Doom/death legends Runemagick has returned and Nicklas Rudolfsson visits the podcast to talk about it. Get the new album "Evoked from abysmal sleep" here: https://runemagick.bandcamp.com/album/evoked-from-abysmal-sleep
Josh Graham is a musician and visual artist with a long history in the heavy underground and beyond. He has done art for Neurosis, Isis and other bands and is running his long time project A Storm Of Light. In this episode Josh talks about the creative process, writing music, doing art for small and big bands and much more. Get the new A Storm Of Light album "Anthroscene" at www.astormoflight.com.
Magnus and Svempa talks about bad handwriting, New York Marathon and ten albums that made an impression during the month of September. Features music by Magmakammer, Light Screamer, Clutch, Wheel In The Sky, Strängen, Terror, Conan, Siege Of Power, Thou and Crippled Black Phoenix.
Matt and Jeff joins the podcast backstage at Slaktkyrkan in Stockholm to talk about streams of consciousness, sobriety, touring, setlists, riffs, adapting to home owning life and turning down Coachella. The new album "Electric Messiah" is out now!
This interview is presented in cooperation with Swedens leading online zine www.slavestate.se. One of Swedens longest running source for all things heavy.
Special thanks to Rob Blasko at Mercenary Management for helping getting this interview done.
Richmonds heaviest band Windhand drummer Ryan Wolfe joins us on the podcast to talk about the bands new album "Eternal return", how to keep the heavy music intresting, dealing with becoming a quartet and much more. Get the new album here: https://windhand.bandcamp.com
Four years ago we talked to Laura Dolan about Electric Citizens debut album "Sateen". Now Laura returns to the podcast to talk about the third album "Helltown" (Riding Easy), the city of Cincinnati, touring with legends and much more and the importance of having fun. Get your copy of "Helltown" here https://electriccitizenband.bandcamp.com/album/helltown.
RippleFest hit Sweden like a thunderstorm on September 7-8th. It was presented by Ripple Music and Into The Void Podcast and hosted by Sweet Leaf at Copperfields in Stockholm. We met up with the bands and got some good coversations and killer music on tape. So hold on to your sanity as we get almost two insane hour podcast with Nekromant, Ozone Mama, Kingnomad, Cities Of Mars, Fire Down Below, Witchers Creed, Craneium, Vokonis and the man who started it all: Todd Severin of Ripple Music.
Chris Reifert is of course a living legend when it comes to brutal music. He made history with bands like Autopsy and is heading in to the future with new projects. One of the more recent ones he got involved in are Siege Of Power and the new album "Warning blast" is out now on Metal Blade Records.
Only death is real. Swedish death metal warriors Crawl, who are our guests in this episode, is the living proof. Paying tribute to the originals like Entombed and Dismember Crawl continues in the tradition of Swedish death metal as it was forged back in the late 1980s. Get "Rituals" here: crawldeath.bandcamp.com
Enter the world of Trevor William Church. This episode is a wild ride as we let Trevor tell his story of how he got into music and what his creative force comes from. His bands Haunt has a new album out called "Burst into flames" and Beastmaker recently released eight (!) EP's.
In part 2 of our chat with Dave Wyndorf form Monster Magnet we talk about how a solo album would sound, more music nerdism and the future. Trust us, it's at real trip.
The spacelord himself Dave Wyndorf is our guest in the season premiere of Into The Void Podcast that is presented in two parts. In part 1 he talks with Svempa about growing up, the history of Monster Magnet, ageing and addiction. Monster Magnets new album "Mindfucker" is out now!
In the season finale of Into The Void Podcast we have the great honor to speak to Johanna Sadonis and Nicke Andersson of Lucifer. We talk about the new album, how they got together, and much more. "Lucifer II" is out on Century Media Records on 6 July.
Into The Void Podcast will return in August.
In this episode we talk to Eva and Adam from CHRCH. With the album "Light will consume us all" (Neurot) the band has made one of the most epic albums och 2018 and we talk about the creative process behind it, band history and musical visions. Get it here: https://churchdoom.bandcamp.com.