HEAVY Magazine / Digi-Mag Issue #116

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It’s been a couple of weeks between drinks, the music industry is still puckering along even without live music smashing ears across the globe, and we’re chugging along with it.

Over the last couple of weeks we developed some brand new features to the HEAVY website:

We’re expecting these two new editions to HEAVY to build over time to become a hub of all things heavy.

In this week’s HEAVY Digi-Mag Issue #116, we feature the one-and-only LAMB OF GOD. With their new album exploring topics such as exploitation, desperation and unrest it almost feels that Lamb Of God have written the soundtrack of 2020. For the band themselves though they felt that this was an important album for other reasons. Grammy Award nominations and being described as ‘one of the most important heavy acts of modern times’ aside they just wanted to deliver an album that felt like it was Lamb Of God.

“It is what we do and it is what we are accustomed to doing,” says lead guitarist Mark Morton when we begin to chat about this self-titled album. “But I have to say we were really excited about doing it. There were some unique conditions, it had been five years so there was real anticipation for us about the new material and what kind of shape it was going to take. We were talking about what kinds of styles would pop up because we were all really compiling song ideas on our own so there was a lot of material to pick through… there was a lot of raw material.” READ MORE

We also spoke to Australian extreme metal band ABRAMELIN. The term “Godfather’s of [insert genre here]”, in relation to Metal music specifically, is often bandied about all too freely to bands who are less worthy than others. There are few bands in Australia that can hold up to be true “Godfathers” of a genre where extreme metal is concerned. Abramelin is the one that holds that flag. Their contribution to death metal as a whole is second to none. The vocals of Simon Dower and songwriting of Tim Aldridge from their very first incarnation as Acheron set them apart from many well respected internationally recognised death metal bands in the early nineties. READ MORE

SPECIAL FEATURE: Discover new bands and new music in our popular HEAVY ‘n Fresh section. READ MORE

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