New Edge of Haze Interview!
12/12/2014 1:29:39 PM by Frank Hill

Finnish group Edge of Haze offer up "Illumine", an eclectic, esoteric heavy metal album full of twists and turns. Formerly known as Damage, Edge of Haze are a band that are very hard to define. With influences ranging from doom to progressive to black metal, the band almost runs the gamut on "Illumine". Greg Watson had a chance to talk about the band beginnings and their haunting new album that is so atypical from what we've all come to expect...[Full Interview Link]

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