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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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Interview: Dying Fetus’ Trey Williams talks new album, evolution of death metal

Posted by on June 19, 2017

If you’re looking for any signs that Dying Fetus might be starting to compromise after over 25 years into their career, you’ll find that answer by looking at the title of their eighth album, Wrong One to Fuck With. Then you can look at their latest video, “Die With Integrity,” which is quite possibly one of […]

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Steve Von Till talks Harvestman, Neurosis, and Megaliths

Posted by on June 9, 2017

To say that it has been a productive run these last few years for Steve Von Till would be a massive understatement. The Neurosis cog, sometime solo artist, and mastermind behind one-man ambient folk outfit, Harvestman, Von Till has seen three records released in the last three calendar years. A solo record in 2015 was […]

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Interview: Alestorm talk ‘No Grave But the Sea,’ hit back at GWAR

Posted by on May 25, 2017

Tomorrow, Alestorm’s fifth album, No Grave But the Sea, will be released on Napalm Records. You know what you’re getting with the band: fun and funny pirate metal, more songs about drinking rum and an abundance of keytar solos. With the band heading out on the Warped Tour this summer, we caught up with them to […]

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Interview: Hell or Highwater’s Brandon Saller on balancing bands, being a frontman

Posted by on May 19, 2017

As the drummer of Atreyu Brandon Saller has kept time for some 18 years. He’s also handled clean vocals in the band for just as long. When Atreyu went on hiatus, Saller stepped out from behind the kit to front a new band, Hell of Highwater. 2011’s Begin Again, more than just an album title, was kind […]

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