It’s been quite a 20-year ride for The Lawrence Arms. The Chicago-based band celebrated their 20th-anniversary last year and…
July 3th saw the official release of British metalcore stalwarts Bury Tomorrow’s sixth studio album Cannibal on Music for…
Tsunami Bomb has somehow survived the ups and downs of an, at times, tumultuous career. We spoke with bassist Dominic Davi about the band’s reformation, and new Alternative Tentacle Records album The Spine That Binds.
In a well-rounded interview, Mike Bax speaks with HELLYEAH bassist Kyle Sanders about the band’s new Eleven Seven album Welcome Home, the late great Vinnie Paul, and much more.
Rochester, New York metalcore quintet Destroy//Create stopped by to premiere their new “Let Go” music video while bassist Mike McCann dug into his favourite gear, including the Darkglass B7K Overdrive Pedal.
The multi-platinum, four-brother rock band known as Kongos recently released a four-hour documentary series of their lives on the road on YouTube and Amazon Prime; we spoke with bassist Dylan Kongo and got into the nitty-gritty details of the shooting process.
With their fifth album No Justice due on November 8th via Jealous Butcher Records, cinematic psych-rockers Federale’s bassist and vocalist Collin Hegna discusses the new record, how songwriting works in a seven-piece band, and their diverse audience.
Promoting their recently-released seventeenth album Age of Unreason (Epitaph Records), Mike Bax spoke with Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley at ’77 Montréal about punk rock, live music, and Randy Rhoads.
About to celebrate their fortieth anniversary, thrash metallers Overkill remarkably released their nineteenth album, Wings of War, earlier this year via Nuclear Blast Records. We spoke to bassist Carlo “D.D.” Verni about the new music and what motivates him to carry on as a “metalhead.”
Supporting their sixth album Attention Attention (Atlantic Records), Mike Bax spoke with Shinedown’s Brent Smith and Eric Bass about making the record, pressure to create radio-friendly singles, and director Kevin Smith.
Greg Van Kerkhof, bassist for South Africa’s favourite heavy band Red Helen, speaks up about his new acoustic side project, new single “Never Again,” and effects of a life-altering car accident.
Returning to Download Festival once again, Clutch have earned their place on this hallowed ground that is the UK’s biggest, and best rock festival. We took in the environment with bassist Dan Maines and spoke to him about his Download experience.
Halestorm has had tremendous and well-deserved success over the years culminating in headlining the second largest stage at Download festival 2019. Bassist Josh Smith speaks about festivals, weather, and his views on their rise rock’s ranks.