INTERVIEWS

Alkira (Australia)

Metal-Roos: How would you describe Alkira’s sound? I don’t know… it has changed a little bit recently. We are definitely influenced by old school thrash metal bands and the good re-thrash bands. I guess darkish […]

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Sepultura Tour (Sydney, NSW)

5 October 2014 at Manning BarHeading out to the Manning Bar, I had a number of things running through my head about how this particular outing would play out. This was Sepultura's second tour in […]

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Lillye by Lillye

This five track self-titled EP by Sydney band Lillye manages somehow to transcend decades. Rooted firmly by the vocal sound of Virginia Lillye in the ’80s and ’90s, it’s most probably the sharp instrumental ebbs […]

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Accept (Germany)

Metal-Roos: Congrats on the new album, Blind Rage. It’s kind of an amalgamation of Accept’s two previous albums; the band seems re-energised and still very capable of churning out great albums? Easy, very easy, thankyou! […]

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Symmetry In Black by Crowbar

I do love Crowbar. They are just one of those bands that always seem to be unappreciated and underrated as they producing consistently uncompromising records with zero pretentiousness. Kirk Windstein, the singer/guitarist and only original […]

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Time To Die by Electric Wizard

Light the incense, the candles and anything else you might want to light because the new Electric Wizard album "Time to Die" has arrived with 9 tracks of unbridled, drug fueled, stoner riff brilliance. Electric […]

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New Atmosphere by Exist Within

Exist Within and their 4 track EP, New Atmosphere, is a nicely produced well executed little package dynamite and drama, with a surprising amount of detail and depth and contrasts that has you listening long […]