Nidingr's Teloch talks about Norwegian culture, both old and new. Published January 31 2011
Kylesa's Laura Pleasants lays down the facts about her band's latest album and future endeavors. Published January 25 2011
D.C.'s Black Cat Backstage hosted Kylesa, Zoroaster and Fight Amp's sound and fury. Published January 22 2011
Kylesa, Zoroaster and Fight Amp team up for a loud night on 14th St. Published January 20 2011
Immolation's latest record adds another gem to their death metal crown. Published January 18 2011
Nidingr return from hibernation with a raw cut of ravaging music. Published January 12 2011
Zoroaster's latest album is a solid, spaced-out affair. Published January 7 2011
Atlanta's Kylesa clean up their act, producing a slicker, more streamlined album. Published January 4 2011
Mark Hensch is a heavy metal fanatic who has been scribing about the genre since 2003. A Grand Rapids, Mich. metalhead, Mark also writes for www.thrashpit.com while serving as its editor. He maintains a recurring column there called ...Read More
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