Do you remember the first hardcore / punk show you went to? Is the club still open today? Biohazard and Burn at the Marquee on September 11, 1992. The Icemen played too but I missed them. The club is...
First of all, thank you for taking the time for the interview! Magnus: Thank you! It's our pleasure These days your new album "Back From Hell" will be released - hardly anyone would have thought...
AFL: You said in an interview 2005 that little stages are great and you like concerts in rockclubs with 200 peoples. Now you're selling out even bigger clubs. Could you ever imagine that this will hap...
AFL: YO! It’s great to see you guys again. We saw you on your last tour with NAPALM DEATH last May, where there were a lot of Metal heads. We felt that, there at that show, the mood / pit style is ver...
AFL: YO! It’s great to talk with you. You are about to release a new album at the end of the month, Titled Time and Space is that still on track for the 23rd? Brendan: Yes in about 2 weeks. AFL:...
HC-History with Jason of Crowned Kings Do you remember the first hardcore / punk show you went to? Is the club still open today? The first show I ever went to was at EV's. A youth Center in the subu...
Do you remember the first hardcore / punk show you went to? Is the club still open today? Answered by Boltcutter Vlad That was some punk/metal allnighter in my hometown 2000 km from Moscow. There ...
AFL: YO! It’s great to see you and the guys from TERROR again.  Our last interview was back in 2015 ( Nick talking about TERROR) and my first for AFL. How’s it been since then? Nick: I can’t compla...
AFL: Hey Guys, it’s more than good to have you back. I suppose you can´t live without Hardcore. What does hardcore means to you and what were the main reasons of your fast comeback? When did you recog...