Bay Area riot grrrl trio Destroy Boys have been blazing their way through Left Coast punk circuits while growing…
From the sludge of Down to the power of Alice In Chains, UK stoners Of Concrete Gods talk through some of their biggest influences.
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Frank White got his start in photography as a teen shooting Led Zeppelin, Bob Marley, Thin Lizzy, and Black Sabbath. We spoke with him about his career and his impressive book about Ronnie James Dio.
Exploring uncharted waters while remaining true to their original sound, Caronte has delivered an excellent doom metal album in Wolves of Thelema (Ván Records), one which touches on the occult, old school heavy metal, and more.
While at Heavy Montréal, Mike Bax spoke with Liam Cormier of Toronto’s hugely successful Cancer Bats about their latest album The Spark That Moves (New Damage Records), Sabbath covers, festivals, and much more.
Given the less than compelling content seeping into the hard rock scene at the time, DIO’s The Last in Line was the right record at the right time when it was released on July 2nd, 1984 via Warner Bros. Records. Thirty-five years later, it’s still guaranteed to blister your backside like no other slab from that era.
It was precisely the right record at precisely the right time. Released June 20th, 1989, the smash album from Faith No More, The Real Thing, still bites down hard enough to draw blood, or at least hard enough to leave a nasty gash.
Troll’s second album, Legend Master, out April 12th via Shadow Kingdom Records, is a meandering, yet still gripping narrative that is as much Tolkien as Asimov in its content, full of tense, dynamic compositions that balance riff and melody to great effect.
With a no-holds-barred, dirty rock‘n’roll debut album, The Hex and the Healer, now under their belts, Johannesburg, South Africa-based hell-raisers Hellcats were a shoo-in for our “190 Proof” artist of the month here at PureGrainAudio!
German stadium rock upstarts Kissin’ Dynamite were recently on tour in the UK supporting the mighty Powerwolf – we caught up with drummer and main lyricist Andi Schnitzer to chat about touring, working with Udo, and rock n’ roll heroes.
Due on February 22nd via Napalm Records, Swedish doom legends, Candlemass return with The Door To Doom, yet another rousing slab of metal! Original bassist Leif Edling discusses the music, video games, and working with Tony Iommi.