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Jay Rollins talks with Kyle Thomas about Exhorder’s Resurrection, ABBA, and Heavy as Texas.

Jay Rollins talks with Kyle Thomas about Exhorder’s Resurrection, ABBA, and Heavy as Texas. (Follow: https://www.facebook.com/jayrollinsMHF/) Around 15 years old, a time when Dimebag’s every riff fed my soul, it was devastating to learn that Dime and the boys were not the instigators of groove metal. None of the 10+ record shops in

Fireproven Interview

Fireproven Interview By Keith Clement (Editor-In-Chief)   Greetings from Metalheads Forever Magazine, I’m Keith the Editor In Chief, How you guys doing? We are doing great! It’s summer so we’re swimming and arranging our new material for the next album. Finland is full of Surprises for the World, When it comes to tourism, Landscapes, Culture

Animae Silentes Interview

Animae Silentes Interview By Keith Clement (Editor-In-Chief) Greetings from Metalheads Forever Magazine, How are you doing today? Doing great, thank you! Can you tell us how the band was formed? The band was formed in 2015 after Alessandro and Tomas met for the first time. They wanted to play something together so they started to talk

Amon Amarth – ‘Berserker’ Album Review

Amon Amarth - ‘Berserker’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Melodic Death Metal Amon Amarth have always delivered strong melodic death metal albums, with many of these holding special places in the hearts of their fans. In 2016, the band released the seminal ‘Jomsviking’, an album which would bring them mainstream attention;

Arch/Matheos – ‘Winter Ethereal’ Album Review

Arch/Matheos - ‘Winter Ethereal’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Progressive Metal When it was announced that John Arch and Jim Matheos were once again working together to follow up their superb 2011 album ‘Sympathetic Resonance’, the world of progressive metal was buzzing with excitement. But, when Arch and Matheos announced that

Usurper – ‘Lords Of The Permafrost’ Album Review

Usurper - ‘Lords Of The Permafrost’ Album Review By Adam McCann Soulseller Records/Black-Thrash Metal Usurper have always played their way, taking classic thrash metal and forcing it violently upon first wave black metal to make a sound that is truly empowering. Trailblazing across the United States with powerful albums such as ‘Diabolosis…’ and

Tatius Wolff ‘The Relapse’ Album Review

Tatius Wolff ‘The Relapse’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Alternative Metal Tatius Wolff is the project and brainchild of former Oblique Visions guitarist Stephen Borg. Following his departure from Oblique Visions, Borg stepped away from music for seventeen years before getting back in the saddle releasing the single ‘Thumbscrews’ in 2017. This

After The Burial – ‘Evergreen’ Album Review

After The Burial - ‘Evergreen’ Album Review By Adam McCann Sumerian Records/Progressive Metalcore/Deathcore There isn’t a need to search far before finding prefixes such as technical, progressive, blackened or melodic attached to numerous subgenres. Therefore, it isn’t long before looking at After The Burial (ATB) and finding the word progressive attached to either

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