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“Obituary” – Obituary Cd-Review

"Obituary" - Obituary Cd-Review by Geir Olaisen Obituary is one of the real pioneers of Death Metal, they started as early as in 1985 under the name Xecutioner. In 1989 they came out with their first album Slowly we rot, a real death metal classic and the year after they gave

“Striker” 2017 – CD REVIEW

"Striker" 2017 - CD REVIEW by Adam McCann Record: Breaking Records 2017 One of the best things to happen to Heavy Metal in the last 10 years is the rise of bands playing a more Traditional Heavy Metal sound. These bands have taken their inspiration from the likes of Judas Priest, Iron

“KATATONIA” Interview

"KATATONIA" Interview by Christina Thompson Katatonia has been together for a quarter of a century, now. In the beginning, your sound was more Death Metal, but you have steadily moved to a more Progressive Rock sound while still keeping the metal undercurrent in your music. Was there any backlash from fans

“Testament” Interview

"Testament" Interview by Keith Clement We had the pleasure and honor to Interview the legendary Icon of Thrash Metal band “Testament” the one and Only “Chuck Billy”, he honored us by talking over the phone with me even through the busy day with multiple Interviews on that day. Let’s hear what

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

“Helloween” Keeper of the Seven Keys Cd-Review

"Helloween" Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 Album Review By Jason Hartsock Helloween’s, “Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1” will be turning 30 years old this year. The album was released May 23rd, 1987 through Noise Records. Let’s take a look back on the release of Keeper of the

“Static-X Machine” CD-Review

"Static-X Machine" CD- Review By Jason Hartsock Everyone loves Static-X right? From Wisconsin Death Trip to Cult of Static, there is one that stands out in particular especially for this month. Their album, “Machine”, was released on May 22, 2001 which makes it 16 years old this year. The album was

Arcadea (Mastodon, Zruda, With Ered) CD-REVIEWS

ARCADEA (MASTODON, ZRUDA, WITHERED) SIGN WITH RELAPSE RECORDS; NEW ALBUM OUT JUNE 16TH April 19, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA - Hailing from the fringes of the cosmos, Arcadea, will make their arrival known in 2017 with a debut, self-titled album due out on June 16th. Today, the synth/psych band has

“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"

MOTOGRATER (EMP) Interview

MOTOGRATER (EMP) Interview by JAY ROLLINS Motograter, named after their highly technical signature instrument, is about to release their 2nd full length album Desolation. Legions had been waiting since 1995 for the self-titled debut in 2003 and now, 13 years later, even more people are anticipating the new work due out

“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

“Beasto Blanko” Interview

"Beasto Blanko" Interview by Thisha Lindley First of all, thank you so much for finding the time to answer a few questions for us here at Metalheads Forever Magazine. How is everyone? Everyone is killer!! Having come together in 2012, in a short time you have already released two full length albums, Live

“Hate” Interview

"Hate" Interview by Shibalika Tamuli Welcome to mhf, it's an honor to have you with us. How have you been? Hello! Glad to talk to you. I have been fine, thanks. How did you get into extreme metal? Since I started listening to metal I was always attracted to more extreme forms of it.

“HalcyonWay” Interview

"HalcyonWay" Interview by David Maloney Hello and thanks for taking the time to speak with us, how are things? Hope all is well. You guys have worked and toured with some of the best in the business. From the grassroots of writing, producers, labels right on through to peers you have

“INTRINSIC” Interview

"INTRINSIC" Interview by Trisha Lindley It’s no secret all the difficulties that Intrinsic has been through over the years with everything from member changes to a dissolution in 1997. What circumstances came about to bring everyone back together? Certainly, the reunion shows in 2005 and 2007 got the ball rolling. We stayed

“VATICAN” Interview

"VATICAN" Interview by Shibalika Tamuli Welcome and greetings from MHF magazine! How have you been? Great, couldn't be better. Tell us about the band, Vatican and how it all started? The band started in or around 1986. With members consisting of Vince Vatican ( Guitar ), Vic Gribouski ( Drums ), Marc St. Stevens

“Evocation” Interview

"Evocation" Interview by David Maloney First off I would like to thank you for joining us here to answer some questions for our Publication Metalheads Forever Magazine. How are things at the moment? Hope all is well. Can you tell our readers about the band please? Thank you, everything is really great.

“Aeternam – Ruins of Empires” – 2017 CD REVIEW

"Aeternam - Ruins of Empires" - 2017 CD REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Aeternam is a melodic death/symphonic metal band from Quebec, Canada. The band is known for its Middle Eastern influences and so far they have released 2 successful releases. Ruins of Empires is their third album, it’s a great follow

“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

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