An Interview with Tom Collier of Held Hostage

Held Hostage’s founder and frontman Tom Collier represents a rare breed in an industry rife with bloodsuckers and money grabbers.

An Interview with Sean Yseult of White Zombie

Sean Yseult’s multi-media assault on both music and design has been a journey of inspiring creativity expressed through inventive originality.

An Interview with Ginger Wildheart of The Sinners

In the wake of The Wildhearts’ hiatus, Ginger Wildheart has laid it all on the line through the virtue of rock ‘n’ roll.

An Interview with Tommy Denander

Acclaimed session man Tommy Demander’s childhood dream of taking the stage in front of thousands of screaming fans has manifested in ways once thought unimaginable.

An Interview with Duke Erickson of Metal Church

For bassist Duke Erickson, a long ride on heavy metal’s axiomatic roller coaster ultimately staggered to a halt in a town named stability.

An Interview with James LoMenzo of Megadeth

James LoMenzo has been in the music business long enough to know never to say never.

Feel This: Chris Bishop Details Crobot’s Dirty, Groove Rock Mastery

The road to rock stardom can be treacherous, to say the least. New bands have to just about sell their souls to reach the pinnacle of success in the ever-volatile music industry.

An Interview with Wolf Hoffmann of Accept

In spite of Wolf Hoffmann’s nearly 50-year history of captivating audiences around the world and leaving an indelible imprint on heavy metal history, his creative exuberance never ceases, refusing to let the veteran axe-slinger become complacent.

An Interview with Rachel Bolan of Skid Row

After years away from the studio, Toms River, NJ, natives Skid Row are roaring back with a vintage vengeance.

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