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The Living Infinite: 10 Questions with Dirk Verbeuren of Soilwork

The Living Infinite: 10 Questions with Dirk Verbeuren of Soilwork

By Natalie Perez We recently caught up with drummer Dirk Verbeuren of Swedish death metal band Soilwork to drill him about the band’s latest album, The Living Infinite, their current US tour, their roots, influences and more. The Living Infinite — the band’s ninth studio album and first double disc — was released in February […]

Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears Talks New Album, Notes From The Underground

Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears Talks New Album, Notes From The Underground

By Natalie Perez LA’s Hollywood Undead have been busy lately, creating a slew of videos, releasing free downloads and — biggest of all — releasing a new album. Their latest, Notes from the Underground, was released January 8 via A&M Octone. We recently caught up with Hollywood Undead’s Johnny 3 Tears, aka George Ragan, who […]

15 Questions with Guitarist Adam Savage of Mongrel

15 Questions with Guitarist Adam Savage of Mongrel

By Natalie Perez Female-fronted rock act Mongrel meld their punk and metal influences to create a sound that’s unique yet familiar. Below, Mongrel guitarist Adam Savage discusses the band’s latest release, 2012′s Reclamation (released September 25 on Darwinism Failed), and how it differs from their past releases. He also looks ahead to the band’s future. […]

10 Questions with Paul Allender of Cradle of Filth

10 Questions with Paul Allender of Cradle of Filth

Cradle of Filth guitarist Paul Allender says their latest release, 2012′s The Manticore and Other Horrors , is nothing like its predecessor, 2010′s Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa.

Interview: 10 Questions with Davey Richmond of Glamour Of The Kill

Interview: 10 Questions with Davey Richmond of Glamour Of The Kill

By Natalie Perez We recently tracked down Davey Richmond, bassist/vocalist of England’s Glamour Of The Kill, for a quick 10-question chat, Revolver-style. Glamour Of The Kill are booked on the Inked Music Tour alongside Alesana and Vampires Everywhere!, and their debut full-length, The Summoning, was released this month via Entertainment One Music. Below, Davey Richmond […]

Interview: 10 Questions with Jussi 69 of Helsinki Vampires The 69 Eyes

Interview: 10 Questions with Jussi 69 of Helsinki Vampires The 69 Eyes

By Natalie Perez We recently caught up with drummer Jussi 69 of Finland’s The 69 Eyes to discuss the band’s new album, X, their new comic book and plans for the near future. 01. How amazing has 2012 has been for you guys? Well, 2012 has been the biggest year for us — and for […]

Interview: Ex-I Am Ghost Frontman Steven Juliano on Requiem For The Dead and ‘Lovers and Kings’ Graphic Novel

Interview: Ex-I Am Ghost Frontman Steven Juliano on Requiem For The Dead and ‘Lovers and Kings’ Graphic Novel

By Natalie Perez Musician and graphic artist Steven Juliano has had an impressive and varied career. From his early work with The Silence, Fallout and Monsta Zero to fronting his most successful project, I Am Ghost, he has kept it interesting, fun and hard rocking. After an EP, two studio albums and a live album, […]

Interview: 15 Questions with Edge of Attack

Interview: 15 Questions with Edge of Attack

By Natalie Perez Grande Prairie, Alberta’s Edge Of Attack have been busy writing, recording and replacing members. They recently posted a new music video for their hit single “Forever” (Check it out below), and they’re about to unleash their self-titled debut full-length. Here are 15 questions with Roxanne Gordey (vocals), Jurekk Whipple (guitar/vocals), Denver Whipple […]

Interview: Five Questions With UK’s Fearless Vampire Killers

Interview: Five Questions With UK’s Fearless Vampire Killers

By Natalie Perez I recently cornered Laurence Beveridge, Drew Woolnough and Kier Kemp of London’s Fearless Vampire Killers to discuss their debut album, Militia of the Lost, which was released in the U.S. in May (Buy it on iTunes). Here’s how it went. 01. What inspired the album title? Is it a concept album? Laurence […]

Wayne Static Discusses the Return of Static-X

Wayne Static Discusses the Return of Static-X

By Natalie Perez After steamrolling through the world of industrial metal for 15 years, Static-X took some much-needed time off from 2009 to 2011. The timing was perfect; after touring nonstop and surviving a few lineup changes, a hiatus seemed the right thing to do. During that time, frontman Wayne Static flew solo, releasing Pighammer […]