Tag: The Age of Metal

Dec 24

The Age Of Metal Top 10 Albums Of 2013

Thank to your votes we have a general top 10 albums of 2013. The bands nominations were based on our writer’s top 15’s albums of 2013, but you had the chance to select the order of that top 10 by voting and supporting your favorite record. So after a week of active voting, here are …

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Nov 07

Metal Female Voices Fest XI review. Wieze, Belgium (11/19-21/13)

I asked myself these questions…. A trip to Europe and specifically Belgium in October?, A chance to hook up with friends I’ve made online over the years, Getting to cover a music festival as both a reporter and photographer?, A music festival billed with nothing but female fronted bands? To these questions and more, I …

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Mar 23

The Age Of Metal interviews The Foreshadowing

What do you get when you take a dash of My Dying Bride, Katatonia, and early Anathema? You get the Italian Gothic/Doom metal band, The Foreshadowing. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 04

Björn Strid of Soilwork talks with The Age of Metal

Soilwork has been around since the the heyday of the Gothenberg melo-death scene. Over the years, they have evolved in a way that has kept them relevant, while staying connected to their roots. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 01

Suffocation – Pinnacle of Bedlam (2013)

For over three decades, the members of Suffocation have remained on their perch as one of pioneers and leaders of death metal as we know it today. In that time hoards of bands, trying to emulate and overtake Suffocation, have come and gone. The band has also had to work through recent lineup changes and …

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Jan 29

Guy Marchais of Suffocation chats with The Age of Metal

Suffocation is one of the biggest names in death metal and for over 30 years, they have forged a path that many bands try to follow today. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jun 13

Dying Fetus – Reign Supreme (2012)

Dying Fetus - Reign Supreme

Dying Fetus is easily one of the most devastating bands around and has been laying waste to legions of rabid fans for two decades. The band’s ability to maintain industrial-strength brutality, while throwing in flashes of technicality and fluidly folding in neck-snapping groove is truly what sets them apart from most of their contemporaries. With …

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Aug 02

Phil Bozeman of Whitechapel talked to The Age of Metal

  The Age of Metal recently had the chance to talk with Phil Bozeman, vocalist of Whitechapel, about touring on Summer Slaughter, collaborating with other vocalists, and the band’s new drummer. Whitechapel is currently headlining the Summer Slaughter tour along with the Black Dahlia Murder, Darkest Hour,  Six Feet Under, and Dying Fetus. http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d191/migurozo/278127_257639837581808_154882541190872_1141225_1104033_o.jpg You’ve …

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Jun 06

Carmen & Birgit of Midnattsol checked in with The Age Of Metal

A couple of weeks ago we had the oportunity to talk with Carmen Elise Espenæs (voice) and Birgit Öllbrunner (bass) of Folk Nordic metal band Midnattsol, that just released their new album The Metamorphosis Melody, and this is what they told us. http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d191/migurozo/Carmen_Elise_Espenaes_Midnattsol_Picture_52.jpg AOM: Hello Carmen and Birgit, thank you for access to this interview with The …

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May 19

HELL-Human Remains (2011)

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d191/migurozo/human-remains-hell.jpg If Dante’s Divine Comedy would ever have a soundtrack, the Inferno chapter would be dedicated to the entire Human Remains album by British NWOHM band HELL. They rocked hard back in the 80’s but with the falling apart of their label and the suicide of their original guitar player and singer David Halliday the …

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May 14

Russell Allen of Symphony X checked in with The Age Of Metal

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d191/migurozo/symphony-x5.jpg It had been 3 years since last time I saw Symphony X, and that time they blew my mind, so this time I was very curious about their new material, plus by the time the announcement of the tour happened it also included Nevermore and Soilwork, but they dropped out of the tour unfortunately …

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