Tag: Generation Kill

Heavy Metal News – August 16, 2013

TESTAMENT: ‘Dark Roots Of Thrash’ DVD/2CD Detailed
PARADISE LOST: ‘Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities)’ Cover Artwork, Track Listing Revealed
EXODUS Singer’s GENERATION KILL Signs With NUCLEAR BLAST RECORDS
GRAVE: ‘Venial Sin’ Lyric Video Released
OMNIUM GATHERUM: ‘The Sonic Sign’ Video Released
SKELETONWITCH: New Album Serpents Unleashed Due This October; Free Download Available, Footage Posted
TOXIC HOLOCAUST To Unleash Chemistry Of Consciousness This October Via Relapse Records; Cover Art Revealed

Heavy Metal News – December 08, 2012

EXODUS Frontman’s GENERATION KILL Hard At Work On Second Album

Reposted from Blabbermouth.net

GENERATION KILL, the band featuring EXODUS frontman Rob Dukes, is back in the studio working on its second full-length album. The group is in talks with producer Chris “Zeuss” Harris (SUICIDE SILENCE, ALL THAT REMAINS, SHADOWS FALL, SOULFLY) to produce the CD and …

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Heavy Metal News – November 13, 2012

HATRIOT: ‘Heroes Of Origin’ Cover Artwork Unveiled

Reposted from Blabbermouth.net

HATRIOT, the new San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal band led by former EXODUS and LEGACY (pre-TESTAMENT) frontman Steve “Zetro” Souza, will release its debut album, “Heroes Of Origin”, on January 25, 2013 via Germany’s Massacre Records. The CD was recorded with producer Juan Urteaga (MACHINE …

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Heavy Metal Tribune Issue 4 (November 2012)

OUT NOW: The fourth (November 2012) issue of Heavy Metal Tribune!

This month we talk to Dagon, mastermind behind the cult black metal band Inquisition to learn more about the history of the ancient cult, and their evolution over the years. Rob Moschetti then tells us more about the project featuring Exodus‘ Rob Dukes, Generation Kill. Polish …

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Album Review: Generation Kill – Red, White and Blood

Generation Kill [USA]
Red, White and Blood
2011
Full Length
Season of Mist
Thrash Metal

After my encounter with Exodus‘ Exhibit B: The Human Condition, I fell in love with Rob Dukes’ aggressive shouting vocals, finding him a perfect fit into the band despite numerous fans’ outcries against his works with …

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