We connected with Good Charlotte guitarist Billy Martin for an interview about the new album Generation Rx, freelance illustration, hip-hop, touring and more.
Dublin duo Hudson Taylor recently released their new album Bear Creek To Dame Street via Rubyworks Records and we caught up with the brothers Hudson-Taylor, to talk music, hobbies and touring with Hozier.
Kyle Fasel, bassist for the Illinois-based rock group Real Friends, spoke to us about their Fearless Records release, Composure, this year’s Warped Tour, and life on the road.
October has just started and thankfully we can cap off a superb September with our “190 Proof” artist of the month, Perth, Australia’s The Faim. Fresh off their debut EP, Summer Is A Curse, via BMG, this band is a must-add to your #rockradar.
The Beach Boys' Bruce Johnston reflects on the band's latest release The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, among other highlights of his and the band's storied career.
Mudhoney’s Mark Arm spoke with us about his band's new Sub Pop Records release, Digital Garbage, eating terrible food on tour, the Judgement Night soundtrack, and oh so much more!
Last year’s The Blood Of Gods album via Metal Blade Records aside, we focus on all things food, plus the GWARbar, in this interview with Blöthar of GWAR.
We had the pleasure of doing some Q&A with Spooky Cool’s lead singer Zac Hryciak about the group’s new EP Every Thing Ever, the music scene in the band’s hometown of Richmond, Virginia, and Zac’s other hobbies.
We had a spicy little chat with The Offspring front man, Dexter Holland, about his popular hot sauce brand, Gringo Bandito!
August is beginning to wind down and that means it’s time for our “190 Proof” artist of the month! This time out we celebrate all things Alice In Chains and, thanks to some time from William DuVall, discuss the band’s 6th studio album (3rd with DuVall), Rainier Fog (BMG).
Out via Sony RED on August 24th, Tasty Nasty is the latest release from Detroit-based rockers Wilson. We recently spoke with vocalist Chad Nicefield, primarily about his interest in microdosing.
The name Sid Wilson may very well ring a bell due to his role in mega-huge metallers Slipknot. But, as the DJ prepares to release his debut solo record ∫∑x©∆p∆D∑∫ øƒ †h3 høP∑£3∫∫ ®øbø†¡¢, Darren Paltrowitz discovers there’s a lot more than meets the eye with this artist.
Known for her role on the NBC sitcom The Office, Kate Flannery spoke with us at length about her voiceover work, singing in Mono Puff, new film How To Get Girls, and future projects.
New Jersey native, Eddie Trunk, host of the AXS TV series TrunkFest, spoke with us about his new series, the future of That Metal Show, and life as a freelancer.
Original Soulfly drummer, Roy Mayorga was also active with Shelter, Nausea, Crisis and ABLOOM before joining Stone Sour in 2006. We spoke with the skins-master about his drums, rehearsing, film scoring and more.
Epic Meal Time co-creator Harley Morenstein spoke to us about “Pizza In A Bag”, his transition from teacher to accidental chef, Action Bronson, The Beastie Boys, and productivity.
Ohio rockers The National and Danish microbrewery Mikkeller have partnered to release “Reality Based Pils”, a very drinkable, somewhat light, and straight-up pilsner in a cool can.
Their massive new album Catacombs out now via Century Media, we had no other choice than to select New Zealand rockers Like A Storm as our “190 Proof” artist of the month for July. #didgeridoometal
“Lives” starts off Dictator in a great way, giving you the simultaneous hookiness, heavyness and weirdness that one would hope for from a Malakian-related project.
Here are 5 things we learned from seeing Poison, Cheap Trick, and opener Pop Evil during their Nothin’ But A Good Time 2018 show at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater.