As a woman involved in the metal scene, I feel almost obligated to formulate an opinion on groupies. Before I begin doing so, I’ll give you my personal definition of a groupie, since it varies wildly from person to person and I want to make sure we’re [...]
Rock N’ Roll Heaven Record Store and Old Bridge Metal Militia are uniting to present the highly anticipated Reunion Concert and Fundraiser to benefit the victims of Superstorm Sandy. The concert will be held on May 11, 2013 at Encore Event Center in Freehold, NJ.
Last year I conducted an interview with Steve ‘Zetro’ Sousa for From The Vault on his days in Exodus and his new band, Hatriot. Earlier this month, Hatriot’s new album, Heroes of Origin was released and HearEvil had to chance to to interview another member of Hatriot, guitarist Kosta Varvatakis on the new [...]
In honor of Cliff Burton’s 51st birthday yesterday, this From The Vault is dedicated to the Metallica bassist who was killed in a bus accident on September 26, 1986 which left a void in the metal world forever.
I recently was asked if I wanted to review an EP by a band who although may have formed in 2010 are on their way to greatness. Adrenechrome released their debut EP “Hideous Appetites” this past November and all I can say is what a great disc from start to finish.
Photo credit: Jon Killz.
Gary Holt, Dave Lombardo, Nick Oliveri, and Amen guitarist Casey Chaos have joined forces to create a currently unnamed supergroup (more like super DUPER group). Holt is still touring with Lombardo and Slayer as a replacement for the spider-bitten Jeff Hanneman, and the musical chemistry between [...]
In today’s From The Vault, I wanted to add a Top 10 list of the albums I would consider my Top 10 albums of the 80′s. This wasn’t easy because there are so many albums that I wanted to include and when I asked many of my friends what their Top 10 would be, I heard so [...]
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HearEvil’s one-year anniversary is on December 21, 2012, the day the world is totally not going to end. Of course, the apocalypse is metal as hell, so I still wanted to write about it, but I didn’t want to mar our anniversary celebrations with all that “end [...]
Today we take a trip back to 1990 to a song off the Lights…Camera…Revolution! album by Suicidal Tendencies and a song that is one of my personal favorites, You Can’t Bring Me Down.
Doro Pesch, who has been on the metal scene for almost 30 years, is back with a new album and upcoming tour. She took the time out of her busy schedule to talk to HearEvil about all her exciting projects, her new album, the tour and so much more.