SHAGRATH On Keeping DIMMU BORGIR A Three-Piece: ‘That’s The Best Way For Us To Do It’
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Last week, The Age Of Metal conducted an interview with cocalist Shagrath (real name: Stian Tomt Thoresen) of Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR. You can now listen to the chat using the Mixcloud widget below. A couple of excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On whether DIMMU BORGIR will continue to be presented as a three-piece band, joined by session musicians for recording and touring purposes, or if the lineup will be officially expanded with the release of the band's upcoming album: Shagrath: "Well, DIMMU...

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MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson, who began doing MEGA Life Ministries worship services a decade ago at his church in Scottsdale, Arizona and eventually began studies to become a Lutheran pastor, spoke to Metalheads Forever Magazine about how combining his musical abilities and his faith led him to a deeper exploration of Christianity. "Music is a gift from our creator and that's why it connects to people everywhere, despite our humanness, like language, politics, race, creed and so forth," he said. "Those things are what define us as humans,...

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MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson, who began doing MEGA Life Ministries worship services a decade ago at his church in Scottsdale, Arizona and eventually began studies to become a Lutheran pastor, spoke to Metalheads Forever Magazine about how combining his musical abilities and his faith led him to a deeper exploration of Christianity. "Music is a gift from our creator and that's why it connects to people everywhere, despite our humanness, like language, politics, race, creed and so forth," he said. "Those things are what define us as humans,...

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MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson, who began doing MEGA Life Ministries worship services a decade ago at his church in Scottsdale, Arizona and eventually began studies to become a Lutheran pastor, spoke to Metalheads Forever Magazine about how combining his musical abilities and his faith led him to a deeper exploration of Christianity. "Music is a gift from our creator and that's why it connects to people everywhere, despite our humanness, like language, politics, race, creed and so forth," he said. "Those things are what define us as humans,...

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Rob Herrera of Front Row Live conducted an interview with SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR singer Corey Taylor on the red carpet of the inaugural "Strange 80s" benefit concert, which was held on Sunday, May 14 at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, California. You can now watch the chat below. Regarding STONE SOUR's decision to record its new album, "Hydrograd", live in the studio, Taylor said: "We haven't done it since the first album, to be honest. It was awesome, dude. There's an energy to everything that you just can't get when you're staring at a...

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