Raz and Hugh fight through hayfever and tour flu discuss the highlights and lowlights of Download Festival 2013, including Iron Maiden, Cancer Bats, Kvelertak, Slipknot, the amount of female breasts on display, and Jared bloody Leto.
Krokodil was a Swiss band that emerged in the late 60's as a blues-rock band that put progressive touches into their music. They were of German-Swiss extraction with bassist and guitarist Terry Stevens being the only foreigner in the band, coming form England. They were regarded as the Swiss version of the Groundhogs due to their first album. However, from their 2nd album Swamp they started to introduce a psychedelic sound to their music, a sound which is very much dominant on Invisible World Revealed. Read more on Last.fm
Krokodil on Thrash Hits
June 19th, 2013
You know the drill by now. This is the Thrash Hits Festival Splash Page and this is where you’ll find some of the most comprehensive coverage of Download Festival 2013 that you don’t have to pay for. It’s here!
June 19th, 2013
Various members of Krokodil have been in bands like SikTh, Cry For Silence, Gallows and Hexes. Lags from Gallows wasn’t able to play their first ever live show – taking place at Download Festival 2013, no less – but that still didn’t stop this being one of the most talked-about sets of the weekend.
April 1st, 2013
We’re at the mercy of modern technology for this episode of the Thrash Hits Podcast – Raz has decamped to the USA for a few weeks for SXSW and some California sunshine, leaving the rest of us here in miserable old England. With possibly the dodgiest Skype connection imaginable, Hugh and Raz discuss how SXSW has changed over the years, as well as speculating on how two very different kinds of hype affect bands – that currently being felt by Ghost (or Ghost BC, if you’re an American) and the kind that surrounds Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats.