Billybio: Feed The Fire album review

The Biohazard frontman makes a solo run at the barricades with Feed The Fire

Billybio – Feed The Fire

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If you’re a fan of hardcore then it’s hard not to be a fan of Billy Graziadei: a pioneer in the genre with Biohazard. But with respect comes high expectations for his first solo album. 

Thankfully, Billy pulls no punches; from political opener Freedom’s Never Free, Feed The Fire burns with an intensity to rival as any of his previous work. 

The album bulldozes along, barely pausing for breath. It doesn’t sound a million miles from his day job in places, but there are still surprises, like the ace Enemy with its tribal beats and shades of Jello Biafra at his best. Great stuff.

For Fans Of: Biohazard, Blood For Blood, Agnostic Front


A veteran of rock, punk and metal journalism for almost three decades, across his career Mörat has interviewed countless music legends for the likes of Metal Hammer, Classic Rock, Kerrang! and more. He's also an accomplished photographer and author whose first novel, The Road To Ferocity, was published in 2014. Famously, it was none other than Motörhead icon and dear friend Lemmy who christened Mörat with his moniker.