Tag: Heavy metal

Jun 17

Margarita Monet of Edge Of Paradise discussed Immortal Waltz & band image

Founded in 2011 Edge Of Paradise started as a L.A band that was out in the look for a new sound, after the released of their album Mask in 2011, the band took a different direction in 2013 after meeting legendary producer Michael Wagener (Mötley Crüe, W.A.S.P., Overkill, Accept, Alice Cooper, Megadeth, Ozzy Osbourne, and Metallica) who collaborated with …

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Jun 08

Michael Weikath of Helloween discussed My God Given Right, and the band’s 30th year anniversary

After reaching an astonishing 30 year music career, and be referenced as one of the creators of power metal, German metal pioneers Helloween, continuing producing interesting music. They recently released their 15th studio album titled, My God Given Right. An album that takes us back to their early sound, back to where everything started, back to …

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May 14

Joakim Brodén of Sabaton talked to us touring North America, Heroes, and ideas for the next album.

Sabaton‘s popularity have grown a lot since their first US tour back in 2012, they had become an interesting and fun band to watch live, not only the thematic aspect of their lyrics or how fresh their heavy metal style is are part of the appealing this band has. But, there is also the charisma that …

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Apr 28

Michael Kiske & Amanda Somerville discussed the new Kiske/Somerville album, City Of Heroes

Kiske/Somerville it’s a studio project that saw that light of day in 2010 with their début self-titled album Kiske/Somerville. This project involves Michael Kiske (Unisonic, ex-Helloween) and Amanda Somerville (Trillium, Avantasia, Rock Meets Classic). These two powerful voices have united their talents again this year, and have delivered a new album titled City of Heroes. …

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Apr 20

Enforcer – From Beyond (2015)

We all know Enforcer has their own way of capturing their listeners. They are adamant in their ways of forcing their aggressive tracks upon anyone, yet all are willing to surrender. Their latest album From Beyond proves that this band is unstoppable. With one listen, the scorching fires ignite and swallow anyone in their wake. …

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Mar 18

Doro plays Club Red in Mesa, AZ (03/13/15)

For 30 years Doro Pesch had rocked out stages all over the world, delivering night after night a powerful show filled with great metal anthems, and with an undying love for her fans that follow her country after country. And this year is not different here in the United States, after delivering a successful tour in …

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Mar 09

Udo Dirkschneider discussed the new U.D.O album Decadent & hints North American tour 2015

Udo Dirkschneider is a name that doesn’t need an introduction, after fronting Accept in the 80’s and making a name for himself on his own band U.D.O Mr.Dirkschneider, returns in 2015 with a new U.D.O album titled, Decadent, their 15th studio album. That along is a long run for a band that has been around since 1987.  Use …

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Feb 06

Panzer – Send Them All to Hell (2014)

Panzer - Send Them All to Hell

Panzer was born as a side project of three of the most influential heavy-thrash metal musicians: Schmier (Destruction), Stefan Schwarzmann and Herman Frank (ex-Accept) who announced the big news to the heavy metal scene. This metal trio cannot be properly called as “superband”, but its debut album honours their talent and skills. Send Them All to Hell is a well …

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Feb 04

Matt Barlow & Freddie Vidales of Ashes Of Ares checked in with The Age Of Metal

The valley of the sun rarely gets special shows, since we are not a music or film mecca. we do get our hands on the general tours that cover the USA from east to west along the year. But it seems with the Superbowl in town, even metal fans in Phoenix got a special treatment …

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Jan 26

Battle Beast – Unholy Savior (2015)

Do you ever wonder how the 80’s metal would sound when is done by 21st century musicians? Or perhaps do you feel that there are not bands out there with the spirit of the 80’s but rather a bunch copycats that haven’t figure out how to bring the 80’s back? Well, Battle Beast‘s new album Unholy …

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Jan 23

Skull Fist/Elm Street/ Night Demon at Nile Theater (01/20/15)

Last Tuesday night, I got the pleasure to see a great heavy metal show down at Nile Theater, even though I am not too fond of the venue, as is not the best we have around here, I can say that the Skull Fist, Elm Street & Night Demon show sounded fairly solid, and it …

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