Hammerlord – Tombstone Piledriver. Caligari, Nodes of Ranvier, Floodplain, Suffer, to name a few. Are you a musician? Bonded By Blood would be the closest of the new wave thrash bands to Hammerlord’s sound in terms of production and the gestalt of their tone, but Wolves At War’s End clearly has more in common with Kreator than Paradox. This American thrash band hailing from the small college town of Lawrence, Kansas is one of the better and more aggressive bands to pop up in this latest new wave of thrash. What’s the biggest audience you ever performed to? Are you in a band?
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Steve Cruz is quite good on this album, comparable to a slightly less guttural Tom “Angelripper”.
Most of my biggest influences musically growing up would be the local midwest punk bands that were emerging in the late 80s. Genres MetalHardcoreRock. Originally posted hammerlrd http: I’m a bit surprised that Hammerlord hasn’t been snatched up by Earache yet along with Bonded By Blood, but with the Japanese snatching up copies of Wolves At War’s End left and right, eventually a label will realize that they should be signed.
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Biggest, probably when Hammerlord played with Rob Zombie in to about 12K people. I then decided to buy a bass because Gene Simmons was cool as hell and piledruver played bass.
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Fans of bands such as Exodus and Municipal Waste should also look into the album to get their thrash fix. Write a friendly comment If you could jam with anyone, who would it be? The lyrics are a net plus, but it would behoove Hammerlord if the lyrics Steve was writing were a touch less goofy.
I will probably be buried with this guitar. Their approach may remind some of Municipal Waste, which is to say that there is an edge to their thrash metal style that will turn off some people.
How long have you been playing? Hammerlord definitely resides at the top end of new wave thrash, and while I am still waiting for an epic win from them, they have done tombstonee quite well here with their sophomore release.
Despite featuring members from bands such as Nodes of Ranvier and The Esoteric not to be confused with the British doom metal band EsotericHammerlord went through the conventional routes listed to gain some level of recognition.
Piedriver may be a bit more messy than, say, your Vektor or your Havok, but Hammerlord bring the “rage” in “raging thrash” more than either of those two luminaries of new wave thrash.
The “Hammerlord” anchors and powers this little steamboat at light speed, which is exactly what we would expect given the eponymous nature of the band’s name.
What was the first concert you ever went to? The rest is history What gear do you use? There are many bands that aim to make a name for themselves, and many of them get their start through outlets such as college radio and word of mouth from friends of the band members. That’s not to say the riffs are bad.
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No explanation needed, It’s Nick Cave. I have played in a lot of bands through the years: Smallest, well too many to think of.
Are you hammsrlord musician? It is my favorite bass of all time. Now, that same intensity is repeated for the other eight songs on the album, and rarely lets the listener up until the end.
Like most 15 year old boys, I bought an electric guitar, tried to play it and failed miserably. While some tunes pilevriver fun lyrically Tombstone Piledriverevery track is very intense and their love of German thrash really comes through on this album. The leads are pretty well done, but again not amazing or catchy enough to sustain the attention too far beyond the end of the album, though they will get your blood boiling for the duration.
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This American thrash band hailing from the small college town of Lawrence, Kansas is one of the better and more aggressive bands to pop up in this latest new wave of thrash. However, while the riffs aren’t boring, they are not necessarily the most catchy either since aggressive speed is the focus.
I currently play in Hammerlord check us out on Facebook. Bonded By Blood would be the closest of the new wave thrash bands to Hammerlord’s sound tombstkne terms of production and the gestalt of their tone, but Wolves At War’s End clearly has more in gammerlord with Kreator than Paradox.