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Category Archives: Interviews

Bruce Dickinson is not a fan of the sound on Iron Maiden’s first album

Posted by on December 4, 2017

Listening or reading a Bruce Dickinson interview is always entertaining because he always has something fun to share. This time around, The Iron Maiden vocalist sat down with the IrishTimes and was asked about the first two Maiden records, where he then expressed how the debut album sounded like shit: “[Bruce’s first studio appearance with […]

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System of a Down vocalist Serj Tankian looking forward to writing instrumental music

Posted by on December 4, 2017

Remember last year around this time, when System of a Down got everyone’s hopes up about a new album? Drummer John Dolmayan spoke about what would become their first album in 12 years, stating that the release was “still not 100%,” but just the fact that they were talking about it was enough to get […]

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Interview: Toothgrinder discuss their step forward on ‘Phantom Amour’

Posted by on November 30, 2017

  While Toothgrinder have been kicking around New Jersey since their formation in 2010, it wasn’t until Spinefarm signed them and released their third EP, 2014’s Schizophrenic Jubilee, that they were in the national spotlight. And for them to have followed up last year’s full length debut, Nocturnal Masquerade, with a second full length less than two […]

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Interview: Steve Tucker of Morbid Angel talks ‘Kingdoms Disdained,’ bass idols

Posted by on November 27, 2017

Morbid Angel is back with a ripping new record on December 1 on Silver Lining Records. I reviewed Kingdoms Disdained a few weeks back  and I must say, after about 60 or so more listens I’d say that I love this record even more now than I did the first few spins. There are some definite […]

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Billy Corgan defends Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger

Posted by on November 14, 2017

Remember Smashing Pumpkins? Their breakthrough album Siamese Dream is a stone cold classic, but around the time they changed their name to The Smashing Pumpkins and insisted everyone call them that, we kind of lost interest in the pretentiousness of it all. Frontman Billy Corgan has followed suit, as he’s now calling himself William Patrick Corgan after […]

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