Ellefson and Mark Menghi. Check out the video below and read the Metal Allegiance review. Please upgrade

Metal Review: Metal Allegiance – Metal Allegiance (2015)

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Metal supergroup Metal Allegiance is taking the term supergroup to a new level. What sometimes gets labeled as a supergroup is very loose at times, especially when the term is used to describe a band that has members from bands that we have not heard of before. Metal Allegiance flips that on its head and

Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe Working With Testament’s Alex Skolnick?

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Groove metal giants Lamb of God and thrash metal legends have been touring the U.S. together along with Killswitch Engage. As you can see below, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe has been working on a new project with Testament’s guitar maestro Alex Skolnick during their downtime. One starts to think how nice it would


DAY 2                 Ahhh…day 2 brought in cooler temperatures and cloudy skies(which makes for great photos) and a new group of bands!!!  So how did day 2 live up compared to day 1?  Did it let me down and hurt my feelings or did rock like a hurricane!  Well it didn’t rain so there wasn’t

Testament Announces European Tour Dates Supporting Dark Roots of Earth

Bay Area thrash legends Testament have announced a tour of Europe in support of their most recent release, Dark Roots of Earth (read the review here). Commented guitarist Alex Skolnick: “Our last run in Europe was a blast, with people responding to the new songs as though they’re classics. It will be great to return

Metal Review: Testament – Dark Roots of Earth (2012)

Sometimes you just have to take a step back and breathe it all in. Thrash metal titans Testament are back with a vengeance with their latest release, Dark Roots of Earth. For my first few listens, I had issues with the album. I cannot lie. I liked what I heard, but it was not resonating