Author: Lindsay

  • Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rhys Fulber

    Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rhys Fulber

    Often styled as “The Fifth Member” or “The Honorary Member” of Fear Factory, Rhys Fulber has been there from the band’s early days. At the time, Rhys‘ band Front Line Assembly were signed to UK label Third Mind which was bought out by Roadrunner Records. It was then that he was originally recruited to assist […]

  • Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special – DJ Zardonic

    Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special – DJ Zardonic

    When the worlds of drum and bass and heavy metal collide, you’ll find DJ Zardonic at ground zero of a high energy impact point. Born in Venezuela and currently based in Germany, the artist and sound engineer blends genres whether it’s his own music or remixes; either way the passion is very much real. An […]

  • Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rob Gee

    Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rob Gee

    Known as “The Gabber Guru,” Rob Gee is the only DJ of his kind to regularly merge the genres of metal, rock, hip hop and hardcore in his sets. Utilising the likes of Slipknot, Hatebreed, Biohazard and System of a Down (to name a few), Rob Gee has proven that there are absolutely no boundaries […]

  • Fear Factory”Recoded” (Adapt Or Die) DJ Special: Blush Response

    Fear Factory”Recoded” (Adapt Or Die) DJ Special: Blush Response

    Combining Industrial and IDM (Intelligent Dance Music) with techno to create a dark, heavy and impressive sound which resonates across multiple genres, Blush Response is just one of the powerhouses brought in to help form Fear Factory‘s new remix album “Recoded” (Adapt or Die); the first remix album in 25 years. Joey Blush is the […]

  • Album Review: Slipknot – The End, So Far

    Album Review: Slipknot – The End, So Far

    When the Iowan monster machine that is Slipknot steamrolled their way on to Ozzfest in 1999 with their debut self-titled album ‘Slipknot,’ they started what can only be described as a brutal assault of a legacy. Who were these 9 masked freaks bouncing about on-stage setting fire to shit and destroying one another? Anger, angst, […]

  • Unsigned of the Month – Ashen Crown

    Unsigned of the Month – Ashen Crown

    Loud, heavy, dark, atmospheric, grandiose, occasionally melodic, always epic, Ashen Crown have something for everyone. The extreme/death metal hybrid quintet from the West Midlands, UK have already made their stage presence known having played the likes of Bloodstock Open Air, Hammerfest and Amplified. An electrifying and raw brutal energy full of epic riffs and crushing […]

  • Album Review: Behemoth – Opvs Contra Natvram

    Album Review: Behemoth – Opvs Contra Natvram

    Behemoth are one of the driving forces of the extreme metal scene. Never one to shy away from the epic and the magnificent, the band have consistently released one blinder of a record after another. Even in the face of legalities with the Polish Church, Nergal and co continue to push the boundaries and throw […]

  • Album Review: Blind Guardian – The God Machine

    Album Review: Blind Guardian – The God Machine

    German power metal veterans Blind Guardian have never shied away from the grandiose and the epic. Whether that’s the mammoth operatic and orchestral journey that is 2019’s Legacy of the Dark Lands or the stunning aggression of their formative years, the Bards know how to make a monumental impact. “The God Machine” is the band’s […]

  • Album Review: Trauma – Awakening

    Album Review: Trauma – Awakening

    80s Bay Area Thrash Metal is making a sonic-speed comeback in to the 21st Century with one of the lesser spoken about pioneers at its helm. TRAUMA emerged in the first wave of the scene back in 1981; a scene most notable for producing the likes of Exodus, Testament and Metallica. An important year for […]