Quantcast

Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: American Grim talk debut album, influences, nu-metal

Posted by on April 17, 2017

I recently found myself enjoying some live metal at my new local hang The Stanhope House in northwest New Jersey, a cool little rock club/pub that hosts a variety of bands. However on this occasion, I felt more like I was at Rock on the Range. Not all bands can afford lighting, scrims, and visual […]

Read more

Interview: Anthrax talk branding, beer, Killthrax tour

Posted by on April 13, 2017

Metal Insider caught up with Anthrax vocalist Joey Belladonna and drummer Charlie Benante at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia last week. Anthrax, currently in the midst of the “Killthrax” tour, which also features Killswitch Engage, has had a productive 2016-2017, of which the guys talk up in this interview. The expanded re-release of 2015’s For […]

Read more

GWAR vs. Thor: Pustulus Maximus responds to ‘Ragnarok’ trailer

Posted by on April 11, 2017

In 1995, GWAR released their fifth album, titled Ragnarok. This November, the  third installment in the Thor film series will be released. It’s titled Thor: Ragnarok. While it’s not like you can hold a copyright on Norse mythology, Gwar and Thor sound a lot alike. And GWAR’s album about a comet heading towards earth and Oderus Urungus (R.I.P.) […]

Read more

Body Count’s Ernie C. talks ‘Bloodlust,’ bonding with Randy Blythe

Posted by on April 4, 2017

Don’t call it a comeback, but when Body Count released the album Manslaughter in 2014, the metal community warmly embraced the metal crossover group, whose frontman Ice-T is is better known to the current generation as an actor on Law and Order: SVU, a show that in one more season will become the longest running drama in television […]

Read more

Interview: Life of Agony talk change, new album; win tickets to NJ show

Posted by on March 31, 2017

Life of Agony have been through quite a bit throughout their career. Their debut album, 1993’s River Runs Red, was instantly hailed as a classic album, blending hardcore with metal and anchored by the passionate, soulful voice of singer Keith Caputo. Subsequent albums found the band gaining popularity, but Caputo left in 1997, claiming his heart wasn’t […]

Read more