As many of you surely know, Lamb of God were victorious in their latest match against Bring Me the Horizon. As the band has won three matches in a row, they would normally move on to their fourth and final battle to fight for a spot in our Death Match Hall of Fame. However, out of respect to the current legal situation involving LoG frontman Randy Blythe in the Czech Republic, we've decided to postpone Lamb of God's fourth match.
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We all love the classic Black Sabbath cut 'Sweet Leaf' from their 1971 album, 'Master of Reality,' but Testament guitarist Eric Peterson has an entirely different, more in-depth connection with the song -- and understandably so, as the guitarist recently reminisced about sharing some 'Sweet Leaf' with Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler.
Last night, Feb. 8, in New York City, Anthrax, Testament and Death Angel closed out their awesome thrash trek at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square. This tour was truly a thrashers paradise, bringing together a lineup of legendary acts which for many can rival the excitement for a 'Big 4' show.
Guitar virtuoso and Testament veteran Alex Skolnick recently spoke about the band's next album, getting older and much more in an interview from the 2012 NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) gathering. Skolnick talked in depth about the lyrical content of Testament's upcoming record 'The Dark Roots of Earth' and how he views time as he gets older.
Thrash titans Testament recently unveiled some in-depth info about their next studio album. Decibel had the chance to interview one of the biggest voices in metal, Testament's Chuck Billy, about the band's upcoming album 'The Dark Roots of Earth' and the lyrical concepts that will be found within.
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian was forced to sit out of last night's (Jan. 26) show in Kansas City, Mo., after taking ill. Filling in for Ian at the show were the two guitarists Alex Skolnick and Eric Peterson from co-headliners Testament, as well as musicians from Death Angel who all switched off during different songs throughout Anthrax's set.
Metal drummer Gene Hoglan's resume is so impressive it'll make your mouth hit the floor. He's minded the kit for the likes of Dark Angel, Strapping Young Lad, Fear Factory and Dethklok, to name a few. Now he will bring his rhythmic prowess to Testament as he bash the skins for the Bay Area thrashers on their current tour with Anthrax and Death Angel, which begins this evening in Las Vegas.