California thrash upstarts Warbringer have returned to settle the score and cement their long term legacy fully with sixth album Weapons of Tomorrow. "Firepower Kills" probably ought to open all their future shows, just a complete stage setter for chaos. "Crushed Beneath The Tracks" and "Power Unsurpassed" in particular show this band would have ruled 1988 with ease and contain maximum neck injuring/ fist pumping potential (along with notable Slayer-worthy wraith shrieking). I am not 100% on the semi-thin snare sound but it hardly distracts the band's performances are all monstrous on this bad boy. Exodus, Annihilator fans or of course fans of more new school speed thrash bands should get all over this one. \m/
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Kentucky metallers Beyond the Shore have been confirmed to support Bermuda on ‘The Blackest Hearts Tour,’ which begins on June 28 in Memphis, TN and is currently slated to run eighteen dates through July 16 and wrap up in Fort Worth, TX.
Vocalist Andrew Loucks had this to say on the announcement:
“We are all stoked to get back out on the road when we head out with Bermuda this summer! We’re looking forward to hanging out and playing some more wild shows. See you all soon!”
Check out confirmed tour dates here.Add to My Radar
Kentucky metallers, Beyond The Shore, have debuted their third single “Glass Houses” off of Ghostwatcher on Loudwire.com.
Vocalist Andrew Loucks had this to say:
“It is written as a sequel dream state to ‘Half Lived’, as the entirety of the album is written in the mind state of a dream. ‘Glass Houses ‘is basically my perfect world, created and maintained from imagination.”
Stream “Glass Houses” here.
Ghostwatcher is set to drop on April 2nd.Add to My Radar