Black Tusk – Tend No Wounds

Black Tusk have always had that “spur of the moment” feel about them. From the minute guitarist Andrew Fidler and bassist Jonathan Athon knocked on their neighbour’s door and asked if he wanted to be in their band, there has been this sense of freedom about the way they operate. Their music is the same. It is almost flippant in its design – oozing simplicity; laughing in the face of their Savannah brethren’s experimentalism. Consequently, they have very rapidly built up a consistent catalogue of thrash-streaked punk n’ sludge that, when performed, can lay waste to any venue.

Fleshgod Apocalypse Post New Album Trailer

I hate to be a tease (oh wait no I don’t), but I’ve already gotten my hands on a promo copy of the new Fleshgod Apocalypse album Labyrinth and can confirm it’s excellence. We’ve got a review coming (hopefully next week!), but the general consensus is that if you like…

Get ‘Fracked‘ With Revocation

  This is pretty timely considering that we published our review for Revocation just yesterday, so continue your ride on the hype train courtesy of Loudwire.com who are offering us the chance to get acquainted with ‘Fracked’. Guitarist David Davidson gave his thoughts on the track, stating: “‘Fracked’ is a…