Houston, WE ARE the problem!

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Catch a Motherfaster song you have never heard before (except for those of you who were in our shows) on a dozen of radio stations during this week!

The Autopsy Report Metal Radio Show 17th – 23rd November 2014

Houston… we ARE the problem. That’s right, we’re sticking it to the man again, even if it’s the man in the Moon. Join us for another great leap for metal with a finger in the eye of mainstream and a pickaxe up the sphincter of the mundane. What on Earth, or Moon are we talking about? Must be too much oxygen in our suits. Just tune in…

This week’s playlist:

Powerwolf – Son of a Wolf
Eyes of the Insane – Black Doom
Infitar – Mission Frontalist And Hedonis
Offensive Ground – Emptiness
Ripsaw – Evening In Chaos
Ravenous – Ravenous
Wrayth – Something to Hide
Hammerdrone – Subtle Knives
Counterhold – Victim Of A Parasite
Necrodemon – Supernatural
Engines Of Vengeance – Marwencol
Voodoo Terror Tribe – Twenty12
Motherfaster – The Royal Treatment
Insaniter – Ancient
AxX of Hate – Feel the Burn
Ripio – Decidir El Final
Patron Saint Of Plagues – Anarchy
De Mortuis – Son of Perdition
Pariah – Damnd
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – Fire

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Cheers,
Gramie

Prepare to be dissected.

Album review @ Behind the veil

 

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Motherfaster-cover1I think that most of you that check my site have already realized that I am fan of the traditional metal sound and I will write this review from the point of view of a traditional metal fan. Through the years that I write for this site I have listened to many bands that try to marry the classic with the modern metal sound and actually most of them have failed to impress me.

There are, though, a few golden exceptions to this rule and I am happy to see that one of these exceptions are the Greeks MOTHERFASTER. In their debut album they present a sound that is rooted in the 70’s and 80’s metal sound and yet they have a modern production and don’t hesitate to use some grooves when needed. I think that their influences can be found in such bands like BLACK SABBATH (with Ozzy), Ozzy Osbourne and of course BLACK LABEL SOCIETY. There are, however, moments where they add a rock ‘n’ roll element to their sound that brings to mind good old MOTORHEAD and such an example is the track with the title “Jealously Insane”. In my opinion MOTHERFASTER introduce themselves in a very impressive way with their debut album which is characterized by inspiration, fantasy and passion. Hope they continue this way in the future too…


Nick “Verkaim” Parastatidis

Link: http://www.behindtheveil.hostingsiteforfree.com/index.php/reviews/new-albums/1966-motherfaster–motherfaster