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Hi guys, for those who are not familiar with you, can you please tell us the genesis of Full of Hell and how the band came together? Hello! Full of Hell was started by our guitarist Spencer in 2009. The full lineup came together in 2010, and we have been

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So Anicon as it’s come to be was formed by both Owen and Nolan, correct? When you both originally met, what was the initial conversation and concept discussed in regards to project? Was there a general consensus had as to what you both were looking to do, or was it

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Led by husband and wife duo Erin and Katrin Powell (née Katrin X), Awen hail from Dallas, a city not normally associated with neofolk or martial music. Awen’s second LP, Grim King of the Ghosts, recently came out on Old Europa Café, and it showcases a style that ranges from

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I got the chance to sit down with the guys from Sannhet and we talked about various aspects of the sub-genres they are often attached to, along with other musings. Right off the bat, I hit it off with their drummer Chris, who was wearing a Youth Code shirt and I was wearing

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For those not familiar with Putrefaction, words like crusty metal, Motörhead, Hellshock and Mad Max are normally mentioned, which is quite apt. To be honest, I’ve been really looking forward to hearing what they were going to do next. And low and behold, here they are with a new ep

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Hey Jeff! First off, let me extend my thanks for taking the time do this via email while you guys are on tour. For those that are unfamiliar, you’re currently involved in playing guitar with The Great Old Ones. Outside of this, you also handle the band’s album artwork, correct?

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