There are just two good lines in the film ''Dee Snider's Strangeland.'' One is when Robert Englund, best known as Freddy Krueger, appears in a crowd of reporters and protesters outside a supposedly rehabilitated mass murderer's house and mutters, ''Somebody's got to take that boy out.'' The other is the
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their landmark 'Reign In Blood' album, US Thrash giants Slayer have announced a very limited release of plaques commemorating the release of the album back in 1986.
The plaques are limited to only fifty worldwide – once these have sold, no more will be pressed
Thanks for taking the time to sit and chat with us here at Metalheads Forever Magazine. Hope all is well and we appreciate you being apart of our online publication. With that being said, let's start the interview.
First of all, I've read there have been some line-up changes since 2007
Often cited in books as an originator of heavy metal, aligning themselves with satanic iconography long before it was commonplace. Jinx was sighted using the Sign of the Horns on stage since 1968 and the band can be seen on the cover of their ‘69 release, Witchcraft Destroys Minds and
I would like to take a moment to thank our fellow Senior Administrator, Graphics Design specialist and good friend of Metalheads Forever. This wonderful person is a kind hearted and gentle soul with patience and determination. He spent the better part of two Months designing our website. In which today
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Thank you for taking some time to answer some questions from us at Metalheads Forever Magazine. We are happy to have this opportunity. To start, can you give our readers a littlehistory of your involvement in the music business?
Thanks for having me.Well, not to sound arrogant and standoffish but
Winterhearth began back in 2008 when Andrew Marsh and Robbie Butler were still in high school, students living in Bonavista. The two musicians shared a huge passion for fast, extreme Heavy Metal music and wanted to show the world that Newfoundland isn’t just Folk and Irish traditional music. It took
Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with us here at Metalheads Forever Magazine. I look forward to your conversation and for your fans old and new to get to know What is Finsterforst and to get to know and understand what makes you so
Hello metalheads! As honourable as writing for MHF magazine is, I recently had the privilege to talk to the guys of India's top deathcore band, JAMMER'S fucken' GRAVEYARD, and here's all you need to know about the rising deathcore maniacs who made their way to Wacken and brought the NE
A candid chat with "Evil Conscience" guitarist Pritam Midday and his recently gone viral Necrophagist cover for "Foul body autopsy".
Nice to meet you, mr. Faster than the Flash! Welcome to MHF magazine.
Definitely not faster than Flash! There are plenty of musicians, you will definitely find who plays fast.
Haha no you
I got the opportunity to interview heavy southern metal bands lead singer and bassist Tim Scott from Methane here's how it went... 1.So tell those metalheads who haven't heard you guys yet how you met and formed the band?
Our original idea came when my brother Dylan was visiting me in
It is nice to be proven wrong sometimes. I was somewhat nervous when Escape From Shadow Island, the debut EP from Dutch Power Metal troop Shadowrise, appeared on my virtual desk. Not being a particular aficionado of the genre in which the quintet find themselves (save for the entertaining cheesiness
I met Frankie when Ravenscroft first came out and I got hooked on their album. His guitar is one of the things that stood out the most for me as a fan. We became friends on social media and I recently had the honor of chatting with him about his
Thank you for taking the time to talk to us! How has the last year been, touring for your latest release “Unholy Savior” (Jan. 2015)
It’s been great, although busy as hell. Late last year we did our first European tour as the headliner band, which was a major milestone for
Greetings from Metalheads Forever Magazine, tell us how you are doing today?
-We're doing very well.
Null1 might be new to many metalheads, would you please introduce yourselves and the band?
There's just two of us Ariel Or and Idov Shai. We basically share the load on the instrumentation, Ariel Does the vocals.
Greetings from Metalheads Forever Magazine, how are you guys doing?
We are doing fine. Just got our new album “Strafing Run“ out and we are making new songs now.
"Strafing Run" has been released just weeks before, how are you feeling about the release?
We are pretty satisfied, although we had some problems
Hello metalheads from around the world! Here I am back again, with more weekly suggestions for you guys! Enjoyed the last ones? Well here's a small request for you all. Do tell me about your preferences (genre-wise or whatever) so that I can bring you stuff of your own choice,