Tag Archive: The End Records

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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Apr 25

Julz Ramos of Hatchet checked in with The Age Of Metal

Bay Area thrash metal act Hatchet has toured almost nonstop since last year, they recently released their third studio album Dawn Of The End, which had received a lot of praise by the media and fans alike.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 22

Steven”Lips” Kudlow of Anvil checked in with The Age Of Metal

Canadian heavy metal legends, Anvil, are currently touring the USA promoting their new album, Hope In Hell. Their show filled up the Big Fish Pub last Friday (04/18/14) here in Tempe, AZ with die-hard metalheads that gathered to witness at first hand, how metal is really pounded.   Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Sep 10

Eklipse – Electric Air (2013)

Helena, Viola, Miss. E, and Scarlet are four well trained classical musicians, that decided to form a string quarter band and play pop and rock covers, their music had captivated the metal scene, and they had toured with the likes of Nightwish in Europe, and currently are supporting Kamelot in their North American tour. Use …

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Apr 27

Julz Ramos of Bay area thrashers Hatchet talks to The Age Of Metal

Coming out of the San Francisco Bay area metal scene, Hatchet pick up, and run like a banshee with the thrash torch. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 05

Bereft – Leichenhaus (2012)

Supergroups are a risky proposition. Sure, hearing a bunch of your favorite people from all of your favorite bands getting together may sound like a great idea, but usually that idea falls far short of expectations when music gets released. This is further compounded when the music they write sounds nothing like the bands they …

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Apr 27

Anathema – Weather Systems (2012)

In the early nineties three bands came out from England who personified the Death/Doom sub-genre: My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost, and Anathema. Out of all of them Anathema has been the one who went the furthest away from their roots later in their career. In 1996 they released their album Eternity which saw Anathema going …

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