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Album: Eyehategod – Eyehategod

May 30th, 2014

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Eyehategod
Eyehategod
Century Media
26 May 2014

by Daniel Cairns

In the years between Eyehategod’s last release in 2000 and their new self-titled album, we’ve seen the rise and fall of nu metal, two new US Presidents, three new Prime Ministers, Gangnam Style, Harlem Shake and a Partridge film in a pear tree…

And Eyehategod still sound like Eyehategod, and it’s brilliant.

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Midweek Bootleg 004: Raging Speedhorn – Thumper (demo version)

November 8th, 2012

When it comes to unlikely “success” stories of British metal, you’d be hard-pressed to find one less likely or as “successful” as Raging Speedhorn. We cracked out their demo CD, and let Hugh Platt get on with the business of being nostalgic.

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If you’ve listened to this week’s episode of the Thrash Hits Podcast (and why wouldn’t you have?), you’ll have heard Raz and I reminiscing about Raging Speedhorn, after the surprise (well, to us at least) appearance of former Raging Speedhorn vocalist, John Loughlin, in the live line-up for Extreme Noise Terror at this year’s Damnation Festival.

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Interview: Brutal Truth – “Hurricane Katrina brought us back together”

January 25th, 2007

It took a force of nature to bring seminal US deathgrind outfit Brutal Truth back together – but Hurricane Katrina couldn’t match their destructive force. We cornered bassist and Anthrax co-founder, Dan Lilker, to get the whole story.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview was originally published on MusicTowers.com. It is re-printed here with their full permission.

“It was actually a direct result of Hurricane Katrina.” As far as reasons to reform bands go, it’s certainly different from the usual excuses – a desperate attempt to snatch back the limelight, or large bags of cash offered by nostalgic promoters to clear post-success debts. For Dan Lilker, Brutal Truth bassist, the reasons were certainly a lot more altruistic than most.

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