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“Orden Ogan” CD REVIEW

Orden Ogan: Gunmen, AFM Records 2017 Despite forming Orden Ogan as far back as 1996, it wasn’t until 2008 that Orden Ogan found their stride, releasing their debut album ‘Vale’. Following this rather late bloom, Orden Ogan have kept to a relatively reliable schedule, give or take a few years either side with the

“CRIMFALL” INTERVIEW

CRIMFALL I’ve listened to your 1st 2 albums. Amazing!! My wife is a new fan by the way. I am anxiously awaiting Amain, your 3rd release on August 25th.  From what I’ve read, we can expect a very elaborate sophisticated outing. What do you want everyone to know about the new

“Projected” INTERVIEW

"Projected" INTERVIEW We had the privilege to Interview the supergroup "Projected", most of us would be wondering who Projected really are. Projected are a four piece band with members of SevenDust John Connolly and Vinnie Hornsby, Alter Bridge and Creed drummer Scott Philips and former Submersed and current Tremonti Guitarist Eric

SHRAPNEL

SHRAPNEL Thank you for taking time to speak with MHF. How is the Shrapnel world these days? Hey, No problem. It's going good. Excited to get a new record out this month and support it with some shows. Kudos for helping to shape the music scene in Norwich. Since you’re somewhat established, how

“Municipal Waste” CD REVIEW

Municipal Waste: Slime and Punishment, Nuclear Blast Records 2017 It has been an exceptionally busy few years for Tony Foresta and Phil ‘Landphil’ Hall, not only did they start writing material for the new Municipal Waste album following 2012’s ‘The Fatal Feast’, but 2012 also marked the birth of Foresta and Landphil’s side project,

“Cheap Trick” CD REVIEW

Cheap Trick We’re All Alright! Big Machine Records 2017 After 40 years, Cheap Trick are a band that do not need an introduction, their accolades are listed as hit songs in the shape of; ‘I Want You to Want Me’, ‘Surrender’, ‘Dream Police’ and ‘The Flame’ with many more songs also on the radar

A Megalith of a Release by Adam McCann

Edguy Monuments Nuclear Blast Records 2017 25 years ago, who would have thought that a bunch of German teenagers would set out to make their mark on the heavy metal world? Led by the enigmatic ball of kinetic energy Tobias Sammet, a fresh faced, happy go-lucky group of 15 year olds obsessed with the

New Morbid Angel album announced.

Morbid Angel have announced the details for their brand new studio album, "Kingdoms Disdained", out on December 1st. 6 years on from their previous album, Kingdoms Disdained finds legendary guitarist and founder Trey Azagthoth reigniting his creative alchemy with vocalist/bassist Steve Tucker to create a crushingly heavy and highly apocalyptic soundtrack for these

“THE COMBINE” Void and Vessel CD-Review

"THE COMBINE" Void and Vessel CD-Review by Dillon Collins Newfoundland’s prog-metal titans The Combine cast an imposing shadow with their statement sophomore album, Void and Vessel There’s a patronage to the genre of metal – forefathers we look to for guidance in all things – the sacred deities that we turn to

“SPIN GODDESS” REVIEW

"SPIN GODDESS" by Michael Aronovitz Female Rock-Jockeys Writing the History of Metal as it Happens Midnight Furie and The Pleasure Principal It comes down to the question of why we listen to music in the first place, and the baseboards, bare bones, grass roots, and primary semiotics tell us that it finally

“Amerakin Overdose” Marking the Decade Cd-Review

"Amerakin Overdose" Marking the Decade by Michael Aronovitz When I say “Marking the Decade,” I mean “defining it,” but Amerakin Overdose seems to have little interest in broad generalizations that would create pockets and safe-havens other projects might use to cement their own brands. Amerakin Overdose made a distinct mold and

TrueMetal.it interview with “Brian Slagel” (Metal Blade) By Tarja Virmakari Of Metal Shock Finland.

TrueMetal.it interview with "Brian Slagel" (Metal Blade) TOPICS OF INTEREST: (0:20) Now that the book is written, what are your feelings? (1:14) When was the moment you decided to write it with Mark Eglinton? (1:55) The name of the book: “For The Sake of Heaviness” is the song of Armored Saint… (2:29) Lars Ulrich wrote in his foreword: “When

“OVERKILL” INTERVIEW

"OVERKILL" INTERVIEW By Dillon Collins For metal fans, particularly those who bleed thrash, Overkill are a band that require no introduction. The New Jersey based practitioners of shred, the apostles of headbanging, Overkill have earned a reputation of consistency with a blood-sweat-and-tears mantra that have endeared them to fans for nearly

“ENSIFERUM” INTERVIEW

"ENSIFERUM" INTERVIEW by Keith Clements We had this amazing opportunity to speak to Sami Hinkka the bassist and Vocalist for Ensiferum, No Introduction required for them, they are an amazing Folk metal band from Helsinki, Finland and keeping metalheads happy over the years, let’s hear from the man himself. Greetings from MHF

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