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A conversation with Barney Greenway on Napalm Death’s new mini-album ‘Resentment is Always Seismic – A Final Throw of Throes’

Posted by on March 25, 2022

  Napalm Death’s new mini album, Resentment is Always Seismic – A Final Throw of Throes, arrived on February 11th via Century Media Records. We caught up with frontman Barney Greenway to discuss the mini-record, touring during covid, veganism, and more.    What sparked the idea to create a mini album over an EP for […]

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Interview: Voivod’s Michel “Away” Langevin talks ‘Synchro Anarchy;’ looks back on challenging recordings

Posted by on March 24, 2022

    Canada’s science fiction metal legends Voivod’s latest offering Synchro Anarchy, arrived on February 11th via Century Media Records. We caught up with drummer Michel “Away” Langevin to discuss the new album, looking back on challenging recordings, and more.    How would you compare Synchro Anarchy to 2018’s The Wake? Well, I guess it’s […]

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Interview: Lords of The Trident on new album ‘The Offering’

Posted by on March 24, 2022

  Wisconsin-based heavy metal act Lords Of The Trident are gearing up for their new fifth full-length album, The Offering, out April 1st. We caught up with the group to discuss their upcoming independently released effort.    What was the process like recording the new album The Offering? This album was our first time working […]

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Interview: Konvent on sophomore album ‘Call Down The Sun’

Posted by on March 24, 2022

  Danish death/doom metal outfit Konvent have recently unleashed their sophomore full length effort, Call Down The Sun, on March 11th via Napalm Records. We caught up with the group to discuss their latest offering.    What was the process like recording the new album Call Down The Sun? After recording Puritan Masochism, which was […]

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Interview: ARÐ mastermind Mark Deeks on debut album ‘Take Up My Bones’

Posted by on March 23, 2022

  Northumbrian doom project ARÐ have released their debut album, Take Up My Bones on February 18th via Prophecy Productions. The name of the band is taken from an Old English word meaning “native land,” in the dialect of the Anglian Kingdom of Northumbria. The record revolves around the relics of the Northumbrian saint Cuthbert […]

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