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Nothing Interview

Nothing Interview By San Williams The technical groove, death metal act which is 'Nothing' has never been short of promise, and their musicianship has spoken for itself, having toured with prominent heavy metal powers like, 'Five Finger Death Punch', 'Children of Bodom', and 'Amon Amarth'. The Melbourne band has never ceased to evolve,

Dreadnaught Interview

Interview With Greg Trull of "Dreadnaught" By San Williams Growing up in the isolated, nether regions of Tasmania, 'Greg Trull' refused to let circumstance get in the way of his passion. Instead, he would go on to become one of the main driving forces behind the Australian heavy metal staple 'Dreadnaught'- the

Alarum Interview

'Interview with Mark Palfreyman (of 'Alarum') By San Williams When thinking of heavy metal in the 90s, some albums that may come to mind could be the technical, thrash prowess of Death's 'Human', or the prog, jazz-fusion  archetype that was Dream Theater's 'Images and Words'. It was a time when metal bands

Circles Interview

'Interview with David Hunter (of 'Circles') By San Williams Providing as Australian supporting acts for the likes of Fear Factory and Periphery, it look as if progressive rock/metal band 'Circle' have only just come into their own since the release of their second album, 'The Last One', in February. The Melbourne-based band

Diamond Head European Tour Review

Diamond Head European Tour Manchester Factory 251 October 14, 2018 Review by Adam McCann   Set List: Borrowed Time Dead Reckoning Bones Helpless In The Heat Of The Night Set My Soul On Fire Call Me Lightning To The Nations Diamonds Shoot Out The Lights It’s Electric The Prince Am I Evil? Sucking My Love   For the last few years, there has been a significant revival within the

Raven – Wiped Out Review

Raven - Wiped Out Review By Adam McCann Atlantic Record - 1982 - NWOBHM Raven are not only criminally underrated, they are also hugely influential. The band helped push the boundaries already being laid down by Judas Priest, Motörhead and Venom with their self-proclaimed brand of athletic rock which would sow seeds of

Yes – Relayer Review

Yes - Relayer Review By Adam McCann Elektra Records/Atlantic Records - 1974 - Progressive Rock Although the initial reception to the bands previous album ‘Tales From the Topographic Oceans’ from 1973 had been warm, musically the band had reached saturation point with ‘Tales…’ being overblown, bloated and aimed almost entirely at a niche

Sons Of Apollo – World Tour Review

Sons Of Apollo World Tour - Manchester Academy 2 (Oct 10, 2018) By Adam McCann Set List: God Of The Sun Signs Of The Time Divine Addiction Just Let Me Breathe Labyrinth Billy Sheehan Bass Solo Lost In Oblivion The Prophet’s Song Save Me Alive The Pink Panther Theme Opus Maximus Derek Sherinian Keyboard Solo Lines In The Sand Ron Thal Guitar Solo And The Cradle Will Rock… Coming

Powerwolf – Sacrament Of Sin Review

Powerwolf - Sacrament Of Sin Review By Adam McCann Napalm Records/2018/Power Metal With their instantly recognisable sound, Powerwolf are one of heavy metal’s most distinctive bands. With a sound which is one-part traditional Teutonic power metal and another which is one-part pure Sabaton; Powerwolf exchange themes of tanks, war and historical themes for

Randy Cooper’s Victory Season Review and Photoshoot

Randy Cooper's Victory Season Review and Photo Shoot By Jet Pace DEAN, the Perfect “Lit" Match for “The Arsonist” Randy Cooper’s skills from Emperors and Elephants and THC to Victory Season, 2018.   Since 1988, Randy Cooper has been shredding with Dean Guitars.  His Deans are the “lit” match for his skills that set every show "on fire” from Emperors and

Anthrax ‘State of Euphoria’ – Review

Anthrax ‘State of Euphoria’ Megaforce/Island Records 1988 Thrash Metal     Anthrax had been thrust into the spotlight following the release of the seminal thrash metal albums ‘Among the Living’ and ‘Spreading the Disease’, with the New Yorkers showing that the East Coast’s take on thrash could easily keep up with the big boys from San Francisco.

‘Winds Of Time: The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1979-1985’ – Review

‘Winds Of Time: The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1979-1985’ HNE Recordings Limited/Cherry Red Records 2018 NWOBHM The New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) was an exceptionally fruitful time to be in a band. The punk and heavy metal scenes had spawned this movement and for the metal bands of this time,

Sodom ‘Agent Orange’ – Review

Sodom ‘Agent Orange’ SPV/Steamhammer Records 1989 Thrash Metal   To many heavy metal fans, Sodom have always formed part of the ‘Teutonic Big 4’ and during the mid-to-late 80’s, the German thrashers had built up a strong following on the back of ‘Persecution Mania’, an album which would see the band move away from their black

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