Tag Archives: Thrash Metal

Sanctuary Release Lyric Video For New Song Exitium (Anthem of the Living)

Sanctuary: The Year the Sun Died

Seattle’s reunited Sanctuary previously released the track Arise and Purify from their new album “The Year the Sun Died.” The band has now posted a lyric video for another new track, Exitium (Anthem of the Living), and it is frakkin’ awesome. This is what I have been waiting for since the reunion. Check it out

Exodus Streaming New Song Salt the Wound Online Featuring Metallica’s Kirk Hammett

Exodus: Blood In, Blood Out

Thrash metal giants Exodus are now streaming Salt the Wound from their upcoming album “Blood In, Blood Out.” This is the first album with Steve “Zetro” Souza on vocals since “Tempo of the Damned.” Salt the Wound features a guitar solo from original Exodus guitarist Kirk Hammett (Metallica). Guitarist Gary Holt offered: “Having Kirk play

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

Sanctuary New Album Artwork and Tracklisting

Sanctuary: The Year the Sun Died

Seattle’s Sanctuary is getting set to release their first new album since 1990. The band led by former Nevermore vocalist singer Warrel Dane have shared the artwork to their upcoming album, “The Year the Sun Died,” which was created by the acclaimed artist Travis Smith (Opeth, Nevermore). The album will be released on October 6,

Exodus Reveals Release Date and Album Art For Blood In, Blood Out

Exodus: Blood In, Blood Out

For Immediate Release July 31, 2014 EXODUS Reveals Album Art for “Blood In, Blood Out” – New Album Coming October 14, 2014 via Nuclear Blast Going Fast! Get Your VIP Packs for Upcoming Tour Featuring Headliners SLAYER and Special Guests SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Legendary thrash metal band EXODUS have revealed the never-before-seen album art for their

Metal Review: Overkill: White Devil Armory (2014)

Overkill: White Devil Armory

Isn’t it funny how the little thrash metal band from New Jersey that could do no right are one of the bands carrying the torch for thrash all these years later? Back in the day, when thrash was thriving, there were a handful of bands that stood out above the rest. Some of these went

Overkill Releases Bitter Pill Music Video

Overkill White Devil Armory

New Jersey thrash metal veterans Overkill have released an official music video for the track Bitter Pill, taken from brand new album “White Devil Armory.” Commented vocalist Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth: “Hello world, metal world, thrash world! WDA has landed and you my friends are the fucking recipients of the carnage! So, stand up, assume the

Video Interview: Tankard Tuska 2014

TJ from Skullbanger Media sits down with Gerre of the thrash metal band Tankard who just released their new album “R.I.B.” We discuss the bands musical career, their more serious songs and have a fun time all around. Video interview originally posted at http://skullbanger.net/2014/06/28/video-interview-tankard-tuska-2014/ Please upgrade your browser

Overkill Streaming Lyric Video For New Single Armorist

Overkill White Devil Armory

New Jersey thrash veterans Overkill are streaming a lyric video for the band’s new single Armorist taken from the band’s forthcoming new studio album “White Devil Armory.” The album will be released on the July 18, 2014 in Europe and July 22, 2014 in the U.S. Please upgrade your browser

Metal Review: Dust Bolt: Awake The Riot (2014)

Dust Bolt Awake the Riot

Germany’s Dust Bolt sophomore effort, “Awake the Riot,” is like taking a time machine back to the 80s when thrash was thriving and everyone wanted to emulate Metallica’a “Kill ‘em All.” Those were great times, but as all of these eras always do, its time came and went leaving behind a few bands that evolved