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Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: Prong’s Tommy Victor talks next album, subgenres, glory days of L.E.S.

Posted by on April 26, 2017

Metal Insider sat down with Prong’s Tommy Victor prior to the band’s set at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia as part of their Spring tour with Testament and Sepultura. Tommy gave us the lowdown on Prong’s ramped up activity over the past several years, which includes a new album titled Zero Days this Summer. He also […]

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Interview: Sabaton bassist Pär Sundström talks tour and Sabaton Open Air

Posted by on April 25, 2017

At this point, it is safe to say Swedish power metallers Sabaton are one of a kind. We can only assume many wish they were their world history teachers. Just think about it, combining music and education could be a better learning tactic. No one goes to a show expecting to have a history lesson […]

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Interview: Battle Beast bassist Eero Sipilä talks about first North American performance, and taking chances

Posted by on April 25, 2017

It hasn’t always been a smooth ride for Finnish heavy metallers Battle Beast. Since their formation in 2008, they have made quite a few changes, including replacing original vocalist Nitte Valo with Noora Louhimo and the most recent firing of founding guitarist Anton Kabanen. Kabanen was the main songwriter, and after his departure, the band’s […]

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Interview: Don Jamieson, talks new comedy album, music videos, future of ‘That Metal Show’

Posted by on April 24, 2017

Ever approach one of your musical heroes for a photograph? What kind of pose did you strike? Did you smile ear to ear and flash some devil horns? Did you put an arm around the shoulder and try to play it cool… Or did you bend over in front of your favorite entertainer and drop […]

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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 […]

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