Black Sabbath has greatly influenced my life, and music preference, and to this day the self titled album from Black Sabbath is still my go to heavy metal album of all time. Happy Birthday Black Sabbath, thanks for all the memories from yesteryear to present day.
make Crimson what it is today. For his future endeavors, we wish him all the best. Jimi will be performing his last show with us on January 30th in Brampton at Spot One Grill. We encourage you to come out and see him give his all with us, one last time.
event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/160339854333543/
Later this week we will be announcing our NEW vocalist so stay tuned!"
It is regretable to see Jimi leave Crimson Shadows. We wish Jimi the best of luck on his new path in life. Hails, and cheers to Crimson Shadows for always proclaiming that we battle hard!
Blog author: Alex Stojanovic
Wow! Can you believe that we're already at the end of 2015? Feels like it was just yesterday, we were naming our favourite albums of 2014 and ringing in 2015. It has been another awesome year as far as releases go, and like just about every year, putting together a list of my top 10 favourite albums of the year is a real challenge because there are so many great albums that come out every year.
I, like all of us at Metal Master Kingdom, have a wide taste in metal and music in general, so that's why you'll see some albums on this list that are definitely heavy, but they may lean more towards hard rock. I know that with a name like "Metal Master Kingdom", our primary focus should be metal, and it is, but it wouldn't be fair to us if all we covered was just metal. It's all about variety and having an open mind.
Hope you guys enjoy the albums I listed down below.
into the history of metal music by delving into the most influential metal albums ever made. Not just the usual metal classics fans already know all about, but the albums that redefined the metal underground and captivated die-hard metal fans around the world.
have in the metal underground. The record absolutely blew my mind and, 20 years after its release, remains one of my all-time faves.
But what’s the story behind Slaughter of the Soul?
Last year, I travelled to Gothenburg, Sweden to meet with the band before a sold-out hometown gig. We talked about the making of Slaughter of the Soul, the highs and lows of their early years, their break-up, reunion, and current music. We also filmed a killer live show showcasing several songs from the album. The result is Metal Evolution: Albums — Slaughter of the Soul, a 30-minute documentary featuring exclusive interviews with the band, producer Fredrik Nordström and members of Shadows Fall and In Flames, and live performance footage from the Gothenburg show.
Canadians will get the first chance to see it — if your cable package includes AUX TV, tune in on December 24 at 8pm EST for its broadcast premiere.
Then, at Midnight EST on December 25, Metal Evolution: Albums — Slaughter of the Soul will be available to fans in every country to stream or download at BangerTV.com -- but you can pre-order it now to receive it in your inbox on Christmas Day!
I’m stoked to finally release this doc and hope it gets you all excited about what’s in store when we launch BangerTV as a full channel.
Raise your horns!