Tag Archives: MEGADETH

Serpent – ‘Fear’ EP

Serpent are a young – make that ridiculously so – thrash band from the historic market town of Cookstown (best known for its amazing sausages and having the widest high street in the British Isles!), in that part of Norn Iron known as being “west of the Bann”, and therefore …

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Huron – ‘War Party’ EP

I must admit, it came as somewhat of a surprise:  flicking through the PM archive, yours truly discovered that, despite the amount of coverage we have given to Plymouth groove metallers Huron over the past 12 months or so, we’ve actually been somewhat remiss in failing to cast our critical …

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Red Lamb – ‘Red Lamb’

It was probably inevitable that, almost 30 years down the line, some members of the ‘Big Four’ would start collaborating at one level or another – but the teaming of Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine and original Anthrax guitarist Dan Spitz may not seem to be the most obvious couple to …

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Guitar Universe Tour, Dublin, The Village 13 Oct

The Guitar Universe Tour came to Dublin on 13 October and took over the Village venue. Not just about promoting the new releases of the artist’s, this tour was more about bringing something new and different to the masses. While Marty Friedman had Bad DNA and Tokyo Jukebox 2 to …

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Knight Fury – interview with guitarist Chris Sanders.

I had the pleasure of catching up with Chris Sanders, guitarist from Knight Fury for this interview. We find out more about the band, their influences, debut album ‘Time to Rock’ , Chris gives us a quick track by track description of each track, what their plans are and so …

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Reign of Fury – World Detonation Review

Releasing a debut album in this day and age isn’t hard for a band to do.  Anyone with their hands on a PC or Mac can create one in the blink of an eye.  Releasing a debut album that is of a high quality and professional standard though IS hard, …

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Sleepy Hollow – Skull 13 (c.d)

  When you hear the name Sleepy Hollow everyUSMetal-maniac will go nuts. The band only released one demo (“A Legend Retold“) in 1989 and the self-titled album in 1991. But unfortunately, after that they got buried and forgotten. Now, 20 years later, they return with their second full length-album “Skull …

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Scimitar – ‘Demo’

This debut demo by this new young Belfast thrash band is an impressive statement of intent from such an inexperienced outfit. Fittingly featuring a militaristic drum beat at the start, opener ‘The Act Of War’ is reminiscent of a faster, looser young Megadeth, especially in the rhythm patterns and vocals, …

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Deadly Inscription – Substance (E.P)

Deadly Inscription are a four piece Glasgow based metal band.  Having headlined and played their way through venues including, Glasgow Barrowlands, Manchester Academy and the Paisley Wynd they have finally brought out a new e.p to spread their unique brand of technical metalcore further a field. ”One Against The World” …

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Slander Interviewed April 2012

This is Lee Walker from Planet Mosh meeting up with the guys from Slander. LW – Thanks for taking the time out to discuss things Slander related for the Planetmosh readers. LW – For the people out there just discovering Slander as a result of this interview how did the …

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HellXhere – HellXhere

The French heavy metal scene isn’t known for its international impact – personally, and without the aid of Google or Wikipedia, I can count less than a handful bands who have made any sort of significant impact outside their homeland: Trust, of course, who in turn give us the living …

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