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(TheBRHM.com) Katherine “The Great Kat” Thomas is an odd character in metal. Born in Swindon, England in 1966 and graduated from Julliard specializing in multiple instruments—particularly strings. She began her career in heavy metal in 1986 and released her debut album Worship Me or Die in 1987. Let’s see if ...

(TheBRHM.com) Alexis Brown is the leader singer Knoxville, Tennessee metalcore band Straight Line Stitch. Originally from Clarksville, she joined the band in 2003 probably as the band was changing its sound. Before SLS Brown was a singer growing up and actually wanted to go into R&B. According to her interview ...

(TheBRHM.com) I’m not the biggest doom metal fan. The tempo is often too slow and plodding for my liking and depending on the band, the lyrical content can be too depressing and devoid of energy. That doesn’t take away from the musicianship or songwriting, I’m into faster, aggressive, energetic music. ...

(TheBRHM.com) We’ve discussed two previous Bad Brains albums over on ThyBlackMan via 1983’s Rico for Light and 1986’s I Against I. This time we’re getting into the band’s last release of the decade in Quickness. Released in 1989, Quickness continues in the same vein as I Against I with some ...

(TheBRHM.com) We’re at the third album of a very hot, creative period for hardcore pioneers Bad Brains. Three albums marked a major change in sound for the band. The first step came with 1986’s I Against I. Bad Brains Explored a Fusion with Metal This album’s sound saw the band ...

(TheBRHM.com) We dipped a toe into Caribbean metal and had a brief look at Lord Ifrit—or Ohene Ifrit—and his different projects and involvement in bands. One band we breezed past was his most recent project Broken Messiah. If you’ve heard his material in Orisha Shakpana—and if you haven’t, give it ...

(TheBRHM.com) When we last dove into Judas Priest, it was to look at the band’s 1970s releases. How we look at the extremely hot 1980s. Not only was it a period where Priest put out a number of classic albums but it was a hot period for metal in general. ...

(TheBRHM.com) It’s March 1992 and Ice T just had a strong 1991 with the success of New Jack City, the solid performance of Ricochet, and a landmark album in O.G. Original Gangsta. His 1992 would kick off with his band Body Count’s self-titled debut. This was an album I saw ...

(TheBRHM.com) Over on ThyBlackMan, we went into the Katon W. De Pena-led Hirax and the band’s debut Raging Violence, released in 1985. Formed in 1984 ended in 1989 but returned in 2000 with Katon as the lead singer and the album The New Age of Terror four years later. The ...

(TheBRHM.com) Seattle-based band Skelator is one my favorite bands to come from the New Wave of American Heavy Metal. While I will do a dive into their work, this is about Holy Tyrant which is headed up by former Skelator bassist Rahsaan Davis. Who Are Holy Tyrant? Davis made the ...