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Category Archives: Interviews

Alan Robert talks second adult coloring book, Life of Agony’s next moves

Posted by on August 17, 2017

Alan Robert is somewhat of a rennaissance man. While many know him as the longtime bassist of Life of Agony, he actually graduated with an bachelors degree from New York’s School of Visual Arts, and has three comic book series under his belt as well. Last year, his first coloring book, The Beauty of Horror, took […]

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Interview: Michael Monroe talks career revitalization, ‘The Voice of Finland’

Posted by on July 11, 2017

Things have seemingly never been better for Michael Monroe. The Finnish rock ‘n roll icon and ex-Hanoi Rocks frontman has been on a roll with his past few solo records, which have contained some of the most infectious, anthemic material he’s ever laid down. He’s also fresh off of a successful stint as coach on […]

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Video/interview: Rex Brown gives rundown of discography

Posted by on July 5, 2017

While perhaps getting the least spotlight of the four memebers in Pantera, bassist Rex Brown was a driving force behind the multi-platinum band from it’s just after it’s formation in 1981 to their breakup in 2003. His time in Pantera also led to playing bass for sludge-metal supergroup Down for their sophomore album, and more […]

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Paul Masvidal, Otep, Mina Caputo share LGBTQ experiences in the metal community

Posted by on June 29, 2017

We are approaching the end of Gay Pride Month, and during this time, Billboard spoke to a handful of out artists, asking about their experiences within the metal and hard rock community. In separate interviews, Paul Masvidal, founding member of Cynic, Otep Shamaya, and Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo, spoke about their experience. It was […]

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Broken Teeth/Dangerous Toys’ Jason McMaster walks us through his career, talks Lemmy, SXSW

Posted by on June 22, 2017

Jason McMaster goes through the Broken Teeth discography one by one, at the beginning of a conversation surrounding his band’s eighth overall effort, 4 On the Floor; some titles perhaps not so quick at the tip of the tongue amid a 20-year career for McMaster’s most enduring project since Dangerous Toys. “Maybe Broken Teeth is […]

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