Tag: Type O Negative

Review: “Varþnaþer” by Åskog

Eight months ago, back in October, a three track demo, the first release from a newly formed Black Metal duo residing in Vänersborg, Sweden landed on our desk as they were shopping for labels and looking to give us a glimpse of what their barren World would look like when they finished the full length

NEWS: Transport League march on…

The satanic panic is over as Transport League have returned following a build up that seems like it has been eternity with the much hyped new single “March Kiss Die“. The new cut features the legendary Sal Abruscato of A Pale Horse Named Death and formerly Type O Negative and Life Of Agony fame, who’s

Exclusive Interview: Aois Innealan talk gear, stories and more (video)!

Forged in the fires of the South African Black Metal scene, solo project Aois Innealan (Age Of Machinery) has been creating Industrial Metal sounds that demand to be heard, releasing an EP pairing “Colossus” and “Mechanical Temple” in the past six months, not to mention a quartet of standalone tracks. We spoke to prolific Mastermind

Throwback: “Grey Flap” by Pist.On!

Is going all the way back to 1996 and “Number One“, the debut album from Staten Island New York Alternative Metallers Pist.On for “Grey Flap” as controversial as it appeared to be 25 years ago? The album, recorded at Systems Two Recording in Brooklyn New York with Type-O-Negative keyboard player Josh Silver in the production

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Type O Negative!

After 21 years together, American Gothic Doom Metal act Type O Negative lost their much loved and eccentric frontman Peter Steele. The 6ft 8in bassist and vocalist, known for his self deprecating sense of humor and vampire like appearance may have passed away in 2010 but his work lives on with seven studio albums and

NEWS: Aois Innealan cover Type O Negative!

When we spoke to Aois Innealan in a recent interview, we were faithfully promised a collection of single tracks to follow debut EP “Colossus“, however never in our wildest dreams did we expect anything so soon from the Industrial Black Metal South African solo project. Following a pair of singles released last month, we now

Review: “Self Titled” by Inner Circles

Dublin Ireland is the home of John O’Kelly, the one man multi instrumentalist behind Alternative Metal project Inner Circles. Adorned with cover artwork from visual artist Shane Reilly, who also created a music video for single “Possession” from the 1920’s film “Genuine: A Tale Of A Vampire” and with Mastering from Fergal Davis (Muse, Codes),

Review: “Self Titled” by Oceans of Slumber

The self titled record is often seen from the outside as a record that a band feels defines their sound and is perhaps the way that the artist collective see their musical journey continuing. Truth is, that often is not the case and most bands music shifts between recording naturally with the age of the

Exclusive Interview: Chasing Ghosts on “Bring Me Suffering”!

Earlier this week we reviewed the sophomore record from Milton Keynes based Melodic Metallers Chasing Ghosts. It comprises an intriguing trio of cuts which combine a male/female vocal harmony in different blends to achieve a mournful, yet rich vision. We had the pleasure of speaking to Lee Brueton (Songwriter, Bass, Synths) about “Bring Me Suffering“.

Review: “Bring Me Suffering” by Chasing Ghosts

The importance of getting the full potential from your material by getting the right person to do the mixing and mastering is something that is not lost of Milton Keynes based Melodic Metallers Chasing Ghosts. The quartet who comprise Lee Brueton (Songwriter, Bass, Synths), Ashley Clark (Rhythm Guitar), Rich Still (Drums) Harry Mitten (Lead Guitar)