Interview: Hordes of the Black Cross

The Aussie bunch known as Hordes of the Black Cross specialize in lethal black thrash that goes straight for the throat. The following interview was conducted with vocalist Halla and bassist Korpse Horde in June, 2017.
Greetings! Firstly, thanks for agreeing to do this interview. How’s it going? I suppose the heat is killing you guys over there at the moment?
Halla: Yes indeed! Thanks indeed for having us on board with Underground Siege.
I have since relocated from Melbourne, …

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Interview: Paganfire

The Filipino thrash squad known as Paganfire have been stomping poser skulls and causing riots ever since their bloody inception in 2003. I caught up with the infamous Nonoy (Guitarist/vocalist) to try figure out what goes on in that mad brain of his. Read forth.
Hails Nonoy!!! I’m sure you’ve done this a million times before, but for the benefit of our readers, please give us a some background on Paganfire’s history and tell us what the band is …

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Interview – ‘Blood Division’

Blood Division is a blackened crust band from Singapore featuring former and current members of bands like Impiety, Absence of the Sacred and Draconis Infernum. A review of their debut album, Traitors to the Gallows can be found here. The following interview was done in January, 2017.
Hails! What was the reason for the formation of Blood Division and what is the message behind it?
M: I was always influenced by both Punk and Metal growing up in the …

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Interview -‘Human Compost’

HUMAN COMPOST is a killer five-piece death/grind band from Toronto that plays in the vein of bands like MORTICIAN,  IMPETIGO and EXHUMED. You can also find a review of their debut album, From The Graves They Craw (here). The following interview was conducted by JH in January, 2017.   
Hails! Can you give us a brief history of the band and what you’ve released so far?
Chris: Eddie and Chris formed the band in 2008, wrote a few songs …

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Interview – ‘Vulturine’

Vulturine is a name I first came across in an issue of Call To The Infernal Hordes ‘zine. I knew then that, after reading their interview, they were the real deal. Their music transmits a certain deathly aura which I find pure in essence. It’s bleak, cold and pessimistic. So, after following their progress for some time, I finally decided to conduct an interview with the cult myself.
Hails! Ordinarily, I would ask you some questions regarding the formation of …

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