Interviews: MI Metal
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Interview with Laurentian Tides and their full set from the In The Wake Of The Great Collapse album release show.
Bloodshed. Violence. Darkness. Madness. Sorcery. And that’s just the music.
The theme of the release can be summarised as a series of ideas on transhumanism stemming out of an initial inspiration from the Fritz Lang film Metropolis (1927).
Interview and live set from the incendiary Chicago hardcore band Racetraitor.
If you haven't heard it yet, The Forlorn Soldier is a masterful EP by the Indonesian one-man project Pure Wrath. Recently, I was able to catch up with Ryo, the man behind the magic, to ask him a few questions. Read on, and be sure to check out his music. ...
Hailing from Finland, long a home of controversial bands, and choosing to make attacks on the Islamic faith the subject of their music, the band Curse Upon A Prayer has long been viewed as problematic. I decided to dig in to see if they were indeed worthy of censure....
Undeniably intense, Panopticism requires determination and strength, but rewards the listener who takes up the challenge. The gauntlet has been thrown down. Will you take it up?
Shadow follows you from birth, only growing longer and more inescapable (and black) as the years pass. Optimism is for those who have lost touch with reality; the curve of time becomes the cutting scythe sooner or later!
“Because the music demanded it. The album would be really bad if I decided to go full blown old-school.”
Band - Live Suffer Die Album - A Voice From Beyond Death Country of Origin - USA/Canada Genre - DSBM Release Date - March 20, 2020 Label - Moribund Records Author - Hayduke X The album A Voice From Beyond Death is one of the most harrowing listening experiences...
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