Tag: American metal

Mar 11

David Sanchez of Havok talks about touring with Megadeth and their upcoming album.

With over 10 years of existence, many line-up reincarnations and a worldwide touring record. Havok had reached what many young bands aspire to achieve when they start their rehearsals at house garages and basements around the US. They are touring with big name artists and playing gigs at arena level stages. For Havok that came …

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Feb 12

The Age of Metal talked to Native Construct at Winter NAMM 2016

If you haven’t discovered Native Construct, then you’re missing out. There’s no doubt this is currently the rising prog band. This band just emerged in 2015 with their debut album Quiet World. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 02

Allegaeon talked about the NAMM Show & their 2016 plans.

Allegaeon has proved they’re one of the rising bands in metal. They’re a rhapsody of melodic tones, yet their ample inclusion of technical solos allows them to stand out. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 01

David Ellefson of Megadeth discussed Dystopia & NAMM 2016

  You always meet really cool people when you go to NAMM. This year I met one of the most legendary musicians in metal, Dave Ellefson of Megadeth. Being one of the iconic thrash bands, they’re still going strong today with new album Dystopia. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 30

The Zenith Passage discuss Solipsist at NAMM Show 2016

The Zenith Passage is the rising technical death metal band. Mixing dexterity and intensity, this band can easily compel anyone to join their following. Along with a monstrous feel, this band forces you to open up your mind. It’s because of these reasons why their début titled Solipsist will overtake death metal. Use Facebook to …

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Jan 28

Patrick Sheridan of Fit For An Autopsy discusses Fishman Pickups at the NAMM Show 2016

There isn’t a force in metal more vigorous than Fit For An Autopsy. And they didn’t fail to bring their energy to the 2016 NAMM Show. Guitarist Pat Sheridan performed an impressive demo at the Fishman pickups booth, showing off why it is he achieves his perfect tones. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 19

Steve & Jon of Halcyon Way discussed touring North America

I came across Halcyon Way‘s name and music during my first ProgPower USA festival in Atlanta, GA in 2010 at the Nightmare records booth, but it was until 2013 when that toured North American with Saxon and Fozzy that I got to see them live, at that time they were finishing the promo cycle for …

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Jan 18

Michael Wilton of Queensrÿche discussed Condition Human

With over 30 years of experience in the music industry, a catalogue of 15 studio albums, and several world tours under their belt. Queensrÿche is a living touring institution in the metal scene, that keeps their sound current while pleasing their most devoted fan-base.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 11

Exmortus – Ride Forth (2016)

Out of all of the bands to emerge from this modern era, no one is as distinctive as Exmortus. Their epic and riff-happy tracks are provoking everyone in their wake. They coined a sound that almost sounds like a madness of swords and shields. Mixed with harsh vocals, deep tones and rapid drumming this band …

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Dec 28

Jill Janus of Huntress discussed how personal is the new album ‘Static’

Huntress‘s new album Static came out last September and it’s the deepest and most personal album the band has released until now. They delivered not only a good loaded 10 songs album, that deals with real experiences and personal demons that Jill Janus and the rest of the gang have been dealing for a long …

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Dec 03

Max Cavalera of Soulfly discussed Archangel & being a metal dad.

Phoenix’s very own Soulfly has become one of the most representative bands that is based in Arizona in the last 10 years or so, with ten studio albums in their back catalog, numerous tours over North America, Europe, Latin America and Australia, and a unique sound that shapes itself out with each of the albums …

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