"A blastbeat is a kind of very, very rapid repeat hitting of the drums, usually in excess of 180bpms, so it sounds kind of like an apocalyptic typing pool," explains James Hoare, deputy editor of Terrorizer, the "World’s Leading Extreme Music Magazine" (this month: in the studio with Cannibal Corpse and tip for 2009: Trigger the Bloodshed).
\r\nÎˆχουν περÎ¬σει 2 χρÏŒνια απÏŒ τÏŒτε που η ραδιοφωνικÎ® εκπομπÎ® Metalzone δεν εκπÎμπει στα FM.
\r\nI believe music is the way we have in expressing our innermost emotions- fear, solitude, passion, turbulence – all those things which when we try to express them words run too thin. Having always in mind that the true artists are the ones who can express our silence I initiated in assembling a feature article on Evergrey.
Why heavy metal and classical fans make sweet music together
\r\nCATHERINE FEGA0N and CHARLOTTE CARMICHAEL \r\n
\r\nHAD he been alive today, Beethoven might well have been bosom buddies with heavy metal rockers Black Sabbath. \r\n
\r\nUnlikely as it may seem, fans of heavy metal and classical music have much more in common than most people would imagine, according to a new study. \r\n
\r\nLost in translation, fans of the metal music scene are carried away by the meaningless and yet essential categorization which characterizes the scene these past few years. The problem has spread to such extents that I believe it is about time a dictionary was created to explain the hundreds of idioms that have appeared. This situation is rather “useful” in order to include the numerous bands whose sound may be “hard” but whose music bears no relevance to metal music.\r\n
\r\nI was born Jonathan Aaron Steel, to the parents of William and Elizabeth steel. I am a Leo, born under the sign of the lion and I was raised in a lower middle class family with only one brother Michael whom I love dearly. He was five years my senior. My father’s nickname was Red which I could never understand why because his hair was sandy blond. Nevertheless, the name stuck. So when my brother was born my father became Big Red and my brother Little Red.
ΜÎσα της προηγοÏμενης δεκαετÎ¯ας (περιπου1996).
\r\nThe\r\nfollowing thoughts don’t really have much to do with music but then again maybe\r\nthey have everything to do with music. You see, I feel music is always\r\nexpressing our innermost feelings which we can’t express with words or phrases.\r\nAll these thoughts have been building up inside me for years and I guess it’s\r\ntime for me to share them. \r\n
\r\nBlackie Lawless, was born Steven Duren on 4th September 1956. He lived in Staten Island, New York, where he hung out with Ace Freley of Kiss Fame. At the age of 13, Blackie was stabbed in a fight and at 14 he was sent to Military School to learn discipline. After 18 months of a two year sentence he was thrown out after beating up a Sargent Major.