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“MHF METAL FACT” II

"MHF METAL FACT" by Omar Cordova #10 - Before Cliff Burton Joined Metallica , He was in a band called “Easy Street” with Future Faith No More Members Jim Martin and Mike Bordin. #09 - If you noticed carefully Morbid Angel’s album titles work their way through the alphabet , Starting with

Ivan Moody Leaving 5FDP?

Ivan Moody Leaving 5FDP? Fans of Five Finger Death Punch met with some bad news. On April 21st, it was reported that Ivan Moody, vocalist of Five Finger Death Punch, would be leaving the band. Their record label, Prospect Park, sued the band last year for breach of contract due to

Sabbath Feeling The Blues

Sabbath Feeling The Blues Black Sabbath’s days as a touring band may be finished, but the band is far from done. Last week we learned that Black Sabbath were working on a Blues album that could still see the light of day at some point, and now Tony Iommi has revealed

Like Father Like Son!

Like Father Like Son Due to “unforeseen circumstances” Korn bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu will be unable to participate in the band’s upcoming tour of South America. In his place will be Tye Trujillo, the 12-year-old son of Metallica (ex-Suicidal Tendencies, ex-Ozzy) bassist Robert Trujillo. Shocked? So are we. We can only imagine

PARADISE LOST REVEAL TITLE AND DETAILS OF NEW ALBUM

PARADISE LOST REVEAL TITLE AND DETAILS OF NEW ALBUM At this moment, iconic UK metallers, PARADISE LOST, are putting the final touches to their upcoming album, recorded at Orgone Studios in the misty countryside of Woburn, England. Together with producer Jaime Gomez Arellano, they have forged the follow-up to their highly

“PESTILENCE” Interview

"PESTILENCE" Interview (Death from Netherlands) by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela Pestilence started in 1986. Initially the band was heavily influenced by American (and German) thrash metal, which can be in their 2 demos “Dysentery”, “The Penance” and in their Debut “Malleus Maleficarum”, 1988. By the time of their second album, "Consuming Impulse"

“Harlott” Interview

Harlott Completed interview by Keith Clement Greetings from MHF Magazine! A pleasure to have Australia's Thrash heroes "Harlott". How are you guys doing? A lot better after having been called ‘Thrash Heroes’! Things are good. Busy but that’s lifes I guess. Everything is falling into place and reception for what we’ve been

“David Maloney” Interview

"David Maloney" Interview by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela DAVID MALONEY, The Founder and Owner of the biggest and most popular metal music community  MHF with all it´s Sub-channels and The Official Metalheads Forever Magazine. A very special day today… Got the chance to interview my Friend, David Maloney, who years ago got tired

“Uada-Devoid of light” CD-REVIEW

"Uada-Devoid of light" CD-REVIEW by Geir Olaisen From Portland Oregon comes Uada, and the band was founded in 2014 by  Mike Beck -Bass. Trevor Matthews -Drums, James Sloan-Guitars and Jake Superchi-vocals guitars. Devoid of light is their debut album. This is great melodic black metal and this album got me hooked instantly

“Pillorian-Obsidian Arc” CD-REVIEW

"Pillorian-Obsidian Arc" CD-REVIEW by Geir Olaisen In this issue of MHF magazine i have reviewed two band from Portland When Agalloch dissband alot of fans including me where very dissapointed, but now John Haughm frontman of Agalloch back with a new band and like Agalloch this is is atmospheric black metal. Pillorian

THE DEVIL AND THE ALMIGHTY BLUES – ”II” CD-REVIEW

THE DEVIL AND THE ALMIGHTY BLUES - ”II” CD-REVIEW by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela Released March 17th 2017… This album is the second full-length by this five-piece “The Devil and the almighty blues”, from Oslo Norway, including 6 songs and total of 47 minutes. Since their self-titled debut in 2015 the band

“WARBRINGER – WOE TO THE VANQUISHED” CD-REVIEW

"WARBRINGER – WOE TO THE VANQUISHED” CD-REVIEW by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela Released March 31st 2017… This is the 5th studio album by this band from US, including 8 songs, total of 41 minutes of pure aggression as it should be when talking about thrash. The band’s first album for Napalm Records

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