Philadelphia, PA’s Rosu Lup meld orchestral instrumentation, electronic, ethereal and folk sounds into their own special sonic concoction. The…
Andreas Johansson is a religious studies scholar and photographer and for his new book, Yakuza Tattoo, he was invited into the shadowy underworld of the world of the Yakuza. We spoke with Johansson for an in-depth look into his new book and the inner dynamics of the Yakuza.
In simple terms, JP Ahonen’s Belzebubs is a mockumentary. Imagine a black metal version of Spinal Tap, with the silliness and humour turned up to 11. If you know anything about metal, though, you’ll appreciate the wry humour, which clearly comes from a deep-seated love of all things kvlt.
PureGrainAudio’s South African Manning Editor, Lav Nandlall, shows her creative talent as a writer with “Don’t Fear the Dark: Vol 1”, her new children’s book covering the journey of metal.
Other than lines such as “All I wanted was to be warm and noticed”, The Rogue To Nowhere contains little about Jason’s music; this is all about the drugs, girls and addiction. A stand-out memoir from a musician who has spent much of his career in the background.
This is absolutely more than a book about a rock band. It’s a tale of discovery and about carving one’s own way while not exactly knowing what you’re carving into.
In Volume 5 of our fictional horror-themed series of short stories, MUSIC HELL — from author Michael Aronovitz and illustrator Nicholas Stewart McIvor — Halestorm attempt to stave off a “Dream-Fever”.
We spoke with Impact World Champion and “Food Fight” Author Austin Aries about music, veganism, and much more.
Rock giants Kiss are endorsing a new book entitled War From A Kiss General which features exclusive interviews and photos…
If you’re looking for a somewhat definitive explanation (like this writer was) of Nergal’s intellectual philosophy that acts as the driving force of Behemoth, you’re not going to find it in Behemoth: Devil’s Conquistadors. What you will find, though, are plenty of words about the band’s history. Lots and lots of them.
The online channel, FreqsTV recently premiered a new mini-documentary focused on the making of the new book “And Justice For Art: Stories About Heavy Metal Album Covers,” which is a continuation of the PureGrainAudio.com series of the same name.
Eternal Cavalier Press Review by Natalie Paterson Fans of Canadian music young and old will be able to appreciate…
“Juke Box Hero,” Gramm’s rock and roll memoir, named after Foreigner’s venerated hit, is a chronicle of the singer’s fifty years in rock.