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CELTIC FROST: Danse of the Dead
CELTIC FROST WAS A ONE OF A KIND BAND. The formative first wave black metal artists experimented, broke boundaries, and influenced generations of heavy groups in their wake. We checked in with Tom G. Warrior to discuss Danse Macabre.
CORPSEGRINDER PERSEVERANCE MEDIA GROUP 7/10 INDULGING A TERROR FETSH: The debut solo LP from Cannibal Corpse singer George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher clearly wears its musical influences on its...
FATHERS, BROTHERS AND SONS: SURVIVING ANGUISH, ABANDONMENT, AND ANTHRAX
FATHERS, BROTHERS AND SONS: SURVIVING ANGUISH, ABANDONMENT, AND ANTHRAXBy Frank Bello with Joel McIver RARE BIRD BOOKS 9/10 MORE THAN YOUR AVERAGE MEMOIR: Frank Bello’s autobiography is...
FRANK BELLO: Memoirs of a Work in Progress
In doing this interview with Frank about his memoir, Fathers, Brothers and Sons: Surviving Anguish, Abandonment and Anthrax, it seems like we had known each other for years. There’s a lot to take in with Frank’s book, and there are no spoilers here, because Anthrax fans, and non-metal fans alike, should pick up the book and feel the same personal connection with how the man told his story.
DARKWOODS MY BETROTHED: Angel of Carnage Unleashed
DARKWOODS MY BETROTHED Angel of Carnage Unleashed NAPALM 8/10 DON’T CALL IT A COMEBACK: Ah, there’s nothing like a little nostalgia to start the...
CRAZY LIXX: Loose ‘n’ Lethal
Street Lethal sits alongside some of the band’s best work. It’s heavy when it needs to be, it’s a ripper when it wants to be, and it’s always melodic. Vocalist and producer Danny Rexon seems to have it all under control, as he discusses the current state of Crazy Lixx and Street Lethal.
CRAZY LIXX: Street Lethal
CRAZY LIXX Street Lethal FRONTIERS 9/10 ACTION PACKED, CINEMATIC HARD ROCK: Crazy Lixx has never been out to reinvent the wheel, but the band...
Documentary Review: ANALOG LOVE
The phrase “love letter to…” tends to come up a lot when writers review documentaries about older subjects. It’s an easy way to convey how the filmmakers truly seem to be passionate about their subject matter, and how that passion translates into the finished product.
Movie Review: SWITCHBLADE SISTERS (1975)
It’s a safe bet to label Arrow Video as the Criterion Collection for genre film at this point, as the label has given a home to so many definitive restorations of classic exploitation cinema. One absolute gem from that world has to be Jack Hill’s Switchblade Sisters.
AUTUMN TEARS: An Endless Stream
Dark Symphonies and Autumn Tears are going strong, with the latter releasing The Glow of Desperation in 2021 like they didn’t miss a beat. Between this welcomed return and Dark Symphonies outstanding reissue game with their sub-label The Crypt, Tringo certainly has his hands full.