Exclusive Interview with 1782

1782 recently released their first self-titled full length album after a very fast track rise to notoriety in the Doom Metal scene stemming from their single “She Was A Witch”. Brian Hopson caught up with Marco Nieddu to discuss the new album, their goals [and gear!], the possibility of a tour and more!

Monje - Monje Album Review [2018]

Representing Buenos Aries, Argentina, young bloods Monje released their debut self-titled LP, releasing their own fuzz-filled sound into the passionate South American scene. With a summer of shows at the helm for the band, our new writer Ben Ambush fills us in on this 2018 release.

Whitechapel - The Valley Review [Metal Blade Records]

Throughout their illustrious and lengthy career, Whitechapel has garnered quite a large fan base. This time around with the heavily anticipated album, The Valley, Whitechapel goes a little deeper into more relatable things. Our contributor from the UK, James Bailey, gives us a heads up on what to expect from The Valley.

Metalhead Arts Project: Keith [England]

ARTS, CULTURE, INTERVIEWS

When you think the word “art”, many instantly think paintings, drawings, music, maybe even album art. But England’s Keith Thompson, owner and one man business For The Fly leather wear, expresses himself by modifying leather jackets and the like for well paying customers. No piece is the same and he can make your gear fit your personality. With the utmost kindness and professionalism, Keith is a very open minded person to work with.

Keith and I decided to share a virtual morning cup of coffee and I asked him about his music tastes, goals and the conceptual process of his work in regards to his For The Fly brand.

Metalhead Arts Project: Julia [Eastern Europe]

"A pastime in Eastern Europe for some people is spending days doing what is called “Urbexing”, or “Urban Exploring”. For example, visiting long abandoned places. Through these places, a young and aspiring Metalhead photographer carries on this pastime documenting her time there.

We sat down and spoke with Julia, who photographs these abandoned places, capturing the energy left behind through her own lens of dark image visualization."