Watch all our interviews from the Golden Gods here:http://bit.ly/JJ788e Dave Lombardo's new side project PHILM talked to Metal Injection on the black carpet of the Revolver Golden Gods Awards and the band talks about how they came together and Lombardo reveals when we will hear new music from Slayer.
It's almost the weekend! Before we get there, let's check out some fun new videos…
When this whole Ozzy & Friends thing was announced, I thought it was a lame substitute for Black Sabbath actually performing, but since that wasn't happening, this is what most of Europe got. And I have to say, after watching the above clip of Slash jamming with Ozzy and Geezer on "Nativity In Black," I'm convinced this is a really cool show! (more…)
A/V Roundup: New Music from Dave Lombardo's PHILM, MARDUK, RWAKE, TRASH TALK/TOUCHE AMORE Project and more
Get over your hump day with some epic new tracks and some killer videos all curated in today's A/V Roundup:
First, let's talk about PHILM, the new project from Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo. I've been dying to hear some new music from the band and now we got our first taste, courtesy of Terrorizer magazine and I love it. I love the sound they're going for and how it sounds absolutely nothing like Slayer…
A/V Roundup: Tons of New Music from BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, SUICIDE SILENCE, Free Math/Tech-Death Comp & More
While we are getting our barrings back from a long weekend of partying, we present you with this list of new music that has surfaced in the last few days for your enjoyment. There are new tracks from The Black Dahlia Murder, Suicide Silence, Big Business, Tombs and Unexpect, a new mathcore/tech death compilation for free download from TheApparat.us, footage of Dave Lambardo's side project ripping LA a new one and much more. Check out our huge post-Memorial Day Audio/Video roundup:
The Black Dahlia Murder have made a third track, "Malenchanments Of The Necrosphere," from their upcoming release, Ritual available for streaming on Alternative Press's website. I've had the album for a little over a week, and this is definitely one of the strongest tracks on the record. Overall, the record is very familiar (you instantly know you're listening to BDM) but also very experiment as the album progresses. I think longtime fans will enjoy it very much! (more…)
When I interviewed Dave Lombardo of SLAYYYEEERRRR at last year's Mayhem Fest, he made it clear that he listens to a lot of music, and only a small portion of it is metal, let alone thrash. I believe him! Live footage has surfaced of one of Dave's many side projects, Philm (which also features guitarist Gerry Nestler of Civil Defiance and bassist Pancho Tomaselli of War) playing a free show in LA a few weeks back. The band can be described as rock for sure, but I don't know about metal. Maybe metal in the ISIS sort of way. It's all about the groove though and the music sounds really fun. This looks like a really low key project as the only official site for the band is a Facebook page. What do you guys think?