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.
Don Foose (Author, The Spudmonsters, Run Devil Run)
Legendary Cleveland hardcore frontman turns author with his new book, Raw Life.
Doug Mug Swanson (Solo Artist, Evol, Beowülf)
Former Venice Beach thrasher gets a second wind in Nashville, TN's rock/blues/country circuit.
Gergő Hájer (Omega Diatribe)
A look at the future and the past (and alien civilizations) with one of Budapest's finest up-and-coming groups.
Sunset Strip Certified: A Chat With Johnny X (The Wild), Jimmy Quill (Rattlesnake Shake), and Ethan Gladstone (Taz)
Reminiscing on the Hollywood underground with three rock 'n' roll rebels...
Jeremy Tingle (Lifeless)
Talking broken dreams and an open scene with one of metallic hardcore's finest up-and-coming acts.
Kenn Nardi (Solo Artist, Anacrusis, Cruel April, Heaven’s Flame)
Catching up with the former Anacrusis frontman on the heels of his solo debut, Dancing With the Past.
Mike Clark (Waking the Dead, No Mercy, Suicidal Tendencies)
A chat with the legendary guitarist on the No Mercy days, and resurrecting the band as Waking the Dead.