Interview – Vital Noise

How would you describe your music? We would say our music is considered hard rock/ metal. We like to focus on having as much melody as possible, while also capturing a certain heaviness and energy that can...

Interview – Matt Pless

Combining elements of folk, punk, pop and rock, Matt Pless can lyrically turn a phrase with the best of them and has been compared to some of the pre-eminent songwriters of our time. Tell us about the hi...

Interview – She Made Me Do It

She Made Me Do It are a London two-piece New Wave Electronica style band made up of Shaheena Dax (Rachel Stamp) on Vocals and Keyboards with Will Crewdson (Rachel Stamp/Scant Regard/Adam Ant/Bow Wow Wow/Fles...

Interview – Mynas

Mynas hails from Las Vegas, Nevada and has become synonymous with the underground metal scene of the city. Giving off a sound that is unique, unrelenting and a reflection of love and dedication to the metal ...

Interview – Shout At The Robots

How would you describe your music? Shout at The Robots sound is definitely based in punk but takes influence from pretty much everything and we're not really married to any particular genre. We make a vague...
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Rotting Christ – The Heretics

Rotting Christ's thirteenth album 'The Heretics' heralds an epic masterpiece of choirs (voices from the heavens maybe), heavy guitar riffs and dynamic melodies. All weaved amongst many concepts and visions...

Interview – Pyrotechnica

How would you describe your music? Scarlett: I’d like to think that our music is dynamic; it’s energetic, uplifting, driving, and pretty bold.Dustin: It is similar to the music in the opening or closing cre...

Interview – Baest

How would you describe your music? Our Music is simply death metal, inspired by a lot of the greats (Morbid Angel, Entombed, Grave, Opeth, Cancer), so this naturally brings a lot of the old school feel. At ...

Interview – On Better Terms

On Better Terms is a band based out of Dallas, TX. OBT fuses groovy melodies, and jazzy-driven rhythms with harsh yells and spoken word vocals. The band released their self-titled EP in 2015, and follow...
4.5

Front Line Assembly – Wake Up The Coma

A new Front Line Assembly album is always a cause for excitement, but was it worth the wait? I have been an on and off fan for many years, with some albums slipping between the cracks while I listened to o...