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Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: Testament’s Chuck Billy talks jamming with Sepultura, 30 years of ‘The Legacy’

Posted by on March 22, 2017

For over 30 years Testament have waved the flag for hard hitting thrash metal, and since their debut full length The Legacy,” Chuck Billy has fronted the band. Large in stature, he looks like somebody that might check your ID at a biker bar, yet his smile lets you know he’s also a gentle giant. […]

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Interview: Power Trip’s Riley Gale on new album, why anti-Trump protest music is “f**king stupid”

Posted by on March 21, 2017

Dallas’ Power Trip released their sophomore album, Nightmare Logic, last month, and not only is it miles ahead of their impressive debut, Manifest Decimation, but it also improved on it’s debut sales-wise. When the band’s headlining tour rolled into New York at the beginning of the month for a sold-out show at New York’s Marlin Room at Webster […]

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Interview: Royal Thunder talk ‘Wick,’ stigma of being called a metal band, The Cult

Posted by on March 15, 2017

  While Royal Thunder has been a band for over a decade, they’re just starting to get past cult status. Following two albums on Relapse, who also reissued their 2007 EP back in 2010, the band find themselves with a new album (Wick, out April 7th) and a new label (Spinefarm Records). After playing a […]

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Interview: Emmure’s Frankie Palmeri talks new lineup, Limp Bizkit, dating porn stars

Posted by on March 13, 2017

Emmure have been bringing the mosh for the better part of the last 10 years. Their singer Frankie Palmeri has been in the metal news headlines for a slew of reasons over the course of that time, but in addition to being polarizing with his comments and activities he has also been productive, releasing 7 […]

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Interview: Signum Regis talk Slovakian metal scene, power metal

Posted by on February 27, 2017

Looking for a new guilty power metal pleasure? Check out Slovakia’s Signum Regis. The band, active since 2007, and producing five full-length studio albums and one E.P., has recently released Decennium Primum, a sensory assault of near Dragonforce-like musicianship and Stratovarius-soaked grand melodic posturing. This new album is perhaps the most accurate snapshot of what the […]

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