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What The Hell Is MYSTIC FESTIVAL?

Largely unknown outside the European heavy metal community until just recently, Poland's Mystic Festival is without a doubt carrying one of the...

Download Festival, Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia, Monday March 11th, 2019

Words: Callum Doig & Kelsey TrevanPhotos: Andrew Basso The very debut of the Download Festival that Australia had been...

Download Festival – Parramatta Park, Sydney, March 9, 2019

Overdrive sent Stephen Buckle and Brandon Long to capture Download Festival Sydney with their words and Anne-Laure Marie with her photos.

‘Lords Of Chaos’ Director Jonas Åkerlund Discusses Giving ‘Evil’ People A...

We will probably never know the full Mayhem story. Even if you could remove all of the lies, the truths still make...

Highcoast’s Florian Lehmann On Their New EP ‘Sunnies, Cones and Choppy...

Inspired by Australia's surfing beaches, Melbourne summer nights and the all-around laid-back attitude so characteristic for Down Under, the German indie rock...

Overdrive TV: Every Time I Die @ Unify Gathering 2019

Overdrive TV's Matt Maric sat down with Andy and Steve from Buffalo hardcore royalty Every Time I Die at Unify Gathering 2019...

ALBUM & EP REVIEWS

Review: Vale Of Pnath – Accursed

Anyone who is familiar with the work of Denver, Colorado tech-death outfit Vale...

Review: Carousel Kings – Plus Ultra

Carousel Kings sound exactly like you think they would. If we can boil the...

Review: Step In Fluid – Back In Business

Words: Alasdair Belling With decades worth of exploring the fusion...

Review: Frank Iero And The Future Violents – Barriers

If you are looking for a musical enigma that is constantly evolving and...

Review: Illyria – The Carpathian Summit

Words: Paul Macfarlan I think it’s about time there was...

Review: Árstíðir lífsins – Saga á tveim tungum I: Vápn ok viðr

It’s no easy feat to produce a record that stays faithful to the Viking...

Review: Kollaps – Mechanical Christ

A scene that was perhaps criminally excluded from Harry Potter and the Chamber of...

Review: Dune Sea – Self Titled

Not the kind of style of music one would come to associate with Norway,...

Review: Destrage – The Chosen One

Let’s make this succinct, the upcoming album by Italy’s Destrage “The Chosen One”...

Review: The Omnific – The Mind’s Eye

The Melbourne trio are making some serious waves and deservedly so. Their third...

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