A Killer’s Confession has taken on a Sepultura classic for its latest single.
The band premiered its take of Sepultura’s classic, ‘Roots Bloody Roots‘ Friday, and complimented it with a video to boot. The band’s take on the song largely stays true to its source material while amping it up even more. Perhaps most interesting of note is just how closely front man Waylon Reavis’ vocals resemble those of former Sepultura front man and current Soulfly front man Max Cavalera throughout the song.
The video for the band’s cover feature Reavis in studio in some portions, recording the song, and in his new makeup in other parts. The moments when he goes from smiling to frowning in his makeup are some very scary looks from him.
Reavis said in a statement, he and his band mates decided to take on the song because of the role that Sepultura (and Max Cavalera) had on his career.
“Releasing this song is an honor,” Reavis said. “In my humble opinion I feel this is the best tribute I can give to Sepultura and Max Cavalera as a thank you for everything they have given me as a listener throughout the years. Sepultura is one of the reasons I wanted to become a singer/songwriter. I wanted to do them justice by adding a flavor with a new sound but staying true to what the song is. This is and will forever be one of my top 10 songs in my playlist. I hope everyone enjoys my rendition.”
The premiere of this latest single comes on the heels of the band’s premiere of its single, ‘Be My Witness‘ late last year.
In other news, A Killer’s Confession is scheduled to take part in the 2023 InkCarceration festival July 14. The festival also features among its lineup, the likes of Slipknot, Megadeth, and Lamb of God.
More information on A Killer’s Confession’s new single and performance schedule is available along with all of A Killer’s Confession’s latest news at:
Kreator and Sepultura are bringing their “Klash of the Titans Tour” to the United States this spring.
The bands are set to launch the co-headlining tour May May 12 in Harrisburg, PA. The tour is scheduled to run through June 10 in New York, NY. It will feature performances in cities nationwide, such as Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL and Seattle, WA.
The tour’s schedule is noted below. Tickets are available through Sepultura’s official website and that of Kreator.
KLASH OF THE TITANS North America 2023 KREATOR + SEPULTURA Co-Headline Tour Special Guests: DEATH ANGEL + SPIRITWORLD May 12 – Harrisburg, PA May 13 – Worcester, MA * May 14 – Niagara Falls, NY May 15 – Silver Springs, MD * May 17 – McKees Rocks, PA May 18 – Charlotte, NC * May 19 – Atlanta, GA May 22 – Dallas, TX * May 23 – San Antonio, TX May 25 – Phoenix, AZ May 26 – San Diego, CA * May 27 – Los Angeles, CA May 28 – San Francisco, CA * May 30 – Seattle, WA * May 31 – Vancouver, BC Jun 02 – Salt Lake City, UT * Jun 03 – Denver, CO Jun 05 – Minneapolis, MN * Jun 06 – Chicago, IL Jun 08 – Toronto, ON * Jun 09 – Montreal, QC Jun 10 – New York, NY *
* SEPULTURA Closing
Sepultura Andreas Kisser said he is looking forward to joining Kreator on the road, especially because Kreator was “a very strong influence in our early days.” He said “it’s great to see they (Kreator) are stronger than ever.”
Mille Petroza, Krator front man shared Kisser’s enthusiasm about the tour, saying “I’m really happy to be back in the U.S. this May with the mightiest of all…Sepultura.”
Both men said they were also equally looking forward to sharing the stage with Death Angel, which, along with Spiritworld, will be a special guest on the tour.
Kreator’s tour with Sepultura is just one live run the band has scheduled. The band is scheduled to join Lamb of God and Municipal Waste for the “State of Unrest 2023 Tour” starting Feb. 15 in Munich, Germany. Tickets are available for that tour here.
The band is also scheduled to join Testament for a handful of dates in South America from April 19 to May 2. Tickets are available for that tour here.
More information on the tour is available along with all of Sepultura’s latest news at:
A wait of almost four years for new music from Soulfly officially came to an end this month when the band, founded by former Sepultura front man Max Cavalera, released its latest album, Totem. Released Aug 4 through Nuclear Blast Records, the 10-song record came more than three years after the release of the band’s then latest album, Ritual, which was also released through Nuclear Blast Records. The band’s 12th album, it shows as much change in its content as the lineup that recorded the LP. One of the record’s most notable entries comes early in its 40-minute run in the form of ‘Rot In Pain.’ This song will be examined shortly. Also of note much later in the album’s run is ‘Ecstasy of Gold.’ It will be examined a little later. ‘Superstition,’ which serves as the album’s opener and lead single, is yet another key addition to the album and will also be examined later. When it is considered along with the other songs noted here, that collective joins with the rest of the album’s entries to make Totem in whole one of Soulfly’s best albums to date.
Totem, Soulfly’s latest album, is a powerful new entry from the band. Coming almost four years since the release of the band’s then latest album, Ritual, the record shows a certain amount of growth from the band both in terms of musical and lyrical content. ‘Rot In Pain,’ which comes early in the album’s run, is just one of the songs that serves to make that clear. The song’s musical arrangement is unlike anything Soulfly (in any of its lineups) has crafted over the years. It is a full-on death metal style composition that hits listeners right from its opening bars. The pummeling (and sometimes shrieking) guitars pair with the drumming of Max Cavalera’s son Zyon and Max’s own vocal delivery to make the overall composition comparable to works from the likes of Morbid Angel and Entombed just to name a couple of bands in that vein. Audiences could even make a slight comparison to works from the likes of Exodus along the way, too. The overall musical presentation makes the song so powerful in itself.
The lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical content makes the song all the more powerful. Max Cavalera talked about the song during a recent interview with Apple Music, noting that it is a song of pure anger.
“It’s about having an enemy and wishing that he would rot in pain – not just die, but die in pain,” said Cavalera.
This is a topic that is accessible to nearly everyone out there. Whether it be in the workplace or somewhere else, we all have that one person that is just a complete enemy. They live to make us (and others miserable) and we wish the absolute worst on them. To that end, this theme will help any person deal with those despicable people without doing something that could land them in jail. The full-on anger is presented right from the song’s lead verse in which Cavalera screams, “Arteries open/Festering wound/Bleeding out maggots/Lifeless tomb.” Yes, that is a pretty graphic visual, but who out there has not had violent visions of what they would like to do to those people who are their enemies? Again, allowing Cavalera and company to express the anger is therapeutic to a point. The pure fury continues in the song’s second verse in which Cavalera screams, “Bodies on bodies/Flesh/Worm feasting now on human trash/Disintegrated mindless brain/Acid burns on a hollow face.” It is all capped off in the song’s chorus, which states, “I feel the need/Wide as the world/Deep as the grave/Cursed be the death that you know/Rot in pain.” Again, this is complete fury. This is emotion that everybody has felt at one point or another in life. Being able to vent that frustration through these accessible words and the equally powerful musical arrangement makes this song stand out so strongly.
‘Rot In Pain’ is just one of the songs that makes Totem stand out. ‘Ecstasy of Gold’ is another key addition to the album. It should be noted here that this song is not a cover of the song that was originally used in the timeless spaghetti western flick The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and then made even more famous through Metallica. This is a completely separate song from that composition. That is obvious in the song’s arrangement, which is another full-on death metal composition. While it is a death metal style work on the surface, audiences could also argue that there is a touch of groove metal in the mix, too. The blending of those separate but still similar styles makes the overall arrangement so impacting and at the same time unique from any of the album’s other entries.
The hard-hitting musical arrangement presented in ‘Ecstasy of Gold’ is just part of what makes the song worth hearing. The song’s lyrical theme makes for its own engagement. As Cavalera pointed out during his conversation at Apple Music, the song focuses on the greed that has driven so much of mankind throughout history.
“This one talks about human greed and what gold fever does to a person’s psyche,” said Cavalera. “Countries were built by gold fever. There are stories about the Portuguese going to Brazil and totally raping the whole side of a mountain for gold. It’s in all the cathedrals in Portugal right now.”
In other words, the song is another sociopolitical commentary from Cavalera. That is nothing new from him and to that end, is something that is certain to resonate with his longtime fans. The message is most clearly delivered in the song’s chorus in which Cavalera states, “Pounding hate from my hands/My hands/Solar eyes have deceived you/Thirst for wealth bringing pain/Ecstasy of gold remains.” He even mentions in the song’s lead verse, “Pounding hearts full of grief/Greed of lust has no relief.” Again, this is a clear illustration of what Cavalera was talking about in his comments. This is addressing that greed that humans have for not just gold but wealth in general. It is a fully accessible theme that when paired with the song’s equally powerful musical arrangement, makes the song in whole another example of how much Totem has to offer audiences.
While ‘Ecstasy of Gold’ is a clear example of what audiences have to expect from Totem it is just another example of how much the album has to offer. ‘Superstition’ is yet another positive example of the record’s positive marks. The musical arrangement featured in ‘Superstition’ is impressive in its own right as it takes listeners back to Cavalera’s days with Sepultura. That is evident in the full-on thrash approach taken here. More specifically, it takes audiences back to the days of Chaos A.D., which is going back quite a way. Cavalera’s more familiar tribal elements are most prominent in this arrangement than in any other point in the album.
The lyrical theme featured in the song makes for its own interest. That is because as Cavalera noted during his interview, it is based on his research into the Superstition Mountains, which he said are not far from where he lives in Arizona. According to legends, the so-called Lost Dutchman’s mine is located in the Superstition Mountains. Cavalera’s mention of “Superstition/Harder than stone” is an interesting play on words given the legends of the Superstition Mountains. What’s more, the fact that few if any other act out there has crafted a song about this topic makes the son stand out even more. When the song is considered with the rest of the record’s entries, the whole makes Totem an overall successful new entry from Soulfly.
Totem, the latest album from Soulfly is another successful offering from the veteran metal outfit. That is made clear through its musical and lyrical content. The songs examined here make that clear. When they are considered along with the rest of the album’s entries, the whole makes the album yet another welcome addition to Soulfly’s catalog and to this year’s field of new hard rock and metal albums.
Totem is available now through Nuclear Blast Records. More information on the album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:
Max and Iggor Cavalera announced this week, the bands that will open its upcoming “Return Beneath Arise Tour.”
Destruction, Warbringer, and Cephalic Carnage will share time as support for the upcoming tour, which is scheduled to launch May 22 in Albuquerque, NM and to run through June 25 in Tempe, AZ. The tour is a celebration of Sepultura’s classic albums, Beneath The Remains (1989) and Arise (1991).
The announcement of the tour’s opening acts came Monday, less than a month after the Cavalera brothers announced Dan Gonzalez (Possessed, Gruesome) and Mike Leon (Soulfly) will join them on stage to round out their touring band.
Healing Magic will join the tour as a special opening act on each of its stops. Destruction will open the tour’s May 22 date while Warbringer will open the May 23-June 8 shows. Cephalic Carnage will open the remaining dates from June 10-June 25.
The tour’s schedule is noted below complete with links to tickets.
Satirist “Weird” Al Yankovic has, for ages, been known as the king of comedy in the music community. His spoofs of songs from the likes of Coolio, Michael Jackson, and even Nirvana (as well as Miley Cyrus and others) have made him a household name among audiences across the musical universe. After so many years leading the way in the musical comedy ranks, Yankovic may well have some competition, at least in the metal community from the up-and-coming band, The Violent Inzident. The sextet’s new album, This Is Nu Metal!, which was released April 1, makes that clear. The 11-song record is the lighthearted shot in the arm that the metal community has needed for years thanks to its musical and lyrical content alike. Each item will be discussed in its own right here. Just as notable is the record’s production, which will also be discussed later. Each item noted is important in its own right to the whole of the record’s presentation. All things considered, they make This Is Nu Metal! a successful record that while it will ultimately be dated in the long run, is still entertaining from beginning to end.
This Is Nu Metal!, the new album from up-and-coming satirical rock band The Violent Inzident, is a welcome offering that reminds the metal masses that reminds hard rock and metal masses that it is possible to be musically heavy without always being emotionally heavy. The record’s musical arrangements make that clear. From one song to the next, the record’s musical arrangements pay homage to the nu-metal sounds that have been so popular since the late 1990s. Those songs include works from the likes of Disturbed, Powerman 5000, Slipknot, Soulfly, Sepultura, Korn, and even System of a Down. The band even pokes fun at Limp Bizkit, showing that no one is off limits to this band, at least in terms of musical content. The arrangements spoof the noted bands’ songs while still making the arrangements their own along the way, making for even more enjoyment. Simply put, the musical content featured in this record more than makes for its own share of engagement and entertainment. The lyrical content that accompanies the record’s musical arrangements adds even more to that engagement and entertainment.
The lyrical content is so important to the record because it spoofs the bands and their songs just as much. It also pokes fun at society. Case in point is the band’s single, ‘Triggered (The Snowflake Anthem).’ This song is a fully tongue-in-cheek stab at how overly PC society has become in the 21st century. On another note, the band goes right after Limp Bizkit in ‘The Violent Inzident, even mentioning the year 1999, which is really when Limp Bizkit broke out. The band even goes so far as to poke fun at the nonsense lyrics that Limp Bizkit has come up with for its songs here. As if all of this is not enough, The Violent Inzident even takes a direct stab at Slipknot/Stone Sour front man Corey Taylor in ‘D.a.R.E. to Keep Kids on Drugs’ as the question is asked whether people actually give any credit to anything he says. the song in this case pokes fun at all of the songs that glorify drug use and people who abuse them and try to get off of them. It’s really a social commentary in itself, but done in such a satirical fashion. Between that content, the other content examined here and the rest of the record’s lyrical themes, the whole makes clear just how important the album’s lyrical content is to this presentation. That content, together with the album’s musical content, makes this record overall such a surprisingly enjoyable presentation. It is just part of what makes the record worth hearing, too. The album’s production rounds out its most important elements.
The production that went into the creation of This Is Nu Metal! is important because of its role in the album’s general effect. From one song to the next, the album’s production ensures that the heaviness of the nu-metal compositions is fully on display. The down-tuned, crunching guitars, the rough vocals, the thick bass lines and drums are all there. Each gets its own attention in each varying nu-metal composition, too. The end result of the production is that each arrangement proves itself just as worth listening as the others. Even the vocals are clear in each song, getting just as much attention in the production as the instrumentations. Taking into account the impact of the record’s production alongside the impact of the overall content, the whole makes This Is Nu Metal! a surprisingly entertaining presentation that nu-metal fans and metal fans alike will find entertaining.
This Is Nu Metal!, the new album from The Violent Inzident, is a surprisingly engaging and entertaining presentation. That is due equally to its musical and lyrical content. The record’s musical and lyrical content each playfully poke fun at some of the biggest names in the nu-metal movement, from Korn, to Disturbed, to Powerman 500, to Slipknot and others, the content overall takes a satirical approach, making for plenty of laughs. The lyrical content does not just stick to poking fun at said bands, either. It also takes on societal issue, making for even more enjoyment. The record’s production adds its own enjoyment to the mix. That is because of its impact on the album’s general effect. It is just as worthy of praise as the album’s content. Each item noted is important in its own way to the whole of the album’s presentation. All things considered, they make the album well worth hearing at least once.
This Is Nu Metal! is available now. More information on The Violent Inzident’s new album and tour is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:
BMG is going to re-issue four of Soulfly’s albums this summer.
The company is scheduled to release the new box set, The Song Remains Insane June 17 on CD and vinyl. The collection culls the band’s first four albums — Soulfly, Primitive, 3, and Prophecy — into one collection. All four albums will be presented in their standard release editions and will be complimented with an extra disc of bonus tracks, previously released on various pressings of those albums.
Many of the bonus tracks featured in the extra disc are actually featured in the expanded edition of the band’s debut self-titled album, which was released in 1998. Those tracks are ‘Cagnaceiro,’ ‘Ain’t No Feeble Bastard,’ ‘The Possibility of Life’s Destruction,’ ‘Tribe (Tribal Terrorism Mix),’ ;Quilombo (Zumbi Dub Mix),’ and ‘Umbabarauma (World Cup Mix)’. The disc also features bonus tracks from Primitive in the form of ‘Terrorist (Total Destruction Mix)’ and ‘Soulfire.’
Pulled from the Japanese release of 3 is the band’s cover of Pailhead’s ‘I Will Refuse.’ Speaking of covers, the band’s cover of Black Sabbath’s ‘Under The Sun,’ which was featured in a special digipack release of 3 is also included in the bonus disc. The lone previously unreleased track is ‘Berimbau Jam.’
The collection’s full track listing is noted below.
SOULFLY Eye For An Eye No Hope = No Fear Bleed Tribe Bumba First Commandment Bumbklaatt Soulfly Umbabarauma Quilombo Fire The Song Remains Insane No Prejudice Karmageddon
PRIMITIVE Back To The Primitive Pain Bring It Jumpdafuckup Mulambo Son Song Boom Terrorist The Prophet Soulfly II In Memory Of… Flyhigh
3 Downstroy Seek ‘N’ Strike Enterfaith One L.O.T.M. Brasil Tree Of Pain One Nation 9-11-01 Call To Arms Four Elements Soulfly III Sangue De Bairro Zumbi
PROPHECY Prophecy Living Sacrifice Execution Style Defeat U Mars I Believe Moses Born Again Anarchist Porrada In The Meantime Soulfly IV Wings
Soulfire Cangaceiro Ain’t No Feeble Bastard Possibility Of Life’s Destruction Chaos Soulfire I Will Refuse Under The Sun Tribe (Tribal Terrorism Mix) Quilombo (Zumbi Dub Mix) Umbabarauma (World Cup Mix) Terrorist (Total Destruction Mix) Berimbau Jam
In other Soulfly news, the band announced in January, that Fear Factory founding member and guitarist Dino Cazares had been tapped to join the band on the road for its winter/spring 2022 tour. The tour launched Feb. 7 in Las Vegas, NV and ran through March 19 in Gallup, NM.
Soulfly front man and founder Max Cavalera and his brother Iggor (who together also founded Sepultura) are now mapping out their tour performing two classic Sepultura albums, Beneath The Remains and Arise. The schedule for that tour is noted below.
Max and Iggor Cavalera have added two musicians to the touring band for their new tour.
The brothers announced Tuesday, they have added Dan Gonzalez (Possessed, Gruesome) and Mike Leon (Soulfly) to the touring lineup. Iggor spoke highly of the new additions to the touring lineup.
“We can only count with the illest players to step on stage with me and Max to play Beneath/Arise,” Iggor said. “So getting Dan Gonzalez from Possessed/Gruesome and Mike Leon from Soulfly was an amazing choice!… Can’t wait to hit the road!”
Leon shared Iggor’s enthusiasm.
“I am super excited to be a part of the revival of these classic albums with the brothers that created them, it is a great honor!,” he said. “These shows are gonna CRUSH, and I’m sure that we are gonna deliver these songs better than they have ever been played before to everyone who joins us! See you on the road!”
Gonzalez also shared positive thoughts about joining the group on the road.
“It would be an understatement to say that I am incredibly stoked and honored to be able to play with Max and Iggor, and the fact that we’ll be playing material from Beneath The Remains and Arise is beyond surreal to me since I grew up worshiping those albums,” Gonzalez said. “Max and Iggor helped change the standards of extreme Metal and those albums are still living proof of that. It’s insane to me as a fan and as a musician to be able to play these songs live, and I can’t wait to do them justice!!!”
Max and Iggor Cavalera announced their new tour last month. The “Max & Iggor Return Beneath Arise Tour” is scheduled to launch May 22 in Albuquerque, NM and to run through June 25 in Tempe, AZ. The tour will see the brothers performing Sepultura’s classic albums, Beneath The Remains (1989) and Arise (1991).
The tour’s schedule is noted below complete with links to tickets.
Independent rock band The Violent Inzident is scheduled to release its new album, This Is Nu-Metal! Friday.
The band is scheduled to launch a new European tour in support of the record May 25. In anticipation of the record’s release Friday, the band has released three singles from the presentation. They come in the form of ‘Brazil Is Great,’ ‘Triggered! (The Snowflake Anthem)‘ and ‘Nu-Metal!’
The band clearly goes into each of its singles with tongue planted firmly in cheek as the songs playfully poke fun at the likes of Powerman 5000, Limp Bizkit, System Of A Down, Slipknot, and even Soulfly and Sepultura. At the same time, one of the songs even takes a playful jab at the thrash and black metal communities in its arrangement and video while another even pokes fun at the current state of the world, what with its overly offended ranks and another goes after the very culture of nu-metal.
More information on The Violent Inzident’s new album and tour is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:
Max Cavalera and his brother Iggor, founding members of the original Sepultura lineup, announced this week, they will celebrate two of the band’s classic albums with a new tour.
The “Max & Iggor Return Beneath Arise Tour” is scheduled to launch May 22 in Albuquerque, NM and to run through June 25 in Tempe, AZ. The tour will see the brothers performing Sepultura’s classic albums, Beneath The Remains (1989) and Arise (1991).
“After Covid-19 us metal heads need to release our aggression with some Beneath The Remains and Arise!,” said Max Cavalera.
Iggor said, “Can’t wait to perform our “Return Beneath Arise” Tour for our North American fans. See you in the Pit!!!”
The tour’s schedule is noted below complete with links to tickets.
Motorhead fans got a very special early Halloween treat over the weekend courtesy of BMG. The treat in question came Friday in the form of the new compilation set, Everything Louder Forever. The truly career-defining collection is just the latest from BMG, which also released a new collection of albums from Sepultura last month. The company also has a new box set of Overkill’s albums scheduled for release next month. Getting back on the subject at hand, BMG’s new Motorhead collection is a presentation that every Motorhead fan will welcome. That is due in large part to its featured songs, which will be discussed shortly. The set’s availability is also of note and will be examined a little later. The set’s packaging rounds out its most important elements and will also be discussed later. Each item noted is important in its own way to the whole of the album. All things considered, they make the collection yet another impressive offering for Motorhead fans.
Motorhead fans have had plenty to enjoy from the band this year. The band’s then new live recording, Louder Than Noise…Live in Berlin was released in April, this roughly six months after the band released the expanded 40th anniversary edition of its 1980 album, Ace of Spades in late October 2020. The release of Louder Than Noise…Live in Berlin was followed a little more than two months later with the re-issue of the band’s classic live recording, No Sleep Til Hammersmith in another expanded package. Now the band is closing out the second straight year with another big release in the form of Everything Louder Forever. The expansive compilation spans the band’s nearly 40-year career with songs from nearly every one of the band’s 23 total albums, including its 1984 compilation record, No Remorse. Only one of the band’s albums – On Parole (1979) — is left out here. Every other record gets at least one nod, while others receive representation through multiple songs. In other words, this compilation is not just another run-of-the-mill singles collection. It is a career-spanning collection that pulls from the band’s biggest albums and its lesser-known releases. Even the songs are a mix of singles and lesser-known songs. ‘Ace of Spades’ is here alongside ‘Shine.’ ‘Motorhead,’ from the band’s self-titled 1977 debut is also here alongside the likes of ‘Rock Out’ from 2008’s Motorizer and ‘I’m So Bad (Baby I Don’t Care)’ from the band’s 1991 album, 1916. In all, the collection’s songs total 42 in all. They come from every one of the band’s official releases. For those who don’t know, Parole was actually released in 1979, but was done so without the band’s approval, so for all intents and purposes, it is an unofficial Motorhead release. To that end, this collection’s songs represent the whole of the band’s catalog in one setting for the first time ever. If that is not reason enough to own this collection, nothing is. This is just one reason for audiences to own the collection. The collection’s availability adds to its appeal.
The 42 total songs that make up the collection’s body are presented on separate 2 CD and 4 LP platforms. It is also available as a separate 2 LP/2 CD set, digital download, and through streaming. In other words, the collection is available through a wide range of platforms. Whether one prefers CD, LP, or digital, the collection is available to fans of every kind of audio delivery. The fact that officials at BMG would make sure to release the collection on so many sets is important to note in that it shows they made sure not to alienate any of the band’s fans at any level. It makes sure that all of the band’s fans were approached, and is so laudable in its own way. When this is considered along with the set’s packaging, the two elements enhance the presentation even more. That item – the packaging – rounds out the set’s most important elements.
From what can be inferred from pictures of the packages, the 2 CD set is in a gatefold presentation in which the CDs sit on their own spindles therein. This protects the discs from touching and marring one another. The 4 LP set places each vinyl disc into its own standalone sleeve of sorts inside a larger box that holds each sleeve. This protects the vinyl discs from one another in its own way. The 2LP set meanwhile sets the LPs into a gatefold package, too. Each disc rests in its own side, thus protecting the discs even in this case. Keeping all of this in mind, BMG clearly took time to make sure that the discs could be played by for a long time, considering the noted packaging for each platform. What’s more, it also shows that BMG made sure not to alienate any of the band’s fans at the same time by releasing the collection through so many platforms. Keeping all of this in mind, the set’s packaging proves to be just as important to its presentation as its content. Together, the two elements make the set even more appealing to Motorhead fans. Keeping all of this in mind, the set’s availability and its related packaging make this presentation the best Motorhead set to date.
BMG’s brand new Motorhead collection, Everything Louder Forever, is the best retrospective of the band’s catalog to date. It is a must have for any Motorhead fan. That is proven in large part through the recording’s featured songs. The songs – 42 in all – are a full representation of the band’s official catalog. It reaches all the way back to the band’s 199 self-titled debut and all the way to the band’s final studio album, 2015’s Bad Magic. Along the way, every one of the band’s albums is represented by at least one song, with some getting multiple nods. The availability of the album on multiple platforms ensures that none of the band’s fans are alienated. From fans of vinyl to digital aficionados to those who prefer CDs, everyone can enjoy the collection. The set’s packaging in each platform ensures the discs are protected from one another, thus making sure audiences can enjoy the music for a long time to come provided they take proper care of the collection. Each item noted is important in its own way to the whole of the collection. All things considered, they make Everything Louder Forever the best of this year’s new compilations and the best Motorhead compilation to date.
Everything Louder Forever is available now through BMG. More information on Motorhead’s new hits collection from BMG is available along with all of the latest Motorhead news at: