Tag: Canadian Metal

Mar 26

3 Inches of Blood – Long Live Heavy Metal (2012)

Canada’s very own heavy metal band 3 Inches of Blood have just come out with their latest album called “Long Live Heavy Metal.”  With a name like that you can already expect the extreme high vocals, shredding incredible guitar solos and the craziest beats you can imagine.   The band previous studio album was released in …

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Feb 02

Nephelium – Coils of Entropy (2012)

  Nephelium is a death metal band all the way from Dubai out in the Middle East, who are now residing in Toronto, Canada.  The band was formed back in the late 90’s and put out their Demo in 2002  “Archaic Malevolent Sorcery” then in 2003 their EP “Ignite The Wrath of Silence”.  The bands self released …

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Oct 08

Interview with Borealis

Borealis is a Progressive metal band from Toronto, Canada, that since 2005 has created some awesome riffs, and now they are in the process of building a name for themselves. With two albums out, World Of Science (2008) and Fall From Grace (2011) the band has already played the kick off show at ProgPower USA …

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Sep 21

Chris and Justin of The Agonist checked in with The Age Of Metal

Last weekend The Agonist stopped by Tempe, AZ with Alestorm and Kamelot to show us some good music, good time, and an advance of their upcoming album with their new EP The Escape. It was an awesome show and a great vibe from the band and the crowd, many of them new to their music …

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Aug 20

Eytan from Fatality checked in with The Age Of Metal

Last week we had the chance to talk with Eytan Gordon (lead guitar) of Canadian thrash metallers Fatality, who a couple of weeks ago finished their first ever West Coast tour in the US, unfortunately The Age Of Metal wasn’t able to make to the show (that day i was moving into my new place.) …

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Aug 13

All Else Fails – The Oracle, What Was Is and Could Have Been (2011)

Alberta, Canada natives All Else Fails have crafted one of the most diverse sounding albums I’ve heard in a while. The Oracle, What Was Is and Could Have Been refuses to be pigeon-holed into a genre, and that’s why it’s great. Rather than sick to a straight formula, All Else Fails branch out into several …

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