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.
Recently, Greg Darva talked with Society 1 guitarist, Sin. They chatted about the new album, touring, social media and their new record deal.
“The stage is a great leveler. It is the true yard-stick by which an artist can be measured.” These are the words of Steve Alex, frontman of the rock quartet Four Star Riot that is taking the Tampa Bay music scene by storm. After spending the last two years playing with national bands such as Nine Days, Lit, Sum41, Sugar Cult, and Alien Ant Farm…
Although remaining virtually unknown in the international arena, Canadian rock group Fake Reality has developed a moderately large fan following in their home city of Toronto. After the release of their self-titled EP in 2002 the band toured Toronto playing numerous local venues and shows. Sharing the stage with many prominent rock acts such as Finger Eleven, American Hi-Fi…
Myke Harrison is an extremely talented Canadian musician currently residing in Toronto, Ontario. Having spent almost his entire life impressed in music, only as recently as 2004 did he release a debut solo project entitled “The Collected Apologies of Myke Harrison”. Having, in the past, worked with numerous other bands, this recent solo disc came as somewhat of a surprise for fans of his music.
Eighties hair metal band Stryper has announced that they will be recording a new studio record in 2005 this will be the bands first full-length studio record since 1991.
Singer Songwriter Michael Tolcher is finishing up a nationwide tour with pop group Hansen but that is not slowing him down. He will be entering the national television spotlight in the coming weeks. “Sooner or Later” from his latest release, I Am was chosen as the theme for ABCs new teen drama Life as we Know It. The show debuts on Thursday October 7th at 9:00pm.