An Interview With We Came As Romans: No Time To Waste

Complacency is boring, and We Came As Romans are anything but. From back-to-back tours to toying with different genres and musical elements, the metalcore five-piece—unclean vocalist Dave Stephens, clean vocalist Kyle Pavone, lead guitarist Joshua Moore, rhythm guitarist Lou Cotton, and bassist Andy Glass—aim to continue constantly growing as a …

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In Memoriam: Tom Searle of Architects

I wasn’t sure how to write this. Despite the fact I offered to write this, once I started I found myself in a cycle of typing and deleting, worried I wouldn’t be able to do it the justice deserved. So I’ll just start.

I didn’t know Tom Searle. Though I …

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An Interview With A Day To Remember: Nothing But Good Vibrations

Three years following the release of their last album, A Day To Remember are right back at it again with their sixth record, Bad Vibrations, due out next month. The Ocala quintet—lead vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, lead guitarist Kevin Skaff, rhythm guitarist Neil Westfall, bassist Joshua Woodard, and drummer Alex …

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Loseyourhead With The 1975: An Interview with Matty Healy

With a sprawling second album boasting 17 songs and 16-word-long-title (the aptly named I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it) you couldn’t miss The 1975 even if you tried. And you probably wouldn’t want to. The UK-based pop band—lead vocalist …

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An Interview with Hinds: The Deer Become The Headlights

Hailing from Madrid, Spain, Hinds (which means “female deer”) is a refreshing addition to the modern rock scene and people are beginning to take notice. The captivating Spanish quartet—vocalist and guitarist Ana Perrote, vocalist and guitarist Carlotta Cosials, bassist Ade Martin, and drummer Amber Grimbergen—give garage rock new life with …

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Lighting A New Path: An Interview with I See Stars

Between the release of their first acoustic album Phases in July 2015 and officially parting ways with two of the group’s original members, unclean vocalist Zach Johnson and rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson, you can’t say I See Stars is simply going on with business as usual. Add in the band’s …

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An Interview with Our Last Night: Forging The Road To The Throne

Surviving more than 10 years as a band is a feat to commend in an industry where artists fade away just a quickly as they appeared, and Our Last Night have proven they can stand the test of time. Breaking into the scene in 2004, the band—vocalist Trevor Wentworth, guitarist …

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An Interview with We Came As Romans: Regenerate, Reinvigorate

In sports, even experienced players continue to practice and will do whatever it takes to step up their game. As a band, We Came As Romans are no different. The metalcore six-piece—unclean vocalist Dave Stephens, clean vocalist Kyle Pavone, lead guitarist Joshua Moore, rhythm guitarist Lou Cotton, bassist Andy Glass, …

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An Interview with Imagine Dragons: More Than Smoke And Mirrors

Imagine Dragons are exactly who you think they are. Not much has changed for the Vegas foursome since their debut album, Night Visions, launched them into fame in 2012. At every show they are still putting their proverbial blood, sweat and tears into each song and for every person …

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Ohio Sky: The Big Distraction

Ohio Sky, the four-piece progressive rock band, are standing strong following the recent release of their new album, The Big Distraction. Since their formation five years ago, the group has played with distinguished artists like Torche, Taking Back Sunday and Seether.

   The members—vocalist and guitarist Vinny DiFranco, bassist Michael …

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