We’re diving deeper into the world of Russian gothic metal band The End of Melancholy and snagged some time with frontwoman Olly Lex for a special cuisine-flavoured interview in our latest edition of Art of The Meal.
Composed of former members of Paradise Lost and Vallenfyre, Strigoi is flying high off the release of their debut Abandon All Faith via Nuclear Blast. We spoke with Greg Mackintosh and Chris Casket about the album, politics, religion and family.
Detroit’s Child Bite never sits still, operationally or creatively. We recently spoke with the band’s lead singer Shawn Knight about their new album Bad Omens (Housecore Records), working with super producer Steve Albini, and the contributions of Voivod’s Daniel Mongrain.
In their time together, The Narrow has become a highly influential band within the South African rock scene. We spoke with lead singer Hanu de Jong about their latest album Dream of Perelandra, most successful song “Lonely Lonely,” and current trek, the Fired Up Tour.
In the light of recent events, and on the eve of As I Lay Dying embarking on a new tour supporting their Nuclear Blast Records-released album Shaped By Fire (September 20, 2019), the questions of forgiveness and separating art from artist are raised.
While on tour with Sebastian Bach, we spoke with Kobra and The Lotus lead singer Kobra Paige for a new edition of our Pumping Metal interview series in which she discusses her approach to fitness, why she takes exercise seriously, and her full weekly routine.
You know, there is just a line of decency in any situation, is there not? With the recent eOne release of their new single “Playing With Fire,” frontman Dylan Villain of Canadian hard rockers The Wild! runs down his top ten list of “things you shouldn’t ask a musician.”
Fresh off the release of their recent single, “Notthatdeep,” New York’s MissYou’s lead singer Blaise Beyhan joins us for a new edition of our Pumping Metal interview series wherein he discusses health, his workout regimen, and music that gets him pumped.
Fresh off the release of their new Century Media Records album Heart Like A Grave, we spoke with Insomnium vocalist Niilo Sevänen about the new record, lengthy history together, and depressing Finnish music.
With their fifth album No Justice due on November 8th via Jealous Butcher Records, cinematic psych-rockers Federale’s bassist and vocalist Collin Hegna discusses the new record, how songwriting works in a seven-piece band, and their diverse audience.
Leeds UK noise rock band Thank is about to release Please on October 11th (Buzzhowl Records and EXAG). In anticipation, lead singer Freddy Vinehill-Cliffe joins us for a guest blog to take us through what a night at Leeds’ co-operative show/rehearsal space CHUNK is like, with Damn Teeth and Black Antlers.
Death metallers Vitriol are just about to release their stunning debut album To Bathe from the Throat of Cowardice via Century Media, and lead singer Kyle Rasmussen joins us for our Vinyl Variety series to run through his top record shops in Portland, Oregon.
Fresh off the release of their new 7-inch release Dead Off The Floor (Pink Lemonade Records), we spoke to Hellbent lead singer Phil Paxton about his history getting inked, including why actor Keanu Reeves would potentially be his most prominent tattoo.