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Blood Duster: Grinding for Doc

The death of Doc Neeson has touched all parts of the Australian music scene...

Melbourne grind metal band Blood Duster aren’t usually ones to hold back from promoting anything for self-gain, though this time it’s different.

Hell City Glamours - Deux (Own Label)

Sad to relate, but the fat swan has started singing for Sydney's finest...

Sydney’s Hell City Glamours are, without doubt, the finest band I’ve come across in the eleven years I’ve been in Australia, and it’s with great sadness that I co

Steve 'Zetro' Souza: Still Thrashing After All These Years

'At fifty, you're like - oh shit! I gotta get things done!'

As Metal As Fuck has celebrated 30 Years of Thrash this past month, it seems appropriate to have a chat with Mr.

Neil Turbin: "To say there are only four big thrash bands is an elitist mentality"...

The man who co-wrote Metal Thrashing Mad takes part in our Metal Thrashing May celebrations!

Neil Turbin is one of Metal as Fuck's favourite vocalists.

Invertia's Dave Coppola: "Thrash is in the hearts of those that do it well"

Creating Industrial black metal may be Dave's day job - but he still loves a bit o'thrash...

Metal Thrashing May may well nearly be done, but we're still getting people ready willing and able to submit to our thrash grilling! Dave, thanks for being part of this!

Sam Bean of The Senseless: "Give me a serious song trying to bust some fucking heads!"

WARNING: Megadeth fans of a sensitive disposition turn back now!

Hello Sam, welcome to Metal as Fuck. We're talking thrash, which is good as you seem to have some strident thoughts on the subject! First of, the Big Four, what do you think? Who'd be in yours?

Truth Corroded's Jason North: "There is no better feeling than yelling SLAYER!!!! as loud as possible"...

When it comes to thrash, Jason North knows his onions, so we thought we'd better give him the chance to share his thoughts on the subject...

Truth Corroded have, over the last few years, forged a reputation for themselves as one of Australia's leading thrash outfits, so we really couldn't not involve them in our Metal Thrashing May acti

Cain Cressall of Malignant Monster: "I see thrash as a natural progression in extreme music"

Cain Cressall: He knows thrash...

It’s thirty years since thrash metal really established itself on the metal landscape, so we want to know your thoughts on this still-relevant genre – thanks for taking part!

Carcass' Bill Steer: "We have a little bit of harmony with our past.”

The softly spoken British guitarist has a chat with MaF ahead of his impending Australian tour with the legendary Carcass.

Ah, the joys of international phone coverage.