Tagged: Metal

Pantera – Cowboys from Hell

Cowboys from Hell Cover

The 70’s had Black Sabbath’s eponymous debut. The 80’s, Metallica’s Ride the Lightning. Cowboy’s from Hell was arguably the 90’s metal album that shaped the decade in metal that would follow. Like those other...


Steel Panther – Feel the Steel

Feel the Steel Album Cover

Steel Panther’s first purely musical album is not one for the easily offended. It straddles the line of pastiche and parody, taking the crassness and misogyny of 80’s hair metal bands and turning it...


Tomahawk – Tomahawk


This first release from Mike Patton’s Tomahawk may seem a little straight laced when compared to the eclectic insanity of the Mr. Bungle and Fantômas albums that preceded it, but it is this more coherent sound...


The Darkness – Permission To Land


The Darkness burst on to the music scene in 2003 with this rather epic slice of cock rock. Just listening to this album, you’d be hard pressed not to feel imbued with the qualities...


System Of A Down – Toxicity


Toxicity is a tour de force, bursting at the seams with a roaring intensity that’s so infectious it’s almost impossible to avoid nodding or tapping along as you listen. This is System Of A...


Metallica – Master Of Puppets


Master Of Puppets is rightly considered by many to be one of the finest heavy metal albums of all time. This is an album of grand scale and almost operatic grandeur, only occasionally pausing...


Lou Reed & Metallica – Lulu


Lou Reed and Metallica are absolute legends of the music industry. Both have contributed significantly to modern music and have proved to be key inspirations for much of the great music we have today....


Lamb Of God – Ashes Of The Wake


Lamb of God’s fourth album picks up where the third left off, and just keeps going. The sound is as heavy as an egg cup full of neutron star matter, but maintains a pulsating...