Vocalist Joey Avalos of the pop/rock band Stars Go Dim took some time out of his busy schedule to speak with me about the bands sophomore release, Between Here And Now. This album is a warm, melodic affair and is quite enjoyable to listen to. They have shared the stage with many big name acts including Daughtry and All-American Rejects and they are planning to head over to The Philippines for a series of concerts this December. Here is how the conversation went.

Errol Antzis of Psychoteria took some time out of his busy schedule to speak with me about his newest release, I Think I’ll Just Stay Home. Antzis not only provides the lead vocals on the record but he also plays bass, drums and guitar as well making this a sort of one man project. The songs on the record run the gamut from metal to country and everywhere in-between and I think there is something for just about everybody on it. Here is what Antzis had to say.

With the release of their self-titled debut, Die Hard Till Death is preparing to take the metal world by storm. I recently caught up with guitarist Stevil Helmer to discuss the release and the band. Combining groove-laden, balls-out metal with a ton of aggression, DHTD have created a record that metalheads everywhere will surely dig. Here’s what Helmer had to say.

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.