Kiss - Monster (Universal Music)

A massive, and very pleasing, return to the glory days of yore...
Release Date: 
8 Oct 2012 - 11:30pm


Twenty Questions with...Dr Midnight & the Mercy Cult

DMTMD guitarist Anders Odden is the first man to brave Metal as Fuck's all-encompassing grilling on everything that's important in the world today...

(1) Who are you, and what do you do?
I am Anders Odden. I play guitar in Doctor Midnight & the Mercy Cult

Primevil signs with Scarlet Records

Whilst Cronos sits at home sulking about the Royal Wedding invite that never materialised, Mantas is back doing what he does best!

Primevil, the new band formed by former Venom members Jeff "Mantas" Dunn (guitar), Tony "The Demolition Man" Dolan (bass, vocals)

Have you seen the collectors pack for the new Morbid Angel album?

Dave Vincent talks tours, cars and Grand Funk Railroad

I’ve always had a soft spot for Morbid Angel and I jumped at the chance to speak with vocalist and bassist Dave Vincent

Ace Frehley @ HQ (Adelaide), 4 Feb 2010

The original spaceman of rock touring Australia for the first time solo, and quite possibly the first time sober. Nostalgia never sounded so good!

It was with mild trepidation that I went along to see the spaceman Ace Frehley on Thursday night at HQ.  When I was a spotty, skinny, teen geek Kiss

Spiralling Through The Void - Scar Symmetry on Machines, Moons and Metal

Science, technology and heavy metal are welded together for Scar Symmetry, exploring the universe with their guitars in their new album, Dark Matter Dimensions. Talking to drummer and lyricist Henrik Ohlsson, we get a glimpse into the vast inner workings of this cosmic progressive death metal outfit.

Calling Sweden from Australia feels a bit weird when your subject is dressed to the nines in blankets and jumpers and you’re sweating from places on your body you never thought existed.

Ace Frehley – Anomaly (Bronx Born/Riot Entertainment)

Break out your greasepaint, space boots and smoking guitar - the spaceman is back and it’s almost like he’d never been away.

It has been some two decades between solo albums but former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley’s new album picks up right from where he left off.  Earlier, &nbs