Tag: Metal

Ready for twelve minutes of pure blackened Speed Metal?

Ready for twelve minutes of pure blackened Speed Metal?

Marburg-based metalheads Knife released a three-track-EP via Dying Victims Productions. It features twelve minutes of raw, blackened speed metal, nailed down in one new tracks of cover songs of both Bathory and Venom. It comes in tape format, which I’m not a big fan of, 

Band shoot: Mudhead, pt.1

Band shoot: Mudhead, pt.1

I recently did an extensive shoot of Mudhead, an up-and-coming thrash/punk band from north Germany. We decided to do portrait shots of each band member as well as classic group shots. It’s always a fine line to walk when chosing images and thus – at 

I did a Band Shoot a few days ago…

I did a Band Shoot a few days ago…

and enjoyed it pretty much. It’s fun to work with a band and their ideas on how to visualize their music and the different characters of the musicians. Here’s a first preview:

Interview: Paul Seidel (The Ocean, Nightmarer, Dioramic, War From A Harlots Mouth)

Interview: Paul Seidel (The Ocean, Nightmarer, Dioramic, War From A Harlots Mouth)

Paul Seidel made himself a name as one of the most promising german drummers during his time with War From A Harlots Mouth. After the band went on hiatus, he joined The Ocean and Dioramic to continue his passion for drumming. I’ve got the chance 

Live footage of To The Marrow @Rotenburg – May 30th, 2015

Live footage of To The Marrow @Rotenburg – May 30th, 2015

Local shows are fun. Thanks to To The Marrow for an entertaining show. https://www.facebook.com/ToTheMarrow        

The new Revocation album leaves me unimpressed, but…

The new Revocation album leaves me unimpressed, but…

I really dig their new video and the vinyl version of it. The video features scenes of their tour life, mixed with live performance shots. It gives a very good impression of the circumstances a medium sized (in terms of success) metal band faces on 

Review: Cruel Hand – The Negatives

Review: Cruel Hand – The Negatives

Cruel Hand needed four years to come up with a new album – and four years can be a long, challenging time for young adults and a band. “The Negatives” proves that a band can integrate new ideas, new influences, new role models, and yet still