Ahead of the January 2019, release of their seven-song album Kindred: Act I, we connected with Red Cain vocalist Evgeniy Zayarny for a guest blog about their incredible lead single, “Wing of the Crow”, featuring Kobra And The Lotus front woman, Kobra Paige.
Happy Thanksgiving to our brothers from the south! In celebration of the creators of Black Friday, we we honour the prince of darkness, Ozzy Osborne, and his band Black Sabbath, not to mention the Americanos Pantera and Black Flag.
Chthonic’s newest album, Battlefields of Asura, ties together the events of their past four recordings to create a cohesive narrative that discusses the nuances and intricacies of rewritten history and activism. In this longform article, we explore the mythology and history which is interwoven in their lyrics.
Phoxjaw have caught attention without even breaking a sweat, and their sound is catchy and yet heavy to the point of filth. Frontman Danny Garland gives us a track-by-track of their début EP Goodbye Dinosaur, for fans of At the Drive-In and Cave In.
My real beef with the state of reality TV shows today (especially Keeping up with the Kardashians) is it does not convey our current reality, but it is definitely trying to shape it into something ugly. It’s saying “Hey, we talk shit to each other in our family every day, but we look great doing it, and we resolve our issues in 30 minutes, so nothing here is really wrong.”
Indie rock trio Saint Slumber offer us a track-by-track synopsis of their new EP YOUTH//2, released in September through Kingless Co. Records and Station House Recording.
Yep, we done gone EMO (insert sad emoji here)! Wait, but there’s hope! Or is there? No idea, but either way this week we’ve included our modern day Emo knight, Chris Carrabba, some Morrissey and Fall Out Boy in our emo edition of Throwback Thursday.
Vance Kotrla, the frontman of indie-folk purveyors Sci-Fi Romance, joins us for this exclusive guest blog to detail the creative process behind the band’s recent single, “Voices”, and corresponding, comic book-based video.
Although the world may see Stan Lee as the genius behind Marvel Comics, or the goofy old guy that always had a cameo in the Marvel movies, the truth is that he was so much more than that. We take a quick look back at his unbelievable life and legacy.
Cleveland-based, blues and gospel-influenced alternative band Welshly Arms return to London this week and, ahead of the show, the band talked to us about their influences.
Constantine from London-based Greek rockers 7he 7ouch give us his thoughts on seven different aspects of life in London including culture, music venues and more.
Get your goose cooked while rocking out to some classic tunes form Stone Sour, Chevelle, and Bullet For My Valentine.
Ahead of the release of their new single, "Pray 4 U, Slay 4 U", emerging alt-rockers, Nuns Of The Tundra talk us through some of their influences.
On November 5th, at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern, Richmond Virginia doom giants Windhand stepped on stage to send Toronto into the deepest realms of stoned-out psych-doom goodness.
Fried rice is one of those all times of the days kind of dishes. From breakfast to waking up in the middle of the night with in front of you, it’s perfect for all times and occasions. Toronto chef Danny P. dishes out the stone goods with his “Way Too Fried Rice” recipe.
With loss of life and love and people just destroying each other, aren’t we all just sick of it? I say fuck political grandstanding, playing to the crowd, and taking sides and not saying what we really feel to each other. Let’s just try to come up with real solutions.
Guitar prodigy Angel Vivaldi begins the 2018 edition of “The Guitar Collective Tour”, featuring co-headliner Nita Strauss, on November 19th! Ahead of the trek, the fret board fanatic share his list of the TOP 5 hardest guitar songs he’s ever had to learn.
In our latest edition of Stereo Six, we learned about some of the music that inspired the writing and recording of hip-hop/indie duo Four Fists’ new record 6666.
Joining us for an informative guest post on what it takes to make it as an indie musician, Nightmares For A Week guitarist and singer Bill Manley offers insight on the steps and process required to put out a truly DIY record.
Philadelphia surf-rocking foursome Dry Reef offer us a track-by-track summation of their breezy new album, Daychange, released October 5th via Free Dive Records.