HELLBASTARD signs deal with SELFMADEGOD RECORDS

HELLBASTARD formed in the UK in 1984 playing non-compromising crossover,
mixing the ferocity of punk with the crunch and chops of metal and socially
conscious lyrics. HELLBASTARD released the Natural Order record on Earache
in 1990 and put out several demos, compilation tracks and remix collections.

After breaking up in 1993, HELLBASTARD reformed in 2008 with all guns
blazing! They are back in action with The Need to Kill, available on
limited edition LP from the German Civilisation Records label.

FAUST's From Glory To Infinity Out Now On Paragon

FAUST is the brainchild of singer/vocalist Aleister (Ancient, Abgott) who formed the band in 1992. After releasing a self-titled demo a year later, the band fell silent release-wise until 2001 when Aleister was commissioned as a live member of Ancient, and the aptly-titled first EP And Finally Faust was released independently.
 

Interview with Syrach

Hailing from Norway, a band that plays Death/Doom metal and not your traditional Black Metal. We had a few questions to ask the band about their musical genre selection, their new album and how their music has evolved in general. Here is what they had to say to our interrogation:

Interview With Fomento

Sporting the whole 'anti-fashioncore' and anti-emo movement Fomento comes out of Italy with a good dose of 'Slayer-Core' metal. We had time to catch up with their current frontman: Marco Krasinski.

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Interview with Leaves' Eyes for Njord

After waiting for several years we now have a few days to go for the release of "My Destiny" and "Njord" from Leaves' Eyes. We where able to catch up with Liv Kirstine for a few questions about this new release among other things.

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Interview with Ava Inferi

After watching Ava Inferi at WGT 2009 we prepared this interview questions for Rune, the band's guitar player. Here is what he had to say about the band's new album among other things.

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Ava Inferi – Blood Of Bacchus (2009)

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Having formed in 2005 Ava Inferi presents us their 3rd full length album. The band shows great maturity and improvement in their already characteristic sound, with “Blood Of Bacchus”.

Ava Inferi’s mixture of Doom Metal with Gothic elements is unparalleled, blending the traditional Doom riffs with mesmerizing female vocals provided by Carmen Simões, and the guitar work is provided by none other than Rune "Blasphemer" Eriksen from Aura Noir (the self labeled ugliest band in the world) and Mayhem, which he left in order to fully concentrate on Ava Inferi.

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