The Kahless Clone - Promo - 2017

Vito Marchese Of The Kahless Clone Talks “Never-Ending Loneliness” In Exclusive Interview

For the past few weeks, I have been blowing up SkullsnBones and the Twitterverse with my love for the new The Kahless Clone EP, Our Never-Ending Loneliness. It’s a record of deeply emotional and striking instrumental tracks that take the listener on a spectacular voyage of passion and emotion. The Kahless Clone grew from November’s Doom‘s Vito Marchese. We recently had

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Sea Legs: Sotiris From Septicflesh Sets His Sights On 70,000 Tons Of Metal

The eighth installment of 70,000 Tons of Metal will depart from Fort Lauderdale in less than three months, and to say we are excited would be an understatement. With 60 metal acts and more than 100 performances, the high seas will be banging. But this excitement isn’t limited to us. The musicians are clearly ready to board the boat. As

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Sea Legs: Vorph From Samael Sounds Off On 70,000 Tons

In early February, 3,000 metalheads (include photographer Jason Carlson and me) and 60 bands will board the Independence of the Seas for an epic journey from St. Augustine, Florida, to Grand Turk in the Bahamas. To say we are excited about the 120 performances that will take place on the 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise is an understatement. In fact,

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Warbeast - Corbitt Interview

Exclusive Interview: Bruce Corbitt Of Rigor Mortis And Warbeast

Bruce Corbitt is the legendary lead vocalist of Rigor Mortis and Warbeast, and he is one of the greatest voices in metal. To find out that the universe, in all her glorious bitchiness, has given this man throat cancer is a major fucking disgrace. Fortunately, Corbitt was able to finish the latest – and possible last – Warbeast album, Enter

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Death Yell - Promo

Death Yell: Exclusive Interview And Full Album Stream Of “Descent Into Hell”

Death Yell emerged as a South American force of blackened death metal in the late ’80s only to abruptly dissolve in the early ’90s leaving behind a demo, Vengeance from Darkness. Praise be to Hades they are back and are releasing a proper studio debut, Descent into Hell, this week on Hells Headbangers. King Rhino recently reviewed the album, and he jumped at

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Skelethal Album Cover

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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Despair - Cover

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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