Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: Gojira’s Joe Duplantier on why they’ll never play an entire album live, Sea Shepherd and more

Posted by on October 16, 2017

As Gojira begin to wind down their tour in support of the Grammy-nominated Magma, they’re certainly ending the album cycle in a different way than they began it. As of now, they’re a band easily capable of playing festivals like Camden’s Rock Allegiance, where they found themselves just a few days after playing a sold-out […]

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Interview: CyHra talk about the making of a supergroup

Posted by on September 22, 2017

CyHra, the new project featuring vocalist Jake E (ex Amaranthe) and former In Flames members Jesper Strömblad (guitar) and Peter Iwers (bass) alongside drummer Alex Landenburg (Rhapsody) will release their debut album Letters to Myself on October 20th via Spinefarm Records. We already enjoyed the new song, “Karma,” and recently had the opportunity to speak […]

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Interview: GWAR’s Blothar talks life after Oderus, Kathy Griffin, band’s musical shift

Posted by on September 15, 2017

When chatting with Blothar, lead singer of GWAR (who sometimes is called “Michael Bishop” for some reason) he begins by stating he’s just sitting around waiting for the apocalypse to come, as we were currently in between hurricanes hitting the states. While Florida got walloped by Irma in the days following, GWAR is still standing […]

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Interview: Doro Pesch talks 30 years of ‘Triumph and Agony’

Posted by on September 8, 2017

Known as the “Metal Queen,” Germany’s Doro Pesch has been a trailblazer for female metal musicians. Breaking into what was undoubtedly a boys club in the mid-80’s with her band Warlock, Doro displayed an intense and impressive vocal style while embracing her sexuality with confidence and control. In 1987 Doro relocated to New York to […]

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Interview: The Convalescence do everything BUT convalesce

Posted by on September 6, 2017

One of the key aspects overlooked today more than ever in the metal world is the amount of blood, sweat and motor oil spent on touring. With music sales still in the basement, the way almost all music acts short of Taylor Swift and Adele stay afloat financially is by touring and selling merch. This […]

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