Ola Mazzuca in conversation with the Dominincan Republic’s premier death metal band ARCAIOS
City of Steel is a terrific debut full length for Untimely Demise, and though there may be a few things they could tweak here and there to tighten up the songs, the album is still very memorable and catchy. There is absolutely nothing to dislike here, and anything that might be perceived as needing fixing, will definitely come out with a little more experience.
if there is one criticism that I could lay on Radio City Music Hall it is that it was filmed far too early on after their reformation. The difference between this band’s performance here and the way they were playing that October when they did a second North American tour was like night and day. They went from being a great band to an outstanding live act.
Chaos Of Forms is stunningly complex, completely vicious and, above all else, a hugely confident release.
Here are ten reasons not to miss the HEAVY T.O. festival at Toronto’s Downview Park this weekend
Today’s staff interview is with Hellbound photographer and contributor Albert Mansour
Our sixth staff interview is with transplanted writer Cara Cross
Along with Iced Earth, Jag Panzer remains the cream of the crop for American Power Metal. Welcome back boys, nice to have you.
It’s late February, everyone’s starting to feel the winter blahs now, so what better way to battle it than with a contest! We have put together two cool prize packages courtesy of our friends at Candlelight USA, Eagle Rock Entertainment, The Laser’s Edge, Nuclear Blast and Sonic Unyon Distribution. You can pick one of the two prize packs to win. Find out more inside
Mean Deviation is an amazing compendium of everything weird in the world of metal—a book as grand and unlikely as the music it documents.