Tag: Metal

Mar 16

Nathan & Jordan of Final Drive discussed their new album Dig Deeper

There is not doubt that bands like Pantera and Slayer are two of the biggest influences in American metal during the last 10 to 15 years, and even before that. St. Louis, Missouri’s very own Final Drive is a living example of that influence. Created in 2002, the band has developed their own version of …

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Mar 14

Rob ‘The Witch’ of Necronomicon talks gear, touring and new material

Around this time last year, Canadian Black Metal outfit Necronomicon was releasing their fifth studio album. Advent of The Human God via Season of Mist Records, an advance of what we would experience months later when they toured the US with Rotting Christ and Carach Angren. We talked recently to Rob ‘The Witch’, vocalist and guitar …

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Mar 10

Havok – Conformicide (2017)

It’s been four years since Unnatural Selection which makes this the longest gap between albums they’ve had. But this record reflects the fact that the time they took to write was well used. This album was worth the wait.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 09

Danny Marino of The Agonist discussed life on the road and the new album Five.

Canadian metal act The Agonist, recently finished a long tour in the US as a support for DevilDriver and Death Angel. The tour was the second tour the band did in over a year as part of the support for their new album Five. They stop in Mesa, AZ last week, where we had the …

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Mar 07

Caroline Westendorp of The Charm The Fury discussed new album and band’s origins.

Meet Amsterdam’s new metal revelation band, The Charm The Fury. They are about to release their second studio album and the first with Nuclear Blast Records. The Sick, Dumb & Happy. To understand more about the band’s origin story, the album and the metal scene in Amsterdam, we spoke with their vocalist Caroline Westendorp. Use Facebook to …

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Mar 03

Karl Willets of Memoriam discussed band’s origin/sound and the new album For The Fallen

What do you get when members from two of the most prominent and iconic death metal bands that England have ever produced (Bolt Thrower & Benediction), get finally together to form a death metal band that has been dormant in the back of their minds for over 20 years. You get Memoriam, a modern death …

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Mar 02

The Charm The Fury – The Sick, Dumb & Happy 2017

Nuclear Blast Records and Arising Empire have teamed up and are pushing hard for up and coming metalcore band, The Charm The Fury. Hailing from the Netherlands, The Charm The Fury is persistently growing in popularity all throughout  Europe.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 01

Lizzy Borden discussed new album and the music industry at NAMM 2017

Los Angeles metal legends Lizzy Borden started their career back in the mid 80’s during the rise of American glam metal, and since then they have been a constant band that had adapted themselves to the changes in the music industry. With the time and due to the constant shifting in the industry, Lizzy Borden …

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Feb 27

Obituary – “Obituary” (2017)

Florida death metal pioneers Obituary are back at it again with their tenth studio album. The self-titled release via Relapse Records drops this March with a crushing blow to the eardrums of all nearby.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 24

Doyle talks about his new album As We Die, touring and Misfits reunion

The Misfits‘ legendary guitar player and now solo artists Doyle is about to release his new album As We Die, the album which was recorded at the same time as Doyle‘s latest album Abominator was put on ice until the completion of the Abominator cycle. With that in mind, this new album is a continuation …

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Feb 22

70000 Tons of Metal 2017 – Day 4

Unfortunately, all good things come to an end and the final day of this fantastic adventure had slowly crept up on me. I had intended to wake up extra “early” to go watch Serenity, but my body had decided that sleep was more important and sadly missed their set. Slightly disappointed with myself, I jumped …

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