Category Archives: BAND INTERVIEWS

Blitzkrieg – Judge Not!



The pioneers of Heavy Metal – Blitzkrieg – strike back! Judge Not! is the newborn child of the mighty Kriegs after Three years since the release of ‘A Time of Changes: 30th Anniversary Edition’.

Album contains eleven brand new tracks and a cover of Alice Cooper – School’s Out!



1. Heretic
2. Who Is Blind
3. Forever Is a Long Time
4. Reign of Fire
5. All Hell Is Breaking Loose
6. Angels or Demons
7. Loud and Proud
8. Without You
9. Judge Not, Lest You Yourself Be Judged
10. Wide Legged and Headless
11. Falling into Darkness
12. School’s Out (Alice Cooper cover)



Blitzkrieg was formed in October 1980 after signing a record deal with Neat Records, a label that was signing many of the bands involved with the new wave of British heavy metal (NWOBHM) movement. In the early stages of Blitzkrieg’s career they regularly produced gigs in England, but then later split in 1981.

Brian Ross most notably went on to join Satan, another metal band, along with stints in Avenger, Lone Wolf and Unter den Linden. In 1984 Ross and fellow founding member Jim Sirotto, along with guitarist Mick Proctor (ex-Tygers of Pan Tang), bass player Mick Moore (of Avenger) and drummer Sean Taylor (Satan/Blind Fury, ex-Raven) then decided that it was time to record the Blitzkrieg album that was originally planned to be released in 1981, A Time of Changes. It was later released in 1985. Blitzkrieg released 10 Years of Blitzkrieg in 1991. The released Unholy Trinity in 1995. The album Ten was released in 1997. The Mists of Avalon was released in 1998.

Ross was then involved in a car accident, which temporarily kept Blitzkrieg from playing. After he recovered, the band released the albums, Absolute Power (a studio album), Absolutely Live (a live album) and Sins and Greed. On 10 August 2007, Blitzkrieg released their album Theatre of the Damned through their record label Armageddon Music.

Blitzkrieg is the seventh track from Metallica’s 1998 album Garage, Inc. second disc. It was written by Ian Jones, Jim Sirotto and Brian Ross, with a length of 3:36. Originally released by Blitzkrieg in 1981 as a B-side to the “Buried Alive” single, Metallica had already released their version on 1984’s “Creeping Death” single (aka Garage Days Revisited). Metallica have played this song live 82 times. The first time was March 14, 1982, in Anaheim, CA.



Lineup,Brian Ross – Vocals, Ken Johnson – Guitars, Alan Ross – Guitars, Huw Holding – Bass, Matt Graham – Drums


Morpholith – Debut EP ‘Void Emissions’

Void Emissions is the debut EP of Morpholith which released on April 20, 2018. It contains three tracks of total running time of 29 minutes. Band seem very promising as they walk the path of stoner and doom in their own unique way and i will hopefully wait for their full length in the near future.

Grasping for air Timed despair Brought by the earth itself Kindling the light Omnicide End all life left in the world. Search for all time Beyond hell. Taken from – opening track ‘Chronolust’.




1. Chronolust
2. Misanthrope
3. Voidwalker



Lineup,Snæbjörn – Víðir – Stefán – Hörður – Jónas


Half Past Eight (GER) – Of Loss and Belief

Band formed back in 2011, Johannes, former bassist Max, and Florian, knew from school and started playing together. Soon thereafter Kevin joined, whom got to know over youtube, because he did guitar covers just like Flo and another youtuber advised him of his channel.

Band started rehearsing and writing songs, named themselves Half Past Eight (short HPE) and played the first live gig in December 2012. Until now they have played far over 50 gigs and shared the stage with various bands (best known should be Deadlock).

Some of the influences are: Trivium, Machine Head, Lamb of God, Amon Amarth, August Burns Red.


1. Of Loss and Belief

2. The Black Tides of Styx

3. Forsaken and Divided

4. Agitator

5. Memoria

6. Samsara

7. Saligia

8. A Valkyries Martyrdom

9. Totentantz

10. Sekai no Yami

11. Afterlife

12. Sustained


CHAINBREÄKER – Wasteland City

The four-piece from Linz surprised many of the people present, because despite their youthful age, were able to show high – class playing.

Classic, strong 80s Thrash / Speed Metal could be heard in the “Rockhouse” and tackled many a decent grin in the face.

Even visually, the four appeared as directly from the 80s – tight pants, bullet belts and white sneakers

CHAINBREÄKER have internalized the straighten thrash not only musically but also visually.
Stormbringer Magazine Live Review „Metal for Jakob“, 18.03.2017




1. Merciless Eyes

2. Wasteland City

3. Oldschool Attitude

4. Fuck Shit Up

5. Breaking the Chains

6. Awakening of Evil

7. Mind Control

8. Blood for Blood

9. Rain of Ruin

10. Acid Attack



Lineup, Christoph Ley (Guitar & Vocals) – Stefan Bruckner (Guitar & Backvox) – Jan Fisselberger (Bass & Backvox) – Jürgen Lengauer (Drums)


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By Kostas Dahmer

Deadly Carnage (IT) – ‘Through the Void, Above the Suns’ (Stream, Info & Artwork)

There is a sacred geometry in the whispers of the strings, creating music in the space between spheres, take a journey through the Void, above the Suns. Start to inhale quantic hummings, vibrating, chaotic energy fills the void following the first information given: Birth, Create.

Where no eye can create Matter with his sight, the real fabric of the universe create the basic pillars of the existence: the Hyle, in bright giant furnaces. And Cosmos can be called like so, following a second law: Procreate. So light trasmits the data of life. Light, Lumis, Light. Cosmos is living, Cosmos is breathing. And we are through Streams of Shine. Eye that creates Matter at sight, Matter that bends time at will, then Cosmos duplicate himself to be aware of his own potential.

Segments, Ifenes, portions of frozen spacetime. A view of a giant infinite fractalized universal Tree, where every branches are a pulse of a Divide in the storming dusts of time. From infinite possibilities, universe create a multiverse, channeling in this line of spacetime. This is the choosen path. Cosmos is living, Cosmos is breathing. And all goes to repeat where dilute gases uniform to the void, time’s exhale: End, Entropy.

Cosmos is living, then he follows the third and last order given: Destroy, dragging its charm of absolute emptiness. But we are a single breathe of his quantic lung, feeling again a geometry, whispers inside spheres. We are travelling inside his body to keep it alive.

Universe needs a conscious sentient being from the essence of stars. Cosmos is living. Cosmos is breathing.
And we are through Streams of Shine.



1. Quantum 01:42
2. Matter 05:08
3. Hyle 04:13
4. Cosmi 02:37
5. Lumis 05:35
6. Ifene 07:54
7. Fractals 03:13
8. Divide 07:15
9. Entropia 07:40


Lineup, Alexios – Vocals, Guitars Dave – Guitars Adres – Bass Marco – Drums



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By Kostas Dahmer

Vorbid (NOR) – Debut ‘Mind’ is out now.

Mind is the debut album of the Norwegians Vorbid. The album consists of five tracks, delivering fifty minutes of pure – aggressive, progressive thrash! Hat Tip to Megadeth, Slayer, Destruction and Vektor, uniquely combined with their own style and musical attitude


1. If There’s Evil (There’s People)
2. Zombie
3. Invention Intervention
4. To Mega Therion
5. Mind

Lineup, Michael Eriksen Briggs – Guitar and Vocals, Daniel Emanuelsen – Lead Guitar, Marcus Gullovsen – Drums, Jonas Tellefsen – Bass

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INSINERATEHYMN – ‘A Moment in a Vision’ is out.

INSINERATEHYMN is an upcoming Death Metal band from Los Angeles, CA, heavily influenced by bands such as Unleashed, Morbid Angel, Deicide, Edge of Sanity, Entombed, Pestilence, Sepultura.

Artwork by Karl Dahmer


✔ Enigmatic Voyage 05:38
✔ Caliginous Pneuma 03:25
✔ Seeking Immortality 04:53
✔ A Moment in a Vision 02:16
✔ Terminal Existence 05:16
✔ Putrid Hordes 03:52
✔ Temple of Solitude 03:13



Lineup, Hugo Gomez (Vocals), Demitree Rivera (Lead Guitar), Frank Montero (Lead/Rhythm Guitar), Miguel Martinez (Bass), Abraham Garcia (Drums)

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INTERVIEW: Joey Severance from Tornado

Interview with our own Wildchild and Joey Severance from the band Tornado.

Interview date: June 14, 2013.


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