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LOVE AND DEATH INTERVIEW BY METAL MARK!

Brian “Head” Welch needs no introduction to the rock and metal world. From his years with KoRn, to his religious journey and message, and now his new projects, he has influenced many people, both musically and personally, throughout his intense lifetime. His latest project, “Love And Death,” recently released their first album, “Between Here And Lost,” and had a great

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OVERKILL INTERVIEW BY METAL MARK!

Overkill has been releasing incredible thrash metal for our ears since the early 1980’s. As the years go by, the music just gets better and better, and it’s really amazing to witness! As you read in my review and viewed in our live photos, Overkill recently came through New York City with Testament and demolished the sold out Best Buy

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GOJIRA: LIVE REVIEW FROM NEW YORK CITY!

Gojira, The Devin Townsend Project, and The Atlas Moth closed out their U.S. tour last night in New York City, and while all of the performances were amazing, the night belonged to the headliners. As a makeup show for the snowstorm, the fans returned with high energy and anticipation for the French metal Gods. I was lucky enough to grab

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MESHUGGAH LIVE SHOW REVIEW FROM NEW YORK CITY!

The mighty Meshuggah brought “The Ophidian Trek 2013” to Roseland Ballroom in New York City this past Friday night and absolutely destroyed the place. The main question walking in the venue was if front man, Jens Kidman, would perform or not due to his recent illness, but once the lights went out and he marched on the stage, it was

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TESTAMENT & OVERKILL, DARK ROOTS OF THRASH TOUR SHOW REVIEW!

The “Dark Roots of Thrash” tour came to New York City last night and destroyed the packed house at the Best Buy Theater! The lineup included 4AM, Flotsam & Jetsam, Overkill and Testament, so there was a huge buzz in the air before the show! As the lights went out and the bands hit the stage, the pits erupted and

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DO YOU LISTEN TO METAL RADIO?

In this day and age of music discovery and consumption being handled with significant majority on the internet (a series of tubes), there are still these things out there called, “radio stations” that anyone my age will remember as what was once the main way to experience what’s new.   Since the internet has squashed the monopoly, radio stations have

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SOILWORK: “THE LIVING INFINITE” ALBUM REVIEW BY METAL MARK!

Swedish metal titans, Soilwork, will be releasing their new album, “The Living Infinite“, in North America on March 5th via Nuclear Blast Records. Now I am always happy to hear new music from these guys, but after my interview with Björn “Speed” Strid and David Andersson on the Barge To Hell, I was more excited than ever to hear this

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GOJIRA, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT AND THE ATLAS MOTH FROM THE FRONT ROW!

Gojira, Devin Townsend and The Atlas Moth will be wrapping up their massive U.S. tour here in a few weeks. From what I’ve heard about the earlier dates, this has been a memorable show from start to finish! How could it not with this lineup!? Each band is beyond incredible! See why below! The awesome HVYMTLMOM was there at the

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HATEBREED: “THE DIVINITY OF PURPOSE” ALBUM REVIEW BY METAL MARK!

Last week the mighty Hatebreed unleashed their latest record, “The Divinity of Purpose,” to the metal masses and the response has been HUGE! This band has mastered their signature sound and have taken it to a new level! Before the CD was released, Jamey Jasta said that it was “all pit, no shit,” and he wasn’t lying! This is a

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LOVE AND DEATH INTERVIEW BY METAL MARK!

Brian “Head” Welch needs no introduction to the rock and metal world. From his years with KoRn, to his religious journey and message, and now

OVERKILL INTERVIEW BY METAL MARK!

Overkill has been releasing incredible thrash metal for our ears since the early 1980’s. As the years go by, the music just gets better and

DO YOU LISTEN TO METAL RADIO?

In this day and age of music discovery and consumption being handled with significant majority on the internet (a series of tubes), there are still