For their more astute followers, the musical evolution of Cinderella was wonderful to behold. Their hard-hitting 1986 debut, Night…
Released on February 24, 1975, via Swan Song Records, Physical Graffiti, the sixth studio set from Led Zeppelin, marked the apex of the band’s impressive eight-album catalog. 45 years on, it remains an important, timeless classic rock record.
Frank White got his start in photography as a teen shooting Led Zeppelin, Bob Marley, Thin Lizzy, and Black Sabbath. We spoke with him about his career and his impressive book about Ronnie James Dio.
In the light of recent events, and on the eve of As I Lay Dying embarking on a new tour supporting their Nuclear Blast Records-released album Shaped By Fire (September 20, 2019), the questions of forgiveness and separating art from artist are raised.
Los Angeles quartet Dirty Honey is currently touring with Slash & the Conspirators on the strength of their five-song debut EP. We spoke to singer Marc LaBelle and bassist Justin Smolian about their music, their origins, and opening for the legends The Who.
Released 40 years ago next week (August 15, 1979), via Swan Song Records, In Through the Out Door, the iconic eighth studio record from Led Zeppelin still feels good — like a warm hug from an old friend.
Supporting their full-length recording, Anthem of the Peaceful Army (Republic), Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet were in Toronto for two concerts, along with English blues-rockers Ida Mae, at the newly redone RBC Echo Beach.
In the latest edition of our continued Top 10 series, Century Media-signed heavy metal band Witherfall give us their “Ten Best Album Covers According to Witherfall,” including King Diamond, Led Zeppelin and Type O Negative.
Founded in 1996, Furnace Record Pressing is primarily known for producing high-quality vinyl records for the likes of Metallica, Foo Fighters, Beck, and Led Zeppelin. We had the pleasure of speaking with Furnace CEO Eric Astor about food and vinyl.
With a no-holds-barred, dirty rock‘n’roll debut album, The Hex and the Healer, now under their belts, Johannesburg, South Africa-based hell-raisers Hellcats were a shoo-in for our “190 Proof” artist of the month here at PureGrainAudio!
We spoke with SoCal group LAW’s Jakob Nowell and discussed the band’s latest album There And Back Again, Sublime’s legacy, LAW’s future and much more.