Car Bomb

Bombtrack Car Bomb released their third album Meta in September 2016, which was produced by Gojira frontman Joe. The artwork for this record was influenced by Stanley Kubrick, and the bands love of geometric patterns, alongside their interest in electronic album covers from Warp Records. HMA: I hardly ever ask any bands about their names,…

Nidingr

Anything goes By Teloch ‘High Heat Licks Against Heaven’, an album drenched in Norse mythology, and names from the younger and older Edda appears throughout in the lyrics. The album drifts in the middle of black and death metal, but with the Norse theme, it creates a unique and fresh breath of sound. To put…

Raven Age

Darkness will Rise By George Harris Ultimately, our band is a result of us being fans of heavy music and creating our own stamp on the genre we love. We’ve taken inspiration from tons of bands and combined it all to make our own sound. I think it’s pretty clear that we grew up listening…

Antropofagus

Architecture of Death By Francesco Montesanti Francesco: “We decided to go with a warmer and fatter tone this time. The songs are more straight forward and in your face than the songs on ‘Architecture of Lust’, and certainly more groovy. I’d say this is the most old school and evil Antropofagus album to date. Dave…

Azarath

Unholy Death Metal By Inferno Touted as a “demonic mutation of Krisiun and Behemoth with shades of Immolation”, AZARATH stands up to their wicked name. The band’s death metal is crisp, black, and while it possesses the charm of their American counterparts, it remains open-minded and organic. This should not come as a surprise, considering…

Foetal Juice

Violent songs By Ben Read Foetal Juice has been on the Extreme Metal Underground circuit for well over ten years now, a band with a passion for the gory and perverted side of life, introducing black humour and pure horror with subject matter including strange sects of nuns who piss in the font and eat…

Agnostic Front

Back to the front For over three decades Agnostic Front has been the kings of hardcore and amongst the originators of the legendary New aYork hardcore scene. Through the years they have always remained true to their punk-hardcore roots, heritage and their trademarks blend of punk and metal. With an extensive catalogue of 11 albums…

11 Paranoias

Paranoid Visions With the mirage of Multidimensional Paranoid Vision, 11PARANOIAS hypnotise listeners into their hullabaloo of highs. Intense mind whirls, blistering euphoria and spectral wonderment are induced by their darkened psychedelia, opening realms of aural, visual and further sensory paranoia! HMA: So what are the 11 PARANOIAS and how have configured the name? Adam Richardson:…

Doyle

Monstrous Abomination Doyle is the new horror punk/metal band project of legendary ex-Misfits Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein which includes former member Alex Story of their old band Gorgeous Frankenstein. They released “Abominator” in 2013 and been touring since to support the album. Renowned for his short straight forward answers, here is a little chat with…

Apostate Viaticum

By George Thomas We’re releasing our debut album “Before the Gates of Gomorrah” on Invictus Productions. It’s got 6 tracks and an intro straight up, no bullshit Death Metal. It’s all been fairly easy and relaxed really. Despite being our first release, we’ve all been around a long time in other bands and we knew…

Soilwork

Blind rebellion. Petrichor and Swedishness It could only be Soilwork.  Here to discuss their latest album, the melancholic ‘The Ride Majestic’, Björn Ingemar and David Andersson speak about life’s journeys and how we deal with them; sidestepping the ‘existential nonsense’. David Andersson: We’re waiting for Bjorn – he’s off prettying himself. We’re what is called in…

Oni

Xylosynth Death metal 2016 was a breakout year for progressive metal band ONI, who proved their lasting prowess with the release of their debut album Ironshore, toured with heavy metal greats such as Max & Iggor Cavalera and Children Of Bodom, tore up the stage at Ozzfest Meets Knotfest with Randy Blythe of Lamb Of…

Exodus

The power of the mosh Exodus is one of the pioneers of the Bay Area thrash metal scene, they have been around since the beginning and helped shaped and create thrash metal. With a catalogue of 10 studio albums and many line-up changes they still managed to remain a constant in the metal world. They…

Atlas Pain

What the Oak Left By Samuele Faulisi Hi everyone and thank you so much for space first of all! We’ve just closed the production process of our debut album ‘What The Oak Left’ that will be released via Scarlet Records on March 10th. It’s something that we worked on for months and months, even before…

Yugal

The harmony of chaos By Guillaume Yugal is a french metal quintet band rocking since 2010. After a couple of E.P.’s incensed by the specialized french press (Metallian, Rock Hard), Yugal decided to have a break with stages for a year to spend time on their first album composition. Despite a lineup turn on summer…

Sauron

The Eternal Fire By Evil SAURON is one of the first Polish bands which introduced pagan black metal art to their local Polish scene in 1991 when they were established. Their first release was a demo in 1993, entitled Hellish Requiem. Having gone through active and inactive periods, the band has been recently resurrected. Their…

The Answer

Irish Blues The Answer is an Irish band that is in high demand, their sound and talent are being noticed worldwide and they also have been touring and playing support to AC/DC. Their latest album ‘Solas’ (2016, Napalm Records) has a completely different sound, it moves away from the previous ones and it takes a…

HerezA

I Become Death By Slobodan HerezA formed in July 2014. Their debut album, Misanthrope, was released in February 2015 by PRC Music. Their new album I Become Death, which is set for release in February 2017, will continue and improve the “chunky, HM-2 overdriven, and loud” (Angry Metal Guy review) sound of Misanthrope. ‘I Become…

The Darkhorse

The Carcass of the Sun will Sleep By Daniel Groome ‘The Carcass of the Sun will Sleep’ was recorded in three days at Initiate Audio and Media. Songs were written throughout 2015 and recorded in December. We tried to combine big riffs, big solos, big vocals (including some gang vocals from local musicians and friends). The…

Code

Lost Signal By Aort We formed back in 2002. Started life as an Anglo/Norwegian black metal band and have been morphing ever since. Our new EP is a revisit to our back catalogue with the view of looking at these songs through a different len. Our last album ‘Mut’ was our biggest musical leap so…