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Welicoruss Release Documentary “15 years of madness”


Symphonic black metal band Welicoruss has published a documentary about history of their band, entitled “15 years Of Madness” and dedicated to the band’s 15th anniversary.This film shows band from its inception to the present day, including many rare footage, backstages. Documentary is divided into two parts – in the first part – Alexey, the leader and founder of Welicoruss, and the former members tell what they have come to go through during the Russian part of their biography, and the second period – after Alexey’s relocation to Europe and next studio and tour activities. The film touches theme of development of metal music and metal scene in Russia and Siberia, as well as the reasons why Alexey left his native land.

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Crobar – Documentary To Save Soho Announced & Crowdfunder Halfway Point Hit


The Crobar, the much-loved rock and metal establishment on Manette Street, Soho, reaches the halfway mark since starting its #crofund.
 
When The Crobar announced its closure, fans around the world contributed to an online raffle to win big prizes like Dave Grohl’s drum cymbal to help pay the bar staff who found themselves permanently out of workraising £20,000.

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ENSLAVED honoured with 12-part documentary series on Norwegian TV + YouTube


Enslaved are being honoured with an elaborate 12 part television documentary named Heimvegen (The Way Home), which is broadcast every Saturday on Norwegian TV (TV Haugaland) and on YouTube. All episodes are subtitled into English.

The documentary offers a detailed insight into the history of the band, following Ivar Bjørnson and Grutle Kjellson as they guide us through the journey of Enslaved‘s formative years.

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Celebrate the International Day Of SLAYER on demand with ‘The Repentless Killogy’ motion picture


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Saturday, June 6, for the first time since its theatrical and DVD release last November, the motion picture Slayer: The Repentless Killogy will make its VIDEO ON DEMAND debut.

The release is in celebration of International Day of Slayer, the annual heavy metal holiday that commemorates the uncompromising, loud and defiant music of the iconic thrash/punk/metal band SLAYER. Since the holiday’s inception 18 years ago, every June 6, Slayer fans have staged a Slay-out, skipping work or school in favour of spending the day listening to Slayer at nuclear blast level, in their car, at home or the public place of their choice. However, this year, to make sure every SLAYER acolyte stays lean and mean, the International Day of Slayer can be saluted in the privacy and comfort of your own home – a Slay-In.

HEAVEN SHALL BURN Release Video For “My Heart And The Ocean” From New Album


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After releasing two videos for the songs “Protector” and “Weakness Leaving My Heart” taken from their upcoming album, “Of Truth and Sacrifice”, which is due for a worldwide release on March 20th, 2020, you can check out “My Heart And The Ocean (Official Video)” under the following link: https://youtu.be/c0JyybdXIPQ

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Women in Metal: Crushing the Stereotype One Riff at a Time (Music Film Review)


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by Carina Lawrence / Dark Art Conspiracy

Women in Metal: Crushing the Stereotype One Riff at a Time is a music film/documentary by Bruce Moore of Brutally Delicious Productions.

Bruce himself says: 
“It is finally here. A lot of hard work went into this film and I sincerely hope you dig it. 
Please follow the link below for viewing options and remember to please check out & support the bands in this film.

I can remember at school in the 1970s, friends buying Roxy Music albums mainly for their album covers, and I am old enough to remember Cher when she remembered to put her dress on over her underclothes before she came out onto the stage to perform.

Still, time moves on and even now we have any number of female musicians who are an integral part of the Heavy Metal scene. Not just as singers, but guitarists and drummers as well. We were able to catch up with a number of musicians to find out what attracted them to the hard and heavy music world and if they had a story of how they took the plunge, what challenges they faced, and how things have changed, or if they have at all.”

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