Tag Archives: Groove Metal

Metal Review: Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds (2014)

Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds

Groove metal giants Machine are back with their eighth full-length studio release, “Bloodstone & Diamonds,” and it is exactly what I expected – an absolutely crushing riff fest that fits within the Machine Head arsenal perfectly. In the last three years since the release of “Unto the Locust,” the band has dealt with some turbulent

Machine Head Streaming Entire New Album Bloodstone & Diamonds

Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds

Groove metal giants Machine Head are streaming their new album, “Bloodstone & Diamonds,” in its entirety. Check it out below. The album will be out tomorrow in Europe via Nuclear Blast Entertainment and November 10, 2014 in the UK and North America. Please upgrade your browser Bloodstone & Diamonds Tracklisting 01. Now We Die 02.

Machine Head Premieres New Song Night of Long Knives

Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds

Groove metal giants Machine Head have premiered a new track from their eighth full-length album, “Bloodstone & Diamonds,” which hits shelves on November 10, 2014 (North America and UK) and November 7, 2014 (Europe) via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Please upgrade your browser

Concert Photos: Black Label Society: June 21, 2014: Metal Fest 2014, Loreley, Germany

Black Label Society

Check out TJ Fowler’s pictures of Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society from Metal Fest 2014 in Loreley, Germany on June 21, 2014. TJ Fowler Skullbanger Media Fowler Photography Official Website Fowler Photography Facebook Page Flickr Photo Gallery Please upgrade your browser

Prong Release Video For Remove, Separate Self

Prong: Ruining Lives

Groove metal veterans Prong are gearing up to hit the road this September in North America in support of their latest release, “Ruining Lives (read the Ruining Lives review),” which came out earlier this year via SPV/Steamhammer. Prong recently filmed a new video for the song Remove, Separate Self. Brian Cox and Marcelo Palomino directed

Metal Review: Sepultura and Les Tambours Du Bronx: Metal Veins – Alive at Rock in Rio (2014)

Sepultura and Les Tambours Du Bronx: Metal Veins - Alive at Rock in Rio

Brazilian powerhouse Sepultura was joined on stage by the French industrial percussion band Les Tambours Du Bronx (The Drums of the Bronx), who formed in 1987 and contains 16 drummers. “Metal Veins – Alive at Rock in Rio” contains 13 tracks featuring some Sepultura classics along with new material, four songs by Les Tambours Du

Cavalera Conspiracy Debut New Song Bonzai Kamakazi

Cavalera Conspiracy: Pandemonium

Cavalera Conspiracy debuted a new song today called Bonzai Kamakazi off of their new album “Pandemonium,” the follow-up to “Blunt Force Trauma.” “Pandemonium” comes out on October 31, 2014 (Europe) and November 4, 2014 in North America on Napalm Records. Check out Bonzai Kamakazi here. Max Cavalera tells about the song: “This song is about

Machine Head Announces New Album Title, Cover and More

Machine Head: Bloodstone & Diamonds

Machine Head have revealed more about their upcoming album entitled “Bloodstone & Diamonds.” The tracklisting and cover artwork was also made available. Robert “Robb” Flynn explains the album title: “Without getting too philosophical on ya, bloodstone and diamonds represent two of the hardest materials on earth, it is also a lyric from the opening track

Godsmack Posts 1000hp Music Video

Godsmack: 1000hp

Boston’s Godsmack posted a new music video for the title track off of “1000hp” (read the 1000hp review). 1000hp Tracklisting 1. 1000hp 2. Fml 3. Something Different 4. What’s Next? 5. Generation Day 6. Locked & Loaded 7. Living in the Gray 8. I Don’t Belong 9. Nothing Comes Easy 10. Turning to Stone Please

Metal Review: Godsmack: 1000hp (2014)

Godsmack: 1000hp

Boston, Massachusetts’s groove metal giants Godsmack are back with their sixth full-length studio release, “1000hp” four years after “The Oracle,” their most recent studio album. Seeing as though “The Oracle” came after “IV” by four years, this pattern of four years between studio albums is becoming quite normal. Of course, the band has released albums