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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: Amon Amarth – Berserker

Imbued with Godlike moxxy, Amon Amarth are set to take to the battlefield...

Review: Chevalier – Destiny Calls

Despite solid instrumentation and established atmosphere, the vocals across the album make it very difficult to listen to.

Review: Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult – Mardom

It's been six years since Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult, hailing from Dormagen, Germany, have...

Review: Spotlights – Love and Decay

I first heard of Brooklyn post-metal/doomgaze duo Spotlights in an online list documenting the emerging...

Review: Alpha Wolf – Fault

After releasing their killer album ‘Mono’ in July 2017, Melbourne’s heavy as hell nu metalcore...

Eluveitie – Ategnatos

Few bands jump to mind quicker when you hear the term “Folk Metal”...

Ola Englund: Master of The Universe

An aptly named album filled with masterful guitar work and tasty riffs.

Vaura: Sables

There’s something so majestically enthralling about bands that inoculate their approach to music...

Knocked Loose: Mistakes Like Fractures

It’s been three years since Knocked Loose graced our ears with “Laugh Tracks”, a...

Isotope – Departed

Isotope, a band I’ve heard through the vine but not sat down and...

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