Death metal group Tomb Mold recently released their sophomore record Manor of Infinite Forms on 20 Buck Spin. We spoke with band mastermind Derrick Vella about the new album, their songwriting, and more.
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.
Juno Award-winning band KEN Mode will release Loved on August 31st via Season Of Mist and New Damage Records. We delve deeper into the album, the story behind the music, and their unlikely road from the financial industry to the wide world of rock n' roll.
We sat down with Gold Key frontman Steve to get his thoughts on some of the modern day technology that is now an integrated part of our society whether we like it or not.
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.
Northern rockers Massive Wagons have just released their new album Full Nelson so we spoke to the band about the album and the massive mural adorning the side of their local pub.
You’ll soon be going wild for South African death-thrash metal band Chaos Doctrine. We sat down with the guys to discuss their self-titled debut release only to find ourselves enmeshed in the human condition.
Lyrics Born discusses his new record Quite A Life, his support and pioneering of Asian-American hip-hop, and upcoming Netflix flick Always Be My Maybe featuring Ali Wong, Randall Park and Keanu Reeves.
Three For Silver, led by bass player and singer Lucas Warford, has released their new record, The Way We Burn. Warford discusses his intricate, and complex bass playing, including his Contrabasin and his 5-String Resonator Bass.
Ahead of Cape Town prog band, Ohgod, playing at Johannesburg’s Brochella, we look back on a year of debut albums and European touring.
Youth Fountain have received huge praise for crafting a fresh-sounding brand of pop-punk tinged emo, so upon signing with Pure Noise Records, we had a chat with the rising duo.
Kenneth Ishak’s band Beezewax recently released their latest record, Rainbows. We spoke with Ishak about his favourite gear, including his Fairfield Circuitry Four Eyes Filter Fuzz, and how he incorporates stomp boxes into the recording process.
We spoke at length with Zeal & Ardor lead singer, guitarist, and mastermind, Manuel Gagneux, about his band’s unique history, new MVKA Music release Stranger Fruit, his motivations for starting and continuing the project, and his approach to music.
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.
South African rock legends, Wonderboom, stopped by for a quick chat about their latest “Praying Mantis” video, ninth studio album Rising Sun, their challenges and thoughts on the current music landscape.
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.
London rockers, Curse Of Lono are prepping to release their sophomore full-length, As I Fell, on August 17th via Submarine Cat Records. To better understand their chilled-out sound, we connected with drummer Neil Findlay to talk skins, plus his custom FLIX sticks, rods, and brushes.
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.
With a full-length studio recording due later this year via Sony Music Entertainment Canada, Toronto-by-way-of-Manchester singer, songwriter and rapper, Shotty Horroh discusses his renovated, rocker-ready sound and more.