Anyone who works all the time without taking time off to unwind runs the risk of ruining their health. In fact, anyone who currently follows a dangerously busy daily routine best be taking some serious down time – it is vital in order to maintain a healthy and stress free life! If you have no idea how to this however, then you should probably get some help.
As with numerous bands in the rock industry, SOiL has taken on its share of bumps and bruises. What separates this band from many others, however, is that their vivacious tenacity has once again aided them in persevering with their musical goals. When the group’s lead singer jumped ship a couple years back, all seemed lost.
On the night of his most recent stop in Toronto, former Econoline Crush frontman, Trevor Hurst, sat down to chat with Aaron Willschick to discuss the forming of his new band, Hurst, the end of Econoline Crush, the new album among other things.
Don’t be confused by the look or the sound. Virginia Creeper is not Glam metal and not industrial metal. Rather Virginia Creeper is self proclaimed Prophetic Industrial Metal. Hailing from New York, Virginia Creeper, (incidentally the name of the vocalist and the band) combine grinding guitars and heavy beats with a message heavy on death and dying.
Chris Gonda recently sat down with the members of Analog Digital Disorder (A.D.D.) to discuss the origin of a band, their latest release and how having a female vocalist affects the band. Here’s how the meet-and-greet went down.
“Gasoline is what it takes to get things moving and this is the album that’s going to take us from one place to another.” Those are the words of Tyler Connolly the front man for the Vancouver band Theory of a Deadman who are tearing up the charts and entertaining crowds throughout the country.
Recently, Chris Gonda sat down with the full lineup of the band known as Vulpine. They discussed the origin of the band, the many events of the past year, the latest album, and what the future holds for the band.
As the frontman for the Tampa based band 4 Star Riot, Steve Alex is no stranger to the music scene. With his newest project Universal Dropout he switches gears a little bit going from the power pop/rock sound of Four Star Riot to a more R&B/ Bluesy sound that suits him well. Described as “that classic blend of sensitivity and swagger, Alex cites influences…
Chris Gonda recently had the chance to speak with the members of Illbreak. They chatted about their recent victory in the competition entitled “Search for the Next Rockstar”, their new album and what the future holds for their band.
Recently, Chris Gonda had a chance to sit down with Shinedown’s bassist, Brad Stewart, and drummer, Barry Kerch. They talked about the origin of the band, getting signed, the new album and their many influences. Check it out!
Apart from being a quartet of truly down-to-earth, kind, and hospitable guys, Life of Agony is also one hell of a seriously amazing heavy music band. They have playing together since roughly 1989 and after breaking up nearly a decade later in 1999, they have reformed and come back stronger and more powerful than ever.
When INK recently hit up Toronto, Chris Gonda had the opportunity to chat with these Greece natives. They discussed the bands origin, the major differences between the Greek and North American music scenes, and much more.
Greg Darva recently spoke with SOiL guitarist, Shaun Glass. They talked about, the upcoming album, influences, and the recent lineup change among other things.