United States Archive

Lecherous Nocturne

– Hails!! The last time Forbidden touched base with Lecherous Nocturne, it was through the band’s former vocalist, shortly after the Immolation tour. How have the line-up changes since then altered the chemistry and sound of the band, in general? I don’t think it has changed much. The instrumental core of the band has been [&hellip

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Nyogthaeblisz – Apocryphal Progenitors of Mankind’s Tribulation

The entire Black/Death or “War Metal” as some people call it (regardless of whether or not it has anything to do with the art of combat or warfare at all) is so incredibly overdone that just hearing the term is becoming tiresome. Nyogthaeblisz offers something much more intense than any other band that has ever [&hellip

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Frosthelm

Please give Forbidden readers a brief but brutal history of the band! When, where and why did the band form?Frosthelm started in the spring of 2009 as the satanic spawn of a band called Servium, based in Minot, ND. We experimented for almost a year with different sounds and musical styles. When we found something [&hellip

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Manticore

  Hails Manticore! You are currently on tour with Deiphago, scheduled to destroy Philadelphia tonight with one more stop in Brooklyn before the battle is over. Tell us a few highlights from this campaign! Hails!! This tour has been insane! The people in the Midwestern and northeastern US are extreme maniacs!! Philly was a great [&hellip

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Hirax

HIRAX has a long and winding road behind them, starting in 1984. What do you remember most about the metal scene back in the 1980s? What would you say most influenced the sound of HIRAX back then? In the 1980s, when HIRAX first started out, it was a wild frontier of thrash metal. Basically, we [&hellip

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Castle – In Witch Order

U.S. metal act, Castle, simply put…SLAYS!!!! Possibly it’s the rough and aggressive female vocals balanced out with an uncertain seductiveness. I’m somewhat thinking of something like Pentagram and Pale Divine fronted by Reino Ermitano vocalist Tanya Duarte, but even that isn’t quite where this bands sound is. Although clearly doom like, this release is obliterating [&hellip

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PanzerBastard – Centurion

Proudly boasting their Boston roots while spitting in the face of genre-defining beard strokers everywhere, PanzerBastard kick the door down with their five round, fight-to-the-finish EP, Centurion. By showcasing their appreciation for all things heavy, even the most discriminating metal enthusiast will find their palette satisfied in the 16 minutes that comprise Centurion. Remember how a gritty guitar, crunching alone [&hellip

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Desolatevoid – The Last Van Zant – The Parish

This 3 headed beast offers listeners a diverse spectrum of down-to-earth, doom and blues inspired music that plays like a good story with a definitive beginning, middle and end. Opening up this release is Crimes Against Humanity Records boss Nick Carroll and his Sabbath-spawned Desolatevoid who set the standard with 5 upbeat tracks that contain only [&hellip

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Vintage Flesh

This Interview was submitted by Peruvian Underground Master Tchort Check out his support : http://www.myspace.com/leo_tchort http://thelegionoftchortzine.blogspot.com/ T: Your band have many influencies but you think which is the sound of Vintage Flesh? Reverend John Hex: I dont know where our main influence comes from. For us it is more of a mission to scare the [&hellip

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