If there was ever a time to “keep on keepin’ on,” it’s now. Stuck in our homes, restless for…
The massive alternative Reading and Leeds weekender is coming up this week so we thought we’d grab Iain from Aussie boys Press Club to get his thoughts on how best to survive what will undoubtedly be a weekend of rock debauchery.
While the term “mature” hardly suits My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult’s creative content, their latest album, In the House of Strange Affairs, could perhaps be described as “accomplished” in terms of their musical evolution up to this point.
We need to put more emphasis on the “care” in Healthcare and stop treating it as such a business. More and more, pharma and doctors are starting to resemble the drug dealers on the street, where priority #1 is to sell-sell-sell and the consumer becomes less of a concern.
Demi Lovato aside, more and more, we hear about Fentanyl being the nail in the coffin for so many opioid users. Trace amounts of the drug are being found mixed with heroin, cocaine and various painkillers. This cross-contamination is proving deadly…
Backstage at the Capital FM Arena, PureGrainAudio caught up with Brian “Head” Welch, guitarist for metal heavyweights Korn to discuss the past, the present, and the future.
Blood In, Blood Out not only mark’s Exodus’ tenth studio album to date, but also the return of legendary vocalist Steve “Zetro” Souza, who hasn’t appeared on one of the group’s albums since 2004’s Tempo Of The Damned. The thrash metal monsters have a BIG album in store, one that even features a special guitar solo from Metallica’s Kirk Hammett, and it’s no wonder than that they’ve got Souza back to help lead the charge. In true rock and roll fashion, Souza humoured us and dropped some amazing answers in this no-holds-barred interview.
Boston, MA-based rock band, Crash Midnight, are hard at work prepping to release their debut album, Lost in the City, on October 20th, 2014. The band play lean and mean punk-infused rock and roll, and they’re no strangers to humour! Recently, we sat down with Shaun Soho (lead vocals), Bo (bass), and Alex Donaldson (lead/rhythm guitar) to get their take on some of our Purely Provocative interview questions. Here’s whet they had to say….
Canadian musician KO opened up over the phone regarding the context of his music, his past, his journey to where he is now, and his plans for the future. He’s keeping busy, and sending out his message strong; hard drugs are detrimental, stick to the herb! His music deals with some very hard-pressed and personal issues that his fans can relate to. Here’s how it went.
The next song off Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows debut album ‘D.R.U.G.S.’ is premiering now on MTV Buzzworthy. Check out the song with the visual HERE. The band is premiering their album with one song per day until it’s released on February 22. Each song will be accompanied with a visual as interpreted by Kristopher Rey-Talley. If you missed the first two song reveals, you can check them out below.