We reviewed Korn’s ELEVENTH ALBUM. ELEVENTH. It’s called The Paradigm Shift. Go and read it: http://www.thrashhits.com/?p=44848 #Korn #ParadigmShift #Head #Fieldy #Munky #review #thrashhits
REVIEWED: Antlered Man - The Devil Is Them http://www.thrashhits.com/?p=44719 #review #album #london #thrashhits
We review Infinitas, the new album from @circles_band: http://www.thrashhits.com/?p=44686 #circles #djent #infinitas #review #thrashhits #australia #metal
Decent post day for the #Metallica… family.
Dylan Hughes’ mixtape for Live Evil 2013 is killer.
Tyler: We started an Issues twerk team, because of the phenomenon of twerking. It’s funny, it’s a joke obviously. People don’t take twerking too seriously. Miley’s just having a good time and she’s tapping into the twerking market and the ratchet market. At the end of the day everybody knows it’s just a joke and so we decided as a metal band that’s not afraid to be involved with what’s popular in the top 40, we thought it would be funny. But no I don’t think there will ever be a twerk pit. I don’t think our fans know how to twerk.
Last week saw R&B/metal crossover merchants Issues play their first London show at the Islington Academy, as part of a co-headline jaunt around they UK with Crown The Empire. Gavin Lloyd caught up with the band’s two front men Tyler Carter (he’s the one that sings the nice bits) and Michael Bohn (he’s the shouty one) to discuss their unique sound, their taste in music, their fans and twerking, obviously.
In a bizarre coincidence, 65 per cent of all articles written about 65daysofstatic feature the word “unstoppable” in them. It may be a direct quote of the sample in ‘Retreat! Retreat!’ from the Sheffield post-rockers’ debut album, The Fall of Math or it may be cleverly sculpted into a different slab of hyperbole, there to indicate that 65dos can do no wrong. That’s lazy journalism, that is. And you can say that line about stats being made up in your own head.
I remember talking to my Dad lots when I was younger about my name. “Doyle” takes it root from the gaelic Dubhghall, which means “dark stranger” and whenever I felt shit at school I told myself that being an outsider somehow ran in my veins – in my very name. Combine this with being the only boy in my family since my father ,and the fact that I am the only route by which my surname can live on and you could say that my moniker means a lot to me. It would be a real shame if some stupid rock band came along and fucked it all up, wouldn’t it?
REVIEWED: Vertikal II by Cult of Luna #CultofLuna #Sweden #IndieRecordings #EP #VertikalII #PostMetal http://www.thrashhits.com/?p=44357
REVIEWED: Anonymous by Stray From The Path #Anonymous #SFTP #StrayFromThePath #NP #NowPlaying #BLEH #Raz http://www.thrashhits.com/?p=44451
We tried to do an email interview with Wolvserpent a few years ago (which fell through for a variety of reasons). It was just after they changed their name from Pussygutt, which while being a) memorable, and b) kind of funny if you say it out loud over and over again, didn’t quite convey the air of menace that their unholy mix of occult doom, spaced-out drone and blackened moodiness really deserved. Hence: the name change to Wolvserpent. They also got the attention of Relapse Records, who signed them up to release the band’s latest long-player – and out pick for If You Buy One thing This Week – Perigaea Antahkarana.
REVIEWED: Nation by TRC #TRC #Nation #TheRevolutionContinues #WeBringWar http://www.thrashhits.com/?p=44355