Interviews

My Dying Bride
For many years now, My Dying Bride have been one of Britain's finest musical assets. They have released great albums and they continue to offer great musical moments of art. Their latest album is another work of their usual standards. This release is an...
Orange Goblin
Apart from a band that from it's beginning until now gives us only remarkable albums, Orange Goblin is also a band that consists of four people simple, kind and respectful to their fans. A few days befor their shows in Athens (4/10), Larisa (5/10) and...
Beardfish
With an ever-increasing popularity in modern prog rock scene, Sweden’s Beardfish have just released a new album ("The Void") and are preparing once again to win new fans within a sound that seems to have become relatively popular lately. For...
Devin Townsend
With his fifteenth personal album just been released, Devin Townsend confirms once again that excessive productivity and constant mood for changes are not always reasons to lose track. Wanting to know how 'epic' and how 'loud' can a record...
Geoff Tate
Regardless of what’s going on in Queensryche’s camp, a chance to talk with someone like Geoff Tate is always more than welcome, as he will always be among the greatest singers of metal music and that’s something no one should ever forget....
Graveyard
'Vintage' is a hot word these days in rock business, as more and more bands with vintage sound emerge, trying to revive the 70’s feeling. Graveyard are among the leaders of this revival, with their album “Hisingen Blues” receiving...
Between The Buried And Me
Being more mature and ambitious than ever, Between The Buried And Me are back to conclude the story they started telling in their EP “The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues” with “The Parallax II: Future Sequence”. While they were packing...
Serpentine Path
Emerging from the ashes of the massive sludge symbols Unearthly Trance, Serpentine Path come to show the means to play relentlessly heavy and painfully slow. The self-titled debut is a fact, and despite the lack of innovation is perhaps the heaviest album of...
Testament
Testament have their own big history in the thrash scene and their new album "Dark Roots Of Earth" was the perfect chance to have a talk with the band’s frontman for almost the last 30 years, Chuck Billy. Because of his origin and the health...
The Darkness
No matter where you stand, you’ve got to admit that The Darkness is one of a kind rock band out there and their huge success is not coincidental at all. We had the chance to get their charismatic frontman Justin Hawkins answering a few questions about...

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