Recently, we caught up with veteran singer and singular Metal talent, Dani Filth. Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his origins in music, Cradle Of Filth’s newest music, and a whole lot more.
It’s no secret we’re currently in a retro video game bubble that just seems to keep on expanding. and expanding without remorse. or care for the collectors who get stuck in it. Honestly, who knows when or if it will burst, and how explosive it will be.
There is a tremendous amount of history to cover when it comes to The Moody Blues, from the invention of Prog Rock to the mid-70s break, and subsequent rocky reunion, and a whole lot more. John was an absolute pleasure to speak to, and we cover it all in this career-spanning interview.
For many fans, it was the release of genre staple, Ocean Avenue, that captured the hearts of millions, and propelled Yellowcard forward unto an unsuspecting music scene, where they would tour the world for over a decade, including the gone but not forgotten Vans Warped Tour shows.
Every megaband has its unsung heroes and every platinum album is greater than the sum of its parts. While many know Mark Knopfler, the guitar virtuoso, and de facto leader of Dire Straits, many aren’t aware of the rest of the bands’ important contributions. Enter Guy Fletcher.
At the end of the day, whether or not we are aware of them, Mark Stein is bringing to light issues that need to be brought up, talked about, and rectified through music, and a message of hope, peace, and togetherness.
Reggae is one of those genres of music that has branched off, and gone on to influence future avenues of music such as Punk, Hip-Hop, and Rock, but, that’s not what we’re here for today. Today, we’re focusing on Reggae itself, more specifically, a few prominent artists of the genre that have shaped the musical landscape for the better.
After being away for thirty-two years, Troyen is back and better than ever. In this interview, Jeff talks with us about the formation of the Troyen, the members that have come and gone, their touring and recording cycles, and everything in between.
When you take on the role of producer, writer, composer, and artist, on top of arranging your own music, there’s got to be an immense sense of pride, and accomplishment. Being able to do it all on your own when you share it with the world is not something many artists can say they’ve done. Well, that’s exactly what Joy has done with his debut album Collage 1.
For those who love the past and present of the genre, Pop Punk and Emo aren’t dead, and in “Batter Health,” we have full-fledged proof.