Sevendust, who recently revealed a lyric video for their popular cover of Soundgarden’s “The Day I Tried To Live,”…
American metallers, Sevendust have revealed a lyric video for their popular cover of Soundgarden’s “The Day I Tried To…
Clebrating their new album Say Nothing (604, Atlantic, Roadrunner), Theory – aka Theory of a Deadman – guitarist Dave Brenner joins us for this rocking Stereo Six to list the classic ‘90s rock albums that made him into the musician he is today.
Atlanta, Georgia-based rock quartet Brother Hawk are hot off the November 8th release of their four-track Big Trouble Sessions EP, and today are debuting a live video for their bluesy, ripping cover of Soundgarden’s “Fell On Black Days”
Released 25 years ago this week (November 8, 1994), via Mercury Records, Cinderella’s fourth studio set, Still Climbing, remains an impressive piece of work. The last great arena rock effort, it’s a shining lost treasure that’s well-worth seeking.
The award-winning and genre-defying Muddy Roots Music Festival is back for its tenth incarnation in Cookeville, Tennessee between August 30th and September 1st, with the diverse line-up including co-headliners MC50 (formerly MC5) & GZA!
Blackened Whiskey began a collaborative effort between Metallica and Master Distiller Dave Pickerell. Sadly, Pickerell passed away last year, but we had the pleasure of speaking with his successor, Rob Dietrich, about the brand and its parent company Sweet Amber Distilling.
Having just released their double album, Visions of The Blinded World Pt. I & II, Lucky, vocalist with electro-metallers Spookshow Inc., talks about five songs that influenced their sound.
A full quarter century after its original release via A&M, Soundgarden’s Superunknown remains a blistering, cohesive, radio-ready offering — one brimming with Stonehenge-size riffs and often disturbing, dark messages.
Sudbury, Ontario rock quartet, Fortunate Losers continue to promote their phenomenal 2018 modern grunge full-length, Cut Teeth, and today are debuting the The Trenches Media-directed video for lead single “Pocket Candy”.
On the verge of both a European tour with Mono and the release of A Storm of Light’s new album Anthroscene, artist, multi-instrumentalist and composer Josh Graham discusses his visual work within album covers, music videos and creating concert visuals for some huge artists, as well as working with bands on delivering their vision.
On November 16, fans can celebrate the recorded legacy of musical icon and singer/songwriter Chris Cornell, with the 17-track self-titled album, Chris Cornell. Get more info here.
“The only reason grunge exists is because the Pacific Northwest was an overlooked, downtrodden shithole that no one gave a fuck about up until the early 90’s.” So begins our latest instalment of our Ridiculously Short History of… Series; this time for Grunge!