Tag: punk

Jul 05

Fleshreaper – Casketastrophe (2017)

On April 6, 2017 Fleshreaper released their first full-length album. It’s been about two years since their demo One Day Closer to Death… End of the Joke was released and it’s great to see them proceeding and putting out more music. This is especially good news if you like a heavy, gross, and punk style …

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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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Nov 06

Mike & Will of American Sharks checked in with The Age Of Metal

Is a rare experience when a stoner metal band opens for a death metal band, is like they are warming out the crowd on slow-mo. Texas’s very own American Sharks had a fair response from the crowd waiting to see Decapitated and Gwar last sunday at Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ. The band’s music is …

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Aug 28

Reed Mullin of Corrosion Of Conformity talks with The Age Of Metal

Corrosion Of Conformity is a band that had mixed and tried various heavy music genres in their career. From heavy metal, to sludge metal, to hardcore, punk and even thrash metal, this different mash-ups had shaped the character and the legacy of the band. So, at the time to see them live, you can expect …

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Oct 29

Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust talked to The Age Of Metal about Chemistry of Consciousness

Toxic Holocaust is one of the most unique thrash metal bands. Their signature sound of fusing punk and metal inspired a large part of the underground metal scene. Their sound is singular, yet is enjoyable; qualities that truly make a successful band. With their fifth studio album Chemistry of Consciousness being released along with a …

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Jun 11

Liam Cormier from Cancer Bats Talked to The Age of Metal

I find the Cancer Bats to be an interesting band. Although they’re rooted in hardcore punk, they have managed to grow through that into something more – not everyone can do six dates in 24 hours in a country different from their own and sell out every single show in that. They’ve managed to put …

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May 12

Joel Grind – The Yellowgoat Sessions (2013)

The voice behind the Toxic Holocaust is Joel Grind, the frontman and founder of the band has branched out and is releasing “The Yellowgoat Sessions.” This is the first album of his solo project.  Now for fans of Toxic Holocaust know that “The Yellowgoat Sessions” is not just more Toxic Holocaust songs under a different name but …

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Oct 28

Interview with Erlend Hjelvik of Kvelertak

Hailing from Norway, Kvelertak play a unique mix of punk and black metal welded together with some good old fashioned rock n’roll that will completely blow your brains out. They’re just plain fun to listen to, and their music begs to be blasted at full volume while driving down the highway. Their first album, which is self-titled, …

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