Thursday, March 31, 2016

Eloy Casagrande of Sepultura started playing drums since he was just a kid.

Eloy Casagrande is currently the latest Sepultura drummer. He replaced Jean Dolabella who left the band in November 2011. But, how well he plays? it's been since he was very young. He actually started playing when he was 7.

In 2004, at age 13, he was the big winner of the Batuka International Drummer Fest, sponsored by Vera Figueiredo. Soon, after the contest, Casagrande also won Modern Drummer's Undiscovered Drummer Contest 2006

The video below taken from Modern Drummer Festival 2005. Back then, he was just 14. Check it out.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Under My Skin A Sepultura Documentary trailer

Sepultura is making a documentary. It's called "Under My Skin", It is a six part mini series, filmed over 4 days during Sepultura's 30th Anniversary Tour.
Produced by: Her Name Is Murder Productions (
A release date for the feature has yet to be set.
Check out the trailer below:

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Nine Things To Look Out For On The New Metallica Box Sets

By Paul Braniggan of

Metallica will release deluxe editions of Kill 'Em All and Ride The Lightning in April

On April 15, Metallica will release remastered versions of their first two albums, 1983’s 'Kill ‘Em All' and 1984’s 'Ride The Lightning' on CD, vinyl and, most excitingly, in deluxe box set formats.

The box sets will feature previously unreleased live sets from the band, demos and rarities plus hardcover books containing rare photos and essays from fans and friends who witnessed their early days. We’ve sifted through the expansive archive material (the Kill ‘Em All box features four vinyl records, five CDs and a DVD, while the Ride The Lightning set collates four records, six CDs and a DVD) to pick out nine noteworthy moments of interest to hardcore fans.

Hear the first ever live performances of Fight Fire With Fire, Ride The Lightning and Creeping Death 
Upon the completion of their first ever national tour, the Kill ‘Em All For One tour, Metallica returned home to San Francisco’s Bay Area to work on new material in the garage of James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich’s house in El Cerrito. On Halloween night 1983, they decided to premiere three of their new songs at a club show in Palo Alto, California. So fresh were Fight Fire With Fire and Ride The Lightning that James Hetfield hadn’t even finished their lyrics, meaning that on Ride The Lightning he repeats the first verse lyrics for the song’s final verse, while at the end of Fight Fire With Fire’s second verse the singer simply grunts nonsensical noises in place of actual words.

Metallica performing with Anthrax’s gear
On January 14, 1984 Metallica were forced to cancel a show at Boston’s Channel Club when a blizzard paralysed the city. With the band stuck in New Jersey, their crew checked into a hotel for the night, but awoke to find that their rental truck and all the band’s equipment – including James Hetfield’s first Marshall amp – had been stolen. The quartet completed the remaining dates on the tour – including a January 20 show in Middletown, New York, available for the first time on the Kill 'Em All box set – using gear borrowed from Anthrax. Onstage at J Bees Rock III, Hetfield dedicated Seek and Destroy to the New Yorkers; his despair at the theft would later inspire him to write Fade To Black.

Cliff Burton proving he’s the finest bass player of his generation
Cliff Burton’s huge impact upon Metallica has been well documented, and one need only check the publishing credits on Ride The Lightning to see how his knowledge of classical music and music theory elevated the band’s songwriting. Hetfield and Ulrich were so in awe of their friend’s talent that they made space for Burton’s solo showcase (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth on Kill ‘Em All, and indeed in subsequent live shows, but for a previously unheard demonstration of Burton’s abilities, check out his astonishing intro to Whiplash at J Bees Rock III. Yes, that’s a bass guitar.

A full set from Metallica’s first ever European tour
“We’re fucking Metallica, we’re a bunch of alcoholics from California!” is how James Hetfield introduced his band to Parisian headbangers at Espace Balard on February 9, 1984 at show four on the band’s first ever European tour, in support to Venom. With Metallica due to begin recording their second album Ride The Lightning at Sweet Silence Studios on February 20, Hetfield still hadn’t finished the lyrics on that final verse of the title track, as the live version performed here testifies.

Vocal and guitar solo-free versions of NWOBHM classics Am I Evil? and Blitzkrieg
Among the demo recordings and rough mixes pulled from Lars Ulrich’s vaults for these reissues, the ‘Rhythm Track Rough Mixes’ of Diamond Head’s Am I Evil? and Blitzkrieg’s Blitzkrieg – cover versions that would appear on the B-side of the Creeping Death single, released on November 23, 1984 – stand out, because they allow listeners to clearly hear, for the first time, the dynamic interplay between James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich alone. Think there’s a better rhythm guitar player in metal than Hetfield? Here’s proof that you’re wrong.

Cliff Burton disowning Escape 
Written in the studio during the Ride The Lightning album sessions, Escape might be the only genuinely dishonest Metallica song, a track penned with a view to securing airplay for the band. A measure of how much Metallica came to hate the song is evidenced by the fact that they have only ever played it once live, and then only when they couldn’t avoid it, having committed to playing Ride The Lightning album in full at their Orion festival show in Atlantic City on June 23, 2012. As a radio interview segment with Kirk Hammett and Cliff Burton from 1985 proves, Metallica’s bassist – who had no hand in writing the song – was publicly disowning it even as the band were promoting the record. “I hate that song,” Burton told an interviewer at WUSC Cleveland, “that’s the one Metallica song that I really hate.”

Lars Ulrich dissing England! 
A committed Anglophile Lars Ulrich may be, but that didn’t stop the Danish drummer having a dig at England when interviewed for Metal Madness fanzine in an El Paso diner on March 2, 1985. Telling his interviewer “England is the place in Europe that’s actually our weakest market” the Dane goes on to say “England is a very conservative place when it comes to music…” The fact that at this point Metallica had played a grand total of three English shows, all of them in London, may perhaps have contributed to Metallica’s sluggish start sales-wise.

The first ever live performance of Disposable Heroes 
On September 14, 1985 Metallica took a time-out from recording their third album, Master of Puppets, to headline the Metal Hammer festival in St. Goarshausen, Germany above Venom and Wishbone Ash. After saluting the “fucking crazy fuckers” in attendance, James Hetfield introduces a new song from the album he suggests will be “out around Christmas time” and the band launch into Disposable Heroes for the first time in public.

Metallica’s first appearance at Donington Park 
Metallica’s only other European date in 1985 saw them grace metal’s spiritual home, Donington Park, for the first time, on a Monsters of Rock festival bill featuring ZZ Top, Marillion, Bon Jovi, Ratt and Magnum. Sandwiched between Ratt and Bon Jovi on August 17, perhaps the most memorable moment of the day came when James Hetfield introduced the band to the East Midlands crowd ahead of playing For Whom The Bell Tolls. “We’re Metallica,” said Hetfield, “and I have to tell you something from the start: If you came here to see spandex, and fucking eye make-up and all that shit, and the words ‘rock ‘n’ roll baby’ in every fucking song this ain’t the fucking band!” Priceless.

The deluxe box sets of Kill 'Em All and Ride The Lightning will be available on April 15.


Download MP3 Metallica Classic Albums:
Kill 'Em AllRide The LightningMaster of Puppets...And Justice for All

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Behemoth frontman Nergal says he's making progress on new album

Behemoth frontman Adam 'Nergal' Darski has revealed he's started work on the band's next album.

The singer said in January that he has been inspired by the "avant-garde" when writing the follow-up to 2014's The Satanist, adding that it would be a "new chapter" for the band and redefine their music.

Now he says in an Instagram post that he's playing "dark stuff" on his Gretsch White Falcon guitar.

He says: "Well, It has begun. The process. New music for Behemoth. Interesting to hear how the dark stuff sounds when played on White Falcon. It kinda gets me on a different track and I'm liking it a lot."

Darski also said he expected the new material to have post-punk influences.

Apr 21: Philadelphia Theatre of the Living Arts, PA
Apr 22: New York Webster Hall, NY
Apr 23: Boston Royale, MA
Apr 25: Montreal Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre, QC
Apr 26: Toronto The Phoenix Concert Theater, ON
Apr 27: Detroit St. Andrews Hall, MI
Apr 29: Chicago Thalia Hall, IL
Apr 30: Minneapolis Mill City Nights, MN
May 01: Lawrence The Granada Theater, KS
May 05: Denver The Gothic Theatre, CO
May 04: Salt Lake City The Complex, UT
May 06: San Francisco The Regency Ballroom, CA
May 07: Santa Ana The Observatory, CA
Jun 12: Nickelsdorf Nova Rock, AT
Jun 23: Halden Tons Of Rock NO
Jun 24-25: Goleniow Rock City Rock Hard Ride Free, Poland
Jul 01: Helsinki Tuska Festival , Finland
Jul 02: Lobnitz With Full Force, Germany
Jul 08: Geiselwind Out & Loud Festival, Germany
Jul 11: Dunaujvaros Rockmarathon, Hungary
Aug 11: Walton On Trent Bloodstock Open Air, UK
Oct 20: Wiesbaden Schlachthof, Germany
Oct 21: Esch-Sur-Alzette Rockhal, Luxembourg
Oct 22: Rennes L'Etage, France
Oct 23: Toulouse Le Bikini, France
Oct 25: Lisbon Paradise Garage, Portugal
Oct 26: Madrid La Riviera, Spain
Oct 27: Barcelona Razzmatazz 1, Spain
Oct 28: Lyon Transbordeur, France
Oct 29: Luzern Schuur, Switzerland
Oct 30: Strasbourg La Laiterie, France


Download MP3 albums:
The Satanist Evangelion The Apostasy Ezkaton

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Cover Battle: Classic "Take on Me" by A-ha performed by 331Erock & Pellek vs. Leo Moracchioli

Since Youtube and Internet invented, so many amazing talents appears. These people definitely, no doubt, are some of them. They did the cover of the Norwegian band A-ha classic number one hit "Take on Me".

Which one is better? you decide. \m/

If you like the artists, don't forget to support by buying their musics, subscribe to their websites and their videos on Youtube.

Download MP3 "Take on Me" cover by
331Erock & Pellek Leo Moracchioli
311Erock & Pellek Official Frog Leap Studio

History of Metal in One Song (video)

A history of metal in one song. See if you can relate and tell the difference of all the metal sub-genres \m/

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Hear the remastered version of Metallica classic The Four Horsemen, taken from deluxe edition of Kill ‘Em All

Metallica have streamed the remastered version of classic track The Four Horsemen, taken from the upcoming deluxe edition of debut album Kill ‘Em All.

The 1983 record and its follow-up, Ride The Lighting, are to be launched in limited-edition multi-disc box sets on April 15, to tie in with Record Store Day.

The packs also include pictures from the band’s personal archives, along with detailed articles written by people who witnessed the albums being made.

Meanwhile, Metallica have revealed the cover art for the live album they recorded at the Bataclan in Paris in 2003. It’s also released on Record Store Day, with proceeds to be donated to the victims of the terrorist massacre at the venue in November.

Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite, Metallica! features nine tracks and it’s part of the band’s commitment as this year’s RSD ambassadors. Lars Ulrich recently said: “Independent record stores are part of Metallica's DNA – they’ve been pivotal in shaping each one of us into the music fanatics we've all become.”


Download MP3 Metallica Classic Albums:

Kill 'Em All Ride The Lightning Master of Puppets ...And Justice for All

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Exclusive: Judas Priest Premiere “Halls of Valhalla” from ‘Battle Cry’ DVD

Judas Priest will unveil their new DVD, ‘Battle Cry,’ on March 25 via Epic Records. In anticipation, the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere their clip of “Halls of Valhalla.” Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

Recorded live on August 1, 2015 at Germany’s Wacken Festival in front of an audience of 85,000, ‘Battle Cry’ is available on a 15-track CD, with the entire show on Blu-ray and DVD (running over 94 minutes), as well as digital audio and video formats. The DVD and Blu-ray also contains three bonus tracks shot in Poland on December 10, 2015 at The Ergo Arena, Gdansk, Poland.

The band’s tour in support of their 17th studio album, ‘Redeemer of Souls’, was one of the most extensive of the group’s entire career–consisting of 130 shows in 33 countries.

For more information, visit Judas Priest’s website, Twitter and Facebook.

Battle Cry CD sequence:
1. (Intro) Battle Cry
2. Dragonaut
3. Metal Gods
4. Devil’s Child
5. Victim of Changes
6. Halls of Valhalla
7. Redeemer of Souls
8. Beyond the Realms of Death
9. Jawbreaker
10. Breaking the Law
11. Hell Bent For Leather
12. The Hellion
13. Electric Eye
14. You’ve Got Another Thing Coming
15. Painkiller

Battle Cry DVD/Blu-ray sequence:
1. (Intro) Battle Cry
2. Dragonaut
3. Metal Gods
4. Devil’s Child
5. Victim of Changes
6. Halls of Valhalla
7. Turbo Lover
8. Redeemer of Souls
9. Beyond the Realms of Death
10. Jawbreaker
11. Breaking the Law
12. Hell Bent For Leather
13. The Hellion
14. Electric Eye
15. You’ve Got Another Thing Coming
16. Painkiller
17. Living After Midnight
Recorded live on August 1st, 2015 at Wacken Festival, Germany.

18. Screaming for Vengeance
19. The Rage
20. Desert Plains
Recorded live on December 10th, 2015 at The Ergo Arena, Gdansk, Poland.

Cover Battle: Megadeth's Tornado of Souls cover by Casey Cooper feat. Emil & Dariel and Tina S.

Megadeth's Tornado of Souls cover by Casey Cooper feat. Emil & Dariel and Tina S.
They performed the legendary iconic song of Megadeth in their own way.
Which one you like? You choose.

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Dave Mustaine Is Almost Done With A Book About Every MEGADETH Song Ever Written

Dave Mustaine wrote a memoir that came out in 2011 called Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir, and the reviews seems pretty positive on the whole. As someone who reads quite a bit, and respects the legacy of Mustaine, I'd like to get around to it eventually… though this new book sounds even better.

In an interview with, Mustaine says that he's currently working on a book that will chronicle every Megadeth song ever written.

In addition to touring and recording, Mustaine said he hopes to complete a book that will convey the story behind every Megadeth song. His 2011 biography, "Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir," made The New York Times bestseller list.

"It's mostly done," Mustaine said of his next book. "The problem is I'm so busy right now I can't pay attention to it, which is not a bad problem to have."

Alright, color me interested. That's a lot of reading, and that's a lot of listening, but if Mustaine is willing to play storyteller for every single song across the band's 15 albums (and then non-album singles, etc.), then that's some serious dedication worth paying attention to.


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The Producer of the New METALLICA Album Is…

Metallica are knee-deep in recording their album, this much we know already, even though some people seem to think they don't even need to make a new album, seeing as though the Black Album is still selling like gangbusters.

But, the band are committed to doing a new record and they are in the studio working hard on the follow-up to Death Magnetic. One question still lingers: who is producing the album? Their last album, considered a return to form, was "executive produced" by Rick Rubin, meanwhile all the down-and-dirty engineering that goes with being a producer was handled by Greg Fidelman. So, who is behind the board this time? AltPress spoke with Kirk Hammett who confirmed the band is working with Fidelman again:We’re pretty much doing it with Greg Fidelman. He is in the mix. As far as what the final outcome will be, I don’t know. We have not brought in any [other] producer and it looks extremely [unlikely] we’d bring one in this late into the project.

Hammett also explained Fidelman's role in the studio:
The title “producer” itself is a bit ambiguous. It differs from person to person. You can call Rick Rubin a producer, but he’s not the [same] type of producer as Bob Rock, who is there for every note. At the same time, Rick Rubin gets stuff done. Greg Fidelman is a different type of producer in that he’s with the engineer always looking to try and move the project forward. And that’s different from, say, Dr. Dre, who is the type of producer who is actually making backing tracks, producing music, writing music. In the hip-hop world, Dre is a producer. It’s so ambiguous. If you go by the traditional term, we're doing it with Greg, pretty much.

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Powermad - Nice Dreams (Classic Video)

Catchy tune, pounding riffs, great melody. One of the classic Thrash Metal song from Powermad that you'll never get tired of. \m/

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Absolute Power The Madness Begins...