Interviews

Persevering: An Interview with Hatebreed

Though hardcore has always had an aggressive edge akin to its cousin heavy metal, the crossover between genres hasn’t always existed. The classic 1998...

Hearts Are Falling – An Interview With Katatonia’s Jonas Renkse

Katatonia's music is dark. Placing a lot of emphasis in the ambience created by their music, these Swedes have always put darkness as their main objective. With lyrics dealing with...

A Twisted Mind: An Interview with Tobias Sammet of Avantasia and Edguy

I was really excited to finally meet with Tobias Sammet. I had tried (a lot ) to get an interview with him several times before, but the label...

Deviant Hearts: An Interview with Charlotte Wessels of Delain and Phantasma

You'd think that the people behind Serenity and Delain would have their hands full by now. With both bands touring relentlessly and releasing a constant stream of albums, you'd think...

In the Shadows: An Interview with Apocalyptica’s Paavo Lötjönen

People can be very possessive about the art they enjoy. From the girls screaming maniacally outside of a One Direction concert to the fans arguing...

The Force Awakens: An Interview With Richie Faulkner of Judas Priest

Judas Priest are the only ones who get the coveted title of Metal Gods. No matter who you ask, and regardless of whether or not...

Dreaded Past: An Interview with Tomi Joutsen of Amorphis

Amorphis are an amazing band. This isn't really up for debate. They write terrific songs, they have amazing lyrics (particularly if you're interested in Finnish mythology and...

Das Ist Berlin – An Interview with Kadavar

Despite starting in 2010, Kadavar seem to crave for older times. Exhibiting the kinds of skills that were popular in the late 60's with psychedelic and stoner...

Pants are Optional: An Interview with Karl Sanders from Nile

Karl Sanders is a genuinely awesome guy. I met him for the first time a few years ago at the Bloodstock Festival, and interviewing him was...

Staying Crazy – An Interview with Markus of Helloween

Being called genre-defining is just par of the course for Helloween. Since the release of their debut Walls of Jericho back in 1985, they have been consistently shaping speed and power...

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