Tag Archive: Extreme Metal

Jun 12

Greg Mackintosh of Vallenfyre discussed Fear Those Who Fear Him

Vallenfyre just released their third studio album titled Fear Those Who Fear Him, a collection of 10 crushing songs that together clocked exactly at 39:00 minutes, It might seems short compared with Splinters (2014) and A Fragile King (2011), but fear not as Vallenfyre really have been busy polishing their already dark and raw sound. …

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Nov 16

Devilment – Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes (2016)

Devilment surprises greatly with their sophomore album Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes as it comes across as a heavier and darker album than their album debut The Great and Secret Show. It seems that the influence of Dani‘s dark and twisted mind finally caught up with Devilment as the album is just a dark tale …

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Nov 01

Dani Filth discusses Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes

Witch county innovators Devilment are returning to the international spotlight with a new album titled; Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes. This eleven track album from which the last two songs are bonus tracks (The Seductive Poison & Father Dali) can be considered as the most dark and extreme material the band have released so far. …

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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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Jul 10

Cradle of Filth – Hammer of the Witches (2015)

Countless labels, 20 band members and ten studio albums later Cradle of Filth is back paired up with Nuclear Blast to release the band’s 11th full-length studio album- Hammer of the Witches.   Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 12

The Agonist – Eye of Providence (2015)

The Canadian metal band, The  Agonist, was created and founded a decade ago by bass player Chris Kells, guitarist Danny Marino, and front woman Alissa White-Gluz (whom if you weren’t aware, left the band to replace Angela Gossow of Swedish metal band Arch Enemy earlier last year). As the fans of both Arch Enemy and …

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Nov 18

Arch Enemy at Marquee Theater. Tempe, AZ (11/14/14)

One of the more extreme metal packages announced this year passed through Tempe, AZ this past Friday. Arch Enemy, Kreator, Huntress, and Starkill were the reason to look forward for the end of the week. The package itself was aimed for various extreme metal fans, whether you like Arch Enemy or Starkill, there was enough for everyone. …

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Sep 11

Meshuggah – I (Special Edition EP) (2014)

To continue celebrating the 25th anniversary of Swedish metal mammoths Meshuggah. The band had decided to release the famous 21 minute opus, ‘I’ along with 2 live songs from the 2012 – 2013 Ophidian Trek World Tour, and the song Pitch Black which was released on a EP last year. All this will be release on a special edition CD …

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Aug 06

Helmuth of Belphegor talked to us about Conjuring the Dead and Touring

Belphegor has always been the band to stand out in extreme metal. They are one of the bands that always alters their belligerent sound, yet stay true to their unorthodox roots. And with their newest release titled Conjuring the Dead, they will continue to dominate. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jun 25

Jeff Loomis of Conquering Dystopia talks about touring and writing music.

We still trying to wrap our heads about the amazing show that Conquering Dystopia delivered last Friday here in Mesa, AZ. I remembered talking with Jeff Loomis and Keith Merrow last January before their début show at the Schecter NAMM party in Anaheim, CA. At the time their material was unknown, so their live performance was regarded as …

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May 01

Dani Filth of Cradle Of Filth discussed Total Fucking Darkness with The Age Of Metal

20 years had passed since Cradle Of Filth debuted their first album The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh (1994), To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band’s inception, they are planning to re-release, the Total Fucking Darkness demo on May 5, 2014 via Mordgrimm.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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