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Dead by April: The best behaving band in the world?
Those Swedes unite Metal, Pop and Rock, Clean and Growl vocals like no other band. Dead by April start all over with a new line-up, and it seems to work well. Their new single „Freeze Frame“ was just released and they presented their new songs live on stage – which sound very promising. The live-DVD is in the making and the band seems satisfied with the development. At the show in Pratteln, Switzerland, we chatted with Pontus, Marcus, Zandro and Alex about changes, drugs and sightseeing and how they work in studio. >> more/mehr

Dead By You: Hard competition
The sound combines elements of Rock / Hardrock / Emo and sometimes even Metal or Rockabilly, and spiced with a lot of melancholy – no doubt that such a band has its roots high in the North. Dead By You, founded 2006 in Finland, just released their debut album and rock the Finnish club scene this year. Singer and mastermind Jan-Peter Saarimäki introduces the band and reveals to STALKER what they are up to in 2011. >> more/mehr

Deadlock: From bloodbath to blood bank
I am talking with Deadlock on their journey to ``Baden in Blut`` festival (which is a pun on the ´´bloodbath´´, the ed.), where the band will play in the afternoon. The band has recently changed its label (from Lifeforce to Napalm) and released a best of album after 17 years of band history. Enough stuff to talk about. Because my original interview partner John (vocals) has to steer the
band car, he passes the phone to Sebastian (guitar). >> more/mehr

Death Destruction: bums, lawyers and David Beckham
Death Destructions members have their roots in progressive metal (Evergrey), power-metal (Hammerfall) and metal-core (Dead By April) but managed somehow to create their own sound. What was started as a hobby of Henrik Danhage, Jonas Ekdahl, Fredrik Larsson and Jimmie Strimell turned out as a new band from Gothenburg. >> more/mehr

Deathlike Silence: Horror and the occasional otter
The finnish band Deathlike Silence from Turku has since 2003 not only the hearts of Horror movie Fans beat faster with their own so-called Gravedigger Metal. After the first Album “Vigor Mortis” they are now back with a new Line-Up and a new record, “Saturday Night Evil”. On their cruise on this year´s Spinefeast on Sea they found some time to answer STALKER´s questions. >> more/mehr


Axemaster: Overture for more to come
One of those bands with a long history: Axemaster was formed in 1985, rocking the scene with classic >> more/mehr
Fresh Act July / August
When living in Finland, it is difficult to ignore the simple fact that this country is the world´s number >> more/mehr
Tuska Open Air 2015
Just when it seemed certain that the summer of 2015 was a hopeless case, along came Tuska and brought the good weather with ... more/mehr 2015-07-07
CD: Powerwolf
Two years after their no 1 hit album “Preachers of the Night” (at least in Germany), Powerwolf release their new album “Blessed ... more/mehr 2015-08-03
CONCERT: Faith No More
The comeback of the legendary crossover band Faith No More was one of the remarkable recent news on music heaven. ... more/mehr 2015-06-24
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