Interviews

Nick Horrigan: A Practice In Spontaneity

January 29, 2012

During my random surfing on Facebook looking for new music, I cam across this pretty cool review site called . They mainly caught my eye because of the crazy amount of New Jersey bands they were covering and, after some

Interviewing Eulen

January 25, 2012

Eulen is one of the most successful post-black/doom bands in the middle-east and Syria. I was honored that they agreed to elaborate on some of their views and journeys along the way in producing music and supporting their fellow metal-head

Leviathan discovered, devours interviewer whole!

January 5, 2012

Very rarely, a band comes along that doesn’t merely entertain me but rather inspires me so profoundly that my entire musical worldview is irreversibly altered. Without even a shred of exaggeration, I can say that Leviathan is one such band.

Ebonylake: The Eclectic Duo

December 17, 2011

The past few years, I’ve been getting into avant-garde in metal so I was really happy when the chance to interview a band like fell into my lap. These guys were great to interview, I had a really fun time

Interview With A Mad Artist

December 5, 2011

Last week, I got a chance to catch up with one of my favorite artists, Michelle E. Fusco (aka Libertina Grimm). She has a unique talent for creating enchanting visions of enigmatic musicians. Her subjects in the past have included

An Evening with Immortal Technique

December 5, 2011

Some performers entertain; instigates. With social unrest erupting both at home and abroad, listening to Immortal Technique’s music is like pouring fuel on the fires of the coming Resistance. This feeling of defiant opposition was even more present last week

Phalgeron: Pillaging A Venue Near You

November 4, 2011

Based in Seattle, , is an interesting band with a sense of humor that sets them apart from most bands you’ll come across. Be that as it may, their music is great adrenaline pumping black metal with well-written lyrics. That’s

Mohammed AlMeshkhas: Diminishing Genres

October 10, 2011

, a very talented bass player from Bahrain, took some time out of his schedule to answer a few questions about his music. Amazingly enough, he’s also been and is currently part of a diverse list of bands which matches

Stephan Said: Destroying Borders

October 1, 2011

Riding on the heels of his latest album release, “difrent,” has been keeping busy with of the same name which aims to erase the borders that separate us with the power of music. His vision, in everything that he does,