Anvil Rules: An Interview With the Metal Heroes

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The buzz around Anvil! The Story of Anvil gets louder by the week – seems hardcore metal heads and lots of other rockers have fallen for the story of the Canadian band who just wouldn’t say die. The film hits theaters on April 10th, and VH1 News caught up with the guys as they their did their thing down at the South by Southwest festival a couple of weeks ago. Check the above clip for an interview.

Watch the movie trailer and three scenes from the film

Check out Anvil’s official movie site

Watch Anvil’s “My Playlist” of favorite music videos by other bands

Get info on the film screenings and Anvil performances on Anvils VH1 artist page

Watch a great interview with Motorhead’s Lemmy in a preview to this week’s “That Metal Show”

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  1. Crimson Skyy says:

    I am tired of hearing Anvil whine about how they didn’t make it like all the other at the time of thier heyday. The reason they never made it…..they didn’t have the talent. The songs of Anvil are tuneless, noisy garbage. There are no hooks, or memorable riffs, just noise. Just my opinion.

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  6. Nate Hines says:

    Hi, Im a HUGE metal fan and have been for a long time. Anyway, I was wondering when bands that were sort of “underground” back in the early 90s and late 80s. Example: The band Coven I still listen to Blessed is the Black. Pretty frickin heavy, but I cannot fin it anywhere. Whatever happened to that band?