In the latest interview for our "UnCovered" series, Sean Wouters and Nico Espinosa from garage rockers Deaf Poets talk about the inspiration behind Lost In Magic City.
Ahead of the release of their controversial new self-titled album, Eddie Hermida from US deathcore titans Suicide Silence spoke about the album, the reaction and the recent spat with Thy Art Is Murder...
Ritual Festival comes to Leeds on April 8th and, ahead of the all day extreme metal event, we spoke to the festival organisers about headliner Ihsahn, future plans and more...
Despite commanding a voice as powerful as it is angelic, and guitar chops that give even Slash a run for his money, Kennedy retains a humility that few bona fide rock stars exhibit.
Interview with Lorna Shore guitarist Adam De Micco wherein we delve below the surface of Flesh Coffin into their philosophy behind the music, as well as pop music, and their riff on today’s metal scene.
We chatted with guitarist Tim Kazer of Taunton, UK's atmospheric doom/sludge metal quartet, Sail, to understand the sound on their upcoming album, Slumbersong, due March 10th via Hibernacula Records.
UK rockers, Deaf Havana, released their latest album, All These Countless Nights, on January 27, 2017, and we asked them about the simple-yet-evocative cover artwork.
All Them Witches drummer Robby Staebler was willing to take a break from the post-album release bedlam to answer a few questions for us—sharing the origins of the band, stories from the road, and what fans can expect from the tour.
Matt Snell is many things: Bassist; Mechanic; Educator; Jazz enthusiast; Metal fan. He’s also a very talkative fellow, yielding a very giving interview, answering all of the questions put to him with candor and detail that is most refreshing.
We chatted with Ian Blurton, guitarist/vocalist with Toronto, Canada rockers, Public Animal, about his 1965 Left-Handed Gibson SG Junior and why he loves/uses it so much.
We caught up with Dan Thomson, guitarist/vocalist for Toronto's post-hardcore band Sparrows, to ask how the cover artwork for the new album Let the Silence Stay Where It Was came to be.
Arrival is truly one of the finest films of 2016, and PureGrainAudio was able to field twenty minutes worth of questions at Mark O’Brien, a Canadian-born actor with a significant role in the movie.
R.I.P. vocalist "Fuzz" hit us up via email to discuss the slick cover artwork of his Portland, OR-based band's latest album, In The Wind.
Canada's progressive metal/rock quartet, Slyde, released their 4-track Back Again
EP on February 17th (purchase a copy
and we caught up with keyboardist Sarah Westbrook to chat about gear.
We chatted with bespectacled 90's darling, Lisa Loeb, about Steve Martin, record collections, Blacktop Records, and what its like to play "Stay" over 20 years later.
Their latest EP, their ideological inspirations, science fiction, superpowers, video games, and the fabled Rody Walker Big Cock Appreciation Experience.
Touring in support of their fifth album, Nosebleed Weekend
, which dropped on April 15th via Suicide Squeeze Records (buy here
), we talked gear with Stephanie Luke, drummer, vocalist and co-writer for Atlanta, GA's The Coathangers!
We start 2017’s Pentagram with Curezum. Who the hell are they? Just juxtapose The Cure and Burzum and voila, you have the most misery-laden, tribute band caked in black and white makeup. Get depressed!
Checked in with Sasha Chemerov, Ukrainian-born band founder, guitarist and lead singer of LA rockers, The Gitas, to better understand the cover artwork of the group's new album, Beverly Kills.
Spoke with As Lions' lead singer Austin Dickinson about the spectacular cover artwork for their debut full-length, Selfish Age, out now via Better Noise / Eleven Seven Records.