The Metal Questionnaire – Ged Wolf, Atomkraft

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email First gig My first gig was Whitesnake at Newcastle City Hall in 1978 when I was thirteen. I believe Magnum were support on that show. My brother decided it was time to take me to my first rock gig and I have been hooked ever since. Most recent gig My most…

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MIND OVER MATTER – In the first instalment of a two-part feature MindWars’ Mike Alford tells the story behind the band’s new album, ‘The Fourth Turning’

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email The first thing that crops up in conversation is that the MindWars line-up has had not so much a change, as a bit of a tweak. “If you remember,” says Mike, “when MindWars formed, Roby [Vitari] was in Italy with me in Los Angeles. Out of necessity and to keep the…

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WHO’S WATCHING YOU? – Burton C. Bell and Jayce Lewis talk about ‘Apocrypha’, the new release from Ascension Of The Watchers

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Since opening their account with the self-funded ‘Iconoclast’ 12” and CD in June 2005 (a limited edition release with a run of just 500 EPs and 1,000 CDs), Burton C. Bell and John Bechdel’s Ascension Of The Watchers have evolved from a Fear Factory side-project to an innovative and exciting outfit…

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STUDIO REPORTS – with new releases due later this year from Holosade and Rekuiem we check in with Phill Brown and Steve Slater (below) to find out how things are progressing.

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Phill Brown, HOLOSADE How things are progressing? How’s the album sounding so far? “The album’s going to be called ‘Anastasis’ – it took a few hours to come up with the title but it means ‘resurrection’ which is what Holosade are kind of doing. So, after checking no other band had…

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The Metal Questionnaire – Phil Denton, guitarist, Elixir.

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email First gig Ian Gillan Band, on the ‘Clear Air Turbulance’ tour, 1977, at The Queensway Hall, Dunstable. My fifteen-year-old mates and I had recently discovered Deep Purple’s ‘Made In Japan’ album and played it to death. So, when we realised that Ian Gillan was playing at our local venue, we just…

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