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“ENSLAVED” INTERVIEW

By "Jay Rollins" Like their Viking forefathers of yore, Enslaved utilizes meticulously crafted instruments of metal to spread Norse culture into new terrain. Concepts rooted in early European polytheology developed over a millennium ago are adapted into contemporary extreme music and spread globally. Sincere respect for Norse heritage is exuberated through

“Voivod” Interview

By "Jay Rollins" Denis "Piggy" D'Amour (Never Forgotten R.I.P) Michel “Away” Langevin / Denis “Snake” Bélanger / Dan “Chewy” Mongrain / Dominique "Rocky" Laroche Isolation as a facilitator for inspiration has produced some exceptional art. Perhaps the Canadian wilderness was the underlying factor in Voivods distinctive sound. Each album is curated around an

“MECHANICAL GOD CREATION” INTERVIEW

By "Jay Rollins" In 2013 Artifact of Annihilation was released with all around positive acceptance. The album was partially recorded between Math Lab and Alpha Omega studio, however mixing/mastering took place at Garage Studio in Canada with Crytopsy’s own Christian Donaldson. How did you come to ask him? Was there anything

“CO-OP” INTERVIEW

By "Jay Rollins" CO-OP obviously has a close link to Alice Cooper through Dash, and you guys take Alice Cooper tracks, such as “Run Down the Devil” and “Billion Dollar Babies”, and give them a grittier CO-OP twist. Have you felt pressured in any way to come out of his shadow

“Mellowtoy” Interview for Metalheads Forever Magazine – November Issue

By "Jay Rollins" Mellowtoy started the year out with some major changes, could you shine some light on longtime vocalist Matt Massa’s departure and how Simone Cristanelli came to fill the spot? Titta Morganti: Yes, we have passed through important changes. After almost 10 years, our singer Matt decided to leave the

“DESECRATE” INTERVIEW

Classical allusions on the album Orpheus are plentiful. Considering the album name itself refers to a classical figure heavily associated with arts and music, with songs like “To the Hades and Back” and “The Grecian Urn”, perhaps also a reference to John Keats’ poem, it is hard to miss the

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