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FAREWELL TO ARMS – Perceptions.

German quintet deliver a very special debut indeed.   Debut albums can be a bit hit and miss sometimes, quite often a band can try too hard to cram everything in to impress and end up falling short of the mark. Some can demonstrate a bands fragility and lack of …

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Adorned Brood – Kuningaz

Adorned Brood return to reclaim the crown of Pagan Folk Metal.         New comers Adorned Brood certainly are not, having been trailblazing their brand of Folk Metal before anyone else knew what Folk Metal was. ‘Kuningaz’ is the bands debut release for German label Massacre Records and …

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ASYLUM PYRE interviewed for Planetmosh.

Following the release of the excellent ‘Fifty Years Later’ album, Planetmosh caught up with the rising stars of French Symphonic Metal, Asylum Pyre and spoke to guitarist and co vocalist Johann Cadot about the bands history, how the current album came about and the bands future plans.   Firstly, take …

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LED ASTRAY interviewed for Planetmosh.

On the back of the release of the album ‘Decades Of Addiction’ we caught up with the Eastern German Death Metal band Led Astray to find out a little bit more about what makes them tick ,the album ,future plans, etc. Thanks for taking the time to talk to us …

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REBELLION – Arminius, Furor Teutonicus.

One of Germany’s true Metal giants return bigger and badder than ever.   Rebellion’s biography reads like a film script, formed in 2001 by Tomi Gottlich and Uwe Lulis following their split from Gravedigger, the band went on to forge a huge and loyal following and enjoyed great success on …

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KAOTIK – Starving Death.

Some of the finest Canadian Death Metal money can buy!   Formed in Quebec, Canada in 2007, it’s only since signing to German Metal label giants Massacre Records that Kaotik finally and truly get the chance to project their brutal brand of old school Death Metal upon the unsuspecting international …

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SARATAN interview, the Polish Metalers speak to Planetmosh.

On the back of the release of their stunning album ‘Martya Xwar’, Planetmosh caught up with Jarek Niemiec, vocalist and bass player and Robert Zembrzycki, the bands live guitarist to talk about the bands history, the Polish Metal scene, touring and loads more.   Firstly, thanks for taking time to …

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RETALIATORY MEASURES – Withdrawal Syndromes

Finland, yet again unleashes a monster of a Metal band onto the rest of the world.   Formed in 2009, Retaliatory Measures went through a few line up changes and a settling down period, including a demo release before finding the current line up. The excellent Massacre Records snapped the …

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LOVE. MIGHT. KILL – 2 Big 2 Fail.

Top class Melodic Hard Rock from a band on top of their game.   ‘2 Big 2 Fail’ is the second album release from the German 6 piece, and really is a triumphant and well produced collection of classic feel good Rock. Right from the off with opener and keyboard …

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LED ASTRAY – Decades Of Adddiction

The German six piece show how to combine classic Death Metal with cutting edge riffs.   From the land formerly known as East Germany and now known as….Eastern Germany come Led Astray with their second full length release and their first since signing with Massacre Records. ’Decades Of Addiction’ will …

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SARATAN – Martya Xwar.

From start to finish Saratan deliver a masterpiece of Death/Thrash Metal.   The band formed in their native Poland back in 2003 and have since been honing their craft and developing into what we see today. ‘Martya Xwar’ represents Saratan’s third full length release and is without doubt their strongest …

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Danish Death Metal heroes ILLDISPOSED talk to Planetmosh.

We grabbed a chat with the most excellent Illdisposed to talk about their current album, the state of the music industry in these troubled economic times, and the bands future plans. Firstly, many thanks for taking time to talk to us. Illdisposed can trace their roots back way back to …

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SCORNAGE – An interview with the German Thrash Metalers.

Planetmosh caught up with vocalist Guido Grawe of German Thrash Metal bad boys Scornage to talk about the bands history, current album ‘ReFEARance’ and much more.   Welcome to Planetmosh guys. Firstly, let’s go all the way back to the beginning of the bands history, how did it all start? …

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MACBETH – ‘Weiderganger’

The German Thrash merchants unleash a powerful beast of an album. The bands history could honestly read like a play from the great bard himself, banned from playing live in their native East Germany, two tragic suicides, splits, reformations, line up changes, the dramas seem never ending, how on earth …

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SINISTER – ‘The Carnage Ending’

The Dutch Death Metal legends deliver a gem of an album that will send you reeling.   With roots way, way back in 1989 Dutch Death Metal giants Sinister are absolute legends of the genre, spewing out album after album throughout the 90’s of top class, top drawer Metal that …

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I SPIT ASHES – An interview with the German Metalcore giants.

We caught up with guitarist Emanuel Seis from I Spit Ashes to talk about the bands history, the current album and future plans.   Firstly, many thanks for your time. I’d like to start by getting to know the origins of the band in its present form, I believe you …

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ILLDISPOSED – Sense The Darkness.

  The mighty Danes return to lay waste to your stereo.   This represents the bands twelfth studio release and may well be one of the finest albums they have come up with, if not ever than at least since 2008’s ‘The Prestige’. Illdisposed are a really underrated band in …

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ENCHANTYA – Dark Rising.

Portugal’s Enchantya deliver a superb debut album to rock your socks off.     Formed in 2004 when vocalist Rute Fevereiro decided to take a break from Portugal’s first all female Metal band ‘Black Widow’. The early days saw a demo (Moonlighting The Dreamer) released in 2005 and then following …

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Nina Vetterli-Treml of 69 Chambers interviewed.

Backstage at this years Metal Female Voices Fest I got to meet and talk to Nina Vetterli-Treml, vocalist and bass guitarist with 69 Chambers, and one of the most focused and professional people I have had the pleasure of talking to. We talk about the festival, current album ‘Torque’, touring …

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