Posts Tagged ‘black metal’

1349 @ The Underworld, Camden

December 8th, 2014

1349

@ The Underworld, Camden

19th November, 2014

Review by Caitlin Smith

Photos by Mystical Wraith

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It may have been 3 years since infamous black metal band 1349 spread their plague ridden offerings across UK soil, but they have certainly not been forgotten. Despite being a school night for most, the underworld seemed rife with a scourge of black metal fans packing into Underworld for a night of Norwegian darkness.
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Ethereal Interview with Vocalist Naut

November 28th, 2014

Interview with Naut of Ethereal

@ Camden Underworld

19th November 2014

Interview by Ben Spencer

Video by Jo Blackened

Ethereal

After travelling to the Camden Underworld and stumbling into a sound check by one of tonight’s band’s it was time to set up our recording equipment and get the latest from one of the UK’s most promising Black Metal band’s Ethereal.
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A Forest of Stars Interview with Curse, TS Kettleburner and the Gentleman

November 27th, 2014

A Forest of Stars Interview with Curse, TS

Kettleburner and the Gentleman

1st November 2014

Interview by Caitlin Smith

A Forests of Stars may have been simmering below the surface of the British black metal scene now with their unusual mix of black metal and progressive, all brought together by the downright strangest of minds, but it wasn’t till the release of their latest record A Shadowplay for Yesterdays back in 2012 that this band really made some serious headway out of the underground. Arriving suited and booted in their finery and bringing with them a healthy dose of dark humour, we sit down with Curse, The Gentleman and Mr TS Kettleburner to get to grips on what really makes this group of time travelling musicians tick.

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Dark Fortress @ The Underworld, Camden

November 7th, 2014

Dark Fortress

@ The Underworld, Camden

20th October, 2014

Review by Caitlin Smith

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Dark Fortress Interview with V. Santura

November 7th, 2014

Dark Fortress interview with V. Santura

Interview by Caitlin Smith

 

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Gorgoroth & Vital Remains @ The Garage, London

April 8th, 2014

Gorgoroth & Vital Remains

@ The Garage, London

6th April 2014

Review and Photos by Ashlinn Nash

The Garage queue is a lively one, with patch jackets, studs, spikes and of course the traditional array of faces adorning white face paint with variants of Carpathian forest to Watain inspired styles, all in all nothing short of a Peter Beste Picture book. Excitement and attention has been brought to The garage, let’s just hope it’s ready for it.

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Marduk Interview with Morgan

December 24th, 2013

Marduk Interview

with Morgan (Guitar)

5th November, 2013

@ The Underworld, London UK

Interview by Caitlin Smith

Pictures by Jo Blackened
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Marduk Interview

Marduk Interview

It’s been almost 15 years since the immortal album Panzer Division Marduk rolled onto the black metal scene, but it’s a ruthlessly aggressive today as it was all those years ago. Having played Serpents Sermon on tour earlier in the year, Marduk have returned to London to give us a taste of the old school, playing both Panzer Division Marduk and Those of the Unlight in full that evening. Sitting down with the only remaining founding member, guitarist Morgan, we chat about the album tour and Morgan’s love for the ultimate metal machine, tanks.

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WATAIN Interview with Erik Danielsson

September 11th, 2013

Watain Interview

with Erik Danielsson

http://www.templeofwatain.com/

By Joffie Lovett

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BLACK FLAMES OF BLASPHEMY III: The 3rd Invocation 16.17.11.2012 Gloria, Helsinki Finland

December 6th, 2012
Black Flames Of Blasphemy

Black Flames Of Blasphemy

The third traditional Black Mass Of Blasphemy festival was arranged by the KRK organization who struggled with all kinds of unexpected problems. The event received controversial headlines in the local press when it came up that one of the performers represented Nazi ideology. But whatever, the festival consisted of brutal, grim, evil sounding and looking bands and dedicated/passionate extreme fans. As for the bands in general,  the offering would be nothing but an utter wet dream for underground black metal maniacs. Metal-Rules.com was present witnessing the blackest black metal of the underground.

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A FOREST OF STARS Interview

September 8th, 2012

A Forest Of Stars Interview

with Vocalist Mister Curse and Keyboardist/Percussionist The Gentleman

http://www.aforestofstars.co.uk/

Interview by Kirsty Birkett-Stubbs

No you’re not in the wrong place, you’ve entered into A Forest Of Stars’ Victorian time slip. These Gentleman’s Club members are an exclusive brotherhood injecting a different kind of drama into the black metal scene, and certainly a touch of class. Taking time out in this modern pace of life, Mister Curse and The Gentleman discuss new album A Shadowplay For Yesterdays and the draw of the past…

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GORGOROTH’s Satanic Agenda

February 15th, 2008



Gaahl and King by NAMTARU CREATIONS

Gaahl and King photo by NAMTARU CREATIONS

 

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Dark Funeral Naglfar Amoral : Tavastia Helsinki Finland

March 4th, 2006

DARK FUNERAL
Naglfar & Amoral
The 21th of February 2006
Tavastia Club, Helsinki Finland

Including Dark Funeral, Naglfar and Amoral to the same touring package would have been believed to be a strong concept to sell a lot of tickets. But when entering the club before the domestic Amoral kicked the set off, it was quite odd to see only a handful of people having arrived on time before the Finnish metal virtuoses got on the stage. Obviously setting a metal gig on Tuesday ain’t the most idealistic date to lure people to see bands in action. After all, according to the rough estimate, about over 300 black metal freaks had crawled to testify these bands on the stage.  Frankly the whole touring band package was rather an interesting mix of different metal genres. As Amoral stands more for the technical death metal oriented approach whereas Naglfar’s style is a lethal mix of the vicious death/black metal combination, whereas Dark Funeral is nothing but a total “punch direct to the face” black metal assault without any mercy.


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Watch Them Die – Vocalist Pat Vigil

November 22nd, 2005

Interview With Vocalist Pat Vigil

Interview By Lord of The Wasteland

All photos courtesy of Century Media Records and Watch Them Die


Watch Them Die’s new CD, BASTARD SON, hit me like a ton of bricks upon first listen.  Not only is the Oakland-based band pulverizing in its intensity and outright brutality, but the thrash-influenced riffs of Greg Valencia and ferocious vocals of Pat Vigil tore me a new one.  With every other new CD released these days seeming to be a metalcore hackfest, it was refreshing to hear an American band flip off the norm and go right for the jugular.

Pat Vigil took the time to answer a few questions about the new album, their just-completed tour with Exodus and 3 Inches of Blood, being on the road with GWAR and how the combination of Black Metal, punk, hardcore and Bay Area thrash bands shaped the ass-kicking sound of Watch Them Die…

 

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