Mastodon has become an institution in modern metal. Their twenty years as a band have seen them grow from…
Metal giants Metallica return with their suitably epic ‘S&M2’ collaboration with the San Fransisco Symphony. Read our review here.
V13 chatted to Bryan from Texan rockers The Sword about the last seventeen years, their favourites stories and picking up some famous fans.
Thrash metal icons, Metallica have unveiled details for their pending release, S&M2, with the San Francisco Symphony. Recorded on…
On Friday the 13th, 1970, a little band from Birmingham released their self-titled debut album through Vertigo Records, a…
The Sword celebrate their career with two multi-decade spanning collection albums. Read all about both albums and check out their Kiss cover of ‘She’ here.
In preparation for the release of their ninth studio album, Cell-0, we spoke with Apocalyptica member Paavo Lötjönen about the new record and Apocalyptica’s rise to fame, including their influencing of Metallica’s S&M record.
Fresh off the fall release of his new book, Heavy Tales: The Metal. The Music. The Madness as Lived by Jon Zazula, Jonny joins us In Conversation as he discusses Metallica, heavy metal, his future, and NY’s finest pizza.
Norwegian punks Bokassa finish up 2019 with a European headline tour so we spoke to the band about the last twelve months which has seen them tour with Metallica and be announced for Download Festival.
Renowned rock band Taking Back Sunday is currently celebrating their milestone 20th anniversary and, as their mammoth 2019 world tour winds down, powerhouse drummer Mark O’Connell took time to chat with Christopher Long and reflect on his group’s “weird and wild“ ride.
UK heavy rockers Black Tree Vultures talk us through some of the bands and songs that have helped influence the sound on their new single “Bitter.”
The Dirty Nil are a fabulous Juno Award-winning band that recently released its second record, Master Volume, via Dine Alone Records. At ’77 Montréal, Mike Bax spoke to the trio about their album, David Lee Roth, Metallica, and so much more.
Blackened Whiskey began a collaborative effort between Metallica and Master Distiller Dave Pickerell. Sadly, Pickerell passed away last year, but we had the pleasure of speaking with his successor, Rob Dietrich, about the brand and its parent company Sweet Amber Distilling.
Connecticut’s Indestructible Noise Command have released three albums since their reformation nine years ago, including this year’s Terrible Things. We spoke to guitarist Erik Barath a lot about the old days of the late ‘80s, the band’s origins, and various other key moments in the influential metal band’s career.