heavy-thrash

Megadeth and Lamb Of God reschedule 2020 North American Tour to Summer & Fall 2021

It’s time. Megadeth and Lamb Of God cannot be stopped and today announced the rescheduled run of the Metal Tour of the Year. Joining them, as previously planned, will be special guests Trivium and In Flames, heralding the long-awaited return to the stage for these bands, who are every bit as excited about these historic and not-to-be-missed shows as fans are.

Sepultura announces November 2021 UK Headlining Tour Dates

Early last year, Sepultura released their sensational new record “Quadra” - a contemporary thrash monument, backed by sublime melodies and technical dexterity. Itching to perform new tracks live to their fans, the band are thrilled to announce a UK leg to their Quadra European Tour, already announced for later this year.

Tickets and VIP upgrades will go on sale this Friday 26th March @ 10am GMT here.

Oceanhoarse to release debut full-length album “Dead Reckoning” on August 20th 2021

Helsinki-based Heavy Fucking Metal (patent pending!) group Oceanhoarse have released their new single “Reaching Skywards” today, taken from their upcoming debut full-length album “Dead Reckoning”, which will be released on August 20th, 2021, via Noble Demon.

With its in-your-face metal riffing, 90s style psychedelia and astral beauty of the chorus, this is quite possibly the most versatile Oceanhoarse song to date.
 

Nothing Sacred to release new studio album “No Gods” on July 16th 2021

One of the earliest Australian bands to play thrash/speed metal, Nothing Sacred was conceived in Melbourne, Australia in 1983. Unleashing their debut EP “Deathwish” in early 1985, launching the band as one of the most sought-after pit makers with the record’s title track becoming a classic within the Australian metal scene.

Anthrax announces 40th anniversary celebrations

One of The Big Four turns the big 4-0 this year, and are celebrating with a number of special activities and events to honour the landmark anniversary. Formed by guitarist Scott Ian and bassist Dan Lilker in Queens, NY on July 18th 1981, Anthrax were one of the first thrash metal bands to emerge from the East Coast and quickly became regarded as a leader in the genre alongside Metallica, Slayer, and Megadeth. 
 

Desaster to release new studio album “Churches Without Saints” on June 4th 2021

On June 4th, 2021, Desaster will release their new album, “Churches Without Saints”, via Metal Blade Records.

For a first preview of “Churches Without Saints”, a video for the new single, “Learn to Love the Void”, can be viewed below.

Pre-order “Churches Without Saints”, here, in the following formats:

• digipak-CD
• 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive)