Metal royalty grace the cover of this weeks Digimag, with Fear Factory’s Dino Cazares catching up for a chat about the band’s upcoming album Aggression Continuum plus the departure of vocalist Burton C Bell.
Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top also features, talking about his new solo album Hardware and Nathaniel Shannon provides an entertaining look into the world away from the lens in a chat about his stunning new EP The Three Mothers.
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It’s time to dust off the champagne flutes, pour a sparkling drink and dance through your living rooms again.
Sweden’s one and only classic rock cabin crew The Night Flight Orchestra embrace the first sun rays of a promising European summer with their new single “White Jeans”.
The band states: “If this song doesn’t make you wanna get up from your worn-out brown velvet couch and throw on your crisp snow white jeans and throw a dance-off in the streets with your neighbours, nothing will!
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Welcome to another HEAVY Digi-mag!
This week we had the pleasure of chatting with guitar legend Reb Beach from Winger, Whitesnake and Dokken about his debut solo instrumental album A View From The Inside. We also caught up with Tony Hernando from Lords Of Black about their latest…Continue Reading

The Night Flight Orchestra is here to get you in the Christmas mood with their new single “Paper Moon”. You’ll especially love this if you’re a fan of “Last Christmas” by Wham!, which this feels like it takes some inspiration from. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. For those unaware, The NightContinue Reading

David discusses becoming a major songwriter in Soilwork and his experiences with Covid-19 through his day job as a doctor.
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