Supporting their new album ‘Zon’ (Silent Pendulum Records), The World Is Quiet Here bassist Tyler Dworak joins us for a Level Up interview on video games, card games, and RPGs.
In our latest Pumping Metal interview, Circle the Earth bassist Michael McBay discusses fitness and the primary lessons he’s learned from Karate.
Skunk Manhattan connected us with A Good Rogering bassist Samuel Alvarado for a chat about their remarkable new release, ‘Systemic Paralysis,’ touring plans, gear preferences, and a lot more.
Bassist Matt Bachand speaks about the origins of Living Wreckage, their writing process, some of his current favourite bands, touring plans, and their self-titled debut due via M-Theory Audio.
We spoke with Derek Day And Franco Gravante of L.A. hard rock quintet Classless Act about their debut album, ‘Welcome To The Show.’
Devilskin bassist Paul Martin joins us for a 190 Proof interview to chat about boozing, bars, and learning about Caesars from Sumo Cyco.
The Darkness’ Frankie Poullain looks ahead to their US tour revealing his favourite things about touring the States.
Madison Square Garden — NYC 1973. Glistening, bare-chested, nut-hugged frontman Robert Plant releases the mic. And with arms stretched…
To commemorate the much-anticipated release of metallic hardcore mob Bailer’s new album, ‘Disposable Youth’ (Blood Blast Distribution), we connected with bassist Sean Conway for a session of Stereo Six, where he offered us six songs that influenced him in recording the record.
Our heartfelt thanks to Frank Bello (Anthrax’s bassist, duh!) for taking a healthy chunk out of his time to chat about his upcoming book “Fathers, Brothers, and Sons” (written with Joel McIver and due October 12th via Rare Bird Books), Anthrax’s 40th anniversary, and much more!
Continuing to celebrate their début full-length record, ‘Until The Sun Drowns,’ via Open Your Ears Records, Richmond, Virginia alternative pop-punk quintet, Flight Club sent their bassist Alex Triantafilledes for a special chicken wing-heavy instalment of Art of The Meal.
Brett Marquette, bassist with Portland garage-punks, Forty Feet Tall, talks us through the good and the bad of his beloved bass set-up.