In between the recording of their upcoming third album and a busy summer touring schedule, British rockers Voodoo Six stepped in to save the day last week, picking up a Friday spot on the Download Festival bill. We spoke to Tony Newton, the founder, bassist and ”Glorious Leader” of Voodoo Six ahead of their Red Bull Bedroom Jam stage performance about new material, touring and studio collaborations[...]
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4ARM, already a ferocious force in the Australian metal scene, have set the world in their sights since the release of their third album ‘Submission For Liberty’. We caught up with drummer Michael Vafiotis ahead of their Saturday June 9th performance at this years Download Festival as part of our Sick Summer Six interview series to find out what the four piece thinks about performing with metal legends and their recent international breakthrough [...]
With Download Festival fast approaching,
what better way is there to get familiar with the weekends line up
than to become acquainted with the bands themselves?
In the first of our ‘Sick Summer Six’ interview series we chatted to rising Exeter metallers Sanguine about their reputation,
touring and going unplugged.
Bristol based noise quartet Turbowolf are a band with a self described “shared love of the peculiar and unusual” so it should be no surprise that, with a little help from Jägermeister, the band were selected to interview world renowned conspiracy theorist David Icke at his home on the Isle of Wight. The video, produced in association with Artrocker Magazine is part of a series of ‘Icebreaker’ interviews[...]
Shortly before their August 10th Performance at Newcastle basement venue Legends, Necromag sat down with the antipodean overlord of industrial, Angelspit’s Zoog Von Rock to discuss the finer points of blipverts, Star Trek, rioting, liquid latex and touring like a road warrior. We discovered that there is far more to Angelspit than just turning up and rocking out.
Skitty Cat is as skitty as the name suggests. Brand owner and skilled maker Jo Blair is more than a flighty feltress, constructing inspired hand made outfits and accessories from scratch with quality and uniqueness at their core.
Recently Necromag was granted the irresistible opportunity to meet and interview the man behind the aggrotech kings Combichrist themselves, the one and only Andy Laplegua. Read on to hear what the quirky and friendly Scandinavian scamp had to say when Necromag prodded and pried their way into his head. Necromag: What is Combichrist? Who do [...]
Erk Aicrag is already well established in the industrial scene as a member of Hocico, one of the acts that helped define the aggrotech subgenre. This tour sees Erk play the role of front man in his fledgling project Rabia Sorda, playing support for Combichrist. This is not just Erk playing around. Rabia Sorda is the vehicle for his emotional introspection and experimentation.