ALL Interviews

Bullet For My Valentine (or Bullet or BFMV as they are sometimes known), is a four piece metal band from Bridgend, South Wales. These guys formed around the year 1998 and started out playing Metallica and Nirvana covers before they started to make it big writing, recording and releasing their own music. Recently, the band has really started to explode into the mainstream of metal, playing on last year’s Van’s Warped Tour and…
on Feb 26, 2007
One band that has quietly amassed a very steady, loyal and large following of fans is the San Diego hardcore band known as Mower. This five piece group, featuring two lead singers, has been very popular within the San Diego scene for sometime now, but the band has just recently started to be noticed by the rest of the United States thanks in large to their latest studio record Not For You released in May of 2006. Mower has already…
on Feb 22, 2007
One of the most popular rock bands in the US over the last few months has been the southern quartet Black Stone Cherry.
on Feb 19, 2007
One of the most controversial metal bands in North America (and ultimately the world) is the hard, heavy, and gory Tampa area group Cannibal Corpse.
on Feb 15, 2007
A very interesting new band that is receiving a lot of attention as of late is the group Say Anything. The band is led by drummer Coby Linder and lead singer Max Bemis, a very interesting fellow who has had to endure many ups and downs in his life. Bemis actually was placed in a mental asylum for two weeks during the recording of the band’s album ...Is A Real Boy. Last summer Say Anything recently wrapped up a string of dates with…
on Feb 11, 2007
One of the most popular heavy metal/metalcore bands in the world right now is the Massachusetts five piece Unearth. In less than two years, these guys have risen from virtually nothing to the point where they are now doing their own major tours and selling hundreds of thousands of records worldwide. Unearth just recently unleashed their latest studio record titled III: In The Eyes of Fire at the end of the summer and it’s only helped…
on Feb 05, 2007
Undoubtedly, one of the most well respected rock musicians of the last fifteen years is the great Page Hamilton best known for his revolutionary work with the band Helmet. Since forming in 1989, Hamilton and Helmet in general have become very influential within their genre of music, consistently pumping out solid material. From his work with Helmet, Hamilton has become an elder statesman of sorts to many bands and musicians…
on Jan 29, 2007
The following interview with guitarist Chris Rawson of Walls of Jericho took place at the Opera house in Toronto on May 21, 2006. They were supporting Bullet for My Valentine and Roses are Red on the Trustkill Takeover tour. Walls of Jericho had just completed recording of their latest album With Devils Amongst Us All which was not yet released at the time of interview. Chris talks about the album as well as their previous…
on Jan 21, 2007
Currently, one of the coolest and freshest metal bands to have a significant impact on the Metal scene is the power metal band known as Cellador. Although the band has existed for barely three years, they have already gone through several lineup changes and managed to reap massive gains in popularity to the point where they are now on major tours with bands such as Trivium. Cellador hails from Omaha, Nebraska and they just recently…
on Jan 15, 2007
Straight out of the Orlando, Florida heat comes the fast-rising Metal band Trivium. In their six years of life as a band, these guys have seriously begun to make a mark within both the underground and mainstream metal scenes.
on Jan 09, 2007
In what is easily the most officially “punk” interview PGA (and yours truly) has ever had the pleasure of conducting, bassist and vocalist of the notoriously wild band Kill Cheerleader broke the interview norm by interview himself. Literally seconds after asking my first question, Ethan inquired if he could read the questions to himself. What transpired after was an unorthodox, self-interview of sorts on the late-night streets of Toronto.
on Dec 20, 2006
All the way from London, England comes the power/epic metal band Dragonforce. These guys have been around now since about 1999 and have been tearing up the metal scene for a few years now.
on Dec 13, 2006
This exclusive PGA interview with Trustkill’s Roses are Red marks the first time ever that the band’s newest member, Tom Zenns (guitars), has been interviewed. They have just released their second album What Became of Me, and recently opened live for Bullet for my Valentine on the Trustkill Takeover Tour. Roses are Red also have a couple of U.S. gigs lined up for December 2006. In the following interview Tom discusses…
on Dec 06, 2006
One of the most original band names you’ll probably ever hear is the name Dry Kill Logic. Named after, of all things, an effects processor, Dry Kill Logic is a hardcore and metal band from New York City who has existed now in some shape for close to ten years. The group has undergone a couple of lineup changes along the way, but the recent release of the band’s new record Of Vengeance and Violence has seen Dry Kill Logic take their sound…
on Nov 27, 2006
One of the few survivors of the nu metal, rap/rock movement of the turn of the century is California’s own Papa Roach. At a time, the band was one of the most popular groups in rock and metal music thanks to their smash hit album Infest and song “Last Resort.” Even though that movement has long passed, P. Roach is still a popular band with a huge following of fans that have witnessed the group morph from their rapping days to now…
on Nov 17, 2006
We caught up with AFI bassist, Hunter Burgan, in early May to discuss Decemberunderground and all that it encompasses.
on Nov 10, 2006
One of the fastest growing metal bands in all of the United States is Mastodon. Mastodon is a group of four guys who play some very hard progressive heavy metal. The band has just recently released their brand new album titled Blood Mountain which has been receiving rave reviews for its cool concept of conquering and surpassing obstacles. In its seven year existence, Mastodon has become known as a working class band, playing hundreds of shows every year and touring almost non-stop, bringing their music to people all across the world. Recently, we caught up with Mastodon's lead singer and guitarist, Brent Hinds, to talk about the new record and how the band formed, among other things.
on Oct 30, 2006
When a band’s members come from big-name groups like Blink-182, The Offspring, Boxcar Racer, and The Distillers, two things can happen: 1. They will use their collective skills to produce amazing music, wowing fans all over the world, or 2. They will rely on their reputations and past successes in order to maintain their fame. Luckily for fans of Angels & Airwaves, this particular band falls into the first category. Frontman Tom DeLonge…
on Oct 23, 2006
From the southern sunshine of North Carolina comes the rock group known as Crossfade. In their brief history, Crossfade have endured much adversity, including a lengthy delay in the release of their debut album and a member leaving the group, but the band is back and tighter than ever with a new record called Falling Away. Since its recent release, Falling Away has been performing incredibly well for the group, continuing the…
on Oct 14, 2006
Following in the footsteps of bands such as Audioslave and Velvet Revolver comes alternative rock's next supergroup, Army of Anyone. Army of Anyone is composed of former Filter leader Richard Patrick along with Dean and Robert DeLeo from one of the ‘90s most prominent rock groups, Stone Temple Pilots. The new band is rounded out by drummer Ray Luzier, a castoff from former Van Halen singer David Lee Roth’s band. Army of Anyone…
on Oct 06, 2006

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