Category: Interviews

5Q5A – Lvcifyre

Lvcifyre is heavy like a nightmare is heavy. Theirs is not a heaviness entirely born of volume or of sheer violence, though both are certainly present, and in spades. Their heaviness is more made of

5Q5A – Shroud Of The Heretic: Rising From The Pit

Originally written by Ian Chainey We often dissect how something sounds without really imparting how it feels. Sure, sometimes, that’s all the music asks of us. In most genres, you can get away with clinical

5Q5A – Prizehog

originally written by Erik Highter It’s an oversimplification to say that “unclassifiable” bands always slip through the cracks, but it’s too often the sad truth. Even in this day when nearly everything is available to

The European Answers – An Interview With Pestilence

originally written by Juho Mikkonen   For our final interview of this series, we invited Patrick Mameli of the almighty Pestilence to discuss a little bit about Consuming Impulse, a timeless death metal masterpiece that

5Q5A – Dead Instrument

From the land of Kierkegaard and King Diamond comes Dead Instrument, a grindcore four-piece that peddles perfectly blistering blasting. Think the hyperactive razor’s edge of Discordance Axis meets the turbo-charged attack of Yacøpsæ, duking it out in

Harbingers Of Pain, Possessors Of Power – An Interview With Whiplash

originally written by Juho Mikkonen Not many underground metal albums have been able to establish such a cult following as Whiplash’s 1985 full-length debut, Power and Pain (featured in the ninth installment of you know

5Q5A – Argus

originally written by Erik Highter In a just world, Argus would roam across the landscape, laying waste to every village they pass like the great rock gods of yore. Like Conan, they would crush their

5Q5A – Morgue Of Saints

The loneliness of the solo strummer? Disagreed, bud. Some men and women can turn their ten fingers into whole orchestras. Montrealer Elliot C. and his instrumental strain of sandy boogie, Morgue of Saints, is one