Here it is in all it's glory, Metallica's triumphant return to the world of Thrash: Hardwired... To Self-Destruct.
A few months ago I reported on the Ronon’s Reviews FB page that Metallica had promised their fans that the new record, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct would take a massive step towards their thrash sound of yesteryear.
After a whole week of being my album of choice I can finally say, yes it does and the best way I can sum it up is, while it's not as awesome as Master Of Puppets (what I consider the greatest release from Metallica) it's definitely nowhere as shit as St Anger (we all know it's a piece of crap).
The Nu-Metalers from Bakersfield have gone back in time for their 12th studio album The Serenity of Suffering.
Korn was my break through band, back in 98 I listened to a lot of pop and mainstream shit mainly because that was what my friends at the time liked, but after the first listen to ‘Freak on a Leash’ I was converted, my musical tastes expanded and I became a proud metalhead. I of course went back and got hold of their previous releases and my love for the band grew, I became a follower.