Over the past couple of years, countless '80s thrash bands, including Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Testament, Exodus and Overkill have experienced career resurgences and released some of their best material since before the dawn of grunge
There's one thing about Arizona teen metal band Age of Evil that's pretty contemporary. Frontman Jeremy Goldberg sounds a lot like Avenged Sevenfold, and it's something he'll cop to. However, Age of Evil are far from a trendy metal or metalcore group.
None of the members of Age of Evil are old enough to drink legally in the States, yet the Arizona band is tighter and more intuitive than many rockers twice their age. In part, it's because, as siblings, the musicians -- frontman Jeremy Gol
For many new bands, opening for established acts can be nerve-wracking, but for Arizona teen metal bashers Age of Evil, being in the presence of greatness is inspiring. That's why the quartet should have no problem opening for the new all-st
What does a literal band of teenage brothers know about metal? Turns out, a hell of a lot. Age of Evil, the Arizona quartet comprised of two sets of brothers, are a hard-working, polite group of young lads who just happen to want to change modern metal. Even though they are quite young, the band members know that
"The metal today, some bands are doing it well," Age of Evil frontman Jeremy Goldberg said to Noiscreep. "Some of it is cookie monster and stuff like that. I think, for us, it's important for us to stay away from that and stay true
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