Friday, December 28, 2012

VERMIN- PARADISE ALBUM REVIEW






When you listen to this album, it will engulf you and smash your head into a wall, repeatedly. That's what this band did to me, and made me want to boogie a little. This 4 piece band is badass, brutal & most of all...VERY creative. Awesome songwriting, killer vocals and great sounding guitars and bass. The drummer shows in his skills that not all thrash/death metal bands need to have blast beats. Vermin, coming all the way from Beyruth Germany with their debut entitled Paradise will prove to the world of their kick ass talent. You won't hear any clean vocals in this band, but the mid range screams are very impressive. Vermin can shred you a new asshole if you don't watch it, so if you don't own this...you fucking should! Brace yourselves as this is their debut, and for being just that...this is an album and band to look out for. With small spots with clean guitar sounds, and phenomenal leads, this band really has it going for them. If you don't own the album Paradise, it's a must have for your collection. Trust me, I wouldn't bullshit about a band that has super awesome talent such as Vermin. So far, I've listened to this album a total of 12 times, and each time I listen to it, it just gets better. I am certain that this band will rise to always get better in their journey with music. For being their debut album, Paradise deserves a 5/5 stars just by how they are capable and knowing how to compose songs that are catchy, brutal and most of all...VERY impressive. Below, I posted the video for the song Empty Eyes. That is the 3rd track on Paradise. So, if you don't own this by now..you better try to find a way and get it. This German band will surprise you with pinched harmonics and Pentatonic scales and many other things that will make the headbanging start and then stop and so on so forth. Also, may I include that when I introduce to my brother new music that is in the metal world, 95% of the time I'm told to turn it off, but in this instance...he actually liked it a lot. Too bad he won't be contributing to this review like I had thought he might, but maybe some other time.  To me, this is a strong combination of thrash metal, death metal and a bit of classic rock with a small pinch of funk. Well, that's it this time you headbanging metal fans, keep it real, keep it metal and most of all...KEEP THOSE HORNS UP!! \m/-_-\m/ EVILVENGEANCE666



Track Listing:
1) Paradise
2) While You Were Dead
3) Empty Eyes
4) Impact
5) Mourning Sun
6) Frozen Mirror
7) Public Violation
8) Forsake
9) Spread Your Wings
10) Screams

Members:

Bodi- Vocals
Stephan Hurtig- Gutiars
Simon "Bobo" Reuter- Bass
Manuel Herz- Drums

www.myspace.com/vermindeathmetal

Play this song LOUD!!!! \m/-_-\m/

Monday, December 10, 2012

GAPE ALBUM REVIEW


Coming from Tasmania Australia is a devastatingly heavy and brutal slamming death metal band known as Gape. This 5 piece will shut you the fuck up if you get out of line. Reminding me of early Lividity, Lust of Decay, Lord Gore and Abominable Putridity. Whoever thought that a band this killer would share the same stage with the technical death metal band Psycroptic..well go figure, they're both from Australia. More power to them!! From slamming breakdowns that crush your bones to killer grooves that will rip you to shreds. Vocals that remind me of a better sounding Chris Barnes that are deep guttural growls along with some awesome sounding gurgles, drums that are fierce and wicked, and the bass is totally killer with amazing sound. I want to meet this band, along with whoever produced their debut. Some of the intros that they have, from random stuff is VERY humorous, that is if you have a sick sense of humor like I do. I can only understand a small portion of the lyrics, and get this! There are NO LYRICS INCLUDED. That makes this band a must have, and yeah...they are damn sick! By far one of the best NEW bands I've discovered. Filled with torture, debauchery and twisted perversions, this band has it going on for them. For the cover art being of an oversized vagina with dead victims laying around it..probably from an unbearable stench...who the fuck knows? Ha ha, it's just their luck, right? I mean for real people, open your orifices and indulge in some grotesque and disturbing and greatly talented band known as Gape. They get a 5/5 stars from me, just based on everything that they do. Before I forget, they do a killer cover of the song Big Balls. I can't find a favorite song...they're ALL GOOD. Keep metal alive forever, keep it REAL, keep it SICK, keep it BRUTAL...and most of all you metalheads, KEEP THOSE FUCKING HORNS UP!!!!! \m/-_-\m/ EVILVENGEANCE666


Track Listing:

1. Sperm Log
2. Shit Swapping Sluts
3. Raped In the Dick Hole
4. Cornhole Madness
5. Gape Rape
6. Penis Diddy
7. War Machine
8. Big Balls

Contact:

Gapetas@hotmail.com

Members:

Rick Ring- Vocals
Rod McAllister- Bass
Tim Ikin- Guitar
Sam Bryant- Guitar
Patrick Neumayer- Drums


Here is a song off the album called Cornhole Madness:
PLAY IT LOUD...and if it's not loud enough......................PLAY IT LOUDER!!!!!!!!

Monday, December 3, 2012

KONKEROR- THE ABYSMAL HORIZONS ALBUM REVIEW






Technical death metal...what bands come to your mind when you hear or see those words? Well for a band named Konkeror, I'm finding them to be just as good as Obscura, Necrophagist & Nile to name a few. Konkeror sounds like a strong combination of technical death metal and black metal. The vocals sound like Peter from Vader in some spots. They are melodic and crushingly brutal like Behemoth, Vader and many others. The riffs and beats are superb and steady. This band will knock you out like a Golden Glove champion boxer!!! In the second song "Towers," you'll hear a reverse sweep during the beginning. A band this good should be signed. However, I know I rarely mention anything about cover art, but in this instance I will. Konkeror's cover art is uniquely beautiful with how its portrayed to be. The Abysmal Horizons for being their debut album takes the icing and puts it on the cake for you. Filled with ambient interludes, strong quality production and most of all, awesome skilled songwriting and structures. I'm a firm believer that this Michigan based band, Konkeror will rise to always put you in checkmate. So far, I've spinned this disc a total of 11 times. This band FUCKING SHREDS!!!!! BE sure to like them on facebook. You'll really be glad that you did. This debut deserves a 5/5 stars for fucking sure!!!! Below is the track listing for the album, The Abysmal Horizons and the members info and also their official facebook page. Remember metalheads; keep it real, keep it sick, keep it brutal and most of all keep THOSE MOTHER FUCKING HORNS UP!!!! EVILVENGEANCE666 \m/-_-\m/


Track Listing

I, Monolithic
Towers
Incantations
Beyond the Abysmal Horizons
Creator/Destroyer
Usurpers of the Primal Womb
The Pillars of Creation
...And the Cosms Flow Eternal


Members

Eric Zwicker- Guitar
Jacob Platter- Guitar
Jeff Beauchamp- Vocals/Bass
Tobias Dennis- Drums


Contact

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.konkeror.com
Facbook: www.facebook.com/konkerorofficial

Konkeror@konkeror.com

This is the first track off of Konkeror's debut called "I, Monolithic." Enjoy it and play it LOUD!!!!


Wednesday, November 28, 2012

AEON- AEONS BLACK ALBUM REVIEW



Aeon....by far one of the most underrated death metal bands ever. Coming all the way from Sweden, the band delivers another sick and amazing full length with Aeons Black. This shows that the band knows what they're capable of. Buy the fucking album. You'll be glad you did. For being the band that inspired me to get my first tattoo, I can tell just by listening to this that they have not only gotten stronger, but the technicality has definitely put on a new edge on the death metal scene since their beginning. Harmonizing solos that are literally insane! This is by far a must have if you're a fan of Aeon. I love the instrumental piano track "The Voice of the Accuser." I never thought I'd hear this band have something like that to offer, but the pinched harmonics in the next song called "I Wish You Death" have to be demonic. 8 days ago this album came out. I'm glad to own it. I give it a 5/5 stars regardless of what others may say, but this album tears the Hell out of anything they've ever created until now. GET THE FUCKING ALBUM! I HIGHLY FUCKING RECOMMEND IT!!!!! Remember metalheads, keep it real, keep it alive forever, hails to Aeon, hails to the underground and hails to death metal and extreme music!!! Keep those horns up!!!! \m/-_-\m/ EVILVENGEANCE666



Track Listing:

1) Still They Pray
2) The Glowing Hate
3) The Voice of the Accuser
4) I Wish You Death
5) Garden of Sin
6) Neptune the Mystic
7) Nothing Left To Destroy
8) Passage To Hell
9) Aeons Black
10) Dead Means Dead
11) Sacrificed
12) Aftermath
13) Blessed By the Priest
14) Maze of the Damned
15) Die By My Hands


 This is a picture of my first tattoo. I was inspired by them to do it, and yes...this IS how you do it Tommy. Cheers!!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

NOAH CARPENTER INTERVIEW





This is the first time in a long time that I've interviewed a musician as cool as this guy is. Noah Carpenter of Skinless and Armor Column took the time to answer my questions and I can't thank him enough. More interviews and album reviews are in the process, so stay tuned metalheads.



1) When did you first find an interest in playing guitar and was guitar the first instrument you ever played?
When I was in grade school I played trumpet in the school band. I was always into heavy metal and pretended to play guitar but when I was 14 I got my first real guitar, amp and lessons.
2) Who are you influences, both musically and personally?
I am influenced by all types of heavy metal and war movies. I'm into metal and military things so they go hand in hand in my music. My early musical influences were Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath etc. Later on I got into thrash like Overkill, Slayer, Testament etc and then into death metal like Obituary, Suffocation, Broken Hope, Bolt Thrower. It was during this death metal phase that SKINLESS was formed.
3) Besides Skinless and Armor Column, what other bands have you been in?
No 'u' in ARMOR, we use the American spelling, haha. In high school I was in a band called HATEGUTS. It was a weird mix of Metallica, Slayer, Queensryche. We only played one show and had no demos or anything. 3 of the Hateguts members went on to form Skinless.
4) Do you feel as though the death metal today is stronger than it's birth?
Most definitely not. There's just something great about early 90's death metal. Not that there aren't any god bands now, but everybody seems to be worried more about how many beats-per-minute they can play or how many notes they can play. A lot of bands have lost sight of songwriting and riffs I think.
5) Who are you listening to currently, musically?
I'm always going through tons of music. Lately, some of the bands are Death, Rush, Obsession, Testament, Epidemic, Joe Bonamassa, Rainbow, Candlemass, Cage.
6) Where has been your favorite country or state to play at?
Montreal, Canada is one place that is always solid. But that's a hard question because things change over the years. Some places that used to be strong are fading, such as our home area of Albany, NY. It used to be an amazing and energetic scene but the core has grown older I suppose. Certain towns in Germany kick ass, San Francisco has always been good to Skinless. Sometimes it's the places that don't get very many shows.....where there are 50 people going nuts rather than 700 people looking bored. I remember shows in Oklahoma City and Tasmania that had small, but insane crowds.
7) Have you ever had any embarrassing moments while on tour or onstage?
I broke my foot in 2008 while falling off a bar stool in Prague. No, I wasn't drunk at the time but my boot lace got caught on the foot rest of the stool and I fell right over. Had to take the stage for the rest of the tour on crutches. My foot was purple and the size of a football. Wasn't really a fun time.
Why did Skinless break up?
I'm going to post my statement at the time of the breakup, because the answer remains the same:
"We know that many of our fans are restless and wondering what is happening with Skinless, and for the last few years we haven't even known either. I'm not going to go into a deep, detailed description of what has transpired since the 'Trample' album, but we were plagued with lineup issues once again. The frustration of 1 step forward and 2 steps back forced me to just put the band on hiatus and try to recharge the batteries for a while.
"In June 2010 we reunited the old lineup (from the first 2 CDs) for a show in New York, and I had anticipated that we'd end up writing a new album in that formation. When the time came for serious discussions about moving forward with the album a couple of the guys told me they didn't have the 'fire' and/or time to dedicate to the project. For several months afterwards I continued to work on new material and jammed with potential new band members. But, much like the other guys, I concluded that I didn't have the 'fire' either, and my inspiration was more directed towards my other band Armor Column.
"This certainly isn't an easy thing for me to do, as I have dedicated my entire adult life thus far to Skinless. We all have shifting priorities throughout life, and we feel that Skinless has run its course. To continue at this point would be forced and uninspired. Skinless has always been about energy and intensity, and doing anything half-heartedly wouldn't be true to what the band stands for."
9) Who would you say is your favorite guitarist?
Another tough question, I'll need to name a few. Tony Iommi, Robin Trower, Joe Bonamassa, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, Ritchie Blackmore.
What type of gear do you use?
I use various models of Ibanez guitars. RG's, Jems, Xiphos. EMG81 and 85 pickups. I have a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier head and an oversized 4x12 cabinet with Celestion Vintage 30 speakers. Boss tuner and noisegate. InTune custom picks. D'Addario strings.
10) Any last words for Underground Noise?
Thanks for the interview. Anyone interested can a 'like' Skinless and Armor Column on Facebook. Armor Column is currently writing new songs so please keep an eye out.

Monday, November 5, 2012

THE HACKISH- PLAGUES OF MAN EP REVIEW




                                 






        Coming out of Florida is a two piece death metal band called The Hackish. With a slight grindcore sound, I can relate this band as a mix of Napalm Death, Defecation, Arch Enemy & Coldworker. Not sure on how some of the listeners will grasp this, but I actually can see this band rising as time goes on. They use a drum machine, but you want to know a fact? Mortician did the same exact thing by using a drum machine and look at where they are now! Hey, gotta do what you gotta do to make the sound, right. Right? RIGHT. However, this 6 song EP is pretty decent must say. Based on their sound, it's good. The only fuss I can make about them is that it's a little fuzzy on the distortion. Other than that, I would have to say that Plagues of Man gets a 4.75/5 stars. Angela Gossow would probably be proud of Sandra's vocal technique. It's a bit thrashy in some spots. The riffs are actually quite catchy. I'd like to hear a solo in a song here and there, but it's okay. Deeds of Flesh used to not solo, and now they do. The bass sounds really smooth, the guitars are a little fuzzy like I said before, but the riffs are cool and catchy, the drums are realistic and clear and the vocals are good. So people, this band I recommend it, but I'm not one to really judge. Keep it real, keep it metal and keep those horns up and keep banging your mother fucking head! \m/-_-\m/ EVILVENGEANCE666


Track Listing for Plagues of Man:

Bushwacker

Planetary Guillotine
Secret Lover
Destruction
Coffin of Beliefs
Congregation Deceased

Members:

Andrew Gammil-Music and Vocals

Sandra- Vocals and Lyrics


Contact them on facebook at www.facebook.com/thehackish

Friday, October 26, 2012

ALEX MARQUEZ INTERVIEW




I am VERY pleased to announce that this is a NEW interview with Alex Marquez. This is BIG because never did I think I'd be interviewing him, thankfully that dream came true. From Malevolent Creation and Solstice....here it is!



1) How many bands have you been in other than Antagonized and Malevolent Creation?

Aside from Malevolent and Antagonized I also played in Demolition Hammer, Solstice, Resurrection, Sargon and Anger.
2) Where has been your favorite place to perform LIVE?
Anywhere in Europe is always incredible.
3) Have you ever had any scary or embarrassing moments while on tour or onstage?
Threw up onstage once and lost a bet and had to play in underwear too.. that's about it.
4) What prompted you to make the music you make?
 I love of all things heavy bro. right now i have a grind band called LEAD SEDATIVE.. you're all gonna shit when you hear this.
5) Who are you influences, both musically and personally?
Gene Hoglan and Tommy Aldridge are my drumming influences. In life definitely my father.
6) Are there any bands you listen to currently?
Dude I'm listening to old Napalm Death these days and also a band called Warrick from Miami.
7) Do you feel as though the death metal nowadays is stronger than it has been since the birth of it?
 Actually most of the shit I hear now sucks dude.. why on earth does everything have to be 1,000 miles an hour?

8) What bands have you been on tour with that you liked the best?
Exhorder is my all time fave band we've toured with.

9) Any last words for Underground Noise?
Hails and horns to UNDERGROUND NOISE for this interview and please be on the lookout for LEAD SEDATIVE!!!!!!!! Thanks Al you rule dude!


Monday, October 15, 2012

MASTERPIECE- HEIRS OF FREEDOM ALBUM REVIEW






Here is a band coming ALL the way from the land of Brazil known as Masterpiece. With the newest release Heirs of Freedom is a great album. With the sounds of thrash metal and a strong
combination of a slight hardcore edge is the vibes I get out of this band. They also have a stoner metal sound vocally and musically as well. It reminds me of early Corrosion of Conformity & Sick of It All a bit. Very edge driven music, indeed. This band has caught my eyes and ears with a killer groove in their riffs as well as awesome drumming. I think their might be a slight Metallica influence in their way of writing, and some Sepultura & Chimaira. If you like music from different countries, give these guys a shot. The intros are pretty long, but I actually dig these guys. For being something new for my ears to jam to, I give this album a 5/5 stars based on the creative minds of these guys. If you're into some of the bands I've mentioned, then you should really give this band your ears. With 11 groove laden songs, this band will get you on the ground to have fun with it. Until next time metal heads around the globe, this is EVILVENGEANCE666 keep it METAL, keep it extreme, keep it real and most of all...KEEP THOSE HORNS UP!!! \m/-_-\m/


Track Listing:
Harbinger
Revenge
No More
Mr. Disgrace
Drowned In the Sea of Lie
Hecatombe
For the Heirs of Freedom
Trajectory of Death
Lane
The Thing Out of Control
The Collector


Feel free to friend them on facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/masterpieceonline?fref=ts

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

DARK APOSTLE- ARCANE OMNISCIENCE ALBUM REVIEW





Coming from Topeka Kansas hails a band known as Dark Apostle.
Dark Apostle's remixed and remastered and I must say, 
they sound like a lot of their influences are from bands like Sodom, Children of Bodom & Immortal to name a few. They're unique
blend of black metal and thrash metal. I have listened to this whole album an entire time of 9 times so far. I've got to say, something new is always something great and by knowing the one guitarist Sergio Panuco, makes it even better. I have to give these guys a 5/5 for their awesome sound and style of music, and based on their musicianship too. I can't really pick a favorite because I like all their songs the same. Each one is fantastic beyond words. So, if you like black metal with a twist of thrash, give Dark Apostle a listen, you might be chuffed like I was. Oh and before I forget, they're looking for a new lead guitarist. Until next time metalheads, KEEP THOSE MOTHER FUCKING HORNS UP!!! \m/-_-\m/ EVILVENGEANCE666


Members:

Adtorsus- Bass, Vocals
Nescantes Morimus- Lead Guitar
Blasphem Adramelium- (Sergio) Rhythm Guitars
Arcus Lidius- Drums


Track Listing

The Tree of Woe
Thorn In My Side
I Am the Crucifer
The Judas Cradle
Summoned By Death
The Overlord
Condemned Believer
Oblivion
The Tree of Woe Reprise/ Homage to Trem
Deceiver of All (from the Parasitic Darkness Demo)
Saeth the Apostle (same DEMO)

Friday, September 14, 2012

SCREAMING ENTOMBMENT- Malice of Your Maker album review




At one time I had reviewed Screaming Entombment's EP Become the Suffering, but Malice of Your Maker is their full length. By listening to this album, the band has matured immensely, gotten way more BRUTAL sounding & most of all have amazingly improved a lot! Being a Death Metal band, I knew damn well that these guys that are ones that are rising. I got the album yesterday in the mail and waited a while to jam on it, but I can't get enough of the fifth track called The Viral Burden. The whole album in its own is awesome, Dusty's vocals have gotten a lot lower in his growling and I love it. This is something that can't be passed up. For this album being a band's debut album and first full length, I give these badasses 5/5 stars based on how much sicker they have gotten with this release. I recommend it if you love death metal of any band. If it's not up to par with you, then too bad. The guitars and bass riffs are very fresh and very sick indeed. The drums have gotten even faster and a lot more sick. Take a break from what you normally listen to and give these bad boys a fucking shot, you'll be glad you did. With this album, comparing it to what they had before, this album convinces me that these guys are gonna make heads roll for ages.  Until next time metalheads, KEEP THOSE HORNS UP!!! \m/-_-\m/ EVILVENGEANCE666

Track Listing:

Infested
Black Flames of Deception
Looting Necropolis
Doting Perdition
The Viral Burden
Mimic
Past the Wrought Iron Gate (Instrumental)
Obscurity
Malice of Your Maker
Poison the Terminal

Saturday, August 18, 2012

BANISHER- SLAUGHTERHOUSE ALBUM REVIEW





This 6 piece band reminds me of a better sounding Gorerotted. Although, Gorerotted is good, don't get me wrong. Banisher has really brutal, shrieking and ear deafening riffs, screams, gutturals, swirling guitars, pummeling blast beats and ripping bass lines. Slaughterhouse is guaranteed to make a death metal fan think and say to oneself "How come I didn't know about this band before?" Well, maybe it's because some people don't talk much about these underground bands. The second track entitled "Unleashing the Fury" is one that will crack anyone up with farting sound effects and a little laughter too. You can clearly hear the bass booming in your ears during the last 45 seconds of this song, and believe me if it didn't sound good to me I would have said something before now about it. There's nothing bad I can really say about Banisher. They leave me chuffed. I strongly suggest and highly recommend this to anyone who likes the bands: Lust of Decay, Lividity, Lord Gore, Gorerotted & Criogenia to name a few. However when it comes to hearing bands like this, I actually feel fascinated by them and must say, wait until you get to the 2:11 part in the third track entitled "Blowjob Queen." I have never in my entire 33 years of existence have heard someone make a guitar scream as if it were a random whore getting raped with scalpels and knives. This album totally deserves a 5/5 stars based on creativity, technicality, humor, sick & brutal songs, and most of all the production on this album was very well planned out. One last thing to add, is that most people who are against death metal are a lot of women in this world, but maybe the fourth song entitled "Brutal Vasectomy" will make them think different about how men are being tortured in a song. That's it for this time metalheads around the globe! This is EVILVENGEANCE666 Creator at Underground Noise and Rhythm Guitar, Vocals & Most Lyrics for Obliterated Soul signing off now. Until next time, keep those horns up!!!!! \m/-_-\m/



Track Listing:

1) Slaughterhouse
2) Unleashing the Fury
3) Blowjob Queen
4) Brutal Vasectomy
5) Human Sacrifice
6) Induction
7) Seven
8) Massacre In the Main Temple
9) Mario

VEKYGACH- THE STRANGER ALBUM REVIEW



If you like symphonic death metal/ black metal like the sounds of Belphegor, Dimmu Borgir and early Behemoth, then this band is for you. Considering the fact that I don't listen to much
black metal anymore these days, I found that this album is phenomenal. 6 songs are on The Stranger. Filled with screams and haunting keyboard melodies, fierce drumming, blazing guitars and bass as well.
The Stranger features an awesome short, but sick bass solo in the song "Loneliness and Madness." Some of their music even sounds like some early Cradle of Filth. Very harmonic clean voices are another thing
in this band that you don't hear too much of these days in black metal. Based on how short this is, I got to say that you won't be disappointed if you like this style of music. The remastered version is a much smoother sounding album, than the promo because of the great production on the newer one. As far as a rating goes, I'll give Vekygach a 5/5 based on their musicianship, and catchy riffs. However, if you happen to be disappointed, then that's your own problem. Knowing how I am, I won't care to hear or read about it. Until next time metalheads around the globe, keep the horns up and keep extreme metal alive forever!!! Hails from the underground. This is EVILVENGEANCE666 signing off now. \m/-_-\m/


Track Listing:

1) Landscapes of Oblivion
2) Loneliness and Madness
3) Subdued Wills
4) Desolation
5) The Stranger
6) Diffuse Memories


Check them out on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/vekygach

SYNODIK- SEQUENCES FOR A NEW MATRIX ALBUM REVIEW




Synodik, a kick ass 5 piece progressive death/doom metal band hailing all the way from the land of Italy. Awesome old school sounding growls, horrifying and melodic keyboard use, epic drumbeats, shredding guitars and at times a bit jazzy, very awesome clean vocals at times, amazing solos & bass that has a tone similar to Obscura. This band is currently unsigned and I really recommend them to ANYONE who is new to extreme metal or if you've been a lifelong fan, then CHECK THESE DUDES OUT!!! They'll leave you begging for more. Sequences For A New Matrix has definitely put a huge smile on my face; considering the fact of how amazing this band really is. Talk about crushingly killer talent. So far, I've spinned this disc 4 times since I got it yesterday in the mail. Thank you to Leandro of the band to send me this fine debut. For being a band that is unsigned, I've got to say that they deserve a major 5/5 stars. This band has proved that they have the ability to compose great songs and great music. If you're into bands such as Necrophagist, Obscura, Origin, Hour of Penance, Kataklysm & Fleshgod Apocalypse to name a few, this band will TEAR YOU APART!! All of these songs have beautiful music to them, and prove me if I'm wrong when I say that this is a MUST HAVE ALBUM, I dare y'all!! The 8th song called The Colour of Space reminds me of a Kataklysm type riff in the beginning. I LOVE IT!!! Anyhow, this is EVILVENGEANCE666 signing off for now metalheads, and always KEEP THOSE HORNS UP!!!! \m/-_-\m/

Members:

Matteo Campanini- Vocals
Leandro Scottio- Lead Guitars, Keyboards
Alessio Serafino- Guitars
Edoardo Delucchi- Drums
Michele Lorefice- Bass


Track Listing:

1) He Came From the Sky
2) Purification From Insanity
3) City of Falling Rain
4) Speak to the Void
5) Sidereal Month
6) Headshot
7) Dehumanized
8) The Colour Out of Space
9) Sequences For A New Matrix

Contact:

Leandro.SCB@hotmail.it (Leandro)
Perishonfire@Libero.it (Matteo)
Synodik@Gmail.com

Like them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/synodik

Links:


Saturday, August 11, 2012

OBSCENE- SEE EP REVIEW





This band is a little atmospheric, symphonic, brutal & a different breed
of death metal and a bit of doom metal as well from what I can hear in their music. Reminding me of early Lamb of God, Trivium & Soilwork to name a few. This band has a great sound. I would have to say my favorite song off of See is the fifth track called Stupid Manipulator. That one right there is a nut grabber for sure.Whoever produced this EP, did an amazing job. Filled with haunting keyboard sounds and loud slap booming bass, filling your ears with a twisty groove that can make you dance, then pit, then headbang, then pit and dance some more and back and forth. HA HA, but yes. This band is really good. Check them out on their Facebook page for more details. The 2nd Track starts off with an eerie intro, but after a short while it gets heavy again. I can see this band getting more brutal as time goes on. For the See EP, I give it a 5/5 stars based on originality, musicianship, and most of all how all their songs don't sound alike to the average listener of modern pop metal that sounds like Boy George on Methamphetamine. LMAO!! Anyhow, keep those horns up metalheads!!
This is EVILVENGEANCE666 Creator at Underground Noise signing off!  \m/-_-\m/ 

Track Listing:

1) Unnamed
2) Isolated
3) Blind Citizens
4) Human Epitaph
5) Stupid Manipulator
6) No More Fucking Love Songs

Members:

Francisco Arenas- Guitars/VocalsDaniel Callejas- Guitars
Oscar Arenas- Bass
Jorge Pinochet- Vocals
Matias Gonzalez- Drums

Thursday, August 9, 2012

MASTERPIECE INTERVIEW



Here is a band named Masterpiece, hailing all the way from South America in the country of Brazil. The band is a mix of thrash and old school 80s metal. They've been around since 1998 and they're very good. I recommend them if you're really into the thrash metal, so here's the latest interview and enjoy reading it. EVILVENGEANCE666




1) What prompted you to write the music you write?


It was a sequence of facts. I first learned to play acoustic guitar with my father and later my older brother, that does the rhythm guitars and vocals on the band, shown me some metal stuff.

2) How long did it take to make your album?


Well, it was a very fucking hard job lol. That was our first full length and tried to avoid some mistakes we see the other bands doing, but you know when you’re not accustomed with a situation you will probably face some difficulties that you wouldn’t expect. To summarize I think we did a great job in this first album, although we haven’t released the physical format yet, but we did a great work I guess.

3) What song do you find that has been the most difficult to play that you've written?


I think that “Trajectory of Death” is difficult to play, I mean to do those riffs very clean and even the guitar solo is pretty fast… and don’t remember what the hell I was thinking when I wrote that lol

4) Who are your influences?


My personal influences are firstly Eddie Van Halen (because the first solo that made me crazy was one of his solos), Kirk Hammet, Mr. Hetfield and D. Mustaine as a composer I think they were my biggest influence in this way, Dimmebag Darrel, Paul Gilbert, Steve Vai, Vinnie Moore, Yngwie Malmsteen, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, Steve Ray Vaughan, Brent Mason, and the Brazilian ones Edu Ardanuy, Frank Solari, Andreas Kisser and the list goes on forever hahaha. You can see lots of different kinds of guitar players in that. I think that made me stronger as a musician. 

5) What bands have you been listening to currently?


Just love the older bands! Testament, Exodus, Anthrax these guys have creating awesome stuff and showing the new ones how the things should be. I like Nevermore too and other bends in this style but the older ones are still blowing my mind.

6) Do you have a job or career outside Masterpiece?


I work mainly as a guitar teacher in a music school, but also do free lances in recording studios and supporting local artists.

7) Where has been your favorite place to play LIVE?


I don’t know exactly because I love playing live. Mainly when we have bigger stages, I like to pretend I am a guitar player of Iron Maiden running free along the stage lol

8) Have you had any interviews for the USA before, or is this the first one?


Yes I think, not only for webzines but also web radios. Also in Canada, France and here in Brazil, of course.

9) Do you feel that thrash metal from when it started is better or does it sound better now?


We are very proud for the thrash metal history. It’s epical! But we need to move on, if something does not evolve, it atrophy! And sometimes I think the metal itself is going that way, it stills alive because of our love, but we need to keep growing now!

10) What has been your biggest accomplishment so far in life?


Living for music means everything for me. I couldn’t do it in a different way I guess. But my real goal in life is living for my own music. You know, for now metal can’t brings me all resources I need, but my hope is achieving this one day! Let’s see… 

11) Any last words for Underground Noise?


I just would like to thank you guys for this opportunity and also tell you that our new album is available in the most stores on the internet, just search for “Masterpiece - Heirs of Freedom” at iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, Emusic, Napster and wherever. You can also contact us via facebook.com/masterpiecefanpage or Twitter @MasterpieceBand. I think these are the easiest ways to find us nowadays. Thank you again and keep rocking guys! \m/