Update on Pat O’Brien (Cannibal Corpse)

Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O'Brien has been released on bail of $50,000 following on from the incidents of last week. The bail is split between the two charges: aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon ($30,000) and burglary of an occupied dwelling with assault or battery ($20,000). O'Brien's house burned to the … Continue reading Update on Pat O’Brien (Cannibal Corpse)

Cannibal Corpse guitarist charged with burglary and assault

Well, this is potentially going to cause issues with the upcoming opening slot on the Slayer tour... Pat O'Brien, lead guitars for Cannibal Corpse, has been arrested in Florida as his home burned down. Ammunition in the building was "cooking off", and O'Brien attacked police officers with a knife when they turned up to investigate. … Continue reading Cannibal Corpse guitarist charged with burglary and assault

Bloodstock 2018 – Mosh’s Saturday

Today started nicely, with some clear skies and very warm sun through the early afternoon... and then came the rain. Scheduled to keep dribbling / pouring until 4pm on Sunday you'd think it would dampen spirits but thankfully that idea was put to rest by the dedicated fans cramming into tents or simply ignoring it … Continue reading Bloodstock 2018 – Mosh’s Saturday

MetalDays 2018: Day 7 and wrap-up

By this stage you'll probably be sick of a list of bands so I'll just rattle through the handful I caught through a haze of Laško. On New Forces, Asylum Pyre and Copia both impressed, while main stage act Death Alley from The Netherlands didn't quite get the audience they deserved for their fuzzy hard rock. Two-man … Continue reading MetalDays 2018: Day 7 and wrap-up

Gig Review: Cannibal Corpse / Man Must Die – Limelight 2, Belfast (22nd March 2018)

Scotland’s Man Must Die were the support for the three Irish dates of the Cannibal Corpse tour. Lead vocalist Joe McGlynn is an imposing figure, commanding the crowd from the second they hit the stage. Unbelievably heavy in all respects, from the double guitar work of Alan and Daniel to the relentless drums from Tony. … Continue reading Gig Review: Cannibal Corpse / Man Must Die – Limelight 2, Belfast (22nd March 2018)

Interview: Paul Mazurkiewicz of Cannibal Corpse

Cannibal Corpse released their brand new album Red Before Black on Friday last week to some pretty amazing reviews from across the world of musical press. Prior to the release, I fulfilled a childhood dream of chatting to one of the founding members and drummer from the band, Paul Mazurkiewicz. As well as chatting about the … Continue reading Interview: Paul Mazurkiewicz of Cannibal Corpse