An Interview with The Maine: Getting (Un)Lost

The past month has been a whirlwind for indie rock band, The Maine. Their fifth studio album, American Candy, debuted to largely positive reception from fans and critics alike, reaching number 37 on the Billboard 200 and was celebrated with a 24-hour live stream of the five-piece from Meerkat. …

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The Battery Electric: The Heart And The Thrill

Hailing from a state that is known for producing musical legends, The Battery Electric, a rock band from Asbury Park, New Jersey, are making their name known. Having already played shows at popular music festivals, such as CMJ and SXSW, their exposure has garnered fans that far surpass the state …

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An Interview with Stone Temple Pilots: Same On The Inside

The past two years have been a whirlwind for Stone Temple Pilots following original singer, Scott Weiland’s, departure from the band in 2013. Since then the remaining members—guitarist Dean DeLeo, bassist Robert DeLeo, and drummer Eric Kretz—have just recently won the right to continue using the name without Weiland. Fans …

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An Interview with The Word Alive: Burning On

Since the release of their third studio album, REAL., last June, The Word Alive have been touring relentlessly, riding the high of its greatly positive reception. The popular metalcore band—vocalist Tyler “Telle” Smith, lead guitarist Zack Hansen, rhythm guitarist Tony Pizzuti, bassist Daniel Shapiro, and drummer Luke Holland—have set …

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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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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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