I’m not sure why, but this past week has seen an insane amount of interviews, music and news come across the HEAVY desk so what else is there to do but share it with you?
This week we feature From Ashes To New on the cover, talking us through their new album Blackout and why they conceptually shifted things back to their 2016 debut album Day One.
We also catch up with Caskets who are dropping a new album AND currently touring Australia with Windwaker, Dave Brown from The Mighty Boosh gets all gushy and sentimental with our own Coco Le Sex Bomb and even finds time to outline the reasons behind his visit to this country, plus we also feature interviews with We Came As Romans, Slash, Gangs Of Old Ladies and Sculforge.
As usual there’s a raft of new tour announcements, and we bring it to you first with tour news from The Poor, Chavez Cartel, Glitoris, Brewfest 2023, Incantation, To The Grave, Bullet For My Valentine, The Omnific and Osaka Punch.
I hope you have a few hours to kill because you will need it to digest all the new music from Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons, Captives, Pump5, MAL, Cadaver, Empire State Bastard, Two Times Shy, After The Flesh, Vicious Rain, Extreme, Heligen, Dying Wish, Heart Of A Coward, Jodo Chop!, Polaris, Marc Hudson, Violent Life Violent Death, Sevendust, Firewind, Duff McKagan and Hinayana.
That was exhausting enough just typing them all!
With new albums out or almost out from Sevendust, Better Lovers, Bad Juju, PistonFist, From Ashes To New and Mammoth WVH our reviewers haven’t had much rest, but luckily for you, they had a good enough listen to form an opinion which they gladly share with you here.
Our live team captured some great shots from Beartooth, Pierce The Veil and Eagles Of Death Metal and, last but not least, HEAVY Cinema brings you the latest and greatest from the silver screen.
Good luck with all of that, so until next time,