Thrashin’ ain’t an easy business these days. Frankly, there’s more market saturation involved with riffing it up and living out of van than if we all just got some poser office jobs with health insurance. At this point, I’m almost surprised that thrash is still considered a genre of music
Wendy O Williams was born 1949 in Rochester, NY, her true initials actually being WOW for Wendy Orleans Williams. Seemingly born rebellious, she had her first run in with the law age 15, arrested for sunbathing nude. Leaving school before graduating, her schoolmates and teachers recalled Williams as a “shy
I may have stretched this article a bit too long. The whole goddamn thing could be summed up in one word if we’re being honest: SLAYER. The California thrash metal goliaths crafted and defined the genre perhaps more than any other band, and on their final world tour these titans
Life is like a circle pit; no matter how fast you go or how hard you slam, you will never actually go anywhere or do anything meaningful. It’s a sad reality and if you disagree, take a look around your house or apartment that hasn’t been cleaned in months. I’m
Yesterday I came home to a package from Japan containing something I’ve waited nearly fifteen years to get my hands on: the last few Gauze LPs I do not own. These records were just reissued on vinyl by the label XXX. For most of these slabs of wax, this is
Maniacal thrash metal comes to you straight from the heart of kvlt country, Cvlt Nation – The band is Bütcher. Their album is entitled Bestial Fukkin’ Warmachine. Let me get this straight. Thrash is supposed to be dead? Uh-uh, it isn’t. Take this band of lunatics from Bütcher, for example.