Posts Tagged ‘Nile’

Overkill

Legendary New Jersey thrashers, Overkill, will unleash their upcoming 18th studio album, The Grinding Wheel, on February 10th, 2017 via Nuclear Blast. To date, the band has revealed a series of album trailers for the album discussing the artwork, lyrics, musical direction and much more. Today, the band revealed their fifth trailer in which vocalist Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth talks about his heavy metal charity organization “Rock Against Dystrophy.”

Check out all the trailers for The Grinding Wheel inside. And in case you missed it, be sure to read our brand new interview with Blitz here! Straight from the gutter, the frontman tackles everything from current-day-competition, Overkill history and, of course, more info on The Grinding Wheel than you can withstand!
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Overkill

Legendary New Jersey thrashers, Overkill, will release their brand-new single, “Our Finest Hour,” on November 4th through Nuclear Blast. Check out the fitting lyric video for the title track inside! The track comes from Overkill’s upcoming album, The Grinding Wheel, which will be released February 2017. (more…)

Adam "Nergal" Darski of Behemoth

Adam “Nergal” Darski of Behemoth

MAIN STAGE: Ozzy Osbourne, Lamb of God, Static-X, Lordi, Black Tide
SECOND STAGE: Hatebreed, Behemoth, DevilDriver, Daath, In This Moment, Chthonic, Ankla, Nile, The Showdown, 3 Inches of Blood
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Review by Greg Maki

What was the difference between the Ozzfests of years past and this year’s so-called “Freefest?” The lineup didn’t quite have the star power we have become accustomed to over the past decade. Instead, it featured a mix of established acts that could afford to tour for two months without getting paid but stillare looking to expand their audience (Lamb of God, Static-X, Hatebreed) and lesser known acts that can’t get the kind of exposure Ozzfest offers on their own (virtually everyone else). Throw in sponsor logos everywhere you look (including the bands’ stage backdrops), and that was about it. From a fan’s perspective, the show rolled on as usual. You’ll hear no complaints from me on that because Ozzfest is always one of the highlights of my summer. (more…)