Guitarist Tony Harker of the Brighton, UK “emogaze” band, Harker, discusses some of his favourite gear, including the Strymon Deco and Spark Booster pedals.
To advance the upcoming 40th Anniversary 4K re-release of Grease, Jamie Donnelly (Jan, one of the quirky members of the “Pink Ladies”) fielded a few interviews and talked about the film, and its enduring legacy.
We spoke with Power Trip frontman Riley Gale about the Texan crossover thrashers’ Southern Lord release, Nightmare Logic, the fate of humankind, and upcoming Adult Swim single.
We spoke with Venom Prison vocalist Larissa Stupar about her band’s Prosthetic Records release, Animus, #MeToo movement, touring with Trivium, and epic Eliran Kantor cover art.
No strangers to a grubby good time, we caught up with Dylan Slocum, frontman for the Los Angeles, CA-based punk quintet, Spanish Love Songs, and asked some of our more “out there” interview questions.
In our recent chat with Godsmack frontman Sully Erna, we discussed the new album When Legends Rise (due April 27th via BMG), touring with Shinedown, and the band’s future.
We spoke with Jeff Rosenstock about his music and new album, POST-, out now via Polyvinyl Records.
One of the most interesting people in rock today, Maynard James Keenan, took some time to speak with us about wine, restaurants, a pizza truck, and new A Perfect Circle album, Eat The Elephant.
Ruminating on Hail Destroyer’s creation, Cancer Bats’ frontman Liam Cormier spoke with us about the album’s 10-year anniversary, how things have since progressed, and much more.
The Dead Daises vocalist John Corabi took a healthy chunk of time to talk about Burn It Down, the band’s creative process, their shorthand style of writing new material, and working with Marti Frederiksen.
Bassist Maddox Messer and guitarist Donnie Deville of the Dallas, Texas-based rock quintet, MESSER gave us the dirt on a whole wack load of their ink!
When talking with Randy and Jason Sklar by phone, music was a constant topic being referenced. We also covered their comedic documentary Poop Talk and forthcoming audiobook for Audible, Sklars & Stripes.
London-based electronic artist, Tony Njoku discusses the Studiologic Sledge synthesizer and how it helped capture the right sound on his sophomore studio recording, H.P.A.C., due April 27th via Silent Kid Records.
For this latest edition of UnCovered, we speak with John Harv Harbinson, lead singer of Belfast, Ireland’s Stormzone about the artwork for their latest album, Lucifer’s Factory.
With their sophomore album It’s Hard to Have Hope due out May 25th via Translation Loss, Holy Roar, and Tokyo Jupiter, it was high time we caught up with Bristol, UK heavies Svalbard.
We had the incredible opportunity to catch up with Biffy Byford, lead singer of the British metal legends, Saxon, to chat about one of the group’s strongest albums to date, Thunderbolt, Priest, Killswitch and so much more!
After many years of hustling, 2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for Ohio-based rock artist Mick Blankenship. We spoke with the musician about his new album Crown of Apathy, free time, and working with Disturbed’s John Moyer.
Canadian post-hardcore quartet The Burden recently issued their five-track EP The Presence of Past Tense and we spoke with the band and artistic director Ross Vanosch about the album’s simple yet captivating cover artwork.
On April 13th, alternative metalcore group, This Curse will release their new EP, From the Darkest of Places. We spoke with guitarist Joey Galletta about his gear, including the Ibanez RGIB6 and DiMarzio D Activator pickups.
We chatted with August Burns Red lead guitarist JB Brubaker about their newest Fearless Records release, Phantom Anthem, heaviness, resolutions and Between the Buried and Me.