Friday, July 26, 2019

Of Monsters and Men

Of Monsters and Men
Garður/Keflavík/Garðabær, Iceland
Chamber pop, Indie folk, folk-pop


My Head Is an Animal (2011) Ltd.Ed.
Live from Vatnagarðar (2013)
Beneath the Skin (2015) Del.Ed.
Fever Dream (2019)

Thy Art Is Murder

Thy Art Is Murder
Blacktown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Deathcore


This Hole is Not Deep Enough (2007) Demo
Infinite Death (2008) EP
The Adversary (2010)
Hate (2012)
Holy War (2015)
The Depression Sessions (2016) split with The Acacia Strain and Fit for an Autopsy
Dear Desolation (2017)
Human Target (2019)

Lordi

Lordi
Rovaniemi, Finland
Hard rock, heavy metal, shock rock


Get Heavy (2002)
Devil Is a Loser (2003) Single
Blood Red Sandman (2004) Single
The Monsterican Dream (2004)
The Arockalypse (2006)
Deadache (2008)
Babez for Breakfast (2010)
Bend Over and Pray the Lord (2012) rec.'97
To Beast Or Not to Beast (2013)
Scare Force One (2014) Jap.Ed.
Monstereophonic (Theaterror Vs. Demonarchy) (2016)
Sexorcism (2018)
Recor Dead Live: Sextourcism in Z7 (2019)

All Out War

All Out War
Newburgh, New York, United States
Metalcore, crossover thrash, thrash metal


Sum of All Fears (1992) Demo
Destined to Burn (1994) EP
Truth in the Age of Lies (1997)
For Those Who Were Crucified (1998)
Condemned to Suffer (2003)
Assassins in the House of God (2007)
Into the Killing Fields (2010)
Dying Gods (2015) EP
Give Us Extinction (2017)
Crawl Among the Filth (2019)

Trigger

Trigger
Belgrade, Serbia
Hard rock, heavy metal, alternative metal, industrial metal


Ljubav (2007)
Ex (2012) Covers
Vreme čuda (2015) Orig.+2019 Engl.Vers.

Hatriot

Hatriot
Oakland, California
Thrash metal

Hatriot is an American thrash metal band formed in 2011 by Ex-singer Steve "Zetro" Souza (currently the lead singer of Exodus) and guitarist Kosta Varvatakis. Along with Kosta Varvatakis Hatriot's current lineup Justin Cole on guitar and Souza's sons, drummer Nick Souza and bass guitarist Cody Souza. They are under contract with Massacre Records. As of 2015, Steve Souza has stepped down as the front man of the band, due to his commitments to Exodus. His son Cody has taken over lead vocals.


Hatriot (2011) Demo
Heroes of Origin (2013)
Dawn of the New Centurion (2014) Ltd.Ed.
From Days Unto Darkness (2019)

Friday, July 19, 2019

Scott Stapp

Scott Stapp
Orlando, Florida, U.S.
Post-grunge, hard rock, alternative metal

Scott Stapp (born Anthony Scott Flippen, August 8, 1973) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Stapp is best known as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Creed. He has also fronted the band Art of Anarchy.


The Great Divide (2005)
Proof of Life (2013)
The Space Between the Shadows (2019)

Sabaton

Sabaton
Falun, Sweden
Power metal


Primo Victoria (2005) orig.+2011 Reis.
Attero Dominatus (2006) orig.+2011 Reis.
Metalizer (2007) 2011 Reis.
The Art of War (2008) 2010 Reis.
Coat of Arms (2010) Ltd.Ed.
World War Live: Battle of the Baltic Sea (2011)
Metalus Hammerus Rex (2012) Comp.
Carolus Rex (2012) Ltd.Ed.
Swedish Empire Live (2013)
Heroes (2015) Del.Ltd.Ed.
Heroes on Tour (2016)
The Last Stand (2016)
The Great War (2019)

Flaw

Flaw
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Nu metal, alternative metal, hard rock


American Arrogance (1996) Demo
Flaw (1998) Demo
Drama (2000) EP
Through the Eyes (2001) UK Ed.
Endangered Species (2004)
Home Grown Studio Sessions (2009)
Divided We Fall (2016)
United We Stand (2017) EP
Vol IV: Because of the Brave (2019)

Sum 41

Sum 41
Ajax, Ontario, Canada
Punk rock, pop punk, skate punk, alternative metal, alternative rock, melodic hardcore


Rock Out with Your Cock Out (1998) Demo
Half Hour of Power (2000) EP
All Killer No Filler (2001)
Motivation (2002) EP
Does This Look Infected? (2002)
Does This Look Infected Too? (2003) Live
Little Know It All (2003) Single, with Iggy Pop
Chuck (2004) Jap.Ed.
Happy Live Surprise (2005)
Go Chuck Yourself (2006) Live
Underclass Hero (2007)
All The Good Shit: 14 Solid Gold Hits 2000-2008 (2009)
Screaming Bloody Murder (2011)
Live at the House of Blues: Cleveland 9.15.07 (2011)
13 Voices (2016) Jap.Ed.
Order in Decline (2019) Del.Ed.