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Lemmy Kilmister Dies at Age 70

Lemmy Kilmister Dies at Age 70

“One of the most recognizable and colorful faces in heavy metal is no longer with us. Lemmy Kilmister, founder or proto-metal legends Motörhead, passed away earlier this evening at the age of 70. Though there were reports of recent health issues and a series of canceled performances, I don’t think anyone expected such a tragic end to come so soon.”

Interview With Jon Mikl Thor – God of Thunder and Metal

Interview With Jon Mikl Thor – God of Thunder and Metal

“Jon Mikl Thor (Thor to you mere mortals) is the real most interesting man in the world. From champion bodybuilder to Vegas entertainer, early adapter metal maven, actor and business owner, he’s been so many things that it simply boggles the mind. After making metal music since the 70s, he’s still excited to be writing and releasing new music and getting back on stage to flex his creative muscles. With a new album on the shelves and an award winning documentary shining light on his travels and trials, Thor is enjoying a late career renaissance few would have expected. Despite a hectic schedule, the man behind the myth was gracious enough to discuss his incredible life story with me and opine on where the Fates have taken him.”

Interview With Tymon Kruidenier of Our Oceans

Interview With Tymon Kruidenier of Our Oceans

“What do you get when you throw former and current members of Cynic, Exivious, and Dodecahedron all together in a room to record music? If you said something like quasi-jazz infused blackened death fuckery, you’d be absolutely…wrong. Completely. Like, not even close. What you do get instead is some of the loveliest sounding prog rock you’ll hear all year. Who knew?”

Iron Maiden from Worst to Best: 15-13

Iron Maiden from Worst to Best: 15-13

“On the 4th of September Iron Maiden will release its 16th studio album. This new platter is slated to be a double-disc monstrosity by the name of The Book of Souls, and I’m currently listening to the promo and putting together an equally epic review of it. In honor of this, I’m going to take advantage of the moment to do something I’ve wanted to do for a very, very long time: a huge Iron Maiden retrospective, spanning the band’s entire studio discography.”