The Slime’s ‘Living on Borrowed Slime’ (Cursed Blessings Records) is an amphetamine tempo with the nastiest riffs and snot-nosed vocals you can imagine.
Today’s round-up of all the latest news with updates from Lamb of God, Municipal Waste, Masked Wolf, Cancer Bats and Reema.
Tales to Horrify (Pulverised Records) may entirely fail to horrify its intended target audience, but in doing so makes a bold statement regarding Opposition Party’s role as the voice of musical resistance in South-East Asia today.
Out via Season Of Mist, Nug So Vile is simply another fantastic death metal album from Cannabis Corpse that will raise your horns, and the THC level in your bloodstream.
With their latest EP The Last Rager (Nuclear Blast Records), Municipal Waste deliver a decent, albeit unfulfilling teaser of perhaps what’s to come from them on their next full-length record.
Having weighed in with a massive 43 new additions, Download Festival organisers have now added UK crossover mob Enter Shikari to the line-up. Find out more inside.
Download Festival has weighed in with another 43 new additions to the stacked bill for their 2019 rock weekender. Check out who has just been added right here!
Canada’s finest hardcore/punk outfit Comeback Kid have announced the release of brand new music in the form of a two track single titled “Beds Are Burning”.
Dude, check this interview with Will Carsola and Dave Stewart, creators of Adult Swim’s animated series, Mr. Pickles, about the show, season 3, and “Mr. Pickles Thrashtacular Tour” with Exodus and Municipal Waste.
Virgina party thrashers Municipal Waste recently started a lengthy tour that will visit 25 venues across the UK and Europe. John Gilleese squeezed up front of a packed and sweaty Sound Control in Manchester to catch the action.
The Governor is joined for the program by vocalists Tony Foresta of Municipal Waste and Barney Greenway of Napalm Death. Plus a psychedelic interview with Atlanta doom rockers Royal Thunder!
The Thrash metal giants, Municipal Waste, have had quite a year. They released their latest disc Massive Aggressive and embarked on a tour that took them through Europe and The United States. For the last five weeks they have been touring the States with Brutal Truth and Cauldron. On December 11th the tour made its final stop in the band’s hometown of Richmond, VA. I had the opportunity to sit down with lead singer Tony Foresta before the show and talk about the bands newest CD and their constant touring.