There’s been lots happening this past seven days, and in case you missed anything, here’s the weekly DigiMag to bring you up to speed!
Asking Alexandria are dropping their new album See What’s On The Inside tomorrow, and lead singer Danny Worsnop gave us 15 minutes of his time to chat about what to expect. We also catch up with Hypocrisy frontman Peter Tagtgren to hear about their first album in 8 years and Trey from Invent Animate called up to chat about their new EP and the personal nature of the subject matter.
We have tonnes of new music from The Darkness, The Electric Mud, Converge, Jeff Scott Soto, SNAFU, Afterthoguht, Dead Mall, Ross Jennings, Pathology, Beyond The Black, Mayday Parade, As I Lay Dying, Dead Slow, Toothdriver, Running Wild, Fuel and Feeding The Wolves, plus we premiere the new single Puppet from Brisbane outfit Krave.
Light The Morning Star have also dropped an awesome new album, so check out the premiere feature on that as well.
Our review team run their ears over the new albums from Alien Weaponry, Minus Life, Hatescope, Into The Valley Of Death, Asking Alexandria and Written By Wolves and that’s all before we even get to HEAVY Cinema!
We feature an interview with one of the stars of V/H/S/94, plus our team reviews the latest movies Freakscene: The Story Of Dinosaur Jr., The Parpod Movie, Boss Level, Reminiscence, Scare Me and Random Acts Of Violence and there’s all the latest news on Free Guy coming to Disney + and The Book Of Boba Fett.
Of course, what would HEAVY Cinema be without the latest blockbuster trailers, and this week we bring you Welcome To Earth, The Lodger, The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain and Spencer!
So strap in ladies and metalheads, and until next week, stay HEAVY.