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There's been upheaval in Dimmu Borgir and Metal as Fuck is on the case, investigating the new album, ramped-up sound and what fans can come to expect with only a three-piece line-up.
Rock and roll rebellion is the ethos of Canada's Danko Jones as he sits down for a man-to-man with Metal as Fuck, talking about celebrities, tours and sex tips...
Think extended touring in China is impossible? Think again.
Now you all know the bards and their songs. With an illustrious career spanning over twenty years, Blind Guardian are as ambitious as ever. Hansi talks shop about the new record as well as the orchestral project, his love for Aussie power ballads and that damn haircut…
Julie Weir once seemed like a freak - a lone girl in the male dominated world of the London music industry in the '90s. Thankfully things have changed a bit now, and Julie takes some time out to reflect on her career for Metal as Fuck
Is Watain for real? Do they have a sense of humour? We'll soon find out.
Jeff Waters and Annihilator are back with an album that finally aspires to the lofty expectations foisted upon the Canadian thrashers, after their classic debut and sophomore releases so many years ago.
The sublime presence of Rich "The Duke" Ward returns to the Metal as Fuck pages, catching up about all things Fozzy, Stuck Mojo and rock n' roll.
As festival fever appears to have us all in its grip, our regular columnist Scott Adams had a root about in his attic and found this review of the second Bloodstock festival, held at the Derby Assembly rooms in the late summer of 2002. Enjoy!
Whether musing on the future of Lamb of God or ranting about greatest hits compilations, Chris Adler shows he's one very smart and well-grounded dude.