Corrosion Of Conformity

All Hail… Pepper’s Return Since they formed in 1982 in North Carolina, Corrosion of Conformity has been creating their own distinct sound and merging, in a perfect way, metal, punk, blues and even some elements funk. There have been line-up changes with Pepper and Reed but now the line-up is the same as ‘Deliverance’. The…

Apocalyptica

The maestros of metal create a forlorn and beautiful musical landscape with their latest album Classical instruments have had their prominent place in metal and rock music for decades. Some of the more the more remarkable examples of this have come out Finland such as Nightwish and of course…. Apocalyptica. Thanks to Apocalyptica’s prolific career…

Alejandro Blasi

Alejandro Blasi: Imagination is the most important tool I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1968. In 2000 I moved to Mallorca Island, Spain  where I established my studio, and from here I work for bands all over the world. I studied drawing and painting in different art studios, and quickly understood that my…

Dødheimsgard

Dødheimsgard: Immersed in melancholic mystery One of the top bands and boundary-pushing visionaries of the mid-90’s Norwegian Black Metal evolution, DHG are widely regarded as masters of dark & psychotic psychedelia-tinged extremity. The first fruits of DHG’s re-animated labour manifest in the shape of new studio album, ‘A Umbra Omega’, with original co-founding member Aldrahn…

Anestis Goudas

Anestis Goudas is a Greek graphic artist, mainly focused on creating digital illustrations, graphic and web designs for music bands. His artworks can be described as conceptual with multiple allegoric meanings and often they include elements inspired by the ’80s Heavy Metal covers, filtered with a more digital approach. He uses all type of modern…

Marduk

Marduk: Back to the Frontschwein Marduk was formed in Sweden by guitarist Morgan “Evil” Steinmeyer Håkansson in 1990 and released their first studio album, “Dark Endless” in 1992. Since then, despite many line-up changes they have been spreading evil and recruiting new legions of loyal followers to the black metal scene. The brand new release…

Nikos Markogiannakis

Nikos Markogiannakis: Sadness with the sense of death all over it Nikos Markogiannakis grew up in Crete (Greece). At the age of 18 moved to Athens to study graphic arts. Designing artwork for heavy metal bands begun in 2003 when releasing a metal zine and starting working doing logos and covers for bands who were…

Jose Luis Lopez Galván

Jose Luis Lopez Galván: Interview with Mexican Surrealist Artist Young Mexican painter, Jose Luis Lopez Galván is set to become one of the greatest artists of his generation. His body of work (focused on surreal depictions of human/animal hybrids and other unusual scenarios) keep growing day by day and impressing worldwide audiences – especially through…

Jan Yrlund

Jan Yrlund: I’m completely not into technical snobbery or virtuosity without meaning Been drawing since I was a kid basically. I was fascinated about comic books, and started drawing comics myself too. In the mid eighties I started an underground comic magazine called Tsürps together with some friends. The style was somewhat horror/black humor/science-fiction I…

Lauren Gornik

Lauren Gornik: Rooted in pop-surrealism & narrative illustration For the past five years I’ve been working as a professional illustrator, working with a variety of metal acts. Originally, my interest in working with heavy metal bands began around the time I formed my first band, Panzer. However, I was also driven to make a career…

April Johnson

April Johnson: The will to Grow I have never taken any classes based around on how to create art or any formal education, but if it counts for anything I was in AP art and earned a college credit in my junior year of high school. I was a little hesitant to join at first,…