Check out life on the road with Aussie hardcore upstarts Speed (Flatspot Records) in this exhilarating mini-documentary from Jack Rudder.
Out now via Steamhammer, Partisan demonstrates that Sodom have got through what could have been a risky period, emerging in fine form and with fire in their hearts.
No doubt the one that they’ve been waiting for, Warbringer’s fifth release (first for Napalm Records) is a blurring and progressively-frenetic masterpiece according to us here.
On the inaugural episode of Tattoo Talk, Soilwork frontman Bjorn “Speed” Strid discusses the stories behind a whole bunch of his tattoos. Which tattoo was Strid’s first, or maybe his most painful? Find out here!
Soilwork’s frontman, Bjorn “Speed” Strid, gave us this crazy Tales of Touring Terror (#ToTT) story from France’s Hellfest that we’ve dubbed “Into The Pit.”
So, the final day arrives and the amount of Slayer shirts seen around the site would indicate that, for all their appearances at Download and Sonisphere, Bloodstock is their rightful home and this is their crowd.
For reasons unbeknownst to me, when I hear or see the name Soilwork, it always seems to emit elaborate mental visions. For instance, the name produces images of gargantuan, extravagant and rusted machines, erratically cluttered with various cogs and levers, surrounded by a slew of skeletons, chains and other oddities.