The heavy metal legends wage a long-awaited war on Manchester
Megadeth falter after a stellar set from the support, but rebuild their moment with their intense musicality
Donald Spencer chats with James “Munky” Shaffer, guitarist and founding member of Korn
Tom Ingham takes a look back at the impressive career of Lou Reed
Thirty years on, Metallica’s incendiary debut continues to occupy a crucial place in metal history
Loud, crammed and for the most part jolly, though there may be a few more shouts of “SLAYER!!!” at 5am.
An album more than worthy of ‘classic’ status.
I’ll always have infinitely more respect for Lou Reed collaborating with Metallica than any indie clone band.
Is this worst possible collaboration album in the history of mankind?