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After several false starts (and a scheduled Skype interview that went belly up), I eventually opted for an email interview with Psychomancer’s bassist/front man Duston Ball
Sigh is one of the most important names to have emerged during the formative years of what we now call extreme metal during the late 80’s- early 90’s.
It’s no secret that metal and black voodoo go together like cheese and pickles, or to use a darker metaphor, like torn virgins and bloodied sacrificial altars – but what is the allure of all that s
Like stopping by Metal as Fuck every day to find out what’s going on in the wonderful and strange world of heavy metal?
Hellyeah have delivered the album of their career. The catalyst behind this triumph? A new found appetite.
The three basics of a Batpiss performance are beers, impulsiveness and playing fucking loud!! According to vocalist/bassist, Thomy Sloane.
THE DIFFICULT SECOND ALBUM:
Once you’ve got your Dettol, wet-wipes and sun block sorted, five days at Wacken Open Air is pretty much smooth sailing.
Anthony Mavrikis has no regrets plucking Envenomed back from the shelf, where it had quietly sat for quite a number of years as Anthony went down other musical pat
One common aspect of working in the extreme metal world is that often-times you will come into contact with people with turbulent personalities. It makes sense right?