Busca tu banda

Offertorium - The Unblack Metal From Light October 13th, 2017

Offertorium - The Unblack Metal From Light October 13th, 2017
1. Introitus 01:42  
2. The Unblack Metal From Light Part 1 07:46  
3. Shekiniah 05:27  
4. Song of Victory 06:12  
5. Domini Jesu 07:24   instrumental
6. The Unblack Metal From Light Part 2 07:49

2017222
Alexandre "Matan"
Drums
Guitars
Eduardo Borges
Keyboards
Fabio Carvalho
Vocals, Bass

Megadeth - Warheads on Foreheads March 22nd, 2019

Additional notes
From left to right: Dirk Verbeuren, David Ellefson, Dave Mustaine, and Kiko Loureiro.
Megadeth was formed in late 1983 when Dave Mustaine (formerly of Metallica) threw a potted plant through the window of David Ellefson's apartment because Ellefson was practicing his bass too loud. When the band was formed Dijion Carruthers was their drummer and Greg Handevidt on guitars. They quickly replaced Carruthers with drummer Lee Rausch, recorded a demo and secured a few gigs in the San Francisco Bay area in February, 1984. Handevidt was fired for incompetence (he later formed Kublai Khan) They quickly found second guitarist Kerry King (Slayer), who played Megadeth's first three gigs: February 15th, 18th, and 19th, of 1984.
The band name was selected from a term referring to a million casualties, as a result of Nuclear Fallout. It was coined in 1953 by RAND military strategist Herman Kahn. The extra "a" was dropped by the band. 
King left later that month when Mustaine wanted him to choose between Megadeth and Slayer. Then, Chris Poland was brought in, and more gigs were played, starting on April 15th, 1984. A demo was recorded with this lineup, and then Lee Rausch left (he would later that year show up in Dark Angel), and was replaced by Gar Samuelson. This lineup recorded the first two albums.
There were troubles with Chris Poland. He was replaced with Mike Albert for part of the 1985 tour, and was finally fired in 1987, for stealing Mustaine's guitars and other transgressions (read the lyrics to "Liar" for a somewhat biased but not entirely untrue account), and Gar Samuelson left as well (his parting wasn't entirely amicable either). Chuck Behler came in immediately, and several guitarists were tried out, including Jay Reynolds of Malice, who played a few gigs on the 1987 tour, before giving way to Jeff Young. This lineup recorded So Far, So Good... So What, but after a subsequent tour, both Young and Behler were fired.
Nick Menza, Chuck's drum tech, went behind the kit himself in 1989, and the band recorded, as a trio, "No More Mister Nice Guy", an Alice Cooper cover for the Shocker soundtrack. After tryouts that included Criss Oliva (Savatage), Jeff Waters (Annihilator), Eric Meyer (Dark Angel), Dimebag Darrell (Pantera and Damageplan), a 15 year old Darrell Roberts (W.A.S.P.), a 16 year old Jeff Loomis (Nevermore), Lee Altus (Heathen) and even Slash (Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver), Marty Friedman of Cacophony was hired in February of 1990, and this lineup lasted for about 8 years and produced four albums and most of the songs on an EP, before Nick Menza left due to a knee injury.
Jimmy DeGrasso (of Y&T and White Lion) was brought in, and Risk was recorded. Then, Marty Friedman left, citing a desire to play Japanese pop music, while Mustaine wanted to return to heavy metal. Thus, Al Pitrelli of Savatage, as well as Trans-Siberian Orchestra joined the band. A new album, The World Needs A Hero, was recorded and a tour with Iced Earth launched afterwards.
Dave Mustaine, citing an arm injury that left him unable to play guitar effectively, dissolved Megadeth in April 2002. On January 13, 2004, Mustaine, following his alleged "religious awakening," announced his plans to re-form Megadeth with former guitarist Chris Poland. David Ellefson, Al Pitrelli and Jimmy DeGrasso did not want to rejoin and went back to working on their other projects. They initially formed a band of their own which never got off the ground. Dave Ellefson went on to join Soulfly.
In August of 2004, the new album, The System Has Failed, was completed with the help of session drummer and bassist Vinnie Colaiuta and Jimmy Sloas. Former guitarist Chris Poland was also brought back to record lead parts.
New guitarist Glen Drover and bassist James MacDonough were recruited for the tour, which would begin in September. Nick Menza briefly returned, but was dismissed after being deemed unfit to perform such a lengthy tour. Glen Drover's brother and Eidolon bandmate Shawn was brought in. This was confirmed as the permanent line-up by Dave Mustaine in 2005. Typically, though, this was not to last and MacDonough left at the beginning of 2006 to be replaced by James Lomenzo.
It was confirmed in mid-January 2008 - after considerable rumour - that Glen Drover had left Megadeth due to their heavy touring schedule conflicting with his family interests. Chris Broderick was immediately brought in to replace him.
James LoMenzo left Megadeth in February 2010, heralding the return of original bassist David Ellefson.
Compilation Appearances:
- "Rattlehead" on Speed Kills (The Very Best of Speed Metal (Music For Nations, 1985)
- "The Skull Beneath the Skin" on Welcome to the Metal Zone (Music For Nations, 1985)
- "Peace Sells" on Bullets Vol. 1 (Combat, 1986)
- "Peace Sells" on Heavy Metal Inferno (EMI, 1986)
- "Rattlehead" on Mad Trax II - Beyond Metal Zone (PGP RTB/Music For Nations, 1987, Yugoslavian press)
- "Peace Sells" on Metal Force (K-tel, 1987)
- "Skull Beneath the Skin" on Rising Metal (K-tel, 1988)
- "In my Darkest Hour" on Mega Metal (K-tel, 1989)
- "No More Mr. Nice Guy" on Wes Craven's Shocker soundtrack (SBK, 1989)
- "Rattlehead" on Protect the Innocent - 30 Metal Monsters (Telstar, 1989)
- "Peace Sells" on Giants of Rock - The Metal Decade 1986-87 Vol. 4 (EastWest, 1991)
- "99 Ways to Die" on The Beavis and Butthead Experience soundtrack (Geffen , 1993)
- "Skull Beneath the Skin" on Skullcrushers (Relativity, 1993)
- "Lucretia" and "Hangar 18" on Metal Attack (On Tour, 1993)
- "Angry Again" on Last Action Hero soundtrack (Columbia, 1993)
- "Diadems" on Tales From the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight soundtrack (Atlantic, 1994)
- "Symphony of Destruction" on Rock & Metal Factory (Disky, 1997)
1. Rattlehead (Remastered 2018) 03:40  
2. Mechanix (Remastered 2018) 04:24  
3. Killing Is My Business...And Business Is Good! (Remastered 2018) 03:06  
4. The Conjuring (Remastered 2011) 05:03  
5. Wake Up Dead (Remastered 2011) 03:38  
6. Devils Island (Remastered 2011) 05:05  
7. Good Mourning / Black Friday 06:40  
8. Set the World Afire (Remastered 2004) 05:49  
9. In My Darkest Hour (Remastered 2004) 06:27  
10. Holy Wars...The Punishment Due (Remastered 2004) 06:33  
11. Hangar 18 (Remastered 2004) 05:12  
12. Tornado of Souls (Remastered 2004) 05:20  
13. Rust in Peace...Polaris (Remastered 2004) 05:38  
14. Five Magics (Remastered 2004) 05:40  
15. Take No Prisoners (Remastered 2004) 03:28  
16. Skin o' My Teeth (Remastered 2012) 03:16  
17. Angry Again 03:48  
18. Symphony of Destruction (Remastered 2012) 04:08  
19. Sweating Bullets (Remastered 2004) 05:28  
20. À Tout le Monde 04:24  
21. Train of Consequences 03:32  
22. Reckoning Day 04:36  
23. Trust 05:12  
24. She-Wolf (Remastered 2004 / Remixed) 03:39  
25. Wanderlust (Remastered 2004) 05:49  
26. Dread and the Fugitive Mind 04:26  
27. Blackmail the Universe 04:34  
28. Washington Is Next! 05:20  
29. Head Crusher 03:27  
30. Public Enemy No. 1 04:16  
31. Kingmaker 04:19  
32. The Threat Is Real 04:22  
33. Poisonous Shadows 06:03  
34. Death from Within 04:48  
35. Dystopia 05:02

David Ellefson
Bass (1983-2002, 2010-present)
See also: Altitudes & Attitude, David Ellefson, Knight Fury, Metal Allegiance, ex-Temple of Brutality, Hail!, ex-Angels of Babylon, ex-Killing Machine, ex-Soulfly (live), ex-Tim Ripper Owens (live), ex-F5, ex-Fallen Angels
Dave Mustaine
Guitars, Vocals (1983-2002, 2004-present)
See also: ex-MD.45, ex-Metallica, ex-Fallen Angels, ex-Panic
Kiko Loureiro
Guitars (lead) (2015-present)
See also: Denison Fernandes, Kiko Loureiro, Neural Code, ex-Angra, ex-Tarja (live), ex-Projeto Brasil Guitarras
Dirk Verbeuren
Drums (2016-present)
See also: Abyssal Vortex, Bent Sea, Cadaver, Freya, Hespera, Phaze I, Pulse of Nebulae, Scarve, The Project Hate MCMXCIX, Vetur, Withered Moon, ex-Anaon, ex-Nuclear Blast Allstars, Tronos, ex-Aborted, ex-Anatomy of I, ex-Headline, ex-Mortuary, ex-Phazm, ex-Powermad, ex-Soilwork, ex-Solium Fatalis, ex-Taliandörögd, ex-Satyricon (live), ex-Lyzanxia, ex-Artsonic, ex-Warrel Dane, ex-Devin Townsend Project (live), ex-Yyrkoon (live), ex-One-Way Mirror, ex-Stenval

Krig - 7 Years of Brutality April 2nd, 2014

Krig
Country of origin:
Brazil, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
Formed in:
2007
Genre:
Progressive Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Politics, Society, God, Humanity
1. Bastard Boss 03:27
2. G.L.O.B.O. 04:22
3. Mercenary Pastor 04:21  
4. Dilacerated 02:59
5. Decay's Beholder 04:35  
6. Stop The Manipulation 03:50
7. 777 03:14
8. Fatality Brutality 04:25  
9. God is Alive 03:27  
10. Killer Tendency 05:29  
11. Satan 03:06  
12. Wild Civilization 08:42

Isaque Soares
Bass (2007-2008), Guitars (2007-2015)
See also: Apeiron, Mercy, ex-Isaque Athimospherus, Isaque Soares, ex-Sabbatariam
Daniel Corpse
Vocals (2007-2015)
See also: Mercy, Corpse Carcass, ex-Apeiron, ex-Sabbatariam, ex-Unnamed
Jully
Bass (2008-2015)
See also: ex-Sabbatariam (live)
Vinícius Soares
Drums (2009-2015)

Krig - Tribute October 11th, 2018

The band reported a split-up in 2009, but in less than a year they came back. In September 16, 2015 they announced on undefined hold status.
Bootleg releases:
* Live in D.F. Bootleg (2010)
* Live in RJ (2015)
Tribute apperences:
*Temporary Insanity (2010) (to Deliverance) with song "Weapons of Our Warfare"
*A Tribute of Mercy / Mortification Tributo (2010) (to Mortification)
Compilation apperences:
- "Mercenary Pastors" on Kingdom of Metal Land (MetalLand, 2007)
- "Stop the Manipulation" on Nice Noise III (2008)
- "Fast Food" on Cheese, Faith and Metal (MetalLand, 2008)
- "Fatality Brutality" on Brutal Love I (2009)
- "Mankind Dead Remains" on Brutal Love III (Sem Misericordia na Guerra) (2010)
- "Decay's Beholder" on Christian Brutal Death Metal Volume 1 (Christian Brutal Death Metal, 2015)
Contact: krigdeathmetal@gmail.com
1. Tribute 04:42   instrumental
2. Soldiers Under Command (Stryper cover) 05:00  
3. Heroes (Bride cover) 05:20  
4. Nonpoint (Believer cover) 04:45
5. Here Comes The Bride (Bride cover) 02:24
6. Grind Planetarium (Mortification cover) 04:41
7. Walls of Separation (Living Sacrifice cover) 04:34

Isaque Soares
Bass (2007-2008), Guitars (2007-2015)
Daniel Corpse
Vocals (2007-2015)
Jully
Bass (2008-2015)
Vinícius Soares
Drums (2009-2015)

Exegesis - Espíritu artificial 2009

1. Ausencia 08:14
2. Corre 02:49
3. Almas mecanicas 05:52   
4. Anunciando una condena 07:09   
5. Despertar en la oscuridad 05:17
6. Habitante 07:08  
7. No me rendire 06:54
8. Dejavu 09:48
9. Por sangre 06:42
10. Antes de morir 05:45
11. Guerreros del rock 04:43

Nik Simmons
Drums
Andrés Garzón
Guitars
Juan Carlos Garzón
Vocals, Bass

Exegesis - Lágrimas de sangre 2006

Country of origin:
Colombia Bogotá, D.C., Cundinamarca
Formed in:
2003
Genre:
Progressive Gothic/Thrash Metal
1. Valle de sombras 16:00  
2. Terror nocturno 05:53  
3. Lágrimas de sangre 07:00  
4. Profundo silencio 08:50  
5. Destrucción del dolor 05:40  
6. Manto de la muerte 09:10
7. Alcanzaré 06:15  
8. Desde el infierno 15:00

Nik Simmons
Drums
Andrés Garzón
Guitars
Juan Carlos Garzón
Vocals, Bass
Devil Beheaded - Hex Breaker March 11th, 2019
Devil Beheaded
Country of origin:
United States, Santa Rosa, Texas
Genre:
Blackened Heavy/Thrash Metal
Lyrical themes:
Anti-Satanism/Occult
1. Hex Breaker 04:26  
2. The Only Way 03:46  
3. Confess 03:39  
4. Blowing Out the Candles 04:03


David Cantu
All instruments, Vocals