Why is the new Father’s Son full-length from Floridian post-hardcore five-piece, LIMBS so heavy? Guitarists Jordan Hunter and Tyler Martin answer that question and talk amplifiers.
With their Object of Desire EP due on July 27th, we got to know New York rock foursome, Black and Blue, with guitarist Liam Murray discussing his key gear and the new single, “High Friends in Low Places”.
Ahead of the release of their Outlaws ‘Til The End album, Devildriver frontman Dez Fafara talked to us about the album and his crusade against fake metal bands.
We spoke with Skinflint vocalist and guitarist, Giuseppe Sbrana, about their latest self-titled album, touring with Tarja, and what it is exactly that makes metal “African”.
On the first day of the UK’s Download Festival, we spoke with Volbeat bassist Kaspar Boye Larsen. How’s the new album coming along? What’s the “Burger King” incident? Does he enjoy dad-jokes? All is revealed herein!
Gatherers released We Are Alive Beyond Repair on June 1st via Equal Vision Records and vocalist Rich Weinberger helped us breakdown its concept and album cover’s Evelyn Bencicova artwork.
Due this fall via Sweden’s The Sign Records, On Thin Ice is the upcoming fist-pumping album from Spain’s Lizzies. We spoke with bassist Motorcycle Marina about ‘80s hard rock, open-heart surgery, and wrestling as a feminist signpost.
Hudson County, NJ alt/folk rockers, Ferentz and The Felons will issue their debut Hudson County EP on July 13th, so we caught up with front man Zak Ferentz to talk tattoos and debut the “Note to Self” single.
Irish band Stormzone offer up some classic metal on their latest record Lucifer’s Factory. We spoke with lead singer John “Harv” Harbinson about his storied tattoo history!
Khemmis vocalist Phil Pendergast sat down recently to talk about his eclectic record collection and, in this clip, the vocalist for the Denver doom merchants talks about some of his hip-hop and rap albums.
Women in metal aren’t a big deal anymore? Not according to Kaija Kinney, founder of Metalocalypstick, an open air, not-for-profit music festival formed to support female artists in metal, punk, hardcore and other heavy genres.
Famous Last Words continue to promote their Revival Recordings release, The Incubus, so we connected with guitarist Evan Foley to discuss gear; namely his custom, mahogany baritone “Telecaster” clone.
18th & Addison, a punk/rock two-piece from Ocean County, NJ, released a four-song EP titled Vultures on June 1st and, naturally, we didn’t chat with them about their music whatsoever, opting instead for an interview based on messed up stuff.
Sinsaenum’s Frédéric Leclercq spoke with us recently about WWE, Japan, Dragonforce and the new Repulsion For Humanity album.
In conjunction with a premiere of the new “So Dangerous” video, we spoke with melodic alt-rock band Lummox about their music, new video, and the symbolism and imagery thereof.
Southern Californian band Taken serve up a hearty helping of hardcore with their With Regard To EP via Other People Records. We hit up their vocalist Ray Harkins to “reflect” on his ink!
Lowell, MA post-hardcore group Eyes On Satellites unravel the six Rickelle Tavares photos used in creating the cover art for their EP The Illuminator. Turns out, each picture represents one of the album’s six tracks!
We caught up Los Angeles-based dark pop-rock quartet, RIVALS during May, Mental Health Awareness Month, and in turn focused on how these artists work towards stability and well-being.
Ex-Emmure members are back with new band Painless. We caught up with vocalist and ex-Defiler frontman, Jake Shaw, to talk about the debut single “Spellbinder” and forthcoming No Help EP.
While at Northern Invasion 2018, we spoke with The Fever 333 about pre-show rituals, pop-up shows, and favorite songs off their 2018 EP Made An America, released March 23rd via Roadrunner Records.