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Interview: Tobin - Papa Roach.

Dabbling in electronics seems to be the new fashion in music, and it’s a style that not everyone can pull off. As Papa Roach dedicated a whole album to the sound that tracks including ‘Kick in the Teeth’ hinted at, few could have anticipated how good ‘The Connection’ would actually be. 652 more words

Heather McDaid

Interview: Josh - Stone Sour.

Concept albums can be quite a challenge. Some bands falter when it comes to bending their music to some twisted story or sci-fi wonderland, yet Stone Sour have opted to release a double concept album. 718 more words

Heather McDaid

Interview: Steven Adler - Adler. "This is the year I was reborn!"

When you live and breathe music, it can be difficult to move on from past successes into something new. Yet, that’s exactly what Steven Adler continues to do. 406 more words

Heather McDaid

Interview: Joe James - Blitz Kids.

You know, sometimes a band release something that catches you off somewhat guard. Something that you assume will be good, but then from nowhere you see a band pushing themselves in so many directions you can’t help but sit up and pay attention. 612 more words

Heather McDaid

Interview: James - Rolo Tomassi.

You know, there was a period in music where every female-fronted band who broke through screamed Paramore, and from the ashes of that frustration rose a band who tackled things differently and captured our attention. 657 more words

Heather McDaid

Interview: Max Cavalera - Soulfly.


Max Cavalera is a man who doesn’t require much of an introduction. The Soulfly frontman has found success in quite a number of musical outfits (this may be a severe understatement), and his family have followed suit in their passion for metal music. 1,249 more words

Heather McDaid

Interview: Jerry, Tobin - Papa Roach.

We’ll come out and say it: We love Papa Roach. Like, really love Papa Roach. They put themselves into the music, living their work as they progress through their career and, frankly, we can’t help but feel the very same personal level with their latest offering ‘The Connection’. 842 more words

Heather McDaid