An Interview with Brennan Mileto of Sisters Doll

Conjuring memories of the past, guitarist Brennan Mileto and his cohorts in Australian glam rock outfit Sisters Doll are a throwback to an era once relegated but now revived.

In Conversation with Veteran Keyboardist Derek Sherinian

Recently, we spoke with versatile pianist, Derek Sherinian, who shared some of his thoughts regarding his latest album, Vortex.

An Interview with Carl Elizondo of SIN & Jag Wire

Amongst this bustling scene, was throwback drummer Carl Elizondo, who as a member of The Greg Leon Invasion, SIN, and Jag Wire, proved an integral piece to the 80s glam metal bubble, which unfortunately burst before Elizondo and his cohorts could claim their portion of the lion’s share.

An Interview with Chris Weber of Hollywood Rose

A typical night for Chris Weber in the early 1980s involved stopping off at the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard, in the heart of West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, where he frequently found himself among the throngs of people congregating out front and in the parking lot.

An Interview with Freddy Villano of The Rods

With origins nestled in the sleepy suburbs of Long Island, NY, Freddy Vallino has forged an unlikely career in rock and metal music as one of the more reliable bassists amongst a deep scene.

A Rising Force Sets a New Standard with Eclipse

Speaking of relevance and career longevity, I had the pleasure of chatting with Minnesota-based band A Rising Force, a band that seems to have mastered the art of staying both relevant, and successful in the music industry for decades.

An Interview with Richard Patrick of Filter

Among the most unique and edgy acts of the 90s was Filter, a band led by the ever-defiant frontman, Richard Patrick. Patrick’s unique penchant for off-kilter instrumentation, witty lyrism, and bold swells of grandeur via song defined the latter part of the decade into the 2000s

An Interview with Bruce Bouillet of Racer X

While most remember the vivid technicolor burst of explosive light that was Racer X for its legendary lead guitarist, Paul Gilbert, some may also remember his equally effervescent partner in six-string crime, Bruce Bouillet.

KISS Studio Albums Ranked Part Three: The 90s & 2000s

At the dawn of a new decade, KISS, like many bands, once again found themselves at a crossroads. The 80s had proved tumultuous on many levels, with the band surviving sonic challenges, lineup changes, and commercial adversity from all angles.

Treasured Island: Two Lives Defined Via Music

Like many of us, music is in our DNA, and we can’t imagine life without it. The records below are the few that we’d take with us come hell or high water, and for one reason or another, have defined our travels through life to this point.

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