Interviews

A Deadly Personality: An Interview with Dez Fafara of Devildriver and Coal Chamber

It doesn't happen often that an interview surprises me. When you interview musicians, especially when they're doing the rounds promoting something, there aren't a lot of surprises to...

Katatonia (Jonas Renkse) Interview

"I guess people adapted to what we were doing and got an idea of how we were thinking at the time. So I think a lot of people came back to Katatonia."

Behemoth (Nergal) Interview

"I am happy to be alive and I am happy to be on the road again, kicking ass, and I can’t wait to get on the stage tonight, tomorrow, and the next night to meet all these people and face the Behemoth legion"

Eluveitie interview

"Every album and every show has been just one little step."

Barrett Amiss II (Sevared Records) Interview

Ever since death metal was first created in the 1980s it has been a sound that has been met with visceral backlash from a...

Bible of the Devil [Nathan Perry] Interview

"I don’t think we’ve ever fit into a scene and I don’t think a scene has ever passed us by on this. We’ve just kind of been existing in this world for a while and people are aware of what we’re doing here and you like it or have no interest in it."

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...

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 Love Letter to Planet Earth: An Interview with Floor Jansen & Tuomas Holopainen

"There are no certain facts in art, like there are in science. That's the beautify of it."

Solving An Enigma: An Interview with Simone Simons

Together with Nightwish and Within Temptation, Epica are one of the few symphonic metal bands that have made it big. Starting with their 2003 release The Phantom Agony, Epica's combination...

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