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Interview: Dark Tranquillity (Beat) + Down & GWAR


It's been a long time between Aussie beers for Dark Tranquillity, bearers of Gothenburg's melodic death torch. Nine years is a long time. "We're sorry we've been absent for so long," says their flame-maned vocalist, Mikael Stanne. "We can't wait. It's going to be awesome," Mikael muses on the upcoming tour. "Hopefully we can make it up to you guys."

Watch me lose my geek shit with Mikael at

Also: A chat with Philip H. Anselmo of Down

And: GWAR's Oderus Urungus almost declares war on the Netherlands


Articles: Hysteria Magazine #20 (Feb/Mar) feat. Mastodon, Periphery and GWAR



Oh my sweet maternal... Well, here's the 20th 'dish of the mighty bold and pink type HYSTERIA Magazine, a magazine of tasteful thickness unrivalled by shitty 60gsm half-matte saddle-stitch rags. A mag of no compromises, hugging or learning. It's the BUMPER Soundwave '14 edition and I snagged sit-downs with Behemoth, Kill Devil Hill, Generation Kill, Iced Earth, Rotting Christ, Periphery, Korn, Gojira, GWAR, Baroness, Mastodon and Howard Jones' new nautically-inclined trio, Devil You Know. You can take a breath now. Out now in digital and analog. Though analog costs more, it smells better.


Interview: Citation Needed - Limp Bizkit in Hysteria Magazine #18 (October/November)

I don't fuck around with Fred Durst in the latest Hysteria Mag. I go in dry. For the HARD facts. Like, "why is your twitter background a shoe," for instance. I also accosted Hour of Penance, Behemoth, Death Angel, Gwar, Bring Me The Horizon, Recoil VOR and Max Cavalera of Soulfly. Yes, I'm tired too. Ensure my No-Doz supplies never empty by buying the mag here.

I also sort of don't talk sci-fi and/or drugs with Between the Buried and Me's Paul Waggoner. Don't mention the war, Paul. Oshi-