Introducing…The Headbang For The Highway Battle Of The Bands winners Handed To The Thousands. These guys have a bright future ahead of them!
Check out Alex Hoffman, vocalist of the BEST Melodic Death Metal band out there, Fallujah discussing The Flesh Prevails, Summer Slaughter, and his role with the band
The homies from Upon This | Dawning let everyone know they’re reinvented and better than ever. Also, American dudes can easily bang Italian girls.
Lou Miceli, vocalist of one of the hottest bands on the touring circuit right now, Palisades lets us know why High & Low became a hit, their style, remix album, and those lovely shit talkers online.
Finally got to see the Sworn In dudes and talk with them about The Death Card, touring, haters, and their roots. BLEAGH!!!
Time and Place: July 24th,, 2014 at the Dirty Dog Bar in downtown Austin, TX.
Production Company: Texas Metal Collective.
Almost two weeks ago, Texas Metal Collective and Hoeks Death Metal Pizza threw a four day festival of heavy metal, beer and yes; you guessed it: pizza! Each day was a total blast from what I’ve heard from numerous friends who came out and supported, but with this review I’ll be focusing on Day One of the festivities (this was the only day I was able to make it out to unfortunately). So without further adieu, let’s jump right on into the music! [Read more...]
Rhode Island’s own Scare Don’t Fear weigh in on their first ever Warped Tour, signing with KBB Records, and hustlin’.
Vocalist Tim Goergen gives us the inside scoop on the themes behind Within The Ruins latest LP Phenomena as well as that sweet guitar ripple effect.
I caught up with Betraying The Martyrs vocalist Aaron Matts at the AllStars tour to talk Phantoms, Europe, touring, and his relationship with Mitch Lucker. He reveals some eerie details about his last conversation with Mitch. Don’t sleep on this!
I had to do a Full-On Feature of these dudes. One of the sickest metal bands coming out of Australia, yet again. Aversions Crown bring a twisted extraterrestrial apocalypse to DeathCore (songs Hollow Planet, Overseer). Just don’t call them Aliencore.
iHateTheScene: When will you cross over and tour the US?
Chris Cougan (Guitar): As soon as possible! As soon as the opportunity presents itself and we can afford it we will be on our way.
IHTS: How is it being a DIY metal band in Australia?
Chris: It’s tough but rewarding. Doing what you love takes sacrifice just like anything else in life. Most shows are at least nine hours apart so touring can be crazy at times. We didn’t really notice how different touring Australia was until we toured mainland Europe/UK. You drive 40 minutes down the road and you’re in another city with another 300+ people waiting to see you play. One good thing about Australian crowds is that they buy a ton of merch and recently more people have actually been buying CDs. [Read more...]