10 Best Metallica Single Releases

It wasn’t an easy task to pin down only 10 songs, especially since the first five albums are all phenomenal and there are even a handful of great songs on the post-black album era. Anyhow, here is my selection. […]

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Sabaton “The Last Stand” (2016) Review + Interview with Pär Sundström

I had the great pleasure to listen to the forthcoming Sabaton record, The Last Stand, which is set to hit the shelves on August 19, 2016. It’s Sabaton’s 8th studio album and in my books one of their stronger albums. The concept […]

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Live in America (2001) by Victor Wooten: Full of energy and out-of-this-world bass playing

Victor Wooten’s Live In America album was released as a double disc in 2001 and encompasses highlights of the Yin Yang tour. Next to Victor’s excellent bass playing, the album includes performances by Regi Wooten, Joseph Wooten, and [..]

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The Evil Divide (2016): My favourite Death Angel album

Death Angel is one of those bands that I count in ‘The Other Big 4’. The band around frontman Mark Osegueda prove once again that they’re worthy of that title. Their 8th studio album, The Evil Divide, was released on May 27th, 2016 through Nuclear Blast, produced by Jason Suecof and it just rocks! […]

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My Bloody Roots: From Sepultura to Soulfly and beyond – The Autobiography by Max Cavalera with Joel McIver

[…] when I finally got around to reading My Bloody Roots, the story came full-circle. The book elaborates on many different aspects of Max’s life. It recounts not necessarily the life of a famous musician, but the life of an interesting man. […]

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Spirit, energy, and excellent songs: Flotsam and Jetsam reinvent themselves with their self-titled new album

Flotsam and Jetsam have been one of those bands that never received enough credit for the great work and for how they have kept on going since the 1980s. Not only have they released thrash metal classics such as Doomsday for the Deceiver (1986), No Place for Disgrace (1988), and When the Storm Comes Down (1990), they have kept going when […]

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Ozzy Osbourne Studio Albums Ranked «Worst To Best»

Ozzy Osbourne, lovingly known as The Prince of Darkness, wrote heavy metal history with his first band Black Sabbath in the 1970s and continued writing music history with his solo career from 1980 to 2010. His solo discography includes 11 studio albums, which we will rank from worst to best in this article. This ranking is subjective and I base it on my personal taste and feelings that each album evokes in me. […]

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Under Attack (2016) by Destruction: Fast, hard, aggressive …cliché, but a good thing.

Destruction has been one of the main pioneering German thrash metal bands for over three decades now. I did not grow up listening to their music as a fan, but their interesting artwork always caught my attention and I ended up giving their albums a good amount of spins in record stores, at friends houses, and occasionally bought an album. What I need to say, though, is that […]

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