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Anciients Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Anciients.


Anciients Talks "Heart Of Oak" Album

Blending together prog rock and metal, Vancouver's Anciients recently signed to Season of Mist and is now gearing up to release the "Heart of Oak" album.

What can fans expect from the disc? According to a press release, something truly spectacular: "Somewhere between sheer, apocalyptic heaviness and precise riffing, lays otherworldly Anciients - a rock juggernaut forging crushing heavy metal evocative of veterans High on Fire and contemporary sonic craftsmen, Opeth."

This coming April 16th you'll get the chance to find out if the band lives up that lofty pedigree (you can also check out an advance track below), and pre-orders are available through Season of Mist at this location.

With another two and a half weeks to go before the album's official drop, guitarists/vocalists Chris and Kenny corresponded with Metalunderground.com to explain how the band reached this point and what went into the creation of "Heart of Oak." Find out about the hardships and loss the group suffered during the writing and recording, along with a full track-by-track breakdown of the release, through the full interview below. More...

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Ancients' Guitarist Talks "Riffs Not Riots"

As was previously announced, Metalunderground.com has teamed up with sponsors from around North America to present a charity fundraiser dubbed; "Riffs Not Riots" in Vancouver, Canada. The fundraiser is to support civilian victims of the June 15th riot that gripped the city and caused millions of dollars in damage. Chris Dyck, guitarist for Vancouver sludge metal act Ancients and one of the 'Underground Hardcore Collective' conspirators who planned the charity event, sat down with Metalunderground.com to discuss his thoughts on seeing the riot unfold first hand and how the charity event came to fruition. More...

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