MHF – Page 25 – Metalheads Forever Magazine

Interview With John Jarvis of Scour & Pig Destroyer

Scour/Pig Destroyer’s John Jarvis talks with Jay Rollins about new music from both projects and working with Philip H. Anselmo. (Follow: https://www.facebook.com/jayrollinsMHF/) Isn’t it nice when family gets together to create an ear-splitting assault on the auditory system? This month’s assignment brought me into a scene I didn’t know was so

Revocation Interview

IF YOU COULD WITH REVOCATION By Chelf This month has been a ‘chaos of forms’. We are always busy at MHF but when you get an interview with REVOCATION, you drop everything and get to it. Dave Davidson (not David, his PR will correct you politely) answered our most bizarre  ‘If You Could” questions and it sounds

Omnium Gatherum Interview

Omnium Gatherum Interview by Gothik Divaa In this issue of “Metalheads Forever” magazine we are accompanied by the Finnish metal band “Omnium Gatherum”. They are going to talk about their career and the projects for  this 2018. Answers by Jukka/vocalist Hello guys … How are you today? Greetings from Mexico City!   HEY! We are super

Bad Moon Born Interview

Bad Moon Born Interview by Santtu "Rebel" Kaskela New wave of hard rock straight from Australia. Formed in 2015, debut EP “Chemical Lullabies” already has received some very good reviews, waken people up both nationally and internationally… The time has come to find out what the hell is going on. Let’s go…

Cast The Stone Interview

Cast The Stone Interview by Jay Rollins Cast the Stone is a case of things coming full circle. Comprised of members from: Misery Index, Scour (both present and former), ex-Cattle Decapitation, and Legend. Forming in 2002 then after a single album, Dark Winds Descending (2005), Cast the Stone got lost in the

Interview With Alase

Interview With Alase By David Maloney Your material is highly melodic and with the lyrics in Finnish, it provides a unique emotional feel when it comes to tracks like Vielä. Being from Finland, a land that is no stranger to melodic metal, has it contributed to the sound you have establish

5 Questions With Lectern

5 Questions With Lectern Deheadment For Betrayal Review By Chelf DEHEADMENT FOR BETRAYAL …is probably the best album title they could come up with. Rules to live by, we stand by our chosen ones and disloyalty deserves deheadment if you ask me. But let’s get to the music. Lectern rose from the mosh pit of the

Bloodbound – Tabula Rasa albumreview

Bloodbound ‘Tabula Rasa’ Blistering Records 2009 Power Metal   When Bloodbound released their third album ‘Tabula Rasa’, it was their announcement to the heavy metal community that the band were now on the world stage and even though the band have been plagued by numerous line-up changes; a fact that would not be solved with this

Alice In Chains – Black Gives Way to Blue albumreview

Alice In Chains ‘Black Gives Way to Blue’ Parlophone Records 2009 Alternative/Grunge   To come back as a band and reform is one thing, but to come back as a band and replace a late iconic frontman such as Layne Staley is another matter entirely. When Alice in Chains announced that they would be reforming with

Album review Queensrÿche – The Warning

Queensrÿche ‘The Warning’ EMI/Capitol Records 1984 Progressive Metal   Back in 1984, a young, small and hungry band from Seattle was infusing heavy metal with progressive rock influences. Within the year, this band would be joining the ranks of Fate’s Warning and Savatage in this budding genre. That band would be Queensrÿche, a band that

Grave Digger – Heavy Metal Breakdown albumreview

Grave Digger ‘Heavy Metal Breakdown’ Noise Records 1984 Heavy Metal   Following on from the example laid down by Motörhead, Saxon and above all, Accept, Germany’s Grave Digger helped to carry the torch of fast and loud heavy metal with their 1984 debut ‘Heavy Metal Breakdown’. As an album and indeed a band, Grave Digger have been

Lords of Black – Icons of the New Days albumreview

Lords of Black ‘Icons of the New Days’ Frontiers Records 2018 Power Metal As a band, Lords of Black had been generally overlooked until their virtuosic vocalist Ronnie Romero was plucked from relative obscurity to front Ritchie Blackmore’s latest incarnation of Rainbow. This would ultimately become a large boon to the popularity of the Spanish

Praying Mantis – GRAVITY

Praying Mantis ‘G.R.A.V.I.T.Y.’ Frontiers Records 2018 Hard Rock/AOR/Melodic Hard Rock     Praying Mantis have always managed to deftly tread the line between melodic hard rock and hard rock, achieving fame by attaching themselves to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal movement in the late 1970’s and early 80’s. Due to this, the band soon found

Kobra and the Lotus – Prevail II albumreview

Kobra and the Lotus ‘Prevail II’ Napalm Records 2018 Heavy Metal   Back in 2016, Kobra and the Lotus (KATL) announced that their next release would not just be a single album, but two separate albums; ‘Prevail I’ being released in 2017 with its counterpart being released a year later in 2018. With this knowledge in

Album review of Dream Theater – Black Clouds and Silver Linings

Dream Theater ‘Black Clouds and Silver Linings’ Roadrunner Records 2009 Progressive Metal   Following the lacklustre run ‘Systematic Chaos’ and ‘Octavarium’, Dream Theater hit back and once more found their stride with 2009’s ‘Black Clouds and Silver Linings’, debatably their best album since ‘Train of Thought’ was released in 2003. With ‘Black Clouds…’ Dream

Album review New Model Army – No Rest For The Wicked

New Model Army ‘No Rest For The Wicked’ EMI Records 1985 Post-Punk   The advent of punk had been a real shake up to the musical system. It’s evolution into new wave and eventually post-punk meant that bands could fully experiment with different musical genres without falling completely out of the umbrella that made

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