Tag: classic rock

Apr 16

Óskar Logi Ágústsson of The Vintage Caravan discussed The Arrival, and his role on the film Málmhaus/Metalhead

The Vintage Caravan is a young band hailing from the Reykjavík area in Iceland, they were form since 2006, but their been more active as a band since 2009 playing gigs and recording albums, in 2011 they released their self titled album, followed by their second album titled Voyage in 2013 via Nuclear Blast Records. This …

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Jun 13

Tobias Cristiansson of The Dagger discussed with us the band’s self-titled debut album.

There is a moment in the life of every musician during which he/she decides to move away from the musical path they have developed and do something completely different. That was the case of Fred Estby (ex-Dismember), David Blomqvist (ex-Dismember), and Tobias Cristiansson (Grave, ex-Dismember) After their time with Dismember was over, they decided to create something musically different from what they have …

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Jan 17

Guðjón Reynisson of The Vintage Caravan talks about Voyage

Definitely the new classic rock movement grows everyday, and gets more and more bands to bring forward their own music based off the 60’s and 70’s greatest artists. This movement has not only got bands from America or mainland Europe, but also from places like Iceland. The Vintage Caravan is a very young trio of …

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Oct 24

Tobias of Noctum checked in with The Age Of Metal

Classic, dark and spooky are the best words to describe what Swedish classic rockers Noctum sounds like. Their music reminiscences Black Sabbath, or Deep Purple (in some riffs), and they just had surprised the world with their obscure music. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Oct 05

Kadavar talked to The Age Of Metal

Personally when I heard about German metal bands, the first names that come to mind are Scorpions, Blind Guardian, and Rammstein, but from now on we must add Kadavar to that list too. This trio of classic/psychedelic rockers is part of the movement that is bringing back the 60’s and 70’s sound to stages around the …

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Oct 04

Scorpion Child checked in with The Age Of Metal

Many people in the media and in the music industry had referred to Scorpion Child as the new millennium reincarnation of Led Zeppelin. Their stage presence, and their music is without a doubt the reflection of the legacy of Led Zeppelin onto this new generation. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 08

Arve Isdal of Audrey Horne Talks to The Age of Metal

Audrey Horne is that sort of band you don’t imagine existing. With the members taking part in incredibly heavy bands like Enslaved and Sahg, you’d imagine this to sound like some amorphous blob of black metal riffing. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 26

Cassidy’s Top 10 Albums Of 2012

  With so many brilliant releases this year, it became hard to pick just 10. My two favorite classic rock bands and some of my favorite black and thrash metal bands released albums, and not a bad one in the bunch (not including the album listed at the very bottom). Between these and tours, 2012 …

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Nov 07

Graveyard – Lights Out (2012)

Just last year, Graveyard shook the hard rock world to its core with the release of Hisingen Blues. People were allured to its killer songwriting and old school charm. Certainly there were many bands trying to bring this vibe back at this point, but none of them focused on making a song actually catchy. Many …

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Jan 31

Interview with Axel & Joakim of Graveyard

Graveyard is a band that has been around since 2006, keeping alive the spirit of classic rock, with influences that goes from Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, and early Deep Purple, the band had developed a unique sound based on those classics, not a repetition of them but a different approach maintaining the music intact, and their …

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