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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
Welcome to the third installment of "Metal Artists' All-Time Favorite Album Covers". While last week we were under the impression that this would be…
By on Sep 27, 2012
Last week both veteran and upcoming Metal artists talked about some of their all-time favorite album covers and the long lasting impressions and infl…
By on Sep 21, 2012
Everyone, metal musicians included (unless of course you are Devin Townsend), has a favorite album cover. At some point in their lives, these musicia…
By on Sep 13, 2012
Vulgar Display Of Power was definitely the album that catapulted Pantera into the role of quintessential American Metal band of 90's.
By on Aug 24, 2012
By the time Dominican Republic‘s melodic death metal quintet Archaios got signed by Tampa Bay's Dark Canvas Records, they had already been fighting f…
By on Aug 16, 2012
What else could be said that hasn't been said before about Anthrax's seminal 1987 masterpiece Among the Living?
By on Aug 09, 2012
This Californian quartet knows better than most about the payoffs of adopting the independent artist model. While they have enormously contributed to…
By on Aug 02, 2012
Avant-garde Metallers SIGH are certainly a one-of-a-kind band. Theirs is an unprecedented concoction of styles that goes from Black/Death Metal, Retr…
By on Jul 26, 2012
Despite the commercial and gigantic critical success of the highly influential albums Human (1991) and Individual Thought Patterns (1993), many consi…
By on Jul 19, 2012
PureGrainAudio would like to welcome you to the beginning of these series called "...And Justice For Art".
By on Jul 11, 2012

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