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Category Archives: Interviews

Nocturnal Graves Talks to Metal Insider About ‘Titan’

Posted by on April 26, 2018

  Nocturnal Graves, hailing from Australia, are set to release their newest record, Titan, in May.  Their first release in the past five years, the band brings the listener a thicker sound and a further move away from their early thrash roots.  There’s a great deal of feeling and affect in this record and the […]

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Interview: X Japan’s Yoshiki says new album is about 99% complete

Posted by on April 26, 2018

X Japan recently had their first US show in four years at Coachella. The group returned to the stage on April 14th and 21st and surprised the crowd with holograms of late members Hide (guitar) and Taiji (bass) as well as having Wes Borland (Limp Bizkit) and Richard Fortus (Guns N Roses) join them on […]

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Interview: Doc Coyle talks about the “overwhelming” success of Bad Wolves’ “Zombie” cover, debut album

Posted by on April 17, 2018

When Bad Wolves announced that they’d signed with Eleven Seven music last fall, metal fans were pretty excited. With veterans of bands including God Forbid (Doc Coyle), Divine Heresy (Tommy Vext) and DevilDrive (John Boecklin) among their ranks, it was assumed that this group of all-stars would create an album that would be heavy, but […]

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Interview: Black Satellite talk Type O Negative covers

Posted by on April 13, 2018

Tomorrow (14) will be the 8th anniversary of the passing of Type O Negative frontman Peter Steele. As big of a hole as his passing left in the landscape of heavy music, the band’s legacy continues on. New York by way of Pennsylvania duo Black Satellite are carrying on the dark, gothic legacy of the […]

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Interview: Madball’s Freddy Cricien on new album, collaborating, his influences

Posted by on April 13, 2018

Maybe it really is something in the water that makes New York pizza better and its Hardcore bands just a bit harder than other scenes. Madball have been at the forefront of this legendary scene since they burst onto it in the early 90’s. Originally conceived as an Agnostic Front side project for AF vocalist […]

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