Blood Red Throne: No Exceptions

Let the world burn!

The term ‘old-school’ is thrown around a lot these days; heavy metal bands cling to the ethos of that traditional sound.

Gojira: Soul

"We were just in this bubble full of creativity and freedom".

Gojira; a name that represents so much to so many - be it the groups involvement within environmental activism or the offering of some of the most prestigious music we have seen in

Symphony X: "We Just Let The Music Speak"

In the wake of releasing their ninth studio album ‘Underworld’, longstanding U.S. progressive metal band Symphony X are, for the first time, arriving on Australian shores for two ground-breaking shows this October.

This October, twenty-two years since forming in New Jersey in 1994, iconic progressive metal band Symphony X is bound for Australia.

Weedeater's Dave 'Dixie' Collins on Customs Officials, Politics and the Upcoming Australian Tour

Smoke it. Get High.

I’m on the phone to Weedeater’s bassist and vocalist Dave ‘Dixie’ Collins and the phone-line is making him sound like some kind of weird demon.

Despised Icon: Return Stronger Than Ever

One of deathcore's formative forces, Despised Icon, are back. Recharged and ready to go with a heavy-hitting new album. Alex Erian talks to Metal As Fuck about 'Beast' and returning to the band's roots.

After a seven-year hiatus, Despised Icon are back, stronger and

Kvelertak: Moving Forward By Looking Back

Kvelertak is one of the most distinctive heavy bands of this century. After developing an instantly recognizable sound, they face the unenviable task of changing. Metal As Fuck catch up with vocalist Erlend Hjelvik to talk about those changes and the new album.

Let me take you back to a far off time, June 2010, when Kvelertak seemed primed to take over the world.

Steel Panther: Suck My Dick

"Australia was one of the quickest places to embrace us because you guys just get what we do"

Ohh you know them.

A Few Choice Words With Whitechapel's Zach Householder

More groove. Less blasting. The Whitechapel fellows grow up...

No, he doesn’t sound like Bo or Luke Duke but there’s definitely a slight ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ twang to Zach Householder’s accent.

Rob Cavestany of Death Angel: A Firm Grip

"You can turn around at any given moment and the whole thing could disappear"

Death Angel

Lord Ahriman of Dark Funeral: The Souls of Black Metal

"Dark Funeral have never compromised in our music"

1993, what a year - the 1993rd year of the Common Era to be exact.