An Interview with August Burns Red: Home Away From Home

With several amazing records, countless tours, and a positive attitude toward music, August Burns Red are dominant in their genre for a reason. Each time I have seen them live, I leave with a smile on my face and a newfound sense of appreciation for the music they make. They …

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An Interview with Gang Of Four: It Happens Now

“This is exciting stuff,” remarked Gang Of Four guitarist Andy Gill, as an array of appetizers hit the table.

In New York City to do press for the band’s new record, What Happens Next, released on February 24, Gill arranged to meet me for a lunch chat at a …

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Interview with Night Riots: Howl At The Moon

Gracing listeners with a sensationally infatuating persona that takes shape from the influence of iconic ’80s new wave heartthrobs like The Cure and Depeche Mode, the Southern California-based quintet Night Riots are currently taking the alternative world by storm.       With a vibrant and captivating stage presence that genuinely reflects their …

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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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Work Hard And Stay Humble: Dropkick Murphys’ Knockout Formula – An Interview with Matt Kelly

It is extremely hard to misconstrue the Celtic punk blue-collar clout and the literal political stance of the Dropkick Murphys, even if Wisconsin politicians seem to make the mistake twice over the last few years.

The Boston suburb Quincy-bred band have stuck true to their union hard-working roots since they …

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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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Oscar Winner Kevin Costner Reflects On Life, Career And His Latest Film, ‘Black Or White’

Kevin Michael Costner was born in Lynwood, California, on January 18, 1955. He began his career in independent films, gradually earning small parts in more established movies. His first major motion picture role was in the coming of age comedy, Fandango.

Throughout his career, Kevin has varied his choices …

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An Interview with FrnkIero AndThe Cellabration: Finding The Excitement Within

Frank Iero has become synonymous with the now-disbanded cult-favorite My Chemical Romance, but many often forget how well rounded the guitarist is. Growing up in New Jersey, Iero performed in various punk bands before joining the group and continued to dabble in hardcore by fronting Leathermouth until its split in …

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An Interview with Silverstein: Rediscovering The Waterfront

Within recent years, we’ve started to see many nostalgically influential albums turn 10 years old. From a personal standpoint, it’s pretty crazy to see how quickly time can fly, especially within the blink of an eye for the musicians who’ve crafted together some of most boldly genuine songs that have …

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Interview with Lost In Society: Moving In The Right Direction

Year after year, Lost In Society continue to check off accomplishments on their bucket list. Recently celebrating 10 years together as a band, it’s hard to believe they are still in their early 20s. Having toured the world, opened for major artists, and maintaining a solid fanbase, they have pretty …

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