Just like Hardwired, how do you feel about Metallica‘s second single Moth into Flame?
At the height of the fame of Nu-Metal there were many bands that flooded the scene. Like System of A Down, there was Mudvayne, a band that brought true musical expertise to the table. Mudvayne was heavy, screw Hell-Yeah.
Now that all of the opinions have been formed here at MetalXtreme we would like to know how metal fans feel about this new Metallica track.
Putting aside retro ideals and strongly enforcing modern techniques is Mortal Strike. Mortal Strike‘s For the Loud and the Aggressive knows it’s demographic well and for those about to thrash, I got something for you!
With moments that reminisce of mid-era Slayer and Kreator, Mortal Strike takes no fucking prisoners. You can really hear the Slayer in “Release the Hounds of War” in just the vocal presentation of the word WAAAAAAAAAR!
Through energetic riff after energetic riff, Mortal Strike emphasizes contemporary thrash. This is not a let down of an album in the slightest, so all my loud and aggressive thrashers that want some Austrian flavor, look no further.
*This has been edited because this moron of a fucking writer went with the first piece of information he found about this band’s Origin, they are not Australian, they are Austrian. This is what happens when you only look to one place for information, I apologize, this is entirely my fault and a random google search result’s fault, sorry.
Following Mausoleum Gate‘s 2014 critically acclaimed self-titled debut album comes the two-track 7″ vinyl release of Metal and the Might. The release contains two new songs to please all their fans and keep the flame alive. Reflecting once more the eccentricity and uniqueness of these Fins, the title track is a straight in your face metal offering. The B side is occupied for over 6 minutes by the fantastic Demon Soul,” representing the band’s progressive essence.
In October 2014 the release of Mausoleum Gate‘s self-titled full-length debut album caught the world of Heavy Metal by surprise. Out of nowhere Mausoleum Gate garnered genuine, unexpected attention, considering they do not play your average kind of metal. With an unusual offering that incorporates elements of late 70s proto-metal and a genuine, breathtaking affiliation with the spirit of the NWOBHM, Mausoleum Gate soon rose to the status of cult-band,” a condition that brought them to play prestigious German Keep It True festival in 2015.
Mausoleum Gate was formed in 2008 by Count L.F. (gt) and Wicked Ischanius (bs) and two years after recorded their debut EP Gateways For The Wicked. In the spring of 2013 the band released Obsessed By Metal 7” and reached a deal with Cruz Del Sur Music to release their self-titled debut album in October 2014.
The band has recently hired the services of new bass-player Nino Karjalainen (not playing on the 7 though) while Wicked Ischianus has moved to keyboards full time.
V-P. Varpula – Vocals
Count L.F. – Electric and Acoustic Guitars
Nino Karjalainen – bass
Kasperi Puranen – Electric Guitars
Wicked Ischianus – Hammond C3 Organ, Mellotron M400 and MiniMoog
Oscar Razanez – Drums, Percussions and Gongs
Listen and Order HERE!