Metal United Down Under (MUDU), an ambitious project which aims to give Australian artists another avenue for exposure and raise further international awareness for Australian metal, went off without a hitch in 2014.
Voting on our 10th Anniversary Awards has closed and we would like to thank everyone who participated. It surely was a trip down memory lane for some and equally interesting to see which band won their respective category over the last 10 years.
It's that time of the year … the annual Metal Storm Awards are upon us.
In order to lead-in to the 2014 award, we thought we'd first look back and present you the option to help determine the best of the first 10 years. We've taken the winners you the readers picked and decided to pit them each against one another to determine the genre winners for the past decade.
May we present The 10th Anniversary Metal Storm Awards.
City council member Ralf Hofmann (SPD) has publicly apologized to, amongst others, Den Saakaldte for his false false accusations concerning band's alleged involvement in the so called "right-wing scene", with regards to the band's appearance at the Norwegian Hellcamp in Schweinfurt this October.
Poland's extreme metal band Hate are currently at the studio recording their new album tentatively named Crusade : Zero. The successor of 2013's Solarflesh will contain 8 new tracks and a few bonuses and is is tentatively scheduled for a worldwide release in November 2014 via Napalm Records. The sessions are taking place at this very moment at Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland with Wieslawski Brothers behind the console.
Gwar is known throughout the Universe for their outrageous stage show, irreverent humor and head pounding music, but now they have turned their demented eye to the food service industry and plan to open a restaurant later this summer in Richmond, VA.