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“Mr. BIG” Interview

"Mr. BIG" (interview with Eric Martin) by Andrea Bermúdez Previous to his presentation next 24 of august in Montevideo, Uruguay I had the opportunity to talk with Eric Martin, the lead singer of the great band Mr. Big!! It´s a really pleasure to have you with us for Metalheads Forever Magazine from

26 YEARS LATER FINDS THE…

26 YEARS LATER FINDS THE ORIGINAL CLUTCH WITH NO NEED TO REPLACE ANY PART "BY CHERRI BIRD" Funny thing about CLUTCH, at a glance let’s say by a promo pic, I don’t see a band that has been around since 1991 (ya, you read that correct). And in just hearing the name,

“Vampire” With Primeval Force

"Vampire" With Primeval Force Cd-Review by Adam McCann Century Media Records 2017 "Vampire deliver some bite" Death metal and Sweden have a special relationship, from the chainsaw attack of Entombed to the more progressive flair of Meshuggah and Opeth, to melodic scene of Gothenburg that spawned bands such as At the Gates,

The Unity – Review

The Unity The Unity SPV/Steamhammer Records 2017   Two bands, one album   Following the collapse of German heavy metal band; Love.Might.Kill in 2015, bassist Jogi Sweers, guitarist Stefan Ellerhorst, keyboardist Sascha Onnen and vocalist Jan Manenti found themselves at a loose end. Joining forces with drummer Michael Ehré and guitarist Henjo Richter from fellow Germans; Gamma

“Sounds Like Seattle” Part Two!

"Sounds Like Seattle" by Adam McCann "Part Two: How grunge fell from grace, through dark, desperate times and found redemption" By 1994, grunge had stretched beyond its means and quickly began to implode, the bands which had made the movement successful had disbanded or were distancing themselves from the grunge moniker altogether.

“APOTHESARY” INTERVIEW

"APOTHESARY" INTERVIEW by David Maloney First I would like to thank you for taking the time to answer some questions for our online publication Metalheads Forever Magazine. How are things in the World Of Apothesary? Things are going very well, thank you! Obviously 'Accept Loss Forever' just came out last Friday so

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