Bring Me The Horizon were one of those bands that everyone, including myself, loved to hate. But with the release of their new album "Suicide Season", and a refreshing, new, albeit rockier sound, the band seems to but one that people now hate to love.
I spoke to bass player Matt Kean via email about the new album, touring the US with Misery Signals and a whole lot more!
I’m a Between The Buried And Me fan-boy, so it was my absolute pleasure to interview the band’s front man, Tommy Rogers…
Having survived trends, member changes and record label bullshit, Bleeding Through is one of the true mainstays of the Orange County punk/hardcore/metal (or whatever the fuck you want to call it) scenes.
A lot of bands talk a hard game when it comes to their level of passion and dedication to their music and their fans, but BT front man Brandan Schieppati is one of the most sincere musicians I’ve been lucky enough to interview. But don’t take my word for it, see for yourself.
It’s like the Canadians are rubbing our faces in it. First they gave us Alexisonfire, which in turn spawned the soulful, acoustic sounds of City & Colour and now AOF axe-man Wade MacNeil has delivered a top-notch record with his side project Black Lungs.
Wade was kind enough to donate some of his rare downtime to us…
The road to success is a long and arduous one, yet Perth’s Birds Of Tokyo have proven that major labels (and major dollars) are no longer a necessity when it comes to making rock n roll inroads.
We spoke with Adam Spark (Guitar) about everything ROCK...
Orange County’s heaviest & hardest working band are back in Australia for the Soundwave Festival. After recent dates with HIM, Slayer and Marilyn Manson - the band is stoked to be hitting Australia again.
With a new guitarist and a new record on the way, Bleeding Through’s future as a band isn’t going to slow down any time soon.
I spoke with Brandan about the bands lineup changes, new songs and the state of the music scene.
In their short existence, Bullet For My Valentine has achieved a hell of a lot. Sold out headline tours, shows with Iron Maiden and even a public spat with Rob Zombie for good measure.
Vocalist and guitarist (and songwriter as he made painfully clear) Matt Tuck was more than happy to talk about his and his band’s success…