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Interview: Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth reflects on twenty years of ‘Midian’

Posted by on November 3, 2020

Earlier this fall, Cradle of Filth were looking forward to their Livestream, which was initially scheduled for the day before Halloween. As 2020 has been a year when live music has more or less died, for the time being, the group’s virtual extravaganza at St. Mary’s church has been pushed to February, along with a […]

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Varg – “Bands owe their fans to release new music as scheduled and give them something to look forward to”

Posted by on November 2, 2020

    German pagan metallers Varg unleashed their strongest and darkest record to date, Zeichen, this past September via Napalm Records (order here). We caught up with the group to discuss the album and their experience releasing new music during a pandemic.    What made you want to go to a darker direction with the […]

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Interview with Devin Townsend on new “Order of Magnitude” boxset and upcoming Halloween livestream

Posted by on October 23, 2020

    The prolific Devin Townsend has released his new limited edition boxset, Order of Magnitude: Empath Live Volume 1. We caught up with the guitarist to learn more about the new release and his upcoming Halloween livestream: Devin’s Crappy Halloween Show! The frontman also shared the latest update about his new album, Lightwork.   Order of […]

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Interview: ’68’s Josh Scogin on recording new EP ‘Love Is Ain’t Dead’ during a pandemic

Posted by on October 15, 2020

  Atlanta post rock duo ‘68 surprised us last month with their new EP, Love Is Ain’t Dead (order here). We caught up with guitarist/vocalist Josh Scogin to discuss recording new music during a pandemic, quarantine life, and more.   What were some challenges you faced releasing the new EP, Love Is Ain’t Dead, during a […]

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A conversation with Sólstafir’s Addi on ‘Endless Twilight of Codependent Love’ and pandemic uncertainties

Posted by on October 14, 2020

  On November 6th, Sólstafir’s next masterpiece, Endless Twilight of Codependent Love, will finally arrive via Season of Mist (pre-order here). The record is another continuation of their Icelandic one-of-a-kind experimental distortions, which is promised to be a great contender for one of the strongest metal albums of the year. We caught up with frontman […]

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