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Read Our Q&A with Skelethal And Listen To “Of The Depths…” In Its Entirety got the chance to interview Gui Haunting of the heavy-as-hell French band Skelethal about their recent release, Of the Depths… Read and enjoy! (Ed – Or better yet, scroll to the bottom, crank up a full album stream of Of the Depths…, and listen while you read!) Gentlemen. Congratulations on the new album, Of the Depths…! It’s an absolute monster of

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Phil Anselmo And Bill Moseley Discuss “Songs Of Darkness And Despair” In New Interview

Fuck … Fuck … FUCK! OK, I am a nervous freakin’ wreck. I have interviewed Chuck Billy of Testament, Don Tardy of Obituary, and Richard Christie of Charred Walls of the Damned, but now I am about to talk with Bill Moseley and Phil Anselmo. Bill Moseley. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, House of 1,000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Repo: The Genetic Opera, The Devil’s Carnival – he

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Don Tardy Talks Obituary, New Album And Kitties In New Interview

Obituary. They are to death metal what Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are to rap. OG. Original motherfucking gangsters. Obituary are a “ground zero” band for the sound that is Florida death metal. No one quite knows why Florida became the birthplace of of the genre. It might explain why tens of thousands of old people head there to live out their

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Azreal’s Luke Hosking Talks Metal In New Video Interview

Australia’s thrash metal band Azeal took the stage February 12th in Denver, Colorado, at The Summit Music Hall on their first North American tour, and their frontman took time to chat with CinnSity about some thrash metal from down under! They are currently on the Bound by the Road Tour with DevilDriver, Death Angel, Winds of Plague, and The Agonist. The Bound

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Zao’s Jeff Gretz Talks “The Well-Intentioned Virus” In New Interview

Photo by Allix Johnson The music world was recently gifted with the devastatingly killer new album from Zao, The Well-Intentioned Virus. Fans waited years for the record to be released and are not disappointed. Its angst-filled, brooding songs are carried along by intricate and spot-on playing that capture every moment of emotions that the band wanted to get across. SkullsnBones

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