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.
Unwill, poised to self-release their newest record, Can’t Kill Me, on November 16th, joins us for this iteration of our Stereo Six series to reveal six albums (5 classics and 1 curveball) fundamental to their scintillating music.
With the release their heart-stopping full-length debut, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, Greta Van Fleet are residing precisely where they need to be — moving forward comfortably in their own artistic skin, while remaining true to their authentic, classic rock influences.
An exhaustive and expansive effort, the newly-released, super-deluxe edition of The Song Remains the Same is a magnificent, must-have set for any self-respecting Led Zeppelin aficionado.
While on the road in support of We’re All Alright!, we had the pleasure of chatting with Cheap Trick’s lead guitarist and principal songwriter Rick Nielsen by phone.
We chatted with Greta Van Fleet bassist Sam Kiszka about the Lava Records act’s first releases, his first concert, and Michigan.
Are you a guitarist? If not a guitar player yourself, are you a fan of the guitar craft? If not a follower of that craft, what about a fan of classic rock? If the answer to any of those questions is “yes,” this would be a worthwhile purchase.
Led Zeppelin: All The Albums, All The Songs is yet another fine literary work from Martin Popoff, and I look forward to seeing which artist he profiles next in long-form.