May 21

Max & Iggor Cavalera on touring, the new Cavalera Conspiracy & Football

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Heavy metal brothers Max & Iggor Cavalera just finished one of the longest North American tour that Cavalera Conspiracy has ever done. Since their latest album, Pandemonium was released last November. Cavalera Conspiracy was on the road this year with Death Angel, Corrosion Of Conformity (Blind) & Lody Kong, not only promoting the new album, but destroying every venue that they performed on.

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May 19

Tesseract – Scala/Odyssey ‘Live audio’ (2015)


British quintet TesseracT has been active and constantly evolving since their international break through in 2011 with their album One, they are now releasing their first live CD/DVD titled Scala/Odyssey, which basically is a trip through their two first albums. What makes this album different is not that the video portion of the album was recorded at the Scala theater in London last November, and the Odyssey portion was recorded during the second leg of the Altered State in different parts of Europe. The true difference is how TesseracT sounds with returning vocalist Daniel Tompkins, who recently re-joined the band.   Read the rest of this entry »

May 18

Tuomas Holopainen of Nightwish talked to us about touring North America & Endless Forms Most Beautiful


As a band that has been the pioneer of a metal genre that had influenced thousands of bands around the world, and whose fans are counted among millions worldwide, Nightwish, is considered one of the best metal bands around the world. With the release of their eight studio album Endless Forms Most Beautiful, the band started a new era not only on their career path, but also in their musical legacy. Recently they finished a North American tour where they play live for the first time many song out of that new album. Read the rest of this entry »

May 14

Joakim Brodén of Sabaton talked to us touring North America, Heroes, and ideas for the next album.


Sabaton‘s popularity have grown a lot since their first US tour back in 2012, they had become an interesting and fun band to watch live, not only the thematic aspect of their lyrics or how fresh their heavy metal style is are part of the appealing this band has. But, there is also the charisma that this Swedish quintet brings to the stage. Read the rest of this entry »

May 12

Charlotte Wessels of Delain on touring North America, new music, and guesting on the new Kamelot album


Currently Delain is finishing their third North American tour in three consecutive years, something that gradually for their fan base it had become some sort of tradition (yes, we would love to have them in 2016 too, let’s hope that happens). But since their first tour in 2013, Delain had played decent size venues across North America, but nothing compared to their May 1st show at The Greek in Los Angeles, CA.  Read the rest of this entry »

May 11

Seth Siro Anton of Septicflesh on his artistic side & the connection with music.


Seth Siro Anton is the frontman & bass player of Greek metal band Septicflesh, he also is an independent artist that had reached worldwide popularity with his work on album art covers for many international bands ranking from Exodus, Kamelot, Moonspell, to Rotting Christ. His work can also be admired on Septicflesh‘s releases and it reflects his feelings about the music he creates with the band. Read the rest of this entry »

May 08

INFERNO Festival 2015 – Day 2 (04/03/15. Oslo, Norway)

Inferno 2015

Inferno‘s friday started with Italians death metallers ADE who crushed the John Dee’s venue with their screams and blasting drums… you can note George Kollias‘ influence into their sound which is closer to technical death metal than other styles, Italian death metal attack !!! Later, americans Goatwhore thrashed Rockefeller’s stage while presenting some of their new album Constricting Rage of the Merciless… The venue wasn’t full as expected, but those rangers did the job, american style into the venue to warm up engines… Read the rest of this entry »

May 07

The Agonist speaks to The Age of Metal about Eye of Providence


The Agonist is the prime example of a band that has worked tooth and nail to achieve their success. This act has finally reached their peak after ten years. This band has grown into an unstoppable force, using their musical talent and an intense show to show the world they’re unforgettable. Read the rest of this entry »

May 05

Korpiklaani – Noita (2015)

Korpiklaani - Noita

I will say openly to begin with that this girl has a pretty big bias for folk music, so it will be rather hard for me not to enjoy the new Korpiklaani release. Either way, Nuclear Blast and Korpiklaani have come together again after a three-year wait to release the band’s ninth and one of their best albums to date- Noita. Read the rest of this entry »

May 04

Fernando Ribeiro of Moonspell discussed the new album Extinct & the 20th anniversary of Wolfheart


After more than 20 years of musical career Moonspell continues delivering top A studio albums, and live performances. Last March they released their new album Extinct. A ten track album that shines from beginning to end, and that presents a new face of the Moonspell trademark sound. Along with the album, Moonspell is currently touring North America presenting it almost on full force.  Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 29

Shining – IX Everyone, Everything, Everywhere Ends (2015)


Shining is one of the most recognizable bands in black metal. The reason for that is because of how distinct yet versatile this band remains. Their newest release IX Everyone, Everything, Everywhere Ends proves this. The symphonic atmosphere is the perfect background for the incongruity of composition, and this will help keep the listener intrigued. All Shining fans are going to be pleased with this album. Read the rest of this entry »

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