In preparation for the release of their ninth studio album, Cell-0, we spoke with Apocalyptica member Paavo Lötjönen about the new record and Apocalyptica’s rise to fame, including their influencing of Metallica’s S&M record.
Released 40 years ago this week (July 27, 1979) via Atlantic Records, Highway to Hell, the sixth studio set from AC/DC, remains a perfect slab of timeless rock.
Connecticut’s Indestructible Noise Command have released three albums since their reformation nine years ago, including this year’s Terrible Things. We spoke to guitarist Erik Barath a lot about the old days of the late ‘80s, the band’s origins, and various other key moments in the influential metal band’s career.
German stadium rock upstarts Kissin’ Dynamite were recently on tour in the UK supporting the mighty Powerwolf – we caught up with drummer and main lyricist Andi Schnitzer to chat about touring, working with Udo, and rock n’ roll heroes.
Sticking very close to their stylistic “comfort zone,” British pop/rock poster boys, The Struts, take NO chances with their sophomore slab. But given today’s dry and barren rock landscape, Young & Dangerous is just the right record, delivered promptly when it’s needed most.
Super-group, Dream Child offers up an impressive, epic-length effort — a “holy shit” record that recreates the magical long-lost allure of such iconic hard rock stalwarts as Deep Purple, Rainbow and Uriah Heep.
Skindred rolled into London town for Big Tings. Along for the ride were CKY and Danko Jones, so a night to remember!
While on the road in support of We’re All Alright!, we had the pleasure of chatting with Cheap Trick’s lead guitarist and principal songwriter Rick Nielsen by phone.
If you want to learn more about AC/DC, this is an essential purchase. It is interesting, easy to read and will look great on your coffee table.
The Beserker Blóthar has taken over as GWAR‘s lead vocalist and we spoke to him about the new Metal Blade Records release The Blood Of Gods, masturbation & more.
Aussie hellraisers Airbourne return with their fourth studio album so, grab a beer, crank this up and enjoy this blast of unapologetic rock n’ roll…
Originally intended for release in 2014, former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd’s, first solo album is finally seeing the light of day. See what we make of it in our review inside…