2012 represented the tail end to the heights of the thrash metal resurgence in the 2000s, with numerous strong albums released that year by both the old and new guard.
Whilst Australians were all preparing for umbrella drinks, Christmas hams and the annual blood bath at the mall Exodus wrapped up a string of shows on the west coast of the USA dur
Like label mates Testament and Overkill, thrash veterans Exodus seem to be carrying the banner for the genre in a fashion the big 4 ju
Legendary thrash metal band Exodus have revealed the never-before-seen album art for their upcoming album, Blood In, Blood Out, which is scheduled to be hitting retail and
As Metal As Fuck has celebrated 30 Years of Thrash this past month, it seems appropriate to have a chat with Mr.
The prison system, inherently unjust and inhumane
Is the ultimate expression of injustice
And inhumanity in the society at large.
Those of us on the outside do not like
My nerves are a little on edge when I get the phone call. Why the nerves, you ask?
I was under the impression I'd be interviewing Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O’Brien so it was a bit of a surprise when Rob Barrett, the oth
Some interviews are like pulling teeth but this one with Mike Tiner, bassist with All Shall Perish (ASP) was golden; he’s easy to talk to, articulate and a b