Brad Perry, the musician behind Caverns of Pine, speaks about his project’s dedication to sharing the stories of those who have suffered sexual violence and trauma. Out now via Self Aware Records, all proceeds are donated directly to FORCE, a non-profit that aims to support sexual trauma survivors and disrupt rape culture.
To hear someone putting what you feel into crushing, audible assault is gratifying in a way that is dubiously hard to describe, usually dependent on whether someone else has ever shared that experience.
In this “Rock Heart” interview with British rock ‘n’ rollers, The Temperance Movement, we speak with vocalist and musician Phil Campbell about music and how it saves.
During 2016’s 70000 Tons of Metal cruise, Paul Kuhr, vocalist for The End Records dark metal band Novembers Doom, explained how incredible it is for him to have his music both touch and help fans the world over.
Davey Muise, lead signer of Boston, Massachusetts-based, Pure Noise Records post-hardcore vets Vanna, shares what music means to him, plus sheds light on his awesome initiative called Find Your Shovel.
Protest The Hero guitarist Tim MacMillar shares a story for our Rock Heart segment wherein, in many ways, music saved his life. Check out his story!
Justin Adams, guitarist for the Eclipse Records-signed, Latin-infused Hardcore/Metal quartet Saint Diablo, shared with us this touching tale which reminds us that you never know who’s got your back!
During 2016’s 70000 Tons of Metal cruise, Moyses Kolesne, guitarist for Brazilian death metal legends, Krisiun, shared with us how his band’s music has saved fans, and why death metal is so special!
Interview with renowned Canadian musician, Ian Fletcher Thornley, wherein we discuss music; namely how special it is and how it can have such a significant impact on both the fans and artists alike.
Late in 2015, while at The Phoenix in Toronto, Canada, we caught up with Swedish/Danish power/melodic death metal act, Amaranthe. Ever-kind and welcoming, vocalist Elize Ryd and guitarist Olof Mörck chatted about the power of music.
On December 13th at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey, we caught up with Senses Fail vocalist James “Buddy” Nielsen who shared some thoughts on opening up about his sexuality and, how in doing so, it has also helped others.