We chatted with Michael "Padge" Paget and Jamie Mathias of Bullet For My Valentine when the band hit Toronto's Phoenix Theatre. Candy and Metallica were discussed!
Shane Black is what is known as a natural born prodigy in his given field. As a screenwriter, he sold his first script out of film school at twenty-two. He’s not exactly a lightweight.
Let’s not beat around the Pentagram, Venom Inc. IS the “true” Venom. With a new album, Avé, due via Nuclear Blast we threw a pentagram the band's way....
We caught up with Toronto, Canada-based musician Eden Warsaw for a quick Q&A about their latest single and upcoming album Calm The Coast.
We recently spoke with RAM and Bloodstock mastermind, legendary artist, Paul Raymond Gregory (who has painted many album covers for groups like Saxon, Dio, Blind Guardian, etc.) about the past, present and future of the festival and most especially, it's art gallery.
It was the end of spring and start of summer when Whores turned the heat up to Toronto. We had a few words about the wacky road and PR conundrums, amongst other things.
While attending this year's St. Kitts Music Festival, we had the pleasure of interviewing Stu Cook and Doug "Cosmo" Clifford of Creedence Clearwater Revival at the event's press conference.
Hailing from Mississippi, Paul Johnson and The About Last Nights is not your average band from the Hospitality State. In this Q&A with frontman Johnson, he came across as a personable, enthusiastic and motivated individual.
We checked in with Detroit, MI's female-fronted band Kaleido to chat about their writing process, new album Experience, Alien Ant Farm and Seether, tattoos, and more!
Crossover metallers The One Hundred dropped their new album Chaos & Bliss via Spinefarm Records on June 2nd. Vocalist Jacob Field spoke about the new album, touring with Alice Cooper, the band’s love for Michael Bolton, and more.
With a solid mix of metal, alternative and atmospheric rock, we connected with bassist Tyler Greene of the Delaware-based group Awake At Last, to talk gear; namely his Line 6 Pod HD Pro X.
With Juice recently re-issued as a 25th-anniversary edition on Blu-ray, Ernest Dickerson took some time to field a few questions around its re-release, plus The Wire and HBO’s much anticipated new series, The Deuce.
Alt-rockers Dishwalla are back with their new album Juniper Road in July via Pavement Entertainment/Sony RED. We spoke with founding bassist Scot Alexander about the new music, Santa Barbara bands, and more.
We connected Royal Thunder drummer Evan Diprima who talked with us about gear and why he loves his Dunnett Classic Titanium snare drum!
A chat with Ireland’s hottest metal export, Dead Label. Drummer Claire Percival on Slipknot, Bikram Yoga, and how exercise helps to keep her both coordinated and healthy on the road.
I don’t think I ever would have gone on the air in any other broadcast environment, ever, on the planet. Only Much Music would have taken somebody like me and put me in front of a camera and then said: “learn”. And I learned in front of the nation.
Dylan Walker of extreme grind machine Full of Hell, decided to forgo the usual album-related Q&A and opted for our Purely Provocative interview, discussing vomit, blood, showering and vampires.
New York's rock trio Bloody Your Hands recently chatted with us about mixed nuts, recording in a bathroom, and their upcoming new album Monsters Never Die, slated for release on July 7th.
We had the pleasure of talking with alt-J's Gus Unger-Hamilton about the band's new album Relaxer, touring North American, playing massive venues, and just being silly.
Face To Face vocalist and guitarist Trever Keith spoke to us about Protection, touring, CBGB, KRS-One, and much more!