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Monthly Archive: July 2012

Jul 31

Paul Ortiz of Chimp Spanner talks to The Age of Metal

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Paul Ortiz, mastermind of the project Chimp Spanner, is a relatively new face in the states, and on his first US tour with such bands as 7 Horns 7 Eyes, Jeff Loomis, and The Contortionist. On July 26, these bands showed up at Martini Ranch in the city of Scottsdale,AZ. Chimp Spanner came on right …

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Jul 31

Morgoth – Cursed To Live (2012)

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  Close your eyes and listen to the screams, the shouts, guitars, vocals and hear the drum beat and bass line in the air.  It feels so real as if you were there but once you open your eyes your just sitting in the very comfort of your car, living room or where ever it …

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Jul 30

Matt Harvey of Exhumed talked with The Age Of Metal

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With a history riddled with a laundry list of former members, long gaps between releases and hiatuses, a rational person wouldn’t bet on Exhumed being the success it is today. Although you won’t hear any of their songs being played as background music while you shop at Walmart or eat at a restaurant, they’re the …

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Jul 29

Crucified Barbara – The Midnight Chase (2012)

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It has been a while since I had the time to enjoy an all girl metal band, I think since Warlock or Girlschool or even The Runaways, until I listened to  Crucified Barbara. A quartet of gorgeous and talented musicians that since their formation in 1998 they have created kick ass heavy metal. But it was until 2005 …

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Jul 27

Paul Mazurkiewicz of Cannibal Corpse checked in with The Age Of Metal

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With a combination of skull crushing riffs, drums, bass, and guttural vocals, Cannibal Corpse emerged from New York in the late 80’s to become one of the most renowned bands in the genre. Besides their music, they’re well known for their controversial song titles, lyrics, album names and album artwork, making them frequent targets of …

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Jul 25

The Summer Slaughter Tour 2012 / Venue Of Scottsdale/ Scottsdale, AZ. 07/23/2012

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In a city so hot it’s comparable to Satan’s butthole, fans lined up past the venue and down the block, while sweating their asses off and bearing the heat to be as close to the front as possible. Some even got there at least 4 hours early, which is true dedication when it’s over 110 …

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Jul 24

The Age of Metal speaks with Brian Patton of EYEHATEGOD

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Back in 1988 a few guys from New Orléans got together to make what is now known as EYEHATEGOD. They have throughout the years became a powerhouse in the New Orléans metal scene. EYEHATEGOD’s sound can only be described as a very sludgey kind of metal with heavy detuned guitars, coupled with bluesy riffs, tons …

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Jul 23

Tankard- A Girl Called Cerveza (2012)

Is there such a thing as drunken thrash metal.. Not sure but if there had to be a band to represent that genre it would have to be Tankard.  They have been pumping out some killer tracks all the way since 1982.  Their first cd came out in 1986, “Zombie Attack.”   Their cd prior to the …

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Jul 22

Goatwhore at The Orpheum Theater, Flagstaff AZ – 7/19/12

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Goatwhore headlined the night before The Summer Slaughter Tour kicked off and it was intense. Always on one chaotic tour cycle or another, Goatwhore works hard and they sound harder. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jul 21

Jon Schaffer of Iced Earth checked in with The Age Of Metal

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Last week I had the opportunity to see live Iced Earth live again as they are now in the road with Volbeat and Hellyeah, the curious of this tour is that they are not headlining as many would think they will be. Iced Earth is not a band that regularly acts as support for other …

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