Having just dropped their new album Built to Destroy, which followed confirmation of their main stage slot at this year’s Bloodstock Festival, now seemed like a good time to have a chat to Richie Cavalera from groove metallers Incite.
Strip clubs, Russian customs and much more, you could never accuse life on the road with Nottingham metallers The Five Hundred of being dull. Mark from the band spoke to us about their experiences ahead of their upcoming dates supporting Shvpes.
The Paltrocast continues with episode 13 and, this time around, Darren Paltrowitz sits down for three engaging interviews with wrestling legend and DDP YOGA founder Diamond Dallas Page, Rammstein and Emigrate guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, and author and entrepreneur Marci Zaroff.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Jake Burns, lead singer and guitarist of Stiff Little Fingers, to discuss his band’s influential history, Canadian tours, and what lies ahead for them.
Fancy some spiky, quirky art-punk with a distinct mod twist and a bucket-load of energy? Step up, Perennial. With debut album The Symmetry of Autumn Leaves comes a fleeting ball of raucousness and experimentation, and with album number two coming soon, we spoke with the band to discuss the past eighteen months.
Dave Ellefson of Megadeth and Frank Bello of Anthrax just released the album Get It Out under the moniker Altitudes & Attitude. We spoke with Ellefson at length about working with Bello and the new music.
UK Prog rock act Temples On Mars are set to make an appearance later this January in South Africa. We get all the juicy deets from vocalist and guitarist James Donaldson about sharks, names, and Primordial Records.
After a prolific 2018 with a full-length, three EPs and a split EP, Baton Rouge quintet Thou continue to live outside any presupposed musical confines. We caught up with Mitch Wells and Bryan Funck to discuss their influences while they handed us a Thou-curated playlist!
We caught up Reverend Beat-Man and Nicole Izobel Garcia to briefly discuss their history, the Voodoo Rhythm Records release, Baile Bruja Muerto, and other facets of life they’ve encountered on their treks through the Old and New World.
Maryland hard rockers Clutch released their latest album, Book of Bad Decisions, back in September and, while at Riot Fest in Chicago, we spoke with guitarist Tim Sult about the music, their origins, and a whole lot of randomness.
Ahead of the release of their new album, 'Everyone Around Me', through Sharptone Records this week, Commonwealth frontman Tyler St.Clair talks about the challenges facing bands these days. Check out this exclusive video clip here.
We spoke with Canadian rap/metal band, Fatal Switch, and lead singer Steven Tobin dished on the group’s major musical influences, the story behind the “Who We Are” music video, and then some.
We spoke with SoCal group LAW’s Jakob Nowell and discussed the band’s latest album There And Back Again, Sublime’s legacy, LAW’s future and much more.
Intrigued by South Florida brother and sister duo The Haunt, we spoke to Maxamillion Haunt about their beginnings, debut EP, elaborate and original music videos, plus their recent tour with Palaye Royale.
We spoke with singer Maurice Swinkels and lyricist Tony Manero of Dutch metal quartet Legion of the Damned about touring and recent Napalm Records release, Slaves of the Shadow Realm.
We caught up with Dominik Goncalves dos Reis from doom metal band Downfall of Gaia and put his group in the crosshairs for a bit of a chinwag regarding their new Metal Blade record, Ethic of Radical Finitude.
Having been around in the ‘90s, South African rockers, Lithium, have reemerged with a few battle scars. PureGrainAudio got talking with David Beretta Owens about the band, their history, and the future.
Hip-hop performer Otis Mensah has a new EP out titled Mum’s House Philosopher and it is an album not to miss. We spoke with the artist about his new EP, what artists he truly looks up to, and what’s next for him.
South Africa’s Zombies Ate My Girlfriend and their production crew, reveal the sweat and tears behind the making of their latest music video, “The Worst Is Yet To Come,” which also gave us a chance to talk about the concept of humanity being fucked.
Summer saw them playing Warped Tour while December saw them touring Europe with Bowling For Soup so it would be fair to say that 2018 was awesome for Not Ur Girlfrenz. We spoke to the band recently to find out more about their favourite bits of the last twelve months.