Ahead of an acoustic performance at McCabe’s Guitar Shop in Santa Monica, California, we connected with Spin Doctors front man Chris Barron to talk guitars, practice, and his latest solo album.
With the release of Mineral Bearing Veins, From the Bogs of Aughiska discuss their native Ireland and its rich history, both in the band’s dark ambient scene and in the ancient art of storytelling.
On the eve of Only Forever’s final show, the band spoke about the South Africa scene, the challenges faced and shared memories of twelve years of being a band family.
Hailing from Basel, Switzerland, we spoke with members of noise rock band Asbest about their new album Driven, transgenderism, gender equality and more.
Slay Duggee and their spin on heavy metal directed at young children may not be for everyone, but the band has brought a much needed lighthearted mood to the genre. We learn more about what this intriguing act is all about.
We spoke with Aaron Weaver, drummer for Wolves In The Throne Room, about the finer points of speaking with the forest, recording Thrice Woven, and their upcoming, massive fall tour.
Dan Jackson is single-handedly responsible for some of the best metal to come out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. In this exclusive interview, he discusses Dead Wretch, Void Ritual, his charity label Ipos Music and controversial lyrics.
We get up close and personal with guitarist Markus Vanhala of Omnium Gatherum with an exclusive chat before the imminent release of The Burning Cold via Century Media Records.
We delve deep into the story and history behind one of today’s premier death metal acts Gruesome through an exclusive chat with lead vocalist and guitarist Matt Harvey.
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.
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.
Ahead of Cape Town prog band, Ohgod, playing at Johannesburg’s Brochella, we look back on a year of debut albums and European touring.
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.
Monday nights are jumping once again on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, largely in part to a band called Royal Distortion, featuring members of punk band Barb Wire Dolls. We spoke with frontwoman IQueen about the band and new music.
We spoke with Australian metallers Solace in Exile about their intricate writing process, metal meets musicals, and shouting expletives at audiences.
If Covenant is the band just getting started, you can be sure that tech-metal has a star in the making with Unprocessed - with no ghilan in sight.
Zatokrev frontman Frederyk Rotter discusses his band’s gnarly live show, all things noise, the re-release of their self-titled album, and the music scene in Basel, Switzerland.
How many bands come to mind who would call “painful electrocution” a non-issue when describing their favorite show of a tour? Telepathy are one, and guitarist Rich Powley discusses their relentless touring cycle, and the maelstrom of latest record Tempest.
We spoke with Power Trip frontman Riley Gale about the Texan crossover thrashers’ Southern Lord release, Nightmare Logic, the fate of humankind, and upcoming Adult Swim single.
We spoke with Venom Prison vocalist Larissa Stupar about her band’s Prosthetic Records release, Animus, #MeToo movement, touring with Trivium, and epic Eliran Kantor cover art.