Playlist: 07/04/2017

  1. IMPAVIDUS – LIES
  2. KRYSTHLA – THE MINOR MYSTERY OF DEATH
  3. RISE OF DISSENSION – MEND
  4. LOUD – EASY (Blast from the past, 1992)
  5. PANTERA – THIS LOVE (Blast from the past, 1992)
  6. EXODUS – SALT THE WOUND
  7. TESTAMENT – NATIVE BLOOD
  8. IMPAVIDUS – REPRISAL
  9. PYROXENE – HELIUM 3
  10. AIRBOURNE – IT’S ALL FOR ROCK ‘N’ ROLL
  11. WOODHAWK – BEYOND THE SUN
  12. CLOSER TO FOUND – A SHOT IN THE VAIN
  13. THIS GUN FOR HIRE – SOMETHING A LITTLE MORE SINISTER
  14. IMPAVIDUS – VOID
  15. STONE BROKEN – LET ME GO
  16. HELLOWEEN – I WANT OUT (Blast from the past, 1988)
  17. QUEENSRYCHE – EYES OF A STRANGER (Blast from the past, 1988)
  18. MARYTREE – DUCK AND COVER
  19. THE ALMIGHTY – DEVIL’S TOY
  20. EDGUY – BEHIND THE GATES TO MIDNIGHT WORLD
  21. IMPAVIDUS – XII
  22. LIFE OF AGONY – WORLD GONE MAD

Playlist: 31/03/2017

  1. DORJA – REACHING OUT
  2. FEAR ME DECEMBER – WHEN THIS IS OVER
  3. INTO THE FIRE – FROM THE MEDICINE
  4. NYCOSIA – MIND OF A HERMIT
  5. THIS GUN FOR HIRE – BARN BURNER
  6. BLIND HAZE – TAKE A LOOK AROUND YOU
  7. PLANET OF ZEUS – WHITE SHROUD
  8. GRAND MAGUS – HAMMER OF THE NORTH
  9. HAMMERFALL – LET THE HAMMER FALL (live)
  10. ENRAGEMENT – BLOOD FOR THE SUN GOD
  11. THE OBSESSED – STRANGER THINGS
  12. ECLIPSE – HUNT
  13. WOLFPAKK – FALLING
  14. SABBAT – A CAUTIONARY TALE
  15. KREATOR – PHOBIA
  16. VOW WOW – HURRICANE
  17. MOTLEY CRUE – DR. FEELGOOD
  18. WARBRINGER – WHEN THE GUNS FELL SILENT
  19. GHOST – SQUARE HAMMER
  20. LONGHOUSE – NO NAME, NO MARKER
  21. PALLBEARER – I SAW THE END
  22. MARYTREE – CREEP

Playlist: 24/03/2017

  1. DORJA – REACHING OUT
  2. ANEWRAGE – UPSIDE DOWN
  3. SLAGDUSTER – UNTOUCHABLE
  4. PRIMITAI – NIGHT BRINGS INSANITY
  5. BROKEN JAW – CAN’T
  6. GORESOERD – 66
  7. VARG – KNOCHENPFAD
  8. NINJASPY – WHAT!!
  9. MALACODA – I GOT A LETTER
  10. iDESTROY – 98%
  11. TREASON KINGS – SETTLE DOWN
  12. HAVOK – CIRCLING THE DRAIN
  13. HARLOTT – AND DARKNESS BRINGS THE LIGHT
  14. GRAVE DIGGER – LAWBREAKER
  15. HAMEREX – THE DARK TOWER
  16. OFFSPRING – WANT YOU BAD
  17. TYRANNOSAURUS NEBULOUS – DEAL WITH MY EVIL
  18. TRIAXIS – DYING SUN
  19. REIGN OF FURY – ALL IS LOST
  20. CELESTIAL RUIN – NEVERMORE
  21. DANKO JONES – SUCCESS IN BED
  22. BLOOD YOUTH – REASON TO STAY
  23. WHILE SHE SLEEPS – SILENCE SPEAKS
  24. SPINESHANK – NEW DISEASE

Playlist: 17/03/2017

  1. ATTICA RAGE – WARHEADS LTD.
  2. OBZIDIAN – VILE
  3. REVOCATION – COMMUNION
  4. BEYOND SALVATION – THE ESCAPIST
  5. BLACK SITES – LOCKED OUT (SHUT DOWN)
  6. iDESTROY – 98%
  7. ERA 9 – WARRIOR
  8. JUDAS PRIEST – SINNER (Blast from the past, 1977)
  9. WOLFSBANE – MAN HUNT (Blast from the past, 1989)
  10. GRAND MAGUS – FREJA’S CHOICE
  11. SEETHER – LET YOU DOWN
  12. SIGIL – DEATH UNREAL
  13. HAVOK – MASTERPLAN
  14. iDESTROY – ANNIE
  15. DAKESIS – DESTINED FOR THE FLAME
  16. FRACTAL CYPHER – FINAL ABODE
  17. MARYTREE – HUNGRY LUNG
  18. DIAMOND HEAD – PLAY IT LOUD (live)(Blast from the past, 1982)
  19. INCUBUS – NIMBLE BASTARD
  20. HARLOTT – THE PENITENT
  21. JINJER – PISCES
  22. RISE OF DISSENSION – LORD OF THE DAMNED
  23. DIE NO MORE – DARK WORLD
  24. RAMMSTEIN – PUSSY

Playlist: 10/03/2017

  1. ZOMBIE MOTORS WRECKING YARD – DEAD SMILE
  2. BABYLON FIRE – THE DAY THE ANGELS DIED
  3. BLAZE BAYLEY – EATING LIES
  4. MACHINE HEAD – DARKNESS WITHIN
  5. METALLICA – HALO ON FIRE
  6. MEGADETH – TORNADO OF SOULS (Blast from the past, 1990)
  7. IRON MAIDEN – BRING YOUR DAUGHTER TO THE SLAUGHTER (Blast from the past, 1990)
  8. HARLOTT – FIRST WORLD SOLUTION
  9. WARBRINGER – REMAIN VIOLENT
  10. FAITH NO MORE – FROM OUT OF NOWHERE
  11. SUMO CYCO – MOVE MOUNTAINS (ft. Benji Webbe of Skindred)
  12. SAVAGE MESSIAH – HELLBLAZER
  13. PANTERA – WALK
  14. LAMB OF GOD – WALK WITH ME IN HELL (Blast from the past, 2006)
  15. BEYOND FEAR – SAVE ME (Blast from the past, 2006)
  16. WHITESNAKE – BEST YEARS
  17. SLASH – ANASTASIA
  18. MASSIVE WAGONS – TOKYO
  19. ORANGE GOBLIN – RED TIDE RISING
  20. CORROSION OF CONFORMITY – VOTE WITH A BULLET
  21. VENOM – LIVE LIKE AN ANGEL, DIE LIKE A DEVIL
  22. TESTAMENT – TRIAL BY FIRE
  23. CUT UP – VERMIN FUNERAL

Interview with ‘Dead Of Night’

 

  1.  DoN albumYou have just released you 3rd studio album called ‘In Search of Ancient Magic’ which was released on the 24th February. What feedback have you got off your fans about your new album?

 

BRIONYThe album has only been ‘on the shelf’ for around for a few days (at the time of writing) … but having said that, we have already received some fantastic feedback, from fans and reviewers. What stands out from the comments is “how much you have grown and evolved as a band”, we are constantly challenging ourselves and pushing to do the very best we can, hearing that people have noticed feels great, it really does!

 

DAN Well, it is early days yet as we have only just released it, but what we have had back so far is good, and has all been positive from the fans and the reviews.

 

  1. How was album launch gig? Did you get a good crowd?

 

BRIONYBeing an ‘up and coming’ originals band comes with its difficulties, people often want to sing along to a good tune on an evening out, which can be hard when people haven’t heard our songs before! We had our regular, (and bloody awesome), group of fans who always sing along, but the new people are the ones you want to leave an impression on. Gladly, we saw a lot of new faces who looked on in wonder as we played through the sets… people tend to do a lot of wondrous staring/casual head bobbing when they first come to see us, I guess they are taking all of the spectacle in and digesting it song by song! The crowd were very receptive and eager to see us play again in the future after the show, which was great!!

 

DANThe album launch gig was great and so much fun! During the rehearsals for it we just couldn’t wait for the gig to hurry up so we could finally show all the hard work we had put into the album, and finally let the people hear it. As for the crowd, they were great! There were old and new people who came to watch and hear us and we definitely gained some new fans.

 

  1. You describe yourself as a Symphonic Metal Band. As a band , who are your main influences?

 

CARLWell, not who you might imagine! I grew up listening to melodic bands like ELO and Supertramp. And, because I am originally a keyboard player, I really enjoyed the likes of Rick Wakeman, Vangelis and Tomita. I can’t say I listen to much symphonic metal which is a good thing really as it means I’m not trying to conform to a style when I’m writing songs.

 

 

  1. When did you form and how did you all meet?

 

CARLI originally started Dead of Night in 2013. I had started writing songs and got in touch with an ex-student of mine, Courtney, who was a grade 8 singer. We added a guitarist and completed our first album in 2014. After the album they moved on and I spent quite a while looking for another singer until I finally came across Briony on Bandmix. Later, she introduced Dan to the band and we subsequently added Jason, again from Bandmix. When I decided to move from keyboards to drums for the live shows, my wife Isabel took over on keyboards.

 

  1. Since some of you live in Manchester and some in Morecambe, how often do you guys get to meet up and practice?

 

BRIONYWe keep in constant contact with each other via group chats, phone calls, and sometimes a skype session! We tend to have a run of rehearsals before a gig, usually 4 on consecutive weekends leading up to the gig, that gives us time as a band, and time on our own during the week to work on things! It works, because we make it work!

 

DANEven though we don’t live in the same area, we do get to see each other and meet up a lot. Before a gig, we tend to meet up and practise as many weekends leading up to it as possible.

 

  1. What process do you go through for writing your music? Do you all participate in the process or is there one main contributor?

 

CARLSo far I’ve written all the music with the others bending it around a bit! I’m a control freak so I also produce and mix the studio sessions and am involved in the final mastering stage. For the next album I’m trying to encourage a bit more band input and we have a shared folder on the net where they can drop ideas in for me to have a play around with. I don’t think I could sit and write with someone else though as it’s a really personal process for me.

 DoN band

  1. Up to date, what has been your favourite venue to play at and have you had any nightmare experiences?

 

BRIONYI would have to say the first gig I had with the band, which was at ‘The Railway’ in Bolton (which has now been cruelly turned into one of those fancy gastro eatery things……..). The venue was intimate, very well set up, and had that ‘dingy rock club’ feel, without smelling like sick/damp socks. I have always been a fan of intimate venues, as a crowd member I love feeling like I’m part of the action, it’s the same on stage, I just wanna mosh with everyone!! This gig obviously meant a lot with it being the first live gig for myself AND the band. Previous to this, DoN were a studio band, so this gig was kind of a deal breaker in some ways! It was an amazing experience, one I will never forget, and thankfully… it went well, because here we are now releasing our 3rd studio album!!! (internal screams of joy)

So far, we haven’t had any disasters on stage, we have had some veeeeery questionable rented rehearsal spaces though, I’m not going to name them… but man, some places are just rough!

 

  1. Apart from your new album release, what else have you got planned for the rest of the year?

 

BRIONYWe have some awesome festivals/gigs lined up for the first part of 2017, ‘Northern Symphony Festival’, ‘Quinphonic Festival 4’, ‘Bloodstock Metal 2 the Masses’ and ‘A Splendid Day Out’ Steampunk Festival. Alongside rehearsals we are also aiming to produce a music video this year, and we bring some tech specialities to our gigs in the form of backdrops, which as a band we all help to create! I will no doubt create another costume piece, and Dan might remember to turn on his guitar fret lights at our next gig ;)!! We are busy celebrating the release of our latest album by working on some new music, nothing ever stops at DoN, I swear we do sleep, sometimes!

 

DANWell we have a few gigs lined up already, and a couple of them we really can’t wait to play, like ‘Northern Symphony Festival’, ‘Quinphonic Festival 4’ and ‘A Splendid Day Out’ Festival. We also have new merchandise to plan and sort out, and can’t say too much, but we are putting our heads together for some more new music.

 

  1. I have always found that there is normally a joker in every band; do you have a joker in yours and what is the worst thing they have done?

 

BRIONYWe all have our own ways of entertaining the band, we always have a laugh at rehearsals, and when we get together on group chats (endless, endless whimsical gifs)!! As of late, Dan has brought an accidental hilarity to rehearsals, being an ex-professional dancer he can’t help but spin (in a pirouette manner) during songs, thanks to his new shiny wireless system… it absolutely cracks me up every time! Dan and Jason now sit down in one of our ballads (Other Side of the Rain), which started out as a ‘Westlife gag’… unfortunately the song doesn’t have a key change where they can rise from their seats in dramatic, Westlife style… maybe we should stop doing this???!!!

 dead-of-night

  1. What advice would you give to people of my generation who may want to form their own band in the future?

 

BRIONYWithout doubt, you absolutely have to ADORE what you are doing! Every ounce of your creative soul goes into a band, so it has to be worthwhile pouring out, if you don’t love what you are doing, why are you even doing it?? As a band, give everything you can possibly give and go the extra mile, people notice that! It’s the little extra things that you do that people remember! BE DIFFERENT! In a world of 10,000,000,000 genres and sub-genres it is so easy to conform to whatever ‘style’, ‘scene’ or ‘genre’ you fall into, don’t try to be like someone else that you like, take inspiration from them and turn that inspiration into your own thing. As an artist, craft and perfect your own art, whatever that may be, equally, ALWAYS be willing to learn from others, you might be surprised how someone can inspire you in so many different ways. GO AND SEE BANDS, LOADS OF THEM!! Watch how they perform, what tricks do they use? How do they interact with the audience? What is different about them? Learn from what they do and tailor this into your own performance/artistry. HAVE FUN! At the end of the day, this is what it all about, graft hard, rehearse even harder, then go out and just enjoy it! J

 

CARLYou’ll never sound more like your favourite band than your favourite band does! Let yourself soak up influences but then run with them and do your own thing. Stamp your personal mark on your music and write authentically and from the heart.

 

  1. Where can people buy your albums from?

BRIONYYou can purchase our latest album ‘In Search of Ancient Magic’, and our remastered debut album ‘The Dead Shall Rise Again’ at:

www.deadofnight.co.uk (band website)

www.deadofnight.eu (band store)

You can also download both of our albums at

iTunes

Google Play

Spotify

DEAD OF NIGHT are….

 BRIONY – VOCALS

CARL – DRUMS AND SONG/LYRIC ARANGEMENT

DAN – RHYTHM GUITAR

ISABEL – ADDITIONAL KEYBOARDS

JASON – BASS GUITAR

Interview by:

Jovi Hacker

Playlist: 03/03/2017

  1. BATTLE BEAST – BRINGER OF PAIN
  2. DEATH ANGEL – PHANTOMS OF DEATH
  3. WARBRINGER – SHELLFIRE
  4. FEAR ME DECEMBER – WHEN THIS IS OVER
  5. TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD – SO NOT ME
  6. GIRLSCHOOL – C’MON, LET’S GO (Blast from the past, 1981)
  7. DEF LEPPARD – LADY STRANGE (Blast from the past, 1981)
  8. JINJER – CAPTAIN CLOCK
  9. TRIAL (SWE) – COLD COMES THE NIGHT
  10. BLACK STAR RIDERS – TESTIFY OR SAY GOODBYE
  11. KNOCK OUT KAINE – COPPERHEAD ROAD
  12. EVILE – CENTURION
  13. DIVINE CHAOS – DEATH TOLL RISING
  14. STAHLMANN – NICHTS SPRICHT WAHRE LIEBE FREI
  15. TRIAXIS – DYING SUN
  16. BLAZE BAYLEY – ENDURE AND SURVIVE
  17. BABYLON FIRE – SHATTERED CROWN
  18. ICED EARTH – DECLARATION DAY (Blast from the past, 2004)
  19. SLIPKNOT – DUALITY (Blast from the past, 2004)
  20. FEAR ME DECEMBER – FLY FIGHT DREAM
  21. BLACK MIRRORS – FUNKY QUEEN
  22. RUSH – SPIRIT OF RADIO
  23. NOVACROW – FAT FROG
  24. POWER TRIP – EXECUTIONERS TAX (SWING THE AXE)
  25. THE CHARM THE FURY – ECHOES

Interview with Twisted Illusion’s Matt Jones.

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Jovi: Thank you Matt for inviting me to the Red Wall recording studio to talk about your new and upcoming album – Insight to the Mind of a Million Faces.

 Matt: Hey you got the title right. It’s a long one isn’t it?

 Jovi: Yes it is! Twisted Illusion’s line up has changed recently, so who have you got to replace them on this album?

 Matt: Ah, it’s a secret at the moment, I am not allowed to tell you! If you have seen us live recently you will know who the line-up is. But, other than that I can’t say anything. The people who played on the album are not permanent band members; they’re just some very good friends who have come in. We have got Steven Ellis on Bass from a band called Kaine that you should check out. He came and did the Bass – he was amazing, and then we got a lad called Philip Shacklady from a band called The Last Reserves. He came in and did the drums and he was ace so I can’t say anything about the new line up sorry. I’m not allowed.   

 Jovi: The new album is going to be a double disc. As I’ve listened to your previous two fabulous albums, how long is this one going to be?

 Matt: Only one of my previous albums is fabulous! I don’t like one of them. This new album wasn’t intended to be this long. I didn’t want it to be a double album but I just kept writing and writing and writing and didn’t want to chop anything off. It was like “let’s just be a legend and just put out whatever I can and how much of it I can; let’s just do it all!“ So, I just threw in the kitchen sink in this album. Literally, it just has everything. There’s like some Malteasers, a box of Cheerios, a puppy dog in there, a roller coaster ride, there’s a romcom in there, a bag of Skips, some ice cream, a few peanuts, a pint of lager, and a can of Coke, some Rainbow Drops, and then a Freddo. There’s a lot of stuff on the album basically.

 Jovi: So basically the whole shop?

 Matt: Yes, that’s it.

 Jovi: Your new album will have eleven tracks; which one is your personal favourite so far, and why?

 Matt: There’s a song we have been working on today called “I Wish I Was There”, and I really like it because it’s so cheesy and 80’s. It sounds like an 80’s Yes song. Really catchy, and a really good chorus. I’m not sure I think it would change when I have finished all the vocals but that’s my favourite up to now.

 Jovi: What is your process in writing your songs? Is it the tune that comes to mind first or the lyrics?

 Matt: Always the music first for me, I don’t do words. I literally write the words as I sing them. I have a blank song and I will go” Hmm, what chocolate do I crave this week? I know I will put that in the song.” I’m joking! But, definitely words second for me. It’s the least important part as you need to remember a tune in your head don’t you? I’m rubbish with words. I don’t remember words. I can’t remember the words to my favourite song, so that’s how important they are to me. I just want tunes to remember; that make no sense! I just want tunes YOU will remember!!!!

 Jovi: When is your album due to be released and where will people be able to purchase it from?

 Matt: I’m doing a pledge campaign for this album so it won’t be released for a long while yet so it’s not going to have an official release at least until summer time. But, if people are pledging they will get the album a lot earlier. So that’s going to help me contribute towards this record.

 Jovi: With your pledge campaign, what can people except for the money they pledge and how much are you hoping to raise?

 Matt: I was mainly inspired by Massive Wagons to do this pledge because I know Baz was always against doing it just like I was, and then he did it and he really enjoyed getting to know the fans a lot more, as you get to give people who are enjoying music a lot more for the money they pledge such as £10 for the album and a t-shirt and a download of the album. So everyone wins really as the fans get a lot more for their money.

 Jovi: How much time have you spent in the recording studio recording this album and have you nearly finished?

 Matt: FOREVER!!! I can’t leave this place. I have been here since the first day of January, literally after New Year’s Day we got here and started tracking. I felt ill, so I was in bed for a week and this is my first day back today, it’s taking ages. Temple of Artifice was recorded in April and it took 8 days and now we are on our 17th day of recording this album and we are not even close to finishing. There is a hell of a lot more material to do on this album.

 Jovi: I must say the art work for your album is amazing! I believe it was designed by Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art. Did you have any input in the design or did you just trust him to come up with the goods?

 Matt: I pretty much just trusted Andy. The way I usually work with Andy is that he will ask what the album is about, what kind of lyrics they are, and I obviously don’t do lyrics till I am singing them. I don’t have a clue, so I’m making up like I know what I am talking about. Andy just second guesses me and kind of knows what I am going for and I tell him what album covers I like and like the look of. He will use that and listen to music I recommend and that will give him an idea of what visuals I want to see. He just runs with it really; he is just brilliant to work with. He knows exactly what to do. Like you said, the art work is amazing.

 Jovi: How do you personally feel about your new album? I know that you wasn’t particularly pleased with your first album Calm the Dark, even though you should be.

 Matt: You had to bring it up didn’t you? I just think Temple of Artifice was a big step up from Calm the Dark. It almost felt like a debut on its own. I feel like this album is a continuing album to it. I think it is a good standard as well. It felt like a different band, a different step in time. The first one to me does not measure up to what I have done since. It was a starting point and I should appreciate that and I do, so that’s why I am going back to the songs. One of the songs off Calm the Dark is going to be on this new album. We have redone it, with lots of new harmonies in it that makes it sound a lot prettier and sexy. It sounds really good but I will always hate Calm the Dark and it’s going to die!!!! I will make it die!!!!

 Jovi: Your second album Temple of Artifice was received well from your fans. How do you think your new album will be received?

 Matt: One thing I’m not expecting from it and this might surprise you, but I’m not expecting to get any new fans because of it. This is more of a present for the people who supported Temple of Artifice and supported the endless line-up changes and still came to watch us and didn’t go “oh no, there is another line-up change” and didn’t come to watch us. It’s for those who continued to support Twisted Illusion as a project. It’s more of a present for those who are already into the band. It’s not a marketing tool to get new fans to make money or anything like that. It’s just a big Thank You to those who already like us.

 Jovi: Will I get to review it?

 Matt: Of course you will. You will get a really early copy. I just expect a really good review!!!! You are not allowed to let your parents hear it though. You will get it for professional reasons only and we will get you to sign a contract so if you show it to them, then I can sue you!!!!

 Jovi: OK, and thank you for your time

 Matt: you are not welcome!!!!

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Playlist: 24/02/2017

  1. ORACLE – BLOOD STAINED EPITAPH
  2. NECROMANCING THE STONE – BLEED FOR THE NIGHT
  3. HELLOWEEN – PHANTOMS OF DEATH (Blast from the past – 1985)
  4. THE RAVEN AGE – THE DEATH MARCH
  5. IRON MAIDEN – SPEED OF LIGHT
  6. AC/DC – THUNDERSTRUCK (Blast from the past – 1990)
  7. ANTHRAX – ARMED AND DANGEROUS (Blast from the past – 1985)
  8. MARYTREE – WHATEVER
  9. THUNDER – DIRTY LOVE (Blast from the past – 1990)
  10. LACUNA COIL – THE HOUSE OF SHAME
  11. ADRIAN PAIN AND THE DEAD SEXY – MIXED MESSAGES
  12. METALLICA – WELCOME HOME (SANITARIUM)
  13. SLIPKNOT – PSYCHOSOCIAL
  14. HATE UNBOUND – GREY SKIES
  15. SODOM – NAPALM IN THE MORNING
  16. EX DEO – THE ROMAN
  17. BLAZE BAYLEY – ENDURE AND SURVIVE
  18. REIGN OF FURY – DEATH BE THY SHEPHERD
  19. SILVER GINGER 5 – TOO MANY HIPPIES IN THE GARDEN OF LOVE
  20. P.O.D. – BOOM!

Playlist: 02/2017

  1. SERTRALINE – CHANGE OF HEART
  2. BALEFUL CREED – SUFFER IN SILENCE
  3. ICED EARTH – PLAGUES OF BABYLON
  4. SLEEP – THE DRUID
  5. SANCTUARY – THE YEAR THE SUN DIED
  6. OMINOUS ECLIPSE – THE HORDE
  7. STORMTROOPERS OF DEATH – KILL YOURSELF
  8. STONE SOUR – THROUGH GLASS
  9. TRIAXIS – STAND YOUR GROUND
  10. GRAND MAGUS – FORGED IN IRON, CROWNED IN STEEL
  11. PLANET OF ZEUS – WHITE SHROUD
  12. MONSTER TRUCK – SHE’S A WITCH
  13. BLACK MIRRORS – CANARD VENGEUR MASQUE
  14. RISE OF DISSENSION – MEND
  15. WOLF – SKULL CRUSHER
  16. SLAYER – CHEMICAL WARFARE
  17. KREATOR – TOTALITARIAN TERROR
  18. IRON MAIDEN – WOMEN IN UNIFORM
  19. MOTORHEAD – LIKE A NIGHTMARE
  20. TWISTED ILLUSION – NO COMPROMISE
  21. THE DOOMSDAY KINGDOM – A SPOONFUL OF DARKNESS
  22. MEMORIAM – SURROUNDED (BY DEATH)