Sydney

The coming darkness: an interview with Watain

"I prefer Satanism to be discussed between Satanists."

Watain, those masters of malignant, malevolent majesty are returning down under once again with Behemoth and Bolzer for what has got to be the most evil tour graci

Dumbsaint announce new album, Panorama, in ten pieces.

The first single and short-film, Cold Call, was released on July 3 and can be seen in all its glory below.

Cinematic, instrumental four-piece Dumbsaint have announced the follow-up album to their acclaimed 2012 release Something That You Feel Will Find Its Own Form.

Vista Chino, Gay Paris, The Metro, Sydney, 28/01/2014

A mighty scoop of riffs and good times.

The Metro was sparsely filled when I arrived, which was hardly surprising. Sydney is an odd place to visit on a Tuesday night.

Captain Cleanoff: Keeping it Unclean

Captain Cleanoff is making a triumphant return to grind Sydney at the end of June. Guitarist Rohan corresponds with Metal As Fuck to bring the scene up to speed on what the band is up to these days, with a brief yet poignant appearance from bassist Jason P.C.

 

Steve Hughes: Metal Comedy is Serious Business (well, not really)

He’s the metalhead comedian and he’s here to destroy everything you think you know about the world. The cool thing is he’s got Dio as his soundtrack. Who is he? He’s Steve Hughes: Conspiracy Realist.

Dressed simply in black pants and shirt, Steve Hughes doesn’t really look like an affront to the building he stands in.