interview

Psycroptic's Dave Haley: Walking the Walk

"At the end of the day I’m there to serve the riff. That’s my job, I’m a glorified metronome".

Dave Haley is one of the most significant figures in the Australian metal scene.

A Few Words With Vader's Poitr Wiwczarek

Poitr, Peter, Pumpkin/Soul-eater...

My interview with Vader’s PiotrPeterWiwczarek is timely, given Vader’s new album The Empire was released last week –

A Few Choice Words With Whitechapel's Zach Householder

More groove. Less blasting. The Whitechapel fellows grow up...

No, he doesn’t sound like Bo or Luke Duke but there’s definitely a slight ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ twang to Zach Householder’s accent.

Mat Sinner of Primal Fear: Delivering the Goods

Metal As Fuck catches up with the Primal Fear bassist about their new album and upcoming Australian tour....

Ah, you have to love the trusty emailer, the interview format context forgot. A place where you find yourself not only lost in translation, but quite often lost in the junk folder too.

Interview with Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil

Bello specchio , dimmi la verità ...

“So what’s it like being a woman in a heavy metal band; it’s a pretty rare thing, no?” I’ve got Lacuna Coil’s vocalist Cristina Scabbia on the phone and...of cours

Scott Ian on the New Album; Touring and Jazz Extravaganzas...

"Music should be an experience. You need to hear it. You need to feel it. You need to immerse yourself in it."

Anthrax have long been a part of the soundtrack to my existence so it’s a great pleasure to speak to guitarist Scott Ian on behalf of Metal As Fuck

Interview with a Nameless Ghoul

A sweet new album, a sweet new singer...

Cue spooky Scooby Doo music because I’ve got a one of Ghost’s Nameless Ghouls on the phone.

The allure of the grave: an interview with Mirai Kawashima of Sigh

"I might already be dead when you read this."

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.

Soley Mourning's Andy Guest on the Mystical Black Country and Other Things...

“I wouldn’t say he was on par with his brother!"

If you like a bit of old school rock and roll infused with a juicy slice of blues then you should get quite excited about UK rockers Soley Mourning and their unique take on the gen