An Interview with Bayside: Keep On Carrying On

Time goes on and bands fade as quickly as they appeared, but somehow the New York natives of Bayside have succeeded in making themselves a staple in the punk rock music scene. Drawing in fans with their powerful riffs and memorable melodies, the foursome—vocalist and guitarist Anthony Raneri, lead guitarist …

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Interview with This Wild Life: Looking Back And Moving Forward

In the five years since their formation, This Wild Life have undergone some crucial changes and made a name for themselves in the process. Originally a pop-punk band, the remaining two members—vocalist and guitarist Kevin Jordan, and guitarist Anthony Del Grosso—announced in 2013 they would be making the jump and …

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An Interview with Coal Chamber: Still Burning Strong

After a break, it’s crucial to come back just as strong as before. Following an extensive 13-year hiatus, nu-metal foursome Coal Chamber have returned as rejoicing fans anticipate the release of their upcoming album, Rivals. The band—vocalist Dez Fafara, guitarist Miguel Rascón, bassist Nadja Peulen, and drummer Mike Cox—is …

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Interview with Bad Suns: Fleeting Moments, Lingering Feelings

Talent and passion precede age, and indie newcomers Bad Suns know that all too well. All in their early 20s—vocalist Christo Bowman, guitarist Ray Libby, bassist Gavin Bennett, and drummer Miles Morris—the band’s EP, Transpose, dropped in Jan. 2014, soon followed by their well-received debut album, Language & Perspective

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An Interview with The Blessing Of This Curse: A Band You Can’t Ignore

Hailing from Fair Lawn, New Jersey, metalcore band The Blessing Of This Curse are making their name known, only two years after their first shows. The five-member act, comprised of Ethan Kennedy (vocals), Joey Galleta Jr. (guitar/vocals), Blake Van Curen (bass), Branton Shpilevsky (keys/synth), and Jake Fletcher (drums), have already …

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Modern Suits: Every Light

Those who were previously unaware of the talented rock band, Modern Suits, are bound to remember their name with the release of their latest album, Every Light. In their newest release since their 2012 record, Promises, the four-member rock outfit, hailing from Philadelphia, are guaranteed to please. Their …

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New Sound Speaks Volumes: An Interview with Volumes Vocalist Mike Barr

2014 was a banner year for the Los Angeles five-piece, Volumes. Three years following their debut album, the metalcore band came back strong with the release of their sophomore record, No Sleep. With a lighter, pop vibe that speaks more like an expansion of their sound rather than a …

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Lisa Fischer: Coming Back Again

Pure talent doesn’t diminish with time, and Grammy Award-winning artist Lisa Fischer proves just that. Fischer has continued to flourish since winning the 1991 Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Performance for her song, “How Can I Ease The Pain.” Her impressive vocal range, and ability to manipulate her voice …

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Black Taxi: Start The Show

After a banner year in 2014, the Brooklyn-based band Black Taxi are ready to ring in the new year in style. The four-piece ensemble released Electroshock Death Grip, the latest of their three full-length albums, in September to greatly positive reviews. The record’s punk and pop vibes are instantly …

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Threshold: For The Journey

The loss of a band member can be not only emotionally taxing, but also a crucial turning point for a band’s future. Following the passing of singer Andrew McDermott, UK progressive metal band, Threshold, have musically recovered with the release of their second studio album since the reemergence of their …

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