Reactivated San Francisco-based metallers Skinlab have shared their first new music since the 2009 album release The Scars Between Us. That new music arrives via the track “End Of Silence” which is streaming below. The song was produced by Steve Hold and the video for the track was made by Mika Whitfield. Continue reading “SKINLAB Share First New Music In Nearly 10 Years”→
The birth of Australia’s Blood Duster occurred in 1991 with Jason Fuller (aka Jason PC on bass), Anthony Barry (vocals and guitar) and Andrew Brown (drums). The band’s name was taken from a John Zorn song, “Blood Duster“, off his 1989 album release, Naked City. That 3-piece version of the band was short-lived as Anthony Barry was almost immediately replaced by Troy Darlington and Callum Wilson. By their own admission, they formed with the sole purpose of being more intense than other bands that were around at that time. Continue reading “Oldschool Sunday: BLOOD DUSTER [Includes Break Up Announcement]”→
West Virginia’s Byzantine have always been one of the best, truly creative and progressive thrash metal bands in all music history. Call that opinion if you want, but I will insist it is fact. I feel the band’s own discography and history more than validates my statement, too.