“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.
Into The Great Divide is a band that has been absolutely on fire lately. We spoke to guitarist, bassist and keyboardist Zack Zalon to discuss his favorite gear, including his Kemper modeling amp.
Detroit metalcorers A War Within had quite the 2017. We connected with guitarist Spencer Maybe to discuss some of his favorite gear, including his Kiesel DCM7 guitar.
Guitarist Jaret Salvat-Rivera of Philadelphia, PA's psych/stoner/surf rock band, The Bad Larrys, shared some cool deets about his Fender Jaguar and other teachable tech....
Steve Hackett took some time out of his busy schedule to chat about many things both solo and Genesis-related, revealing many of the Genesis/solo songs he plans to play on this upcoming set of live dates.
Recorded at A&M Records Studio in May 1985, “Stars” was helmed by Ronnie James Dio to help raise money for famine relief in Africa.
Water might not do the trick, Blaze The Fireman is coming in hot! He’s been rapping for 11 years and we had to sit down to get to know this man. Read on!
Following their show in London last year, we had a chat to Kristoffer, drummer for Swedish rockers Takida where we discussed the past, present and future...
When talking with Mike Love by phone about the possibility of more unreleased material, it seems more will be coming from both The Beach Boys and Love vaults in the near-future.
And Justice For Art continues its amazing UnCovered series via this interview about the Zodiac cover art from alternative rock quintet, Falling Through April.
On December 2nd at The Garage in Burnsville, MN, we caught up and chatted with The Wrecks bassist Aaron Kelley and guitarist Westen Weiss.
Issued via New York's ORISSA
on November 3, 2017, Resurrection
is a nine-track album that fans of all things prog or cinematic metal are going to love.
John Ondrasik - known for his work fronting Five for Fighting -- has also sold television shows, become an in-demand public speaker, and leads a variety of non-profit causes.
"We're not going to fuck with demos, we're just going to make the god-damned record. And that's what we did. I think it captured some of the rawness."