Warning: Illegal string offset 'pw_hide_page_header' in /home/steffmetal/steffmetal.com/wp-content/themes/metal/extends/templates/template_archive.php on line 29
  • Edits are FINISHED. Phew! Off to proofreader for one final look-through, and "The Sunken", a novel I've been... http://t.co/rHKTHbpDrP

Clever Kids Listen to Heavy Metal

I stumbled across a few news articles from 2007 confirming what we’ve all known for decades – the Clever Kids Listen to Heavy Metal. Kitty Empire of the Observer wrote the first piece: Why Heavy Metal

Up the Irons! 28 October 2009

A big Steff Metal Up the Irons! to: My first payday since July  \m/  silly quotes from crazy people  \m/  cutting down plastic in my life with this fabulous blog Life Less Plastic  \m/  typing “Heavy

Steff Metal Top Ten Heavy Metal Halloween Ideas

Being a New Zealander, Halloween has never been a big deal for me. We never trick or treated, or held Halloween parties or decorated the house. The older (gulp) I get, the more I’m into celebrating

Tim Burton’s Tricks and Treats

Steff Metal will never be a dumping ground for fashion spreads, because I’m just not clued in enough to catch all the fabulous darkly death metal goodies out there – better bloggers tackle fashion spreads, and

Linking Horn for 23 October, 2009

I’ve returned to the land of the long white jandel. CDH and I are still wrestling with the jet lag, so expect a light smattering of postings while we find our feet again and unpack all

Top Ten Bands I Should Probably be Embarrassed to Like

We all have them – our guilty music pleasures. The bands we turn down when the phone rings. The CDs we hide in our sock drawers in the hope our kreig mates won’t find them, the

Linking Horn for October 16, the Barbarian Edition

In my last post I talked about unleashing your inner Barbarian. I wanted to show you some of the websites I read which helped me come up with a lot of our ideas about living the

Your Inner Barbarian: Why Metalheads Should Care about the Environment

CDH and I are big on sustainable living. For him, it’s a desire for freedom, to not answer to anyone, to be the master of his own abode. For me, it’s more of a social awareness;

Books by Steff

Click to crab a copy of my debut novel, At War With Satan, a tale of love, lust, demonic forces, zombies, and heavy fucking metal. Get five quirky horror tales in my short story collection The Good, The Bad, and The Utterly Screwed.

Steff Metal Archives

futurenoir
© Steff Metal. My legion of vikings hunt down content thieves