04:46 - Guib @deadone: I much prefer Unquestionable Presence.
04:33 - deadone I would rather take Atheist over Death. Piece of Time is riff heaven.
03:13 - LeKiwi Not everyone loves death metal, Marcel ;) I, for one, would take Death's proggier era over their death metal one any day.
03:12 - ScreamingSteelUS SBG was actually one of my first death metal albums. I bought it before I really had a tolerance for dm, much less a taste for it, so for a long time I thought very little of it. I had to revisit it after I had an ear for it.
Following their 2013 covers release Covertá, Adrenaline Mob will now release Dearly Departed through Century Media on February 10th. In a departure from Covertá, the disc will feature in addition to 4 cover tunes, an unreleased track from the Men Of Honor sessions, 3 acoustic renditions of songs from both Omertá and Men Of Honor, and an edited version of the Men Of Honor track "Dearly Departed". Check out the artwork below.
Adrenaline Mob, fronted by Symphony X vocalist Russell Allen, have been streaming on their website several new songs from the new album Men Of Honor. The latest one is the ballad ''Behind These Eyes'', which is available for your listening pleasure through the Soundcloud player below. It won't be long until the band's second album hits stores on February 24th (February 18th in North America) through Century Media Records.
Adrenaline Mob chose today to make big announcements, several. Firstly, the band signed a worldwide deal with Century Media Records. The group will release their second full-length album Men Of Honor on February 24th (February 18th in North America). Their new drummer is A.J Pero (Twisted Sister), who will replace Mike Portnoy. Also, starting today the band will stream on their website a track each week, beginning with album opener "Mob Is Back", leading up to the release of the album. Check out the new song below.
Adrenaline Mob are still drummerless after the recent departure of Mike Portnoy but that doesn't seem to be stopping the band as it has been announced that they have been hard at work writing the next Adrenaline Mob album and will in fact enter the studio late summer, early fall to begin tracking the new release. Furthermore, Adrenaline Mob have been added as the opening act for Avenged Sevenfold at the LaCrosse Center Arena on July 16th in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.
Oh, Portnoy, not again. Adrenaline Mob have lost their drummer Mike Portnoy which cited "scheduling conflicts" as the reason he is leaving the band. He has kept himself busy since he left Dream Theater with numerous different projects including Flying Colors and The Winery Dogs.
US heavy metal supergroup Adrenaline Mob have released a new music video for the song "Indifferent", taken from the band's debut full-length album Omertá released in March via Century Media, which is available for viewing below. The clip was filmed in March in the desert in California and throughout Los Angeles with director Scott Hansen (A Day To Remember, Unearth and Willie Nelson). More album details were previously reported here.
US heavy metallers Adrenaline Mob, the project featuring drummer Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater) and Symphony X frontman Russell Allen, are currently streaming song previews from their upcoming debut album at the band's Facebook page, at the cost of a simple "Like". The band's debut album titled Omertá will be released in Europe on March 19th via Century Media Records and it will be available in the US on March 13th through Elm City Music in conjunction with EMI Label Services.
Adrenaline Mob - one of the many side-projects of drummer Mike Portnoy (ex-Avenged Sevenfold, Transatlantic) together with Symphony X vocalist Russell Allen - will be touring with the alternative metal band Godsmack in August in support of their post-Mayhem tour.
Back in February we told you about the collaboration project between former Avenged Sevenfold drummer Mike Portnoy and Symphony X vocalist Russell Allen. Well, the project is called Adrenaline Mob.
The rest of the line-up features guitar virtuoso Mike Orlando (Sonic Stomp), bassist Paul DiLeo and Stuck Mojo/Fozzy axeman Rich Ward.
The band will make its live debut on Friday, June 24 at The Hiro Ballroom in New York City. The group will play songs from its upcoming debut album as well as a few classic covers.
In a March 2011 interview, Russell described Adrenaline Mob as "a straight-up rock band with just rock songs — kind of like an edgy, modern kind of sound. It's not progressive or trying to be too metal or anything — it's just good, old crunchy rock stuff."