Tag Archive: Nuclear Blast

Jul 19

Dirk Sauer of Edguy discussed the new album Monuments.

German heavy metal maestros, Edguy return with a new album that celebrates 25th years of heavy metal madness and includes 5 new tracks in the style that we already know and love from Edguy. Besides those new songs, Edguy also recopilates the best songs from all their discographic career, all packed on a 2 CD …

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Sep 05

Jason Keyser of Origin discussed Full Terror Assault Open-Air

Full Terror Assault is on its second year of gathering the most extreme acts in metal, and putting them in the middle of the woods. So what better band to include in this unorthodox line-up than Origin? No one can deny that Origin made their legacy on their inhuman technicality, while combining the perfect amount …

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May 09

Fear Factory celebrates Demanufacture at Marquee Theater (Tempe, AZ 05/06/16)

Fear Factory celebrated the 20th year anniversary of their acclaimed sophomore album Demanufactured with an extensive tour around North America that saw the band playing the album on its entirely to crowds driven by nostalgia. The tour stopped at Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ last Friday night before making its final show in the band’s …

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Nov 30

Hansi Kürsch & Frederik Ehmke of Blind Guardian discussed touring & Beyond The Red Mirror

The name Blind Guardian does not only describe one of the forefathers of German power metal, but a whole institution within the genre, this band have written the most incredible power metal anthems in history (Valhalla, The Bard Song, Mirror, Mirror), and they still going strong to this day. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Oct 26

Mark Heylmun of Suicide Silence discussed touring with Korn & the new EP Sacred Words

After a little over a year since Suicide Silence released their last studio album You Can’t Stop Me, Suicide Silence have returned to the North American roads in one of their biggest tour ever. This time around they are closing the album cycle for You Can’t Stop Me, and giving support to KoRn on their 20th anniversary tour, before they …

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Sep 17

Soulfly – Archangel (2015)

A month into this album’s release, fans are reminded why Soulfly is the king of metal. Archangel combines all of the best elements of extreme metal, and so much more. Blending the remorseless edge of metal atmosphere with a wild energy that’s insurmountable, all Soulfly fans will easily submit to this album. With the time …

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Sep 01

Esa Holopainen of Amorphis discussed Under The Red Cloud

After 25 years and a dozen of studio albums later, Amorphis is releasing what could be considered one of the heaviest album in their career and one of the top albums of 2015. With Under The Red Cloud, Amorphis not only shows the true power behind Tomi Joutsen‘s vocal cords, but the bands moves to …

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Jul 01

Death Angel – The Bay Calls for Blood (2015)

If there’s one time I would pick to see Death Angel, it would be performing in their hometown of San Francisco. But until then, I have their live album! This release with the clever title of The Bay Calls for Blood is the ultimate live release. Combining the material of the heart-racing thrashers with a …

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Jun 10

Andreas Kisser of Sepultura discussed touring and the band’s 30th year anniversary

30 years of musical career, 14 studio albums, and hundreds of shows around the world are the presentation card of one of the most groundbreaking metal bands in history. Sepultura, became a metal powerhouse back in the late 80’s and early 90’s by combining thrash, death, and some black metal elements to their musical style, …

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Mar 02

Ashmedi of Melechesh discussed the new album ENKI with The Age Of Metal

After five years between albums, Sumerian Black/Thrash metal act Melechesh comes back with a new & shiny studio album called Enki. The nine songs that composed the album are an array of different musical tendencies that together form the essence of the Melechesh sound we all know and love. Enki continues the Melechesh tradition of …

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Feb 04

Matt Barlow & Freddie Vidales of Ashes Of Ares checked in with The Age Of Metal

The valley of the sun rarely gets special shows, since we are not a music or film mecca. we do get our hands on the general tours that cover the USA from east to west along the year. But it seems with the Superbowl in town, even metal fans in Phoenix got a special treatment …

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