Montreal, Quebec-based metalcore quintet, Suicide For A King are offering a free high-quality MP3 download of their ripping single “The Worst in Us” for you to scream along to anytime, anywhere!
Montréal-based saxophonist, Jason Sharp is no stranger to the local experimental/improv scenes, mainly exploring eletcro-acoustic and durational music, plus…
Montreal, QC-based rocker Paul Kasner is a multi-instrumentalist with an interesting alternative solo project dubbed Venus Furs. His self-produced…
Les Soniques are a Montreal, Quebec-based psych-rock quartet who are set to release their first single “It’s My Time” on February 7th.
After nearly 20 years, psychobilly innovators Gutter Demons are still churning out quality records, with the most recent being 2018’s No God, No Ghost, No Saints. While at Heavy MTL, Mike Bax spoke with the whole band about the festival, Stomp Records, and their gateway bands.
While at this year’s Heavy Montréal, Mike Bax spoke to Killswitch Engage guitarist Joel Stroetzel about the festival, their most recent album Atonement, Joel’s “gateway” concert, and even Game of Thrones.
Toronto’s The Anti-Queens is a fabulous band with a hot new album out soon via Stomp Records. While attending ’77 Montréal Festival 2019, Mike Bax spoke with the ladies about music, merch, and much more.
In a totally wild, off-the-wall interview, Satchel and Stix from Steel Panther discuss, well, a lot of things, including their new record Heavy Metal Rules in this comedic chat with Mike Bax from Heavy Montréal 2019.
While at Heavy Montréal, Mike Bax spoke with Liam Cormier of Toronto’s hugely successful Cancer Bats about their latest album The Spark That Moves (New Damage Records), Sabbath covers, festivals, and much more.
The Dirty Nil are a fabulous Juno Award-winning band that recently released its second record, Master Volume, via Dine Alone Records. At ’77 Montréal, Mike Bax spoke to the trio about their album, David Lee Roth, Metallica, and so much more.
We came, we saw, we moshed, we noshed. ‘77 Montreal is a damn good time. Put it on your calendar for 2020. Here are eight things we learned at this year’s festival.
Montreal hip-hop trio Planet Giza have a sure-fire indicator of future success with their consistent, methodical album, Added Sugar.