Panic at the Disco & Paramore are currently touring with just one or two original members. Is this a cheap cash grab from devoted fans or does the integrity and longevity of their songs live on with just the lead singer?
We spoke with Skinflint vocalist and guitarist, Giuseppe Sbrana, about their latest self-titled album, touring with Tarja, and what it is exactly that makes metal “African”.
Angel Witch recently issued Seventies Tapes and in celebration thereof have a one-off Toronto show on May 16th! We caught up with guitarist/vocalist Kevin Heybourne to talk demos, metal, and much more.
Tommy Victor is one of the hardest working dudes in the business. In this interview, we get the detailed scoop on the new Prong album Zero Days and future touring plans.
Californian metal group Kingdom Of Giants released their new album All The Hell You’ve Got To Spare on May 5, 2017, via InVogue Records. These are the TOP 10 things bands should do to stay alive on tour.
All Them Witches drummer Robby Staebler was willing to take a break from the post-album release bedlam to answer a few questions for us—sharing the origins of the band, stories from the road, and what fans can expect from the tour.
Ahead of their show in London supporting Clutch, PureGrainAudio sat down with Chris Brooks from Lionize to talk about everything from recording in Jamaica to the zombie apocalypse. Read on…
Avatar lead singer, Johannes Eckerström, shares a Tales of Touring Terror story wherein he and his bandmates got a good pranking thanks to the band Evergrey.
Dave Stephens, singer for Detroit’s Equal Vision Records rockers, We Came As Romans, shared this touring-related story about a gnarly travelling experience.
Vocalist Paul Kuhr of The End Records metal band Novembers Doom shared this awesome tour story that we’ve titled “Dirty Laundry”.
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In this new episode of Tales of Touring Terror COB drummer Jaska Raatikainen helps us to understand the downfall of sharing a tour bus.
We Tourpedoed Lzzy Hale, frontwoman for the Atlantic Records rockers Halestorm, and she shared some of her more fun, sickly (pun intended) tour-related anecdotes!