Tag: Nuclear Blast

Apr 01

Schmier Of Destruction checked in with The Age Of Metal

German thrash metal titans Destruction are currently touring North America in support of their latest album Spiritual Genocide, the tour also includes Brazilian death metallers Krisiun, & L.A thrashers Exmortus. They visited Phoenix, AZ last Thursday, and delivered a powerful show that left a happy crowd that missed them last time they toured the USA. …

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Mar 26

Sonata Arctica – Pariah’s Child (2014)

After the heavy criticism that Sonata Arctica received with their last album, Stones Grew Her Name. The Finnish quintet had delivered yet another genius masterpiece in the form of Pariah’s Child. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 14

Bill Steer of Carcass talked to us about The Decibel Magazine Tour 2014

Without a doubt British death metal band Carcass has been a huge influence on what we know as Death Metal & Grindcore today. Albums like Symphonies Of Sickness, Necrotism – Descanting the Insalubrious, and Heartwork are among the albums that pioneered those genres back in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Mar 07

Ted Aguilar of Death Angel talks about The Dream Calls For Blood

It seems passion and drive towards the continual development of good thrash metal is the mission of Bay area Thrash metal band, Death Angel. As we were once more witnesses of one of their astonish shows last Monday at Club Red here in Tempe, AZ. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 03

Rob Dukes of Generation Kill talked to us about We’re All Going to Die

Is not doubt that New York City has been a cradle for extreme music, all the way from Anthrax to Nuclear Assault, to Biohazard and Type O Negative. But it seems there is a new gang in town that has been making a noise not only within the city walls, but all across country, their …

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Dec 03

Epica – Retrospect 10th Anniversary DVD (2013)

It is incredible that 10 years have passed since Epica released their début album The Phantom Agony, it felt like yesterday I was holding my copy from the first time. But like a good wine, Epica gets better as time passes and even today albums like The Phantom Agony and Consign Of Oblivion remain as …

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Nov 25

Mille Petrozza of Kreator checked in with The Age Of Metal

It’s not doubt that Kreator is one of the most influential thrash metal bands that came out from the movement during the 80’s, their sound is different from the one created in the Bay area, and quite distinctive among the German thrash metal movement. As is more fresh, fast and aggressive than Sodom or Destruction. …

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Nov 13

Max Cavalera & Igor Cavalera talked about Metal, Savages & Family with The Age Of Metal

Soulfly is back with a fierce and personal album titled, Savages, the album includes Zyon Cavalera on drums & features Igor Cavalera‘s voice in the song ‘Bloodshed’. Both are the sons of legendary frontman Max Cavalera & wife Gloria Cavalera. Savages carry the trademark sound that Soulfly has forged through their extensive career, but the inclusion …

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Oct 26

Nightwish – Showtime, Storytime DVD (2013)

Nightwish is a band that has gone through too much in the last decade, from getting as big as any band could ever dream, to fall out from grace because of the drama. But no matter what happened, they got up, clean up the dirt, and keep going. Because after all the circus must go on. Use …

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Oct 20

Within Temptation – Paradise (What About Us) EP (2013)

It’s been two years since Within Temptation released the graphic novel themed album Unforgiving, which was a great story, and an amazing visual trip. But the music on it left many of us waiting for more, or puzzled about what happened with that dark and mystical touch on their music. Use Facebook to Comment on …

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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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