Bloodlust (2017) by Body Count: Raw energy with sonic and emotional sophistication and intellect

Fast forward 3 years – enter Bloodlust (2017). In a time when the world seems more culturally and politically divided than ever, in a time when extremes become the new normal, the messages that Body Count has been giving us for the past 25 years still hold true today.

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Megadeth Studio Albums Ranked «Worst To Best»

This ranking of Megadeth albums, ranked from worst to best, is to be understood as completely subjective as there is no accounting for taste. This is ‘my ranking’, and understand that I’m a child of the Rust in Peace and Countdown to Extinction era. Nevertheless, I’m very interested to know what your ranking looks like. Feel free to comment in the comment section. […]

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Megadeth’s Dystopia (2016): The illicit offspring of Risk and The World Needs a Hero – and that is a good thing!

It is finally here. Dave Mustaine and his men present the 15th studio album of Megadeth: Dystopia. After a few albums which did not satisfy the very high exception I always have when a new Megadeth album comes out, this one was able to positively surprise me. […]

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Megadeth – Rude Awakening (2002)

Rude Awakening is the first official live album by American heavy metal legends Megadeth and was released on CD and DVD by Sanctuary Records on March 19, and April 9, 2002, respectively. All tracks were recorded at Rialto Theatre in Tucson, Arizona on November 16, 2001, and at the Web Theater in Phoenix, Arizona on November 17, 2001. […]

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The 10 Most Influential Guitar Players Of The Modern Era of Heavy Metal

Of course, this is a subjective matter, and therefore, I don’t mean to step on anyone’s toes. Nonetheless, I have created a list with 10 guitarists that I personally think should have made that list. […]

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Megadeth – Countdown to Extinction (1992)

Countdown to Extinction, the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth, released on July 14, 1992, changed my perception of the band. Before this album was released, I considered Megadeth to be the little brother of Metallica, trying to catch up with the already legendary Bay Area thrashers. But due to what I consider intellectual metal riffs, Countdown to Extinction falls into the category “masterpieces of 90s heavy metal”. […]

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