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“Steve Di Giorgio” INTERVIEW

"Steve Di Giorgio" by Dillon Collins Take me through your signing with Alpha Omega Management. What prompted the move and where do you see the signing taking you as an artist moving forward? Alex, the king there at AOM, and I have been friends for many years. We met about 10 years

“M.O.D.” INTERVIEW

 M.O.D.  by Dillon Collins Those who are familiar with Billy Milano will know that he isn’t one to shy away from controversy. He speaks his mind, take it or leave it, and if anyone is offended along the way he tends not to lose more than a wink or two of

“Mokomokai” INTERVIEW

"Mokomokai"  By Dillon Collins Rising up from Peterborough, Ontario, blistering heavy metal four-piece Mokomokai have put Canada’s metal scene on notice with their crushing debut LP Poison Whiptail, a white knuckle record that pays homage to the bygone rockers of old. Names like Dio, Judas Priest, Motorhead and Deep Purple are

“BISON” INTERVIEW

BISON by Dillon Collins Vancouver’s sludge metal titans Bison (formerly Bison B.C.) return with a savage vengeance with their searing album You Are Not The Ocean You Are The Patient. Metalheads Forever caught up with founding member James Farwell  to delve into the inner workings of a modern metal masterpiece and

“Municipal Waste” INTERVIEW

"Municipal Waste" INTERVIEW by Dillon Collins Unleashing their grimy, sludge-ridden tour de force Slime and Punishment on June 23rd, crossover thrash stalwarts Municipal Waste firmly reaffirm their position as one of the most unstoppable working metal bands today. Clocking in five years after the release of their fifth studio album, Slime

“Broken Hope” Mutilated and Assimilated CD REVIEW

"Broken Hope" Mutilated and Assimilated CD REVIEW by Dillon Collins Through triumph and tragedy, Broken Hope remain as one of the kings of mid-western U.S. death metal. After bursting onto the scene in 1988 and stamping their claim on the scene with the aggressive Swamped in Gore, the band carried on with

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