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Outburn 92 January - February 2018

Outburn Magazine is the leader of the new music revolution. Rock, metal, punk, hardcore, indie music, and more, Outburn is edgier and always ahead of the mainstream. Every issue includes in-depth interviews with today’s hottest musicians, exclusive color photographs, and over 100 new music reviews.

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shotfire

“Nighttime in New York City can feel like the vast loneliness of space, but a crowded dance floor shared with women is a key that unlocks all the secrets of the universe,” reveals MOTHER FEATHER ’s Ann Courtney. The band is releasing its second full-length on Metal Blade. “At its core, our album Constellation Baby is a feminist prayer of super connection …and it rocks. I want women to be free, and I want to be an example. The title track was written in the infant stages of the band and has always been a shapeshifter, taking on many different meanings and significance for me throughout the years. We reimagined the song’s intro for the album with our producer Joshua Valleau, and it unlocked some kind of magic where I…

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war of ages

HAVING CELEBRATED its 15th year of existence in 2017 with Alpha, the band’s eighth full-length, Erie, Pennsylvania’s metalcore crew War of Ages is still firing on all cylinders. Showcasing a marked evolution that pushes groove and melody more boldly to the forefront than on previous releases, it demonstrates that they are not intending to rely on past glories or simply recycling their sound ad infinitum to maintain a fan base. Vocalist Leroy Hamp talks about what brought War of Ages to the point they find themselves at the start of 2018. Your brother Alex Hamp, who drummed for War of Ages since 2005, has departed the band. What happened there? He’s been super busy the last year or so with his job at Purus Labs, and he travels a lot with that.…

5
harm’s way

SOMETIMES A LITTLE EXTRA ATTENTION makes all the difference. Just ask Harm’s Way. Now four albums into the fray, the Chicago based quartet has taken a colossal leap forward with its latest full-length, Posthuman. 2015’s Rust laid the foundation for the hardcore metal that comprises the base of Posthuman, and as drummer Chris Mills reveals, the devil is in the details—the band spending more time counting repetitions and tweaking transitions. Mills talks about the writing and rewriting of Harm’s Way’s new album, Posthuman. Can you introduce Posthuman? Posthuman is our fourth full-length and debut for Metal Blade. We recorded it in about three weeks in August with Will Putney. It’s pretty progressive compared to previous releases, but it’s still very much in the vein of Harm’s Way. It’s a natural progression from…

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mammoth grinder

IT’S A LATE FRIDAY NIGHT, and Power Trip drummer Chris Ulsh has just finished sound checking at his band’s hometown show in Austin, Texas on a tour opening for Cannibal Corpse, a tour he’s also managing. If things weren’t already hectic enough, we’re nagging him to talk about his revitalized death ‘n’ D-beat band, Mammoth Grinder, and its Cosmic Crypt album. After four years of silence, Mammoth Grinder has returned in brutally raw and primitively howling fashion with a new album that spits out raging rabidity. Ulsh took a few minutes away from the evening’s responsibilities for his other band to discuss and inform. After Extinction of Humanity (2009), Mammoth Grinder kind of disappeared. What happened? Life just got in the way. A couple members moved to Houston, and some of them…

5
bliss of flesh

AS FAR AS pretentious metaphysics go, it’s hard to beat French black metal. Though not as well known stateside as Deathspell Omega or Blut Aus Nord, Bliss of Flesh offers a refreshingly visceral take on the heady subgenre, and the quintet’s third album, Empyrean, completes a literary themed trilogy drawing on Dante’s Divine Comedy. Bliss of Flesh pulls off the difficult feat of balancing discordant riffage with progressive structures and an oscillating sense of disgust and majesty, and the band does this with more immediacy and rock sense than many of its compatriots. Vocalist Necurat talks about Empyrean and the direction of the band. Empyrean is a milestone for Bliss of Flesh. Could you explain why? It’s the last chapter, the close of a trilogy of albums—Emaciated Deity [2009], Beati Pauperes Spiritu…

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voodoo circle

VOODOO CIRCLE’S ALEX BEYRODT (Primal Fear, Silent Force, Sinner) is a blazing guitarist. Raised on a healthy dose of British guitar gods such as Ritchie Blackmore, Jimmy Page, and John Sykes, Beyrodt’s fretboard skills shine brightly on his fifth full-length album, Raised on Rock. On its 11 electric tracks, Beyrodt, along with bassist Mat Sinner, drummer Francesco Jovino, and vocalist Herbie Langhans, weave their melodic rock magic splendidly. The German born guitarist (who now lives in France) speaks about the band’s new singer, new album, and more. New singer Herbie Langhans sounds fantastic throughout Raised on Rock. What does he add to the band? Herbie adds a little bit more character to the band. We love to do the 70s rock style in the way of Deep Purple, Rainbow, and, of course,…