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Currently Unsigned: Lord Impaler

You don't have to be a 'young' band to flourish outside the normal boundaries of 'the record industry'. Greek black metallers Lord Impaler have been around for sixteen years on the outer...

When we decided to turn the Metal as Fuck spotlight on bands without a record deal, we originally envisaged giving a leg up, profile-wise, to some young up-and-coming artists, mayb

Currently Unsigned: The Kraken

The second of our features on independent metal bands takes us to Adelaide, where something gargantuan is stirring...

We love big things at Metal as Fuck. Big noisy things, preferably, so what could be more bill-fitting than a heavy metal Kraken?

Dragonforce's Sam Totman on Maximum Overload

We chat to the guitarist about the band's new album.

Dragonforce are a band built on consistency.

Currently Unsigned: Malakyte

In the first of our season of interviews with independent metal bands, we have a chat with Aussie Thrashers Malakyte...

Greetings, and many thanks for kicking off our latest season of q & as! Who are you, and what role do you play in the band?

King Parrot's Matt Young: "Touring's Not all Groupies and Luxurious Travel Arrangements!"

"Maybe it’s a sign the bands maturing a little bit [Laughs] no probably not". Matt Young

Trudging through the highlands and making their way through a prompt east coast mission, Metal As Fuck caught up with King Parrot’s Matt Young aft

New Nightbringer Material: Hear It here first!

'Ego Dominus Tuus', the new album from the US black metal veterans, is released in September - but we've got a track from the album for your ear perusal today!

Ego Dominus Tuus comes as a huge surprise.

John Garcia on John Garcia...

Finally, after many years, we get a solo album...

John Garcia is wide awake and on the ball (well, running some lunch-time errands actually) but it’s 5:30am for me.

Wacken Celebrate 25 Years!! Part Three

"It was metal heaven, it was dirty and mean"

Throughout our expedition over the past few weeks unearthing the funniest, most bizarre and often foolish stories of our favourite bands playing Wacken Open Air over the years