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Final Void ”Sounds of Absence” – Review

"Final Void" Sounds of Absence by Adam McCann "Independent 2017" Into the Final Void Finland. Finland is the Nordic countries melancholic sibling and over the past 30 years, Finland has spawned some of the heaviest metal to date. It is a country that is proud of their heritage and their music is steeped

“RUSSKAJA” INTERVIEW

"RUSSKAJA" INTERVIEW by David Maloney First off I would like to welcome you to Metalheads Forever Magazine. How are you? How are things in the World Russkaja? Can you tell us a little about the band and it’s members and their roles within the band? Engel: Privet - Hello! Things are great,

“DECAPITATED” ANTICULT CD-Review

"DECAPITATED" ANTICULT CD-Review by Maria Fernanda Ostolaza It is said that when we innovate our knowledge increases. I think that when we live and see or listen to new things our senses and mental abilities are amplified even improved in many ways. I wanted to listen to something new, fresh, exciting.

The Unity – Review

The Unity The Unity SPV/Steamhammer Records 2017   Two bands, one album   Following the collapse of German heavy metal band; Love.Might.Kill in 2015, bassist Jogi Sweers, guitarist Stefan Ellerhorst, keyboardist Sascha Onnen and vocalist Jan Manenti found themselves at a loose end. Joining forces with drummer Michael Ehré and guitarist Henjo Richter from fellow Germans; Gamma

“Overkill” The Grinding Wheel CD Review

"Overkill" The Grinding Wheel CD Review by Geir Olaisen These guys from New Jersey is one real veterans bands and one of the oldest Thrash metal bands still around. The Grinding Wheel is their 18th studioalbum, released on February 10, 2017. Overkill have been very consisted and have stayed to the same

“OBITUARY” SELF TITLED CD REVIEW

"OBITUARY" SELF TITLED CD REVIEW The self titled Obituary album surprised me more than I had thought it would have. I anticipated the album and got it the day it was released on March 17 which was St. Patrick's day (which is kinda special because my name is Patrick) the first

“Sounds Like Seattle” Part Two!

"Sounds Like Seattle" by Adam McCann "Part Two: How grunge fell from grace, through dark, desperate times and found redemption" By 1994, grunge had stretched beyond its means and quickly began to implode, the bands which had made the movement successful had disbanded or were distancing themselves from the grunge moniker altogether.

“APOTHESARY” INTERVIEW

"APOTHESARY" INTERVIEW by David Maloney First I would like to thank you for taking the time to answer some questions for our online publication Metalheads Forever Magazine. How are things in the World Of Apothesary? Things are going very well, thank you! Obviously 'Accept Loss Forever' just came out last Friday so

“Execration” INTERVIEW

"Execration" INTERVIEW by Shibalika Tamuli Can you tell our readers what bands or music have influenced your unique sound and style? Did you have a set sound in mind or was it a natural evolution of combined sounds to create your own? Our sound at this point is a concoction of a

“KOBRA AND THE LOTUS” INTERVIEW

"KOBRA AND THE LOTUS" INTERVIEW by Shibalika Tamuli Kobra and the Lotus was formed by Calgary, Alberta vocalist and songwriter Kobra Paige in 2009. In 2010, the group released its debut album Out of the Pit, which caught the eye of Kiss bassist Gene Simmons who signed the band to his

“Richie Kotzen” INTERVIEW

"Richie Kotzen" INTERVIEW by Andrea Bermúdez My name is Andrea Bermúdez and this is an interview for Metalheads Forever Magazine from Canada and Cooltivarte.com from Montevideo, Uruguay. The virtuous guitarist Richie Kotzen previous his presentation in Montevideo, Uruguay during his Latin American tour, by the hand of IDL Entertainment, had the

MHF METAL FACTS #5

MHF METAL FACTS #5 by Omar Cordova #10 - The title track of the album ‘Countdown To Extinction’ by Megadeth was giving a award in 1993 for raising awareness about animal rights. #9 - The hand on the cover of the classic Album ‘Fire in the brain’ by Finnish heavy metal band

“DYING FETUS” INTERVIEW

"DYING FETUS" by Fdez Ferdinand & David Maloney Dying Fetus was formed in 1991, in Maryland. The band is considered as one of the most infamous and influential death metal bands of the past 10 years and any band that cites death metal mentions Dying Fetus as one of their primary

“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

“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

“Vampire” With Primeval Force – CD Review

"Vampire" With Primeval Force - CD Review (Century Media 2017) by Adam McCann Death metal and Sweden have a special relationship, from the chainsaw attack of Entombed to the more progressive flair of Meshuggah and Opeth, to melodic scene of Gothenburg that spawned bands such as At the Gates, Dark Tranquillity

“Deep Purple” InFinite- CD Review

"Deep Purple" InFinite- CD Review (earMusic Records 2017) by Adam McCann Let’s face it, Deep Purple are a bit like going back to an ex-partner. After a while of not thinking about it, something reminds you of a different time, you get that warm glow of nostalgia and familiarity before remembering

Twelve Noon – Review

Twelve Noon By Michael Aronovitz The Faces We See In Our Shattered Reflections I have constructed what is now an ongoing proposal that Eclipse Records is not just a “Deathcore” label, or even one that merely produces and distributes “New Metal.” That would be the definition of a conduit, and Eclipse is

“We Start Wars”

"We Start Wars" Power and Heart By Michael Aronovitz We Start Wars, the all-female metal band featuring Nita Strauss (Alice Cooper, LA Kiss, Femme Fatale, and The Iron Maidens), just had their debut gig on May 25th at The Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, and congratulations are in order.

“Astral Doors” Black Eyed Children- CD Review

"Astral Doors" Black Eyed Children- CD Review (Metalville Records 2017) by Adam McCann Astral Doors deserve a little bit more credit than they actually get. Formed in Sweden in 2002, Astral Doors play a blend of heavy metal with power metal leanings, but also have a sound that is laden in

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