Sorry for the slightly late release of this week’s DigiMag, but when you open it and see all of the goodness we have for you this week, you will understand why!
Carcass grace the cover, with Dave Griffiths plying the band for information on their new album, Torn Arteries. We also speak with Tardus Mortem, Fabrizio Grossi, Trevor Dunn – better known for his work with Mr. Bungle, Fantomas and Tomahawk – about his new project Sperm Church, Bloodphemy, Inglorious and Little King!
The HEAVY hitters have all dropped new songs this week, and we bring you up to date with new tracks from Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie, Thoughtcrimes, Korpiklaani, Angels & Airwaves, Myles Kennedy, Twelve Foot Ninja, We Came As Romans, Bad Wolves, The Night Flight Orchestra, Carnifex, Beast In Black, Mertucio, Dead Slow, Bound In Fear and 100 Years War, PLUS we premiere the great new track from Gutterfire!
There’s up-to-date news on a new line of heavy metal action figures through Back In Black, plus Kimura‘s upcoming album and all the latest on the HEAVY stage at this weekend’s Moondoll Music Festival in Brisbane.
Our review team have run their ears over plenty of new releases, with Inglorious, Spiritbox, Duckwalk Chuck, I Am Duckeye, TesseracT and Andrew W.K all putting out albums/EP’s and this week our man in the U.S, Robert Forte, brings you his review on the recent Avatar show in Boston.
HEAVY Cinema is chock full to the brim as well, with interviews with the stars of Demonic and Disclosure, plus reviews of the new blockbusters Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings, and Disclosure.
We bring you the new trailers for No Time To Die, Belfast, Malignant, Shepherd and The Addams Family 2, plus the new posters for Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Diary Of A Wimpy Kid…
Told ya I wasn’t fucking around!
Enjoy kiddies, and until next week, stay HEAVY