Q & A

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Child Bite: Ready to Take A Chunk Out of Australia

"Of all the native wildlife we are bound to encounter, I’m mostly excited to see Squizzy’s balls...again"

With the band's first Australian tour, teaming up with label mates AND one of Australia's favourite groups, King Parrot - Metal As Fuck set out to dig a little dee

Steve Tucker of Morbid Angel: Angry Gods and a Disgusting World

Now reunited with Morbid Angel, Steve Tucker walks us through the grim wastelands of Kingdoms Disdained.

Heralding from the earliest ages of death metal, Florida-based legends Morbid Angel formed in 1983 and have been one of the

Ihsahn: Dark and Decadent

The mastermind behind Emperor exposes the passion behind his seventh solo album Àmr

After two decades of defining and shaping the contours of black metal as the musical force behind Emperor,

Alexander Backlund of Letters From The Colony: Musical “Omnivores” and Earthy Sounds

In the wake of one of the most successful debuts of the year so far, Swedish progressive metal newcomers LFTC’s vocalist sheds some light on Vignette.

Seldom does a band epitomise the fact that there is always room in metal music for something different like Swedish rising stars Lett

Q&A with Ben Tinker from Embrace the Dawn

Ben Tinker of Embrace The Dawn lends his two cents on embracing the music scene...

The Effigist has been making its way around the traps for a few weeks now and we caught up with Ben Ticker, guitarist for Embrace the Dawn to get the 4-11 on this beauty...

Ivar Bjørnson of Enslaved: Ehwaz and Paradoxes

Ivar Bjørnson discusses Enslaved's rugged and enigmatic new album, E.

Having recently completed their incredible 25th Anniversary tour, Norway’s purveyors of melodic-extreme metal Enslaved are set to release their fourteenth studio album, enigmatical

Q&A with Caligula's Horse

"And yes, it is a saxophone, trust me folks!"

To say Australia's Caligula's Horse have had a fruitful few years is an understatement.

Q&A with Claim The Throne

"The process was something that we enjoyed and the positive attitude translates to the recording".

Australia's Claim The Throne will return with their next offering 'On Desolate Planes' next month and already the material is described as a feast for the senses, with a h

Frost of Satyricon: Darkness and Light

Three years in the making, borne of the depths of the mind and the night, Deep Calleth Upon Deep promises to be a milestone release for Satyricon.

Few bands have been as formative and yet, as challenging to their genre as Norway’s Satyricon have been for black metal.

Greg Mackintosh of Paradise Lost: Anti-religion, anti-materialism and Medusa

Paradise Lost challenge us to gaze unto to monster that is our present, and our future.

Pioneering British gothic-doom metal band Paradise Lost are set to rele