Today, we’re here to shout the name of progressive heavy metal band Pyramid Theorem. The group is totally psyched…
We connected with Killing Joke singer and keyboardist Jaz Coleman, and spoke about the new album Magna Invocatio (Spinefarm Records), working with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Raven, and forty years of the band.
Mountain Dust keyboardist Patrick Bennett spoke to us from the grounds of Heavy Montreal about their latest Kozmik Artifactz-released Seven Storms, gateway bands and what initially brought the band together.
Delain keyboardist Martijn Westerholt reminisces about Download Festivals past, their new Napalm Records album Hunter’s Moon, and the insanity of the British when it comes to the weather.
We recently connected with Savage After Midnight keyboardist James “JT” Thomas for a new edition of Tattoo Talk to learn more about his ink, their connection to Memphis, Tennessee, and the new EP 11:59.
We recently spoke with the keyboardist for legendary prog rock band Yes, Rick Wakeman, about his career, how the music industry has changed in the last 50 years, and his latest album Piano Odyssey.
Almost like the score to a TV series or movie, the music feels and flows exactly like the moments it is portraying.
Into The Great Divide is a band that has been absolutely on fire lately. We spoke to guitarist, bassist and keyboardist Zack Zalon to discuss his favorite gear, including his Kemper modeling amp.
Canada’s progressive metal/rock quartet, Slyde, released their 4-track Back Again EP on February 17th (purchase a copy and we caught up with keyboardist Sarah Westbrook to chat about gear.
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.
Read our interview with Television Rd; singer Sara “Sticky Sweet” Ostrowska and keyboardist Daniel Collins get weird… and give us insight into their band of rockers.
We chatted with Ascot Royals keyboardist Ben Chauveau about their new EP, upcoming slot at the WTFest Music Festival, and how they persevered when faced with the disaster of having their gear stolen on a Canadian tour.
Quebec band, Blessed By A Broken Heart (BBABH) recently signed to Tooth & Nail Records to release their upcoming studio album, Feel The Power. I recently got the chance to ask drummer Slater a few questions about the new record, signing with Tooth & Nail and his switch from keyboards to drums. Read on to learn more about Slater and Blessed By A Broken Heart.