Interview with YOB: Crate Diggin’ And Live Giggin’

You would probably lose your mind trying to go over the many music genres that exist. It isn’t all just pop, hip-hop, rock, and metal anymore. There seems to be a subgenre for anything and everything. Maybe you want to listen to some stoner rock, or some sludge metal, or …

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An Interview with Cannibal Corpse: Feeding Off The Fans

A 2014 statistic shows that there is an average of about 20.3 million cruise ship passengers a year. I know what you are thinking: What do cruise ships have to do with anything? And why are you even bringing in statistics on cruises in a piece about a metal band? …

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An Interview with Behemoth: Leaders Of A Legion

Extreme metal band Behemoth have been busy on the road supporting their latest effort, The Satanist, since its release a year ago. Not only was the album an astounding success on many charts and top lists, but it meant something much more to the band. It was the first …

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An Interview with All Them Witches: Just Jammin’

I have always thought that classic rock bands like Led Zeppelin, Cream, and the Grateful Dead would indeed remain classic. Well, as the music industry changes, the audience shifts their attention from rock to pop to electronic. Even though the popular demand dictates what is accessible to listeners on the …

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An Interview with Framework: Class Acts

I was never quite the musician. Even though I wanted to write a blues record, play the bass like John Entwistle, and give “Bonzo’s Montreux” a shot on the drums, I found out early on that I was much more interested in the business side of music. I felt much …

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An Interview with Reel Big Fish: Still Cruisin’

When I think of ska bands, two in particular come to mind: Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish. To me, they are synonymous with the ‘90s culture that I grew up in. The first time I heard Reel Big Fish was when a friend of mine showed me BASEketball

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Interview with Torche: Lighting The Way

I was browsing the metal selection at my local record store when I first discovered Torche. Their latest full-length, Harmonicraft, had just been released and was sitting on display. The bright pink gatefold featured creatures spitting out rainbows, candy, and bubbles. Very few albums have piqued my interest more, …

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Interview with Russian Circles: The Road So Far

Russian Circles released their latest effort, Memorial, back in October of last year. I spoke to bassist Brian Cook back in February to advance the start of their U.S. tour. Since then, the band has had a very busy year on the road. They took their new material to …

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An Interview with O.A.R.: Bring It On Home

1996 was a great year in rock music. Albums such as Alice In Chains’ Unplugged, Soundgarden’s Down On The Upside and the final record from Sublime were all released in that short time frame. Around the same time, four high school friends in Rockville, Maryland, decided to form a …

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An Interview with Ian Anderson: Art Ambassador

I remember digging through my dad’s record collection and feeling overwhelmed at what was in front of me. There were so many classics sitting on the shelf in pristine condition. These weren’t just good records, they were ones that shaped our culture. The Doors, Dark Side Of The Moon

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