We like to change it up and not always just focus on the musical side of things, so we spoke to Kings of Spade drummer Matt Kato about his awesome “body” of tattoos. The band’s new self-titled album is out now via Soundly Music.
Etienne Goldberg, also known by his musical stage name Falgar, speaks to us about the reissue of his third record La dama del alba, and touches on some new music coming very, very soon.
In this Geared Up interview we spoke with Alex Paul, guitarist for the Manchester, New Hampshire instrumental post-rock group Girih, about his Electro-Harmonix HOG.
Scott Vogel, vocalist for the hardcore stars Terror, discusses the band’s new album Total Retaliation, how he sees the worlds of hardcore and hip-hop connecting, signing with Pure Noise Records, and more.
We caught up with Bloodbath guitarist Anders Nyström at the tail end of a press junket to ask about revamped expectations, black metal’s new wind, and the uptick of UK death metal content on the band’s new Peaceville Records album.
In our new Geared Up interview, Rob Morrow of The Rob Morrow Band shares some insight on his Collings I-35 deluxe electric guitar, plus his Taylor six and twelve-string acoustics.
Through music, singer and songwriter sam is on the right path forward and has joined us for a more serious edition of Purely Provocative where she offers a look into her personal struggles, to which many can relate.
Kaleido vocalist Christina Chriss joins us for some “tattoo talk” wherein she covers her ink history, her “bad side” and the special tattoo dedicated to the memory of her late grandmother.
Saves The Day founder Chris Conley chats in depth about the story behind the band’s ninth studio album 9, his love for songwriting, having a loyal and appreciative fanbase, the possible return of The Bug Sessions.
In our latest Geared Up interview, Kevin Lee of Kevin Lee & The Kings tells us more about his Orange Dual Terror guitar head and single 12" Vintage 30 Celestion speaker.
On October 8th, at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, we caught up with The Acacia Strain’s vocalist Vincent Bennett to discuss 10 years of Continent, becoming a radio DJ, video games, and more.
Earlier this year, Los Angeles-based three-piece atmospheric guitar band, Nightmare Air, dropped their sophomore album Fade Out via Nevado Records. We caught up with the band to chat Gary Numan, music, and more!
We recently sat down with Canadian hip hop veteran Thrust and had him dish on his role in one of Canada’s classic anthems, “Northen Touch”, and his general thoughts on the Toronto hip-hop scene that continues to gain traction worldwide.
We had the pleasure of doing a Q&A with bassist Jeff Matz about High On Fire’s latest record Electric Messiah, the band’s decision to work with Kurt Ballou on yet another studio effort, how he spends his off-time, and more.
We spoke with Paul Roche, guitarist for country rap group Cypress Spring, to learn a little more about his tattoos and the band’s new album American White Trash.
Daniel Flygh, guitarist for the Norwegian doom/sludge metal band Burn The Man, shares his thoughts on his top gear, including his impressive pedal board and Traynor YBA-1 amp.
Kelly Jones and guitarist extraordinaire Adam Zindani of UK band Stereophonics joined us recently for a conversation touching on David Bowie, The Tragically Hip, and more before their show at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
Psychedelic/western-influenced rock band Spindrift have pushed the envelope once again with their new Bollywood-inspired song and video “Dil Gera Na De”. We spoke with founding member Kirpatrick Thomas to learn more.
Norwegian thrash metal duo Deathhammer share their thoughts on how bad Norwegian metal crowds are, where they draw metal’s intellectual line, and what crimes against metal are unforgivable. We also touched on their new record, Chained To Hell.
We spoke with Kingdome Come drummer James Kottak about getting the band back together, the olden days of the hard-partying 1980s heavy metal scene, and their thirtieth anniversary tour.