In this Fahrenheit V13, Simon Barr, vocalist with Liverpudlian black metal band Dawn Ray’d digs into his extensive book collection for us.
Ivan Julian joins us for a Fahrenheit V13 interview discussing important books from his youth, favourite authors, and the series he feels is owed a film adaptation.
Author and Broken Hope guitarist Jeremy Wagner talks about books, horror, ‘Jaws,’ Hollywood sculptor Nick Mara, and Charlie Benante of Anthrax.
Outlaw pop artist Devora joins us for a Fahrenheit V13 interview in which we discuss the joys of reading, its importance to her growing up, preferred genres, and more.
Laurent Lacrouts and Mathieu Jourdain of The Inspector Cluzo join us for a convo about farming, favourite books, the best concert venues, and much more.
whiterosemoxie joins us for a Fahrenheit V13 interview about books, favourite childhood book, and a special Hunger Games poster.
The Nearly Deads guitarist Steven Tobi, also a writer and author, joins us for a Fahrenheit V13 interview to discuss his reading habits, favourite childhood book, and challenges of the publishing industry.
Supporting the debut release ‘…um,’ via Org Music, Choice Words’ Zachary “Del” Weinberg discusses his book collection, favourite writer and musical biographies.
The Black Halos guitarist Jay Millette, an avid reader, discusses his favourite genre, favourite writers, reading habits, and his top musical biographies.
Jesse Blake Rundle joins us for our inaugural FahrenheitV13 interview, in which we discuss his favourite childhood book, his reading habits, his book collection, and the least memorable book he has ever read.
I recently had a chance to speak with guitarist Robby Rigsbee about his band Zach Williams and The Reformation and their new disc, A Southern Offering. The moment you pop this album into your player you’ll immediately be transported back to the mid-Seventies when southern rock ruled the airwaves. Not only do Zach Williams and The Reformation pay homage to the masters of the genre, (Lynyrd Skynrd, Molly Hatchet, Joe Cocker), they also add their own sound to the mix, making this an interesting and enjoyable release.