We caught up with Against Me! drummer Warren Oakes for a chat about, the soon-to-be-released new album New Wave, how to react to "a rise to fame", and of course... when not to wear short-shorts.
Check out Light This City's debut video for the song "The Unwelcome Savior" taken from their Prosthetic Records album, Facing The Thousand.
Florida-based punkers, Against Me!, played a great opener for Mastodon. While there, we interviewed drummer Warren Oakes and he is one heck of a nice dude!
Dimmu Borgir guitarist Silenoz took us aboard his bus-like fortress and answered some questions regarding the band's highly anticipated new album In Sorte Diaboli, touring, videos, and his "retirement plans!"
Buckcherry is an American rock band from Anaheim, California formed in 1995.
While on tour with Dimmu Borgir, DevilDriver, and Kataklysm, Unearth stopped at the Kool Haus in Toronto, Canada and were connected with PureGrainAudio for a short video interview. Bassist John "Slo" Maggard was kind enough to talk to us on his tour bus and during our brief discussion we touched upon Unearth's new track "The Chosen," touring and much more! Check it out!
Byzantine is a heavy metal band from Charleston, West Virginia that formed in 2000. On January 26, 2012 the band announced that they are recording a new album, 4 years after they disbanded.
Bleeding Through is an American metalcore band from Orange County, California, formed in 1999. The band blends influences stemming from modern hardcore, symphonic (black) metal, and melodic death metal.
Released on March 13, 2006 via Island Records, Grand Unification is the debut recording from the British rock band Fightstar. The single, "Paint Your Target," among other singles, heaving touring, and climbing British charts, led to the album being released overseas via the now defunct Trustkill Records.
Music video by All That Remains performing "This Calling" out in 2008 via Razor & Tie.
"The Air That I Breathe" Music VideoMusic video by All That Remains performing "The Air That I Breathe" out in 2008 via Razor & Tie.
During a stop over in Guelph, Ontario in Canada while on tour with Lamb of God, Trivium and Machine Head, French death metallers Gojira were nice enough to afford us an interview.
"Anna's Love" Music Video
Amon Amarth is a Viking-themed, melodic death metal band from Tumba, Sweden, founded in 1988 (current name since 1992), and named after an alternative name for Mount Doom, a location in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth.
Bullet For My Valentine (or Bullet or BFMV as they are sometimes known), is a four piece metal band from Bridgend, South Wales. These guys formed around the year 1998 and started out playing Metallica and Nirvana covers before they started to make it big writing, recording and releasing their own music. Recently, the band has really started to explode into the mainstream of metal, playing on last year’s Van’s Warped Tour and…
All That Remains rocked the Opera House in Toronto like one would expect. From sweaty moshers to raging music, this show had it all. ATR always puts on such an amazing performance, all of which was caught on a Canon EOS 20D.
A very interesting new band that is receiving a lot of attention as of late is the group Say Anything. The band is led by drummer Coby Linder and lead singer Max Bemis, a very interesting fellow who has had to endure many ups and downs in his life. Bemis actually was placed in a mental asylum for two weeks during the recording of the band’s album ...Is A Real Boy. Last summer Say Anything recently wrapped up a string of dates with…
The following interview with guitarist Chris Rawson of Walls of Jericho took place at the Opera house in Toronto on May 21, 2006. They were supporting Bullet for My Valentine and Roses are Red on the Trustkill Takeover tour. Walls of Jericho had just completed recording of their latest album With Devils Amongst Us All which was not yet released at the time of interview. Chris talks about the album as well as their previous…