After the Burial: interview with Under The Gun Review


Under The Gun Review has posted an interview with After The Burial in which they discuss their next release, the writing process, their goals and more. The band have been on the road for 8 months in 2011 and look forward to writing "the heaviest music possible and touring the world" in the months to come. A drumcam video for the song 'Your Troubles Will Cease and Fortune Will Smile Upon You' was posted earlier.

Read the interview on Under The Gun Review.

Tre Watson: interview with The Number Of The Blog available


The Number Of The Blog has published an interview with Carthage songwriter and guitarist Tre Watson, who recently released his first solo album. The album can be downloaded legally and free of charge from MediaFire. In the interview, he discusses his influences, plans for the future, and Star Wars.

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Metal blog No Clean Singing has published an interview with Eryn Non Dae. bassist Mika André. In it, he discusses the writing process, their recently released album Hydra Lernaia, the French metal scene, their influences and their plans for the future. He also indicates that they have already written five songs for their next release, which will be a full-length album. The blog also published a review of Hydra Lernaia yesterday.

Read the interview at "Math Metal Monday"


Metal blog has published an article titled "Math Metal Monday", in which a couple of technical metal releases of the past year are highlighted. The article discusses Silhouettes by Textures, The Sea of See Through Skins by Tardive Dyskinesia, Deranged Headtrip by CiLiCe and Lazarus by Hacride.

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