An Interview with Neil Fallon of Clutch: Psychic Warfare Is Real

I am ashamed to admit that I saw Clutch perform live for the very first time this past summer as they opened up for Mastodon in Central Park. For anyone that has seen the band live before, they can agree that Clutch is one of the most entertaining live bands …

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An Interview with The Bouncing Souls: Sing Along Forever

When announcing complete details for their ninth annual Home For The Holidays at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, The Bouncing Souls also addressed that this year will mark the final run of these quintessential holiday shows. Considering that The Souls were a group that I constantly credit for shaping …

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An Interview with The Loved Ones: Keep Your Heart

This past spring, The Loved Ones briefly returned for two special nights in Asbury Park as well as their home base in Philadelphia. Highly regarded as an underrated gem of the East Coast, there’s no question that this group touched the hearts of many throughout their career, and have also …

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An Interview with Frnkiero AndThe Cellabration: Celebrating The Holidays At Starland

Growing up I was always a huge fan of My Chemical Romance, and I still am. As time went on, and members started doing other projects, I really started to focus my energy on a certain member, Frank Iero, now of Frnkiero AndThe Cellabration. I have seen him perform with …

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An Interview with The Black Dahlia Murder: Breaking The Fourth Wall

November first may have become the first day of a horror-free society until next haunting season, but the fiends in death metal continue year-round to keep just a little bit of horror in the world—even if it’s just in the music industry. According to Trevor Strnad, vocalist of The Black …

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An Interview with Cage The Elephant: You Gotta Dig Deep

I remember standing inside a music venue in New York City, catching a set of this band unknown to me, but then leaving frantically searching through all their information. They were the opener of one of my favorite bands, and rocked harder than any show I saw that year. The …

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Interview with Beach Slang: The Night Is Alive

There are certain songs that I can always turn to whenever I’m in a funk. Just from tuning out my troubles alone through the power of music, I can always find myself at peace whenever I listen to a band like Beach Slang—and it’s within these moments, everything just starts …

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An Interview with Taking Back Sunday: Holidays In New Jersey

To finish off my first official year as a Contributing Writer for The Aquarian Weekly on a really high note, I was graced with the opportunity of a lifetime to interview Taking Back Sunday frontman Adam Lazzara as the band was preparing for their first ever Holiday Spectacular at the …

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An Interview with Fit For An Autopsy: Fit For A Tour

Don’t let this band’s name fool you—they’re very much alive. While hearses and formaldehyde come to mind when the word “autopsy” pops up, the guys in Fit For An Autopsy bring a whole new idea to the table: music. Nothing is livelier than music, so why have such a morbid …

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Embracing Facts: An Interview with Into It. Over It.

Over the last few years, Into It. Over It. has been highly regarded within a new movement of young and lively contemporaries that are inspired by the iconic and heartfelt emo scene of the 1990s. Through past studio efforts like Proper and Intersections, Into It. Over It. presents a …

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