Tag: Heavy metal

May 24

Eero Sipilä of Battle Beast discussed their first US tour and Bringer Of Pain

Finnish metal revelation, Battle Beast just wrapped up their first ever US tour. With a shiny new album under their belt and a party attitude that brings the crowd near to a frenzy everywhere they play, these five Finnish characters deliver an amazing show live that is powerful enough to at times eclipse the attention of the …

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Apr 24

A New Sin: A conversation with Liv Jagrell of Liv Sin

As many of you remember Sister Sin ceased to exist in 2015, but that was not the end for vocalist Liv Jagrell who is now making a comeback to the metal scene with her new band Liv Sin and their debut album Follow Me. After over a decade of work with Sister Sin and countless tours …

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Jan 17

Noora Louhimo of Battle Beast is the Bringer of Pain

Battle Beast will release their highly expected new studio album titled Bringer of Pain. The album continues the developing of that heavy metal meets pop meets 80’s style concept that has made the band so unique around the world. But in 2017 Battle beast will not only celebrate the release of a new studio album, they are …

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Oct 24

Oscar Dronjak of Hammerfall talks about Built to Last

The Templars of Metal have returned to the international spotlight and with them their new album Built to Last. Following the incredible success of (r)Evolution, Hammerfall drops yet another great piece of heavy metal goodness. Their new album Built to Last will be released on Nov. 4 via Napalm Records. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Apr 11

Amon Amarth raids The Pressroom (Phoenix, AZ 04/08/16)

There is always a thrill component when you go to an Amon Amarth show, you don’t know what to expect yet you know that there will be a lot of chanting, and you will be throwing the horns on the air almost during the whole show. This time around the Swedish Vikings are raiding the North …

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Mar 25

Timo Kotipelto of Stratovarius talks Eternal, Songwriting and 70000 Tons Of Metal

Since 1984 Stratovarius had developed a peculiar sound within the heavy metal scene, They didn’t conform to the 80’s new wave of heavy metal, through the years they have worked in a different brew of metal. With breakthrough albums like Dreamspace or Fourth Dimension, they forged a metal style that was in the very line …

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Mar 24

Doro Peach speaks about Tour, New Music and being the Metal Queen

Doro Pesch has a music career spanning over thirty years, which is more than most people can say. And from someone who still records and tours frequently, it’s no wonder why Doro has become one of the most legendary figures in metal. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 22

Joacim Cans of Hamerfall discussed Whiskey, (r)Evolution and 70000 Tons Of Metal

Hammerfall is a band that had personally impressed me since their début album Glory of The Brave back in 1997, they came to the scene in a time that heavy metal needed a revitalization, they did it, albums like Renegade or Crimson Thunder will go down in history as some of the albums that brought …

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Feb 15

Henning Basse discussed Firewind’s plans during 70000 Tons of Metal

One of the beautiful things about 70000 Tons of Metal is that besides of being a huge floating backstage party in the middle of the Caribbean sea, is that you get some personal time with some of the biggest artists aboard the ship at different times and locations around it.  Use Facebook to Comment on …

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Feb 12

Enforcer/Warbringer/Exmortus/Cauldron at Club Red (Mesa, AZ 02/05/16)

On Friday February 5 Enforcer, Warbringer, Exmortus, and Cauldron played at Club Red in Mesa. I was so excited to see this show since it was announced almost a year ago. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 19

Steve & Jon of Halcyon Way discussed touring North America

I came across Halcyon Way‘s name and music during my first ProgPower USA festival in Atlanta, GA in 2010 at the Nightmare records booth, but it was until 2013 when that toured North American with Saxon and Fozzy that I got to see them live, at that time they were finishing the promo cycle for …

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