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After a few months “vacation,” chef Danny P. is back again with a new episode of Baker’s Dozen. With summer nearly here, let’s get those warm days st…
By on Jun 04, 2019
With his newest album, (I Am) Origami Pt. 3 - A Catacomb Hymn, dropping July 19th on Tooth and Nail and DevilDuck Records, indie rocker John Van Deus…
By on Jun 04, 2019
With post-hardcore band Movements skyrocketing faster than we can keep track of, here are five reasons the Fearless Records quartet’s preternatural s…
By on Jun 03, 2019
In today's musical landscape many people believe that physical formats aren't as relevant as they use to be. Truth to be told, many have succumbed to…
By on Sep 09, 2013
Dusty Peterson is one of those illustrators who really enjoys talking about their work. His level of enthusiasm is evident, especially when giving de…
By on Jul 12, 2013
Without Judas Priest, Heavy Metal wouldn't exist as we know it today. Their influence in the development of the genre has been well-documented thanks…
By on Jun 27, 2013
If there's one band that has never been lured by the temptations of mainstream commercialism or false musical trends, look no further than Darkthrone…
By on May 24, 2013
After publishing more than 7,000 album reviews and 40 Rock/Metal-related books, Martin Popoff can easily be considered one of genre's ultimate writer…
By on May 03, 2013
Bristish illustrator Mark Wilkinson’s work has been adorning the cover sleeves of Rock and Metal albums for decades. His work for bands like Judas Pr…
By on Feb 27, 2013
German visual artist Andreas Marschall is widely known as one of Metal's quintessential illustrators, his works having adorned album covers for decad…
By on Feb 21, 2013
In 2012, ten years into their career, California’s As I Lay Dying released their sixth studio album titled Awakened. With the help of legendary Black…
By on Feb 08, 2013
Despite the mainstream success and commercial appeal of Van Halen's 1984, this mega-selling album was released with some accompanying controversial i…
By on Jan 24, 2013
This is the second part to our "A Guide to (some of) the Best Metal Album Covers of 2012" posting last week. As we know, cover artwork was a big thin…
By on Jan 11, 2013
As far as Metal music goes 2012 was one of the most interesting years in a long time. Masterful albums such as Sigh's In Somniphobia, Ihsahn's Eremit…
By on Jan 04, 2013
In 2005, legendary North American illustrator Joe Petagno published via Feral House the book "Orgasmatron: The Heavy Metal Art of Joe Petagno". The i…
By on Dec 20, 2012
Veteran visual artist Paul Raymond Gregory seems to be one of the busiest personalities in the world of heavy Metal. The British painter and illustra…
By on Dec 05, 2012
Let’s compare the first half of Guns N' Roses' roller coaster-like career with a winning hand in a card game. We have the mega-selling, game-changer
By on Nov 16, 2012
"To follow your own vision without compromising and conforming to other people’s demands and expectations would make you a king in what people would…
By on Oct 18, 2012
In many ways, Cynic’s 1993 debut full-length, Focus, was such a revolutionary recording that even by today's standards it still sounds as current as…
By on Oct 11, 2012
This is it! Unlike our mix-up last week, we present with the fourth and final episode in our And Justice For Art mini series dubbed "Metal Artists' A…
By on Oct 04, 2012

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