Clarence Chong

Heavy Metal Tribune's foreign correspondent, while juggling duties as the voice behind Singaporean modern melodic death/thrash metal band, ASSAULT.

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Interview with Anthelion

In June last year, Anthelion finally dropped their sophomore full length album, Obsidian Plume. With the Taiwanese symphonic black metallers’ debut full length being a distant 7 year back, Obsidian Plume was certainly an album that was highly anticipated. After the (honestly) rather disappointing and different 2010 EP, Mañjusaka, the band returned to their roots and original style on Obsidian Plume, showing how the past years have done nothing to dull the edge that they have in their songwriting and playing. Vocalist Code tells us more about the new record.

Band of the Month: Hiss from the Moat

Hiss from the Moat epitomises the dominant style of Italian death metal currently – brutal, technical and relentless. Following in the footsteps of compatriots Hour of Penance and Fleshgod Apocalypse, this three-piece act even boasts James Payne behind the drums, and Paolo on session vocals on their debut album, Misanthropy. We catch up with the band to learn more about the concept behind Misanthropy (which has now been picked up by Nuclear Blast), and the philosophy behind their music.

Interview with Engel

Engel this year releases their third full length album, Blood of Saints, and displays their continued progression towards a sound that fuses the Gothenburg style of melodic death metal with electronic and industrial elements. We talk to Niclas, guitarist of the band to find out more about their newest release, Blood of Saints.

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Interview with Hexen

With Being and Nothingness, Hexen has once again broken new ground, including even more progressive elements into their music than ever, and displays a marked growth in their songwriting. We talk to vocalist Andre to learn more.

HMT: Greetings Andre! Thank you for giving us this opportunity to talk to you. How are things …

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Interview with Carach Angren

Carach Angren has over the years crafted a name for themselves not only with their symphonic approach to black metal, but also the horror-themed lyrics and concepts, and the story-telling format that are contained on their albums. With Where the Corpses Sink Forever, the band expands on their existing concepts and deals with the horrors …

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