thrash metal

Hammersonic: Perth pre-festival party

Perth is in for a shit hot time on 27 February as two of the states best metal exponents warm up for gigs in Jakarta

Jakarta's annual international metal festival, Hammersonic is fast approaching and this year Perth's premium power metal band Silent Knight & the face crushing

Game Over - For Humanity (Scarlet Records)

Rock solid Italian thrash metal. Still waiting for a thrash version of Bella Ciao...
Release Date: 
2 Feb 2015 (All day)

2012 represented the tail end to the heights of the thrash metal resurgence in the 2000s, with numerous strong albums released that year by both the old and new guard.

Frosthelm to release The Endless Winter on Matt Hyde's Black Work label

Thrashened black metal unit Frosthelm sign to Matt Hyde's Black Work (Alkemy Brothers) label and are set to release their debut full length album, The Endless Winter on March 22.

Formed in 2009, Frosthelm hail from the frozen plains of North Dakota, where the extreme weather and bleak environment has left a profound and distinct mark on their sound.

Exodus: Something In The Water.... Or The Weed

"I joined the band on a Friday, the world found out on the Sunday and by Wednesday I was in the studio".

Whilst Australians were all preparing for umbrella drinks, Christmas hams and the annual blood bath at the mall Exodus wrapped up a string of shows on the west coast of the USA dur

2014 in Review: Evil Eye's Pete Saunders - "PLEASE, if you like a band and you would like independent music to survive, you must support them financially"

The Brisbane outfit made a quite a few waves this year...

Welcome to Metal as Fuck, and thanks for taking part in our review of 2014! Please be so kind as to let us know who you are and what you do.

Cavalera Conspiracy - Pandemonium (Napalm Records)

Another excellent slab of Thrash/Death from the Cavalera brothers.
Release Date: 
31 Oct 2014 (All day)

Having been central to making three albums with three different bands released this year, and publishing an autobiography, Max Cavalera is keeping himself very bus