01:28 - saveusrandy Talking about Twin Peaks & Opeth, imagine a cover album of Julee Cruise songs by them.
01:27 - Netzach Indeed. Sadly a couple actors passed away (BOB, Log Lady and Pete afaik). Also, Lynch's style has changed quite a bit since the early 90's so anything is possible. Good to see a couple other Lynch fans around here anyway.
01:26 - saveusrandy Whats wrong with Sabaton? Their songwriting is excellent. Not as good as Steven Wilson or Lordi, but close.
01:23 - !J.O.O.E.! Has a lot to live up to. Might try and avoid it until it's out to avoid hyping myself up.
01:20 - Netzach They are shooting it atm and release scheduled for '17. Got delayed first due to budgetary reasons and then because they decided to film twice as much material.
01:18 - !J.O.O.E.! Leeel. And yeah, not sure what's even happening with the 3rd season of Twin Peaks. It was stopped and then restarted wasn't it?
As you probably know, Overkill will be releasing a new album in the near future called The Grinding Wheel. While the New Jersey thrashers put the finishing touches on the album, the band gives their fans a taster of what to expect from their forthcoming record, a brand-new single called "Our Finest Hour", which will be released in the first week of Overkill's European tour, on November 4th. Originally planned for release in November, The Grinding Wheel is now hitting stores next February. Check out the teaser here.
Overkill have started revealing the first details about their next album. To follow White Devil Armory released two years ago, the thrashers will unleash Grinding Wheel this November. That's the plan. This will be their eighteenth studio album and it's nearing completion with the group promising more details about it soon.
Legendary thrashers Overkill have announced a very special anniversary show at Turbinenhalle 2 in Oberhausen, Germany on April 16th, 2016. On that evening, the band will play the records Horrorscope (1991) and Feel The Fire 1985) in their entirety. As if this wasn't enough, the show will be recorded for an upcoming DVD release as well! It will be a night to remember.
Vocalist Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth of veteran New Jersey thrashers Overkill was recently interviewed and confirmed some good news. The thrash group is already writing new songs for their next album, the successor of White Devil Armory. Overkill are currently touring North America with Symphony X and have UK/Ireland tour dates set for 2016 as well as South American tour dates this December.
Fans of New Jersey-based thrash metal veterans Overkill take notice. The group recently inked a new worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records and their first worldwide release on Nuclear Blast will be a special box set, HistoriKill: 1995 - 2007 which will be released on October 16th and will include eleven Overkill albums on 13 CDs and a bonus CD (including demos, remixes and an unreleased cover song) in digi sleeves.
New Jersey thrash metal veterans Overkill have inked a new worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records. Previously signed to the label for Europe only, Overkill's first worldwide release on Nuclear Blast will be a special box-set comprised of the band's entire back catalog, due out this fall and coinciding with their co-headlining North American tour (dates below) with fellow Jersey natives and progressive metal juggernauts Symphony X.
Overkill has debuted another new video. It is their second off the freshly released new studio album White Devil Armory, which you have probably already listened to by now. The thrash legends give you "Bitter Pill" after the previous video for "Armorist". All you have to do is enjoy it below.
After showcasing their new song "Armorist" before, thrash metal masters Overkill now give us the official music video for it. White Devil Armory, their new offering, will be out on July 18th in Europe and July 22nd in the US via Nuclear Blast. The effort was tracked at Gear Recording and mixed by Greg Reely, who also worked on 2012's The Electric Age. Watch the band's new video here now. Enjoy!
New Jersey thrash titans Overkill have just released a lyric video featuring the band's new single "Armorist". The single, which is released on the 29th of June, is taken from the band's forthcoming new studio album White Devil Armory. The album will be released on the 18th of July and 22nd of July in Europe and the U.S. respectively. The video can be viewed below.
With the release of their new album, White Devil Armory, scheduled for this summer, New Jersey thrash metal veterans Overkill now announce a headlining European tour for October and November, 2014. The band will hit the road in support of their upcoming output, which will be out on July 18th, 2014 via Nuclear Blast. Joining them on the road will be L.A.- based industrials Prong, Swedish speed thrashers and labelmates Enforcer, and Greek heavy metal outfit Darkology.
And the name of the new Overkill album is.... White Devil Armory! The band revealed it on their official Twitter account and also promised more details soon. For now, it is known that some song titles include "Pig," "Where There's Smoke" and "Amorist." Also, the album is tentatively due out in July in North America via eOne Music and in Europe through Nuclear Blast Records.
Thrashers Overkill have moved the release date of their new record (which they are currently working on) until July. As a result, the shows scheduled for March (except UK dates) will be moved to the Fall when you can expect a tour and a new release. The release of the new album was previously announced for March. According to the band, it will be worth the wait though.
If you like Skeletonwitch and were hoping to see them play in certain parts of Europe, your wish has been granted because the Americans will be joining legendary thrashers Overkill on a spring tour of Western Europe in 2014. Check out the dates below where you also find the final in a series of behind-the-scenes videos documenting their new album's recording. The band will be presenting their opus Serpents Unleashed.
American thrashers Overkill have entered the studio to begin tracking their new studio album due out sometime next year. The new material will be tracked at Gear Recording and mixed by Greg Reely, who also mixed the band's previous effort The Electric Age. Now all you have to do is wait and hope for the best!