Spoke with As Lions’ lead singer Austin Dickinson about the spectacular cover artwork for their debut full-length, Selfish Age, out now via Better Noise / Eleven Seven Records.
In this latest edition of The Pentagram, we were enlightened to some dirty details about The Damn Truth via their drummer, Dave Traina.
In our inaugural “UnCovered” interview, Adelitas Way lead vocalist, Rick DeJesus, hit us up to discuss the concept, creation and symbolism behind the artwork for band’s newest single, “Ready For War (Pray For Peace)”.
We recently reached out to Coen Jannsen, keyboard player and pianist for the Nuclear Blast symphonic metal band Epica, to give us the skinny on their collection of coiffures (except his…), the Danish diet, and the color Orange.
You loved our episode of My Hand Is Cold with Sydney, Australia-based reggae rockers, Sticky Fingers, so we’re bringing you an outtake video!
Lance Marwood arrived early to share some words of wisdom (and general misanthropy) with Matt Fox, Shai Hulud’s guitarist, vocalist, and sole remaining founding member.
Paddy Cornwall (bass/vocals) and Seamus Coyle (lead guitar) of Australian reggae rockers, Sticky Fingers, chatted with us for an episode of My Hand Is Cold about their forthcoming 2016 album, drugs, Kylie Minogue and more.
Recently we connected with Cole Schwartz, founder and guitarist of the high-energy Dallas, Texas-based pop/rock band, Drayter, who talked to us about some of his key gear!
With his debut solo effort, Back to Balance, out as of October 23rd, we were fortunate to grab some time with Dutch drummer Koen Herfst who, in turn, shared some thoughts on his TAMA Starphonic aluminium snare drum.
We recently had a chance to sit and chat with Frankie Poullain, bassist of The Darkness, about his favorite piece of gear, a Gibson Thunderbird guitar.
We recently had a chance to sit and chat with the legendary Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein about his band’s current tour, his latest record Abominator, his passion for hot sauce, and displeasure for cellphones at shows.
We spoke with Miss May I frontman/lyricist Levi Benton about their album, Rise of the Lion, current tour with August Burns Red, living off of Dave Matthews’ leftovers, and applesauce.