BY: Carla Morton
Lloth is a Greek Black metal band created by Tristessa of Astarte (RIP) back in 1995.
In the memory of Tristessa, Nicolas, her husband, continues this band, and soon they will enter the studio to record a first album. Here is an interview with Nicolas who had time to answer me a few questions about Lloth. Continue reading Interview with Lloth
BY: TJ Fowler
Available: April 25th, 2014
Label: Inverse Records
Got an interesting press sheet for a Greek Deathwave band called SadDolls. I had never heard of ‘deathwave’ before and judging by the album cover I was expecting some sort of an electonica/techno/metal band. What I got from ‘Grave Party’ was not exactly that but not an unpleasant listen either. Continue reading Music Review: SadDolls CD: Grave Party
Skullbanger: I want to say thank you for taking the time to talk to Skullbanger.net about your band InPhaze. I notice you have a live show supporting Jeff Scott Soto in Athens. What can you tell us about that?
– Hello to all of you, and thanks for the invitation. It is great for us to share the stage with Jeff. He is a great guy, a great singer, with fans all over the world. Since we are a fresh band, that show also helps us to share our music and get to know with more people. We will play with Jeff only in his show in Athens, along with Danger Angel, another great Greek band.
Skullbanger: What can you tell us about InPhaze as a band itself? What brought you guys together and what would you describe your music as? Continue reading Interview with Greek Hard Rock Band In Phaze
Music Review: Sorrows Path
CD: The Rough Path of Nihilism
Label: Rock It Up Records
by: TJ Fowler
Well what can I saw? The Bands name and the title of the CD pretty much sums up my feelings of this album. I want to start off by saying I am not someone to sit behind a computer and try to by witty or a smart ass by writing a review that destroys a person or bands work they have worked hard at making just so I can try to be funny. However, if I feel the material is weak or poor I do feel I have the need to express that in a constructive way and if possible with good natured humor that is not malicious. So with that being said, ‘The Rough Path of Nihilism’ was a rough path indeed for me…my god was it a tough listen. Continue reading Music Review: Sorrows Path CD: The Rough Path of Nihilism