Cannibal Corpse Interview

"Those who hate Metal and want it to go away can, basically, fuck off… it ain’t going nowhere!"

Interview with Martin van Drunen (Asphyx, Hail Of Bullets)

"It's a very special album for us, not because we think it's very good, but because of all these small little coincidences that are there. "

Blaze Bayley Interview

"They said “Bruce is coming back and you’re going”. It absolutely killed me."

Interview with Mark “Barney” Greenway (Napalm Death)

Rising up from their English roots from the 1980s, we have watched as Napalm Death brought forth a message of perseverance and victory over...

Mike O’Hara – Interview

The world of heavy metal has begun to see a new generation of metalhead beginning to show their faces and talents.  I believe at...

Pagan’s Mind Amsterdam Interview

Since the release of their debut album, Infinity Divine, in 2000, Pagan's Mind has achieved more popularity with every new record, culminating in this...

Exclusive Warbringer Interview

As Warbringer prepared to open the show for Arch Enemy, we sat down with John Kevill, the lead singer of the band, to talk...

Skálmöld Interview (video)

Skálmöld is, to say the least, a newcomer in the metal scene. Their first (and so far only) album, Baldur, was released in their...

Maiden UniteD Wacken Interview

If you haven't heard about Maiden UniteD, I guess I can't blame you. Although it's a made up entirely of top-notch musicians, and covering...

Helloween Wacken 2011 Interview

Few bands can claim to be trend-setters or creators of a style. Helloween can. Considered by many as one of the founders of the Power...


Grief and Black Metal in 2013’s Málmhaus

"Màlmhaus is probably one of the best films about heavy metal and its culture, showing how music can help people find their own place in life."

The BLM Boycott of Marduk

If you haven't watched our video on this topic, please do so. You can find all the references and sources for that video in...

Satan, Twerking, and The Fight for the Soul of America

Lil Nas X' latest song is the new theater in the pointless Culture Wars for the so-called "soul of America". And while it is fun to mock those fundamentalists who rally against its supposed "Satanism", we should also remember that their offense is real, and that they are acting in accordance to their beliefs. The issue is that we shouldn't care.