In a special interview with Eleven Seven Music metallers Bad Wolves, lead guitarist Doc Coyle speaks about the adoption of the Nike Air Jordan 1 as the “official sneaker of Bad Wolves” and his journey into sneaker culture.
We recently spoke with Swedish doom rock quartet Alastor and lead guitarist Lucy Ferian dished about the band’s history and release of their new Riding Easy Records record, Slave to the Grave.
Celebrating their upcoming new album 18 Summers (out July 27), we connected with Rome Hero Foxes lead guitarist Michael Fox to discuss gear, including his 1964 Fender Jaguar.
Steve Menoian, lead guitarist for the The Detroit, MI-based hard-rocking, Fearless Records quartet that is I Prevail, shared with us how both weights and being a Vegan help him to maintain and enjoy his musical lifestyle.
We chatted with Canyon Gargon, lead guitarist for the pop-punk group Post Season, about some of his key gear.
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Geoff Bub, guitarist of Wisconsin-based death metal act Jungle Rot, about the gear he uses to achieve his signature tone.
I recently spoke to Sylosis vocalist and lead guitarist, Josh Middleton, about the new album’s influences, the recording process, and how the group’s sound has progressed.
Released on March 18th in the USA, the EP A New Life is the HOT new release from Mother, a fucking rad new alternative hard rock quartet from New York City. Loaded with grooves and wicked, hard-hitting riffs, this album is not one to miss. Recently we manage to catch some time via email with lead guitarist Mike Gowen and bassist Johnny to ask them about some of the key gear used on this release. Read on to find out more!
Dude… you need to hear this group; they’re hilarious but also fucking rad! Adelaide, Australia is home to Love Cream, a gnarly rock band inspired by the sweet sounds of the 70’s, 80’s, glam and blues rock. This quartet of young musicians waste no time winning you over with their sexually-charged lyrics and music. Sure it lean way from “serious” towards the fun side, but after all, isn’t that what rock music is supposed to be, fun? We chatted with lead guitarist Nick Robinson to discern what gear was key when recording the band’s debut, First Taste.
Post-hardcore phenoms Chiodos are back at it! Recently signed to Razor & Tie, a label renowned for its killer roster and stellar recordings, and who are set to release this sextet’s new album, Devil, on April 1st, 2014. With a large North American tour (see all dates and buy tickets here) lined up, we wanted to chat with the band and learn more about this new effort. Thankfully we snagged some time with Chiodos lead guitarist and back vocalist (and frontman for The Fall Of Troy) Thomas Erak to learn more about the gear he holds dear!
Budapest, the capital and largest city of Hungary, happens to also be home to a five-piece metal band with an equally impressive and large sound, Omega Diatribe. Currently promoting their 10 track full-length album, IAPETUS, which dropped on October 21st of 2013, the band meld elements of groove, math, and psychedelic to form music that just begs to be heard. We caught up with lead guitarist Gergő Hájer to ask about his Agile 727 Septor Custom guitar and how if impacted the band’s latest release.
We caught up with Anthrax bassist Frank Bello and lead guitarist Rob Caggiano moments before the band’s October 2nd show in Montreal. Together they discussed the group’s last effort Worship Music, John Bush-era songs, the upcoming covers album project, touring and much more.
Few death metal musicians take the time to go over the lyrical concepts of their albums, but Rick Scythe is not your average death metal musician. Recently he was kind enough to take the time to go over the entire Beware The Scythe album track-by-track with me. Read on to see the lyrical inspirations behind the album.
Rick Scythe has been playing blackened death metal and thrash metal for quite some time now as part of the band Usurper. When Usurper broke up, Rick continued to play music and eventually formed the aptly named Scythe. Scythe, while not too far removed from Usurper, is still its own beast with heavy, crushing songs and an old-school vibe. The band recently released the album Beware The Scythe which can be streamed in its entirety below. Here’s how my chat with Rick went.