We spoke with Yngve Andersen, guitarist for Norwegian “death pop” band Blood Command, about the very cool comic-style artwork for his group’s new Fysisk Format EP, Return of The Arsonist, in the latest edition of our UnCovered series.
Calm that heartbeat with some acoustic, singer-songwriter vibes thanks to our latest free song download, “Can’t Get It By You,” the newest single from Toronto artist Jon Stancer.
As she continues to log the miles touring in support of her latest record SEVEN, we spoke to rock musician Jasmine Cain about her favorite musical gear, including her Warwick bass guitar, the Traynor YBA-300 amp and more!
If “rap metal” gets you as excited as it does us, then you’ll love our latest free song download. Courtesy of Salt Lake City, Utah’s Andrew W. Boss, check out the ripping single called “A Killer,” off the group’s new album Left Alone.
Jared Putnam is a very busy man. The creative force behind alternative rock/indie project The March Divide joins us for a guest blog regarding the making of his new single “I Got Lost.”
We spoke Casandra Carson, lead singer of the hard rock band Paralandra, about their latest record Ascension and experiences touring with major label acts including none other than Swedish guitar great, Yngwie Malmsteen.
The Meat Puppets just released their fifteenth album, Dusty Notes, via Megaforce Records and we spoke with drummer Derrick Bostrom about the recording, his return after a 22-year hiatus, Nirvana, John Frusciante, and their undeniable impact on modern rock.
We have a really cool free song download for you today courtesy of the synth-rock band Magnetic Skies. Check out the title track off their debut four-track EP, Dreams and Memories.
We may share a ton of psychedelic indie/pop, but today we’re delivering in a big way with a free song download and exclusive interview with Victoria B.C.’s Cartoon Lizard regarding their standout single, “Neighbouring Hotels.”
British melodic hardcore bruisers, Black Coast recently released (March 8th) their Ill Minds, Vol. 2 EP via Primordial Records. The volatile new, five-track EP is an excellent entry point for anyone new to the crew. Why not begin your exploration with a high-quality MP3 download of the single “Lost My Limits”?
We usually don’t bring you new music from anyone as young as 15, but we are today with the stream of the brand new EP, Unfiltered, courtesy of the very talented singer/songwriter, Gillian Heidi.
In a special Geared Up interview, we spoke with Javier Sardinas, lead guitarist for the Floridian metalcore band Acaedia, about his favorite instrumentation, focusing mostly on the Horizon Devices Precision Drive.
It's back! Yes, that's correct, Western Canada's Armstrong Metal Fest is returning for yet another year and they have announced the full lineup along with all the festival details
The haze is returning for a third consecutive year! Calgary’s 420 Music & Arts Festival will be returning again this year April 18th to 20th, featuring headliners Crobot, Valley of the Sun, Disenchanter.
We recently connected with Savage After Midnight keyboardist James “JT” Thomas for a new edition of Tattoo Talk to learn more about his ink, their connection to Memphis, Tennessee, and the new EP 11:59.
Only a total fool would not be absolutely thrilled to be bringing you the exclusive premiere of DATAROCK’s brand new record, A Fool At Forty Is A Fool Indeed!
We get “Crazy” during our chat with Grayson Erhard and his frequent collaborator John Runnels, also of indie folk band Morning Bear, about their cover of the Gnarls Barkley hit, plus a chance encounter with legend Stevie Wonder.
It's been a long time coming, but here it is and we have it for you first, exclusively, the premiere stream of Swiss alternative metallers Down To The Bunker's debut album Misery.
Glam rockers Mother Feather join us for a new edition of Stereo Six, describing five classic albums (and one curveball) that directly influenced the glammed-up sounds on their most recent Metal Blade Records release, Constellation Baby.
Los Angeles heavy rock group Worldwide Panic are inserting a little Canadiana in their sound with a cover of Canadian pop rock artist Alanis Morrisette’s “You Oughta Know”. Check out the new video and upcoming tour dates.