Nu Metal Reviews
It’s been a turbulent 15 year ride for Texan metal stalwarts Drowning Pool. They’ve had the highs of global mega-smash ‘Bodies’ – a song beloved of sweaty rock clubs and US soldiers, but despised by Iraqi detainees who were reportedly “tortured” by repeated plays of the track – but also lows, most notably the tragic untimely death of original vocalist… Read More »
IV is earthtone9’s first album since their 2010 reunion – making it the bands first full-length in 13 years. However, there’s a big difference between performing old crowd favourites live and reuniting after so long to write music. Will earthtone9’s reunion peter out in a flurry of nostalgia and half-baked ideas? Happily, the answer to this question at least is… Read More »
Papa Roach first rose to prominence in the early 2000’s ‘nu-metal explosion’ with smash hit ‘Last Resort’ – a song that’s still played in rock clubs everywhere and, seven albums later Papa Roach are still penning huge, bouncy and fun rock songs, this time introducing electronic elements to the more traditional rock sound that the band have explored on recent… Read More »
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Dangerous New Machine are a band that not too many people on the UK side of the Atlantic may have heard of. I confess, until meeting Dangerous New Machine guitarist Billy Grey (read Rocksins interview with Billy here) when he was in his other role as Axeman for FOZZY I had not heard of them either. Billy was generous enough to… Read More »