A little musical mojito over classic songs goes a long way, and that’s the secret ingredient for Rodrigo y Gabriela’s success in wooing the heart of May Terry.
Hot, cramped, and stinky. Canada’s Protest the Hero headlines an action-packed, sold-out, multi-band event – and Christopher Long holds his breath.
Orlando fans went metal-thrashing mad when the Anthrax/Testament tour recently decimated the House of Blues. Christopher Long was deep in the pit of it.
Various Artists (Armoury Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
11:11 (Rubyworks Records/ ATO Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Bill Hale’s slick photo collection reminds haters and fans alike of Metallica’s glory days. Even Matthew Moyer admires the redemption.
Spread the Fire (Metal Blade Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
To look at the DVD box, you might thing the Great Kat is some sort of Bizarro Nancy Wilson. Not so. She’s so much more, Matthew Moyer declares.
Slayer and Unearth bring the heaviness back to thrash and remind Orlando that metal is meant to be dangerous. Jen Cray was in the middle of it all.
One Night In Bangkok (SPV/Steamhammer). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Alive Again (SPV). Review by Matthew Moyer.
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Morning Star (Koch). Review by Stein Haukland.
Nothing says “the holiday season” like a nice, long chat with Kerry King, of America’s favorite South Of Heaven metal band, Slayer. David Lee Beowulf shares the joy of the season and discusses the band’s latest gift to their fans, God Hates Us All.
Rapture (Spitfire). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
Various Artists (Testament). Review by Chastity Carondelet
Signs of Chaos: The Best of Testament (Mayhem). Review by George Jegadesh.
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