An Interview with Frank Turner: Spilling Guts

It’s safe to say that Frank Turner knows his craft.

In the decade since departing the world of hardcore and beginning a solo venture that is all his own, the British singer-songwriter has proven this time and time again with the release of an astounding six studio albums, five EPs, …

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Interview with Social Distortion: No Surprises

Twenty-five years is an unimaginable amount of time in the ever-evolving music industry. Over the past two and a half decades, countless artists, genres, and styles have risen to prominence only to be soon forgotten, giving way to the latest trend. Yet few have made their mark as well as …

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An Interview with Death From Above 1979: Steering The Ship

A lot has changed in the decade since Canadian duo Death From Above 1979 put out their debut album—and up until last year, their only one—You’re A Woman, I Am A Machine. Dispersing just a couple years after its 2004 release, drummer/vocalist Sebastian Grainger and bassist/synth player Jesse …

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An Interview with Primus: To The Moon

For over two decades, Primus has captivated audiences with their eccentricity after the band first made a name for themselves in the early ’90s with the release of records such as Frizzle Fry and Sailing The Seas Of Cheese. Though their last album of purely original material, Green Naugahyde

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An Interview with Against Me!: Part Of Something Bigger

Started initially as a solo act by vocalist Laura Jane Grace in Florida during the late ’90s, Against Me! has gained an avid fan base through their many EPs, LPs, and their notable live energy. Last January they released their sixth studio record, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, which tells the …

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An Interview with Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy: In On The Joke

There aren’t many artists who can survive a somewhat lengthy hiatus and return stronger than ever, but Fall Out Boy has done it. Their sixth studio album—second since ending their break—American Beauty/American Psycho, may be their most poppy release yet; complete with enormous hooks and samples, arena anthems …

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An Interview with Falling In Reverse: All The World’s A Stage:

Soon after wrapping up a short touring run overseas and releasing their third studio album, Just Like You, on Epitaph Records, Falling In Reverse revealed plans to set out on their latest venture: Ronnie Radke’s Three Ring Circus. A show will consist of three “acts”: the first being electronica …

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An Interview with Matt & Kim: Here Come Better Days

Matt Johnson, vocalist and keyboardist of New York City’s own Matt & Kim, possesses an upbeat energy that is simply contagious. However, this shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to anyone familiar with the duo’s bubbly sound. Releasing their first record in almost three years, the two pack their …

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Interview with Clutch: Taking Chances

Clutch has a busy few months ahead of them. Kicking off the summer concert season a little early last month with friends and previous tour mates Mastodon for the Missing Link Tour, the Maryland natives are also preparing for the release of their 11th studio album, Psychic Warfare, which …

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An Interview with The Used: In Need Of A Revolution

For more than a decade, post-hardcore act The Used has remained constantly on the go, touring seemingly endlessly and releasing albums at a similar pace, with their most recent record, Imaginary Enemy, dropping last spring. They shocked fans earlier this year with the announcement that guitarist and founding member …

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