Quantcast

Category Archives: Interviews

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 […]

Read more

Interview: Delain’s Charlotte Wessels catches us up on band’s growth, progression

Posted by on May 17, 2017

We at Metal Insider have had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Delain vocalist Charlotte Wessels on a number of occasions, so it only seemed right to catch up with her again as Delain embarked on their first headlining tour of North America. We had a lot to catch up on, including Delain’s […]

Read more

Interview: Seether’s Shaun Morgan talks ‘Poison the Parish’ at Carolina Rebellion

Posted by on May 12, 2017

Currently on a headlining tour working its way across the country, and with their 7th full length album Poison the Parish launching today, we caught up with Shaun Morgan of Seether at this year’s Carolina Rebellion to talk about how they’ve grown, what to expect from their latest release, and what it was like to […]

Read more

Interview: Opeth’s Mikael Akerfeldt on festivals, playing albums in their entirety

Posted by on May 12, 2017

Opeth have been at the forefront of progressive death metal for over 20 years now. The Swedish band’s latest album, Sorceress, is their first for Nuclear Blast and finds the band leaning into their ’70s prog influences. The band’s current tour with Gojira is more of an extensive tour than usual, and has found them playing some […]

Read more

Goatwhore’s Ben Falgoust talks new album, 20th anniversary

Posted by on May 11, 2017

Twenty years is a long time to do anything. It’s an especially impressive milestone for a band. For every Iron Maiden who seems as perpetual and unyielding as the rising sun, there are a million broken down bands that litter the musical highways. It’s especially impressive when the act in question cracking the double decade […]

Read more