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Re-Birth

We are a 5-piece thrash metal band from Baltimore. We are currently back on the road again with a vengeance; tearing up local Maryland venues like the Ottobar, Cafe 611, Club Orpheus, Sidebar Tavern, and House of Rock! 151 more words

Baltimore

Eternal Abhorrence presents "UNSILENT DEATH"

Eternal Abhorrence presents ‘UNSILENT DEATH’ – a metal/hardcore gig in Lahore, Pakistan! It will be taking place on Saturday the 26th of April at Beaconhouse National University in Room 125 (Choreography Studio) of Seeta Majid Block. 255 more words

Hardcore Punk

Jennifer Arroyo, Oh the Places You'll Go!

…on how a chance encounter and short-term friendship with a female bassist in early 1993 led to important life lessons, not to mention a two-degree separation from a popular CBS reality show. 2,109 more words

Omerta - Beginning Of The End

Beginning Of The End

Artist: Omerta
Released: 2011
Language: English
Genres: Death Metal, Thrash Metal

Track list

1. Intro

2. Grow Up From The Sickness… 8 more words

Album

Bloodthirst - Chalice of Contempt (Review)

Poland’s Bloodthirst play Black/Thrash Metal with a hard edge.

This is harsh music that positively bursts forth with pure belligerence and arrogance.

For all their severity they also find the time to introduce some melodies and leads into the proceedings which provide depth and interest. 134 more words

Metal

Review: Metal 2 The Masses - Heat 1 at Anvil, Bournemouth

(A small professional note here – the delay in this review is due to Jenna being a bit ill and eventually leaving the responsibility of reviewing to her awesome boyfriend and co-pilot, … 1,325 more words

DEATH ANGEL / KREATOR – 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE, 16th April 2014

Picture the scene: We’re in a town called Bad Arolsen which is somewhere in Germany. It’s the summer of 2008 and a group of us trekked to Europe to catch the annual metal festivals and on Wednesday, July the 9th, we were on our way to the Magic Circle Festival to witness the almighty Manowar play their first six albums in their entirety. 1,165 more words

Melbourne