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TO THE BONES Interview

The Metal As Religion Grand Inquisitor caught up with TO THE BONES at HAMMERFEST VI (The Book of the Dead) HOW WAS YOUR HAMMERFEST SHOW – WHAT WAS IT LIKE FROM YOUR PERSPECTIVE? Great, It was amazing to play that big room. We loved it. We were on early … but it was really busy…

TesseracT Interview

TesseracT are a British progressive metal band formed in 2007. They are currently signed to Century Media Records. They are credited as one of the bands to pioneer the ‘djent’ movement in progressive metal. As of 2013, Tesseract have released two studio albums, One and Altered State. New singer Ashe O’Hara (previously with the band…

VREID Interview

Following up the critically acclaimed and Norwegian Grammy-nominated album ”V”, the Norwegian band Vreid (Translated: Wrath) is back with their new opus “Welcome Farewell”, displaying a new and fresh approach to their already trademark sound. The Vreid Brigade’s music is often referred to as ”Black & Roll”, and Metal Hammer UK described their music as “a unique…

RAVEN BLACK NIGHT Interview

Interview with Raven Black Night by Neil Mach on Friday March 08 2013 Raven Black Night are a true/metal doom band from Adelaide South Australia.  After forging a new partnership with Metal Blade, Raven Black Night has now released a stunning new album ‘Barbarian Winter‘ reviewed here >>   http://metalasreligion.com The Grand Inquisitor at METAL…

NEVERWORLD Interview

Neverworld – born out of the ashes of two Hertfordshire based UK bands – (Sentinal and Killer Messiah) – are a 5 piece traditional heavy metal band..  In Oct 2010 they released their début EP ‘Welcome to…’ The Grand Inquisitor had the opportunity to have a quiet chat with Ben Colton (Vocals and guitar) from Neverworld…

CULT OF LUNA Interview

Cult of Luna is a Swedish post-metal band from Umeå. They formed from the remnants of the hardcore punk band called Eclipse in 1998. Cult of Luna’s sound has progressed from material that was strongly influenced by doom metal, to a much less aggressive and more interesting orchestrated variant. Fans and critics have termed this…