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Category Archives: Interviews

A conversation with Lou Brutus on his rock n’ roll memoir, ‘Sonic Warrior’

Posted by on May 21, 2020

    When it comes to the music industry, Lou Brutus has seen it all. And after being in the business for years, he finally wrote a book about the things he has seen with Sonic Warrior: My Life as a Rock N Roll Reprobate (Tales of Sex, Drugs and Vomiting at Inopportune Moments). Brutus […]

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Interview with Axel Rudi Pell on new album ‘Sign of the Times’

Posted by on May 21, 2020

  German guitar virtuoso Axel Rudi Pell’s latest masterpiece, Sign of the Times, arrived earlier this month via SPV/Steamhammer (order here). We caught up with Pell to discuss the record, his new fragrance line, and more.    I read there’s been some significant changes with the new album, Sign of the Times, from the production […]

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A conversation with Witherfall’s Joseph Michael & Jake Dreyer on wine, food, new album update, and more wine

Posted by on May 20, 2020

  Witherfall have officially sold out of their Tempest Red Blend Wine. However, it’s still not too late to pre-order for next year’s batch, which is already set for a May 17th, 2021 arrival. For those who received the bottle or just curious to know the process that went into this, we caught up with […]

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Interview: Witchskull drummer Joel Green on ‘A Driftwood Cross’

Posted by on May 19, 2020

  Australian doom rockers Witchskull have unleashed their overall third full-length effort, A Driftwood Cross last month via Rise Above Records (order here). The bleak and morbid soundscapes alone are ironically what we need to hear during our present COVID-19 reality. We caught up drummer Joel Green to discuss the album, quarantine life, and more. […]

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A conversation with Paradise Lost’s Nick Holmes on new album ‘Obsidian’

Posted by on May 18, 2020

    Paradise Lost has cheered us up with another fantastic doom and gloom record, Obsidian, which was released on Friday (15th) via Nuclear Blast (order here). The follow-up to 2017’s Medusa will most likely be considered as one of the best albums of the year. We caught up with frontman Nick Holmes to discuss […]

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