Interview with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Revealing Tricks

Robert Levon Been, 33.3333 percent of California’s Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, called the Aquarian Weekly while scrambling to get ready for their lengthy jaunt in support of Beat The Devil’s Tattoo. Been admitted some level of anxiousness regarding one of their more high profile dates, a stop at Texas’ …

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Interview with Rob Halford: A Metal God Christmas

Halford III, Winter Songs has had legions of fans bracing themselves for the worst. The Metal God invoking the yuletide spirit is a curveball straight out of @#!&. A posting on Blabbermouth.net exclaimed that this was Rob Halford jumping the shark, a reference to the farfetched and declining year of …

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Interview with Powerman 5000: The Rebirth

Since the early ‘90s Spider, aka Spider One, has helmed this spaceship of multicolored lights and futuristic sound known as Powerman 5000. Dressed in leather with blood-stained lips and stiletto dance shoes, Somewhere On The Other Side Of Nowhere is the band’s return to their true form and purpose. Spider …

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Interview with Lenny Kravitz: Love Rules!

At a time when synthesized pop and grunge were dominating the charts, New York native Lenny Kravitz erupted onto the music scene with molten vocals and ultra steamy licks. Some might have thought his message passé since the ‘80s, but the composer, actor, producer and four-time Grammy winner perpetually proves …

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Interview with Chester Bennington: Dead By Sunrise Thrive In The Moonlight

Chester Bennington of Linkin Park notoriety has ventured outside of his trusty, hit-making hub for a tryst with guitarists Ryan Shuck and Amir Derakh (Julien-K and Orgy), bassist Brandon Belsky, drummer Elias Anda (Julien-K) and keyboardist Anthony Valcic to form Dead By Sunrise. Their debut album, aptly titled Out of …

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Chimaira: It’s A Living: Interview with Rob Arnold

Chimaira, the Ohio outfit consisting of guitarists Rob Arnold and Matt DeVries, singer Mark Hunter, bassist Jim LaMarca, drummer Andols Herrick and keyboardist Chris Spicuzza, have released their most forcefully devastating album to date. Infection does exactly what the title implies, takes over the senses and mercilessly beats the organism …

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Incubus Interview With Brandon Boyd: Reenergizing The Past, Present And Future

Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd didn’t really need to discuss how his group’s latest release, Monuments And Melodies, a greatest hits collection, charted at the number five position on the Billboard Top 200. Although that type of quantified adoration would delight any singer, Boyd seems more attuned to the messages …

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Dredg: Worth The Wait

Consisting of drummer/keyboardist Dino Campanella, vocalist/guitarist Gavin Hayes, guitarist Mark Engles and bassist Drew Roulette, Dredg is the California quartet that continuously embodies and redefines the term avant-garde. Their fourth album, The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion, once again jolts the realms of conventionality with a flair that intelligently blends …

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Interview with Jonathan Davis of Korn

Unarguably, not since Ozzy Osbourne himself has metal witnessed such a multi-dimensional and transfixing enigma yet utterly relatable frontman as Korn’s Jonathan Davis. His ingenious paraphernalia included kilts, bagpipes and an H. R. Giger-crafted microphone stand, but above all, his steel plated throat and intensely enveloping psychodrama set him apart …

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Interview with Todd Clark of Pilot Speed

With an organic confidence which is characteristically theirs, Canada’s Pilot Speed unmasks their second U.S. Wind-Up Records release entitled Wooden Bones. Vocalist/pianist and lyricist, Todd Clark, soon reveals where he, together with guitarist Chris Greenough, bassist Ruby Bumrah and drummer Bill Keeley, is coming from. “We’re not really one …

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