Tag: Guitar Leads

GWAR – Bloody Pit of Horror

The mighty GWAR have returned with another slab of their monstrous metal, Bloody Pit of Horror, through Metal Blade Records, their 12th full-length release. The music on Bloody Pit of Horror is as heavy as they’ve been on their last four releases. What was originally going to be a Smoot/Brockie side project, turned into a …

Eminent – Death of the Pilgram

If DREAM THEATER and PINK FLOYD had a baby, EMINENT would be the result. AVENGED SEVENFOLD, MUSE and TOOL would be their brothers and sisters, or long-lost cousins. Winners of the 2009 Project Independent Metal Showcase, the LA band’s progressive prowess, mixed with a subtle alternative sound, caters to the seasoned listener. A concoction of …

Riotgod – Riotgod

Stoner rock band RIOTGOD consist of current members of MONSTER MAGNET. Their brand of ’70s-style rock, ’90s grunge and psychedelic rock is an interesting blend. It has a familiar sound — somewhat radio-friendly — yet fresh and vibrant. Drummer Bob Pantella and bassist Jim Baglino’s association with MONSTER MAGNET will garner interest in RIOTGOD, but …

Fleshwrought – Dementia/Dyslexia

FLESHWROUGHT is a technical death metal band consisting of just two members: Navene Kopperweis (ANIMOSITY, ANIMALS AS LEADERS) and Jonny Davy (JOB FOR A COWBOY). On their Metal Blade Records debut full-length release, Dementia/Dyslexia, the duo mixes obvious death metal influences, but also delve into electronic, progressive and experimental styles of music. It was recorded …

Burning Shadows – Into the Primordial

BURNING SHADOWS play US power metal with touches of Euro power metal and traditional metal. Formed in 2000 in Rockville, Maryland, the band has endured numerous lineup changes in its existence. They’ve had bad luck with drummers, and now find themselves in search for yet another skinsman, their fifth overall. BURNING SHADOWS debut full-length Into …

Blaze Bayley – Promise and Terror

Former WOLFSBANE and IRON MAIDEN vocalist Blaze Bayley was never largely accepted as Bruce Dickinson’s replacement in IRON MAIDEN back in 1994 during his five-year tenure with the band, while recording two albums for the British heavy metal veterans. The problem most die-hard Maiden fans had with Blaze was his vocal range, it was too …

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