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Author Archives: Jeff Podoshen

Interview: 1349’s Ravn on new album ‘The Infernal Pathway’

Posted by on September 20, 2019

Norwegian black metal stalwarts 1349 are releasing The Infernal Pathway on Season of Mist records very soon and they are also embarking on a tour of North America.  We took a few minutes to catch up with vocalist Ravn to talk about this new record.   One of the songs that really stands out on […]

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Editorial: Now that the Misfits reunion shows are ending it’s time to bring Michale Graves back

Posted by on September 20, 2019

Sadly, it’s been reported that the Misfits (classic Jerry/Danzig lineup), will perform their final show at New York’s Madison Square Garden on October 19, 2019. While many have speculated as the reasons why this show will be their last (slow ticket sales, ticket prices too high, contractual agreements, etc.) given the drama upon drama that […]

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Interview with engineering master Jarrett Pritchard on new 1349 record

Posted by on September 12, 2019

Jarrett Pritchard is a name that we keep hearing more and more in the world of extreme metal. Pritchard made his mark in the Tampa death metal scene in the early 90’s with Eulogy. More recently he became a member of Wolvhammer and he started a new band called Pulchra Morte. But Pritchard has become […]

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Top Five best King Diamond/Mercyful Fate promo videos

Posted by on September 12, 2019

With the announcement of the upcoming Mercyful Fate reunion shows in 2020 and the forthcoming King Diamond release, The Institute, we thought now would be a good time to count down our Top 5 favorite promotional videos featuring King Diamond in either his own band or with Mercyful Fate. 01) “The Family Ghost” Ah, the 1980’s.  […]

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Interview: Necronomicon’s Rob “The Witch” on new record ‘Unus’

Posted by on September 12, 2019

Canadian extreme metal veterans Necronomicon are soon releasing a follow-up to 2016’s  Advent of the Human God with Unus, which will be released on October 18th via Season of Mist. This new one is definitely worth checking out. We spoke with Rob The Witch about the new record. The new record is entitled Unus, which in latin […]

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Bask brought their psychedelic Americana to Philly

Posted by on September 9, 2019

We went to check out Bask at Philadelphia’s Kung Fu Necktie this past August 29. I had never seen these southern gentlemen before so I was interested in checking them out. Definitely worth my time. Bask is one of those bands who are difficult to label. And that’s part of their charm, to be honest. […]

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Urn’s ‘Iron Will of Power’ is powerfully solid blackened death

Posted by on September 4, 2019

If you read these pages regularly you know I love me some blackened death metal. I can’t seem to get enough of bands like Destroyer 666 and all those wonderful bands from Northern Europe playing some raw, aggressive, yet polished metal. Finland’s Urn is one of those bands and these long-standing vets have a new […]

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Vitriol’s Debut LP ‘To Bathe From The Throat Of Cowardice’ will make you standup and take notice

Posted by on September 4, 2019

Portland death metal trio Vitriol are a relative newcomer to the extreme metal scene. Formed in 2011 and consisting of Kyle Rasmussen on vocals and guitar, Adam Roethlisberger on bass and vocals and Scott Walker on drums, Vitriol is set to poised to make their mark with their debut LP To Bathe From The Throat Of […]

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Entombed A.D.’s ‘Bowels of Earth’ brings back classic Entombed sound

Posted by on September 3, 2019

Are you a fan of Left Hand Path?  You are?  Good. Because I’ve got some great news! You’re going to love Bowels of Earth by Entombed A.D. Let’s get right to it, yeah there’s only one member from the “classic” Entombed lineup, LG Petrov, but this lineup with LG, Nico Elgstrand, Guilherme Miranda and Olle […]

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