We spoke with Hinder drummer Cody Hanson about hard partying, memorable tours, and the band’s latest release for The End Records, The Reign.
Death metal legend Karl Sanders chats about touring, guitars, his trip to Egypt, the Nader Sadek single, and new Nile album.
Fu Manchu frontman Scott Hill took some time to chat about the new album, sharing some insights on the new material; what it was like working with Alex Lifeson, living under the moniker of stoner rock, creating riffs and repossessing cars.
Last year, Shep Gordon was honored at the 13th Annual Hamptons Happening in New York, as benefiting the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation. In advance, Gordon answered a few questions via e-mail.
"We feel that this bill really portrays the past, present, and future in hardcore music, and I think it has a lot to offer for anyone coming to the show."
To learn more about Quiet Riot's recent Frontiers Records-released studio effort Road Rage (among other things), we spoke with drummer Frankie Banali and vocalist James Durbin!
We had the pleasure of speaking with Dave Koz and discussed his work on the new Foo Fighters' release, goals, hobbies, and the smooth jazz legend's relationship with rock music.
We chatted with Pop Evil drummer Hayley Cramer about the band's upcoming self-titled Entertainment One release, touring, British pubs and why she hits the skins.
Takeshi of Boris and Colin H. van Eeckhout of Amenra kindly took the time to answer questions about their bands’ legacies, creative processes and their relationship with each other.
Not for the weak stomached, progressive metallers Conjurer pick the top eight movie moments that make them retch..
While on the road in support of We're All Alright!, we had the pleasure of chatting with Cheap Trick's lead guitarist and principal songwriter Rick Nielsen by phone.
Therion guitarist Christofer Johansson sat down to recommend a book, movie, album, TV show and place to visit for fans. Check out this exclusive clip.
ORYX shared with us their upbringings and influences, first few shows and concerts, plus their album Widowmaker and newest release, Stolen Absolution.
“You’d be surprised how many people see a sixty-foot flame and want to walk straight into it!” Stu Wickens discusses special effects and what "production services" entails.
The Circus Of Horrors has been shocking fans across the world for twenty-two years now so, midway through their current run, PureGrainAudio sat down with the Ringmaster himself, Dr.Haze to have a look back.
Jimmy Hayward took a half hour of time, along with Tim Dawson, to talk about the upcoming Legend of The Seagullmen album.
We caught up with Alex Luciano, vocalist and guitarist of Diet Cig, before the feminist pop-punk duo heads out on their North American tour for their first full-length album, Swear I'm Good At This.
Now signed to Nuclear Blast Records, Ministry's 14th studio album, AmeriKKKant, is set for release on March 9th, 2018. Al Jourgensen took some time to chat about many things; politics, herpes, fascism and otherwise.
We caught up with The Atlas Moth vocalist/guitarist Stavros Giannopoulos to discuss the luxury of time, death metal hulks, and why this interview almost came to a screeching halt.
Oregon Trail drummer/lyricist Arnaud Martin chats about landscape, subgenre, and the challenges of being a post-hardcore band in Switzerland.