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Interview with Between The Buried And Me: The Future Is Now

Progressive metal quintet Between The Buried And Me are back at it again, rigorously touring the U.S. The North Carolina-native band continues to perform on the success of their 2012 release and their eighth album to date, The Parallax II: Future Sequence. The group, currently with Metal Blade Records,…

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An Interview with Brick + Mortar: Stepping Out


Asbury Park-based alternative rock duo Brick + Mortar have been getting into some good habits as of late. The band just performed in Austin, TX at SXSW, has a tour with Morning Parade slated, as well as a stop for a Bonnaroo set along the way. In more local…

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Interview with Animals As Leaders: Painted By Numbers

Progressive metal ensemble Animals As Leaders have just put out their most up-to-date full-length album, The Joy Of Motion, this spring. Currently with Sumerian Records, this is the group’s third release to date since 2009. The band is in the middle of a tour supporting the record, and one…

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An Interview with Anthony Green: To Plant A Seed

Pennsylvania-born singer-songwriter and Circa Survive frontman Anthony Green has just put out a full-length follow-up to his last solo album, Beautiful Things. The vocalist’s most up-to-date work, Young Legs, showcases his ever-expanding musical exploration as well as his vast talent vocally. His arrangements on the current solo effort also…

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Interview with Jesse Leach from Killswitch Engage: Sequences Of Fate

Contemporary American metal outfit Killswitch Engage are currently touring in support of their widely praised release, Disarm The Descent. With original vocalist Jesse Leach’s return to the roster of the quintet, big things are surely on the horizon. Don’t call it a comeback, though, as the seamless harmony of…

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Interview with Islands: True To Form

Canadian trio Islands have combined their musical strengths in an effort titled Ski Mask. The 2013 release is a fusion of laid-back pop and rock, with an undercurrent that mirrors the classics of generations past. The group is a few albums deep these days, but this piece is the…

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Interview with Blue October: Shifting Tides

Texas-based alternative rockers Blue October have the rest of this year and beyond mapped out in tour dates. The band’s latest work, Sway, incorporates a multitude of influences from across varying rock soundscapes as well as refreshed lyrical content. In an attempt to explore a new facet of themselves…

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An Interview with Jon Howard from Threat Signal: Winding Up

Comprised of mainly Canadian heavy metallers, Threat Signal have made an understated mark on the contemporary scene that they have managed to maintain for a decade. With a dedicated fanbase behind them, this band has toured consistently for years and will be pioneering new territory with Chimaira this summer.…

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Five Knives: The Rising

Nashville-based synth rock outfit Five Knives are releasing their five-track disc through Red Bull this year. The Rising begins with the album’s first single, “All Fall Down.” It is a technical, slow-building electronic introduction that forms the foundation that exists underneath the extent of the record. The aggressive punk-inspired…

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Robbie Fulks: Gone Away Backward

Illinois resident country veteran Robbie Fulks’ latest full-length effort, Gone Away Backward, has a flavor all its own, as the artist draws upon his 20 years of experience for fuel. “I’ll Trade You Money For Wine” sets the bar within the present day country genre for how it should…

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