There's nothing like a three-week tour of South America with German thrash kings Kreator to psych a band up to create and destroy. Just ask Gary Holt, guitarist and songwriter for San Francisco thrash veterans Exodus.
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"Good evening New York City. We are Kre-a-tor!" frontman Mille Petrozza told Nokia Theater on March 6. Kreator were in New York City celebrating their 25th anniversary. It's their second round back in less than a year -- the German b
Last year, New Jersey thrash band Overkill launched the Killfest tour in Europe with Exodus, Gamma Bomb and Torture Squad. Now they're taking the slaughter through North America with Vader, God Dethroned, Warbringer, Evile and Woe of Tyrants. Th
Over the past couple of years, countless '80s thrash bands, including Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Testament, Exodus and Overkill have experienced career resurgences and released some of their best material since before the dawn of grunge
Rehearsals for Megadeth's upcoming 'Rust in Peace' 20th Anniversary Tour are all done, and pre-production for the trek -- which launches March 1 in Spokane, Wash. and runs through March 31 in Hollywood, Calif. -- begins this week. Lat
In one of those moments that make us wonder if it's April Fools Day, Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has announced that original bassist Dave Ellefson is back in the band and will embark on Megadeth's month-long 'Rust in Peace' 20th Anniversary Tour, which begins March 1 in Spokane, Wash. and runs through March 31 in Hollywood, Calif. The shows will feature M
Ümlaut was a Bay Area zine that was launched in the early '90s before founder Brian Lew -- pictured here with Metallica's James Hetfield -- put it to bed in 1995. It covered everyone from Sonic Youth to Slayer. Now, Lew has effectively documented the '80s metal sce
Just before Exodus were to take the Nokia Theatre stage, metal photographer and writer Ken Pierce warned me that it just might get very "violent." Apparently the last time the old school thrashers visited New York City there was an overload of crowd surfing.
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