(TheBRHM.com) Originally, we were going to sit down and talk with Norwegian black metal artist Halfden Svarti of the bands Moor and Phantom Castle but putting a schedule together to questions, send them out, and go back and forth is…an adventure. While the interview will happen, it didn’t go down ...

(TheBRHM.com) In the 1980s, heavy metal really made use of emerging music videos to add visuals to their tunes. I also like that music videos remove some of the mystery and vagueness of some songs by showing the story or referencing imagery from the song. Sure, many artists leave their ...

(TheBRHM.com) So, I’ve finally gotten around to listening to Darkthrone’s nineteenth album Eternal Hails…….Yes, Darkthrone dropped six ellipses in the title. Going forward, it’ll just be “Eternal Hails” but the title isn’t the focus. It’s all about the music and the vibe that the title represents here. Darkthrone Reinvents Itself ...

(TheBRHM.com) We’ve discussed two previous Bad Brains albums over on ThyBlackMan via 1983’s Rico for Light and 1986’s I Against I. This time we’re getting into the band’s last release of the decade in Quickness. Released in 1989, Quickness continues in the same vein as I Against I with some ...

(TheBRHM.com) Seattle-based band Skelator is one my favorite bands to come from the New Wave of American Heavy Metal. While I will do a dive into their work, this is about Holy Tyrant which is headed up by former Skelator bassist Rahsaan Davis. Who Are Holy Tyrant? Davis made the ...

(TheBRHM.com) The Memphis music scene is one that I always appreciated for its hip-hop side. On the rock side of things, I haven’t heard much from the scene besides Saliva and classic metal act Medieval Steel. You can now add all-Black hardcore punk band Negro Terror to that list. Rest ...

(TheBRHM.com) Lord Ifrit is an enigmatic artist. It’s hard to find much on him and he prefers to keep it that way. What he wants you to know about him is expressed through his music. Ultimately, that’s what most musicians want: to express themselves through their music and for fans ...