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Throne Of Malediction

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From: Kalispell, MT, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Throne Of Malediction Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Throne Of Malediction.


Throne Of Malediction Talks The Art Of Black Metal

Metalunderground has posted an editorial on the role of religion in black metal, taking a further look at the subject after our recent Unearthing the Metal Underground column on Christan "unblack" metal. While examining a series of unblack metal bands for the upcoming article, I corresponded with musicians from both sides of the religious divide to get their input on whether the style of black metal can be separated from its anti-religious themes. As a teaser for the editorial, we'll be posting the full answers to the questionnaire I sent to each band.

After hearing from both Frames on the anti-Christian side and Winter's Dawn on the pro-Christian side, next up we'll hear from vocalist/guitarist Eric Horner from Throne of Malediction. More...

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A Video Interview With Throne Of Malediction

After the release of their debut EP, Montana based metal act Throne of Malediction is currently hard at work on a full-length album tentatively titled "Seasons of Death." Throne of Malediction is fronted by husband and wife duo Eric and Jessica Horner, who also work on a side project together titled Irreverent Soul.

The entire band sat down with me for a video interview at a live show in Great Falls, in which the members discussed their musical influences, receiving permission from Carpathian Forest to include a cover song on their album, and their addition to an "Anti-Christmas" compilation album. More...

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An Interview With Throne of Malediction

Montana based metal band Throne of Malediction just recently finished recording their first EP and are preparing for an upcoming full length album. The band's husband and wife duo Eric and Jessica answered a series of questions about their upcoming releases and how living in Montana has shaped their music. More...

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