Katatonia Came to Club Red in Mesa, AZ on March 28, 2017, to support their newest melodic masterpiece, The Fall of Hearts. Support came from Caspian and Uncured.
In this video My Dying Bride founding member and guitarist, Andrew Craighan, talks to us about his band’s doom metal and how it has positively impacted the lives of dozens of the group’s fans.
On Katatonia’s newest Peaceville Records offering, The Fall of Hearts, lush, intricate landscapes are woven into the fabric of every song resulting in a melodic metal tapestry.
In between chatting with fans and performing tracks of the band’s twelfth opus, Feel the Misery (out now via Peaceville Records), My Dying Bride guitarist Andrew Craighan shared with us this awesome tour story.
In October 2015, supporting their new Peaceville Records album, Curious Volume, we caught up with legendary U.S. heavy/doom metal band, Pentagram. Bassist Greg Turley and drummer Pete Campbell afforded us a super-fun chat and ran through some of our Tourpedeod questions.
Whether you’re a new fan or a veteran of the band, this compilation is the perfect exposure to the work of this magnificent band. Read our review here.
S. death metal maestro, Autopsy, has launched a brand new track, “Waiting for the Screams,” taken from the band’s upcoming Skull Grinder LP.
Legendary U.S. heavy/doom metal band, Pentagram, shared a terrifying tale about the ordeal they had when recording their new Peaceville Records album, Curious Volume.
I had the opportunity to speak with Anders, co-founder of Katatonia together with Jonas Renkse. It was the last day of their tour as Opeth’s supporting acts on the “Heritage Tour”. Niklas Sandin and Daniel Liljekvist (bassist and drummer respectively) were present too. Here’s what Anders had to say, about their music, relationships in their bands, and metal hair.
I recently caught up with Chris Reifert of the legendary death metal band Autopsy to discuss the group’s newest release, Macabre Eternal. After more than a decade off the grid the guys are back with a vengeance; Macabre Eternal is a no-nonsense, death metal record from the critically acclaimed masters of the genre. Here’s what Reifert had to say.
For the past 20 years the British doom metal band, My Dying Bride has been cranking out what I would consider genre-defining, bone-crushing metal. On their latest disc Evinta, the band has taken a different approach to their music by stripping down and reworking their older classic tunes. Instead of the anticipated wall of sludgy guitars the songs include a symphonic orchestra, a choir and operatic vocals that give them a completely different feel.