NEW HARD ROCK AND HEAVY METAL RELEASES
This is the twentieth studio album from these metalmeisters, or should I say Lemmy-meisters? 2011 is shaping up to be a banner year for Lemmy, Phil, and Mickey what with the Lemmy documentary coming out next week, a World Tour coming, and this masterful new collection of Motorhead tunes hitting shelves and downloads today. I feel like metal is alive and well when Lemmy cranks’ out new music and keep slammin’ down Jack.
|Fresh off the success of the first European tour in the long history of the band, Rhino Bucket immediately returned to the studio with producer Doug Boehm (Dirty Sweet, The Vines) at the helm. The hard rockin’ result is Who’s Got Mine, their sixth studio album and third on Acetate. Recorded at legendary Hollywood rock-shack Grandmaster Recorders, the disc features eleven new tracks and the addition of drummer Anthony ‘Tiny’ Biuso formerly of TSOL & The Dickies. Rhino Bucket can be heard on the soundtrack to The Wrestler, starring Mickey Rourke as well as on The Shield, Sons Of Anarchy, Greek, Blue Mountain State, and tons more.|
|Since their formation in 1992 underground metal-sludge legends Crowbar have profoundly influenced an entire generation of metal acts the world over. Sever The Wicked Hand is produced by front man Kirk Windstein and mixed by Zeuss (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall). Crowbar will embark on a major national US Tour in March.|
Belphegor’s ninth full-length is an opus filled to the brim with dark and sinister anthems that are above and beyond anything they’ve done in the past. Produced by Hypocrisy’s Peter Tägtgren (Dimmu Borgir, Immortal, Children of Bodom), Belphegor deliver the most brutal, elegant and gripping black/death metal out there.
On tour with Deicide in February & March and Sepultura in March & April.
Tao of the Dead
|…AND YOU WILL KNOW US BY THE TRAIL OF DEAD
Tao Of The Dead
|…And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead have consistently specialized in soundtracking the breaking of the seventh seal. For those of you less schooled in scripture, that means they make music fit for the end of the world, whether it is an interior existence troubled by nightmares and doubt or an exterior reality continually plagued by environmental disaster, neocolonialism and unending Wars on Whatever.|