Cruelty of the Heavens Provide Studio (and Live) Updates, Hint at New EP
Dark 'n' heavy "emogaze" (should-be) favorites talk new tracks and hitting the road...
Niklas Holm (Broken Cross, Dødsleie, Extermination Temple, Apocalyptic Visions)
"Being a lone wolf is a blessing and a curse, and there's a fine line between isolation and connection..."
The Hyperactive Musical Obsessions of Vegas Conspirator Ogirdor Zul
For this fanatical artist, music is in the blood...
Tony Ingala (Joker)
Catching up with Joker's frontman as the hard rock quintet prepares for a one-off reunion show and potential reissues.
Scott Schafer (Znöwhite, Cyclone Temple, Rebels Without Applause)
Talking with the underrated thrash bassist about his musical career, and some special new Cyclone Temple reissues.
Brian Vocal Terror and J.G. Heidenreich (Annihilust)
A trivia-rich Boston metal history lesson along the road to the brink of annihilation...
Aaron Melnick and Blaze Tishko (Gazzan)
Influential Cleveland hardcore/metal vets leave the past behind to unleash the beast anew...
At Large: The Dear Life/XXL Story
The lowdown on this Brockton, MA metalcore group whose 10-year run flew too far under the radar...
Carl Skildum (Threadbare, Krakatoa, Seconds Before, Antiverse, Obsequiae)
Looking back on the guitarist's impressively diverse (and continually growing) résumé...
Andy Jackson (Hot Rod Circuit, Sloss Minor, Terrible Things, Death in the Park)
Talking music old and new with one of indie rock's most underrated talents.
Cris McCarthy (Silent Scream, Dark Angel)
Revisiting the guitarist's days with Silent Scream, Dark Angel, and more...
Troy Dixler (Sindrome)
Getting the scoop behind the legendary Chicago thrashers' long overdue complete discography collection.
Steven “Skogger” Meketa (Apartment 213, Lockweld)
The former practitioner of powerviolence (and power tools) on "skogging" away from a near-death experience...
Chris Weinblad (Trip Machine Laboratories, Atlas Shrugged)
An open and honest discussion about inspiration, frustration... and great music.
Chain Gang Grave
Getting to know the "ominous and ugly punk rock noise" of these Brooklyn underdogs.
Discussing discovery, process, and influence with this Pennsylvania death industrial powerhouse.