We’d like to introduce you to Everett, not a man but the upcoming album from indie rockers King Park.…
Toli and Denis of the Russian quintet Wildways literally just released their latest album Day X via Pale Chord. We didn’t ask one thing about the recording, instead opting for some off-colour questions.
18th & Addison, a punk/rock two-piece from Ocean County, NJ, released a four-song EP titled Vultures on June 1st and, naturally, we didn’t chat with them about their music whatsoever, opting instead for an interview based on messed up stuff.
With their sophomore full-length, Nothing’s As It Should Be, due on June 15th, Torrance, CA rockers, The 131ers have debuted their “Crazy” video and got wacky with our Purely Provocative interview!
No strangers to a grubby good time, we caught up with Dylan Slocum, frontman for the Los Angeles, CA-based punk quintet, Spanish Love Songs, and asked some of our more “out there” interview questions.
Deuce is gearing up to release his sophomore solo album, Invincible, on December 1st via Better Noise Records and had some fun with our Purely Provocative interview.
This is our Purely Provocative segment and, thanks to Californian rockers Vista Kicks, shit’s about to get real!
Dylan Walker of extreme grind machine Full of Hell, decided to forgo the usual album-related Q&A and opted for our Purely Provocative interview, discussing vomit, blood, showering and vampires.
Jordan Dismuke, bassist for the Victory Records band Victorian Halls, was down to have some fun and answered a slew of our Purely Provocative questions.
Alaskan-based metal act 36 Crazyfists have completed work on their seventh offering, Time and Trauma, and recently, drummer Kyle Baltus, took a moment out of his busy schedule to answer some off-the-wall questions.
We recently streamed their track “Quickshit McGraw” (hear it below) and as a result decided to ask Golers frontman Charlie Goler to answer some purely provocative questions.
Andrew Low, front man for the indie/punk act The Jazz June, took a brief moment out his schedule promoting the band’s latest album, After The Earthquake (out November 11, 2014 via Topshelf Records), to answer some of our “Purely Provocative” questions for the readers of PureGrainAudio. Here is how the conversation went… funny dude and equally funny responses.
Just who is Justin Symbol? Well, sidestepping the long-winded existential philosophical elaboration, he is a unique electronic/rock/industrial musician who resides in Brooklyn, New York. Dubbed “The King of Negativity,” Symbol is known for not only bad-ass tunes, but also for being seriously boundary-pushing. Think Marilyn Manson, the toilet scene from ‘Trainspotting,’ Nine Inch Nails, the movie ‘Requiem for a Dream,’ Skinny Puppy and Atari Teenage Riot, The Garbage Pail Kids, and heroine-era Ministry, and you’ve got something like Justin Symbol. Fucked up? Yep! But we LOVE it that way. Check out this er… unique interview helping to promote his new release, V Ω I D H E A D.