After Blackguard opened for Symphony X at the Worcester Palladium on April 23, 2011, we pulled aside vocalist Paul “Ablaze” Zinay to pick his brain about the band’s slight change in sound, his thoughts on concept records, which song is the most important off of their latest release Firefight, and much more.
Archive for April, 2011
Review By: Heather Penfield MacNeill | Photographs by: Nadine Swiger
Are you one of the multitudes of people who have been angrily cursing the current music scene and its generic, lackluster sound? Or maybe you are one of those who have been wishing to hear some new metal that has its roots in the tremendous talent [...]
Legendary progressive metallers Symphony X dropped by the Worcester Palladium on April 23, 2011 with a diverse support roster in the form of In Harm’s Way, Blackguard, and Powerglove. Soilwork and Nevermore were originally a part of this tour, but both bands had to drop off for different reasons. But we all know the cliché…the show must go on.
The power of Hate reverberated throughout Upstate New York this past Saturday as those extreme metal boys from Poland stormed the stage of The Lost Horizon in Syracuse. The audience responded to Hate’s brutal riffs with an almost trance-like fervor mirroring the overwhelmingly positive response…
Fresh off the Rotting Christ, Melechesh tour, Musician Photo Journal caught up the extreme metal band, Hate. We talked about touring North America, their latest album Erebos, what the music scene is like back in their home country of Poland and much more…
Musician Photo Journal sat down with KOPEK before their performance on “A Tour Of The American Dream” tour featuring: Cold, Egypt Central, Kopek and Oceans Divide. We talked about their debut album, “White Collar Lies,” the tour and what’s next.
“A Tour Of The American Dream” featuring Kopek, Egypt Central and Cold rolled into Northern Lights Nightclub in Clifton Park NY.