Category: Lindsay C.

  • Dino Cazares and Tim “Ripper” Owens, Dee Snider and other musicians thank “This Day In Metal”

    Dino Cazares and Tim “Ripper” Owens, Dee Snider and other musicians thank “This Day In Metal”

    Dino Cazares and Tim “Ripper” Owens and other musicians thank “This Day In Metal” for placing them in the Top 25 Metal albums of 2021. YESTERDAY, TODAY, EVERYDAY HEAVY METAL!! 🤘🏻👍👊 Copyright © 2021 This Day in Metal – All Rights Reserved.

  • TOP TEN METAL ALBUMS OF THE YEAR COUNTDOWN

    TOP TEN METAL ALBUMS OF THE YEAR COUNTDOWN

    Watch Metalhead Marv, CJ Lines and Lindsay C. as we countdown our favourite Metal albums of the year!! YESTERDAY, TODAY, EVERYDAY HEAVY METAL!! 🤘🏻👍👊 Copyright © 2021 This Day in Metal – All Rights Reserved.

  • Lindsay C Interviews Peter Tägtgren of Hypocrisy for This Day In Metal.

    Lindsay C Interviews Peter Tägtgren of Hypocrisy for This Day In Metal.

    Peter talks about his writing process, how he first discovered his interest in conspiracy theories, touring plans and his love for The Beatles! Peter says “time flies when you have fun I guess, it’s been a hell of a ride, 30 years you know?” Watch the full video interview below! You can follow Peter, Hypocrisy […]

  • Album Review: Hypocrisy – Worship

    Album Review: Hypocrisy – Worship

    When I think of melodic death metal, I automatically think of Sweden, a country which has spoiled us for choice in the genre and Hypocrisy is no different. A vastly underrated band who don’t get nearly enough of the love and attention that they deserve. After a long 8 years since 2013’s ‘End of Disclosure,‘ […]

  • Album Review – Exodus – Persona Non Grata

    Album Review – Exodus – Persona Non Grata

    All the riffs all of the time, constantly, everywhere, relentlessly. Basically, this record is an absolute riff-fest of epic proportions to the point it’s quite ridiculous. Yet, I’m not entirely mad about it. This record completely blows your face off and that is something Exodus have always exceeded at. As well as being an insanely […]

  • Album Review – Eyes Wide Open – Through Life and Death

    Album Review – Eyes Wide Open – Through Life and Death

    The Swedish melodic death metal quartet ‘Eyes Wide Open’ have returned with their 5th studio album ‘Through Life and Death.’ It’s a record with a message; that message being that no matter your struggles, whether they be internal or external, you’re not alone and there is always hope. It explores every corner of the human […]

  • Album Review – Mastodon – Hushed and Grim

    Album Review – Mastodon – Hushed and Grim

    Mastodon have made their grand return after a 4 year wait with their 8th studio album ‘Hushed and Grim.’ A gargantuan monster of a double album, it is clear that many ideas have been accumulated and condensed in the 4 year run up to its release.  The Georgian quartet have incorporated every facet of their […]

  • Album Review – Dream Theater- A View From The Top Of The World

    Album Review – Dream Theater- A View From The Top Of The World

    Dream Theater are among the titans of the Progressive Metal world and with a well known name like theirs, there comes a lot of expectation and possibly some skepticism which is par for the course considering their 3 decade long history. The band are known for their vast soundscapes of conceptual madness, intricate and technical […]

  • Album Review – Hand of Kalliach – Samhain

    Album Review – Hand of Kalliach – Samhain

    I’m a Scot, a metalhead and a lover of all things Celtic/folk, Scottish myth and legend. So I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to listen to and review Hand of Kalliach’s debut album ‘Samhainn.’  The atmospheric Celtic, melodic death metal duo from Edinburgh dropped their debut album on Friday 22nd October 2021 and it is a […]

  • Album Review – The Agonist – Days Before the World Wept

    Album Review – The Agonist – Days Before the World Wept

    Canadian Melodic Death Metal Quintet ‘The Agonist’ have returned with a blistering new EP “Days Before The World Wept” released via Napalm Records. It encapsulates their signature sound that spans various genres of metal yet brings a whole new tremendous onslaught to the senses. The EP is a conceptual fable, a kaleidoscope of metal wizardry […]