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Interview: Swans, Prong, and Godflesh drummer Ted Parsons

A chat with the man behind some of the heaviest music of the ’80s and ’90s.


Wrestling-Themed Black Metal: An Interview with Lives Of The Kemet

Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy gets the lowdown on one of the more fascinating concept albums of the past year.


beat:repeat NYC: Anthrax’s “I Am The Law”

Anthrax’s Charlie Benante replays a thrash metal classic, and watches as Ninja Tune producer Lee Bannon transforms it into something new entirely.


Black Magic: Jazz and Metal’s Unholy Union

Hank Shteamer uncovers the rich overlapping history between two genres that seem to have little to do with one another.


Interview: Mick Barr

A lengthy chat about jazz, metal and improvisation with one of the scene’s most extraordinary guitarists.


Stephen O’Malley

The Osiris of drone metal discusses twenty-minute songs, tube amps and Terry Riley


Egyptrixx’s Black Metal for Dummies

The Toronto DJ/producer offers up a guide to one of his favourite genres.


Interview: Hunter Hunt-Hendrix Of Liturgy

The front man for the controversial transcendental black metal outfit speaks his mind – and recommends some provocative books in the process.


These New Pagans: An Exploration Of Neo-Paganism

In honour of this week’s summer solstice, Mark Pilkington looks at some of the tribes, and their music, who will be celebrating.


A Beginner's Guide To Doom And Stoner Rock

In their illustrated Beginner's Guide To Doom And Stoner Rock, Lilo Jimmy Batista and Naga Wika map the connections in a tangled web of musical ties.