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Category: Interviews

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A Dirty Dozen with ANDREW ORVIS & SHEA STRATTON of STATE TO STATE – February 2019

A Dirty Dozen with ANDREW ORVIS & SHEA STRATTON of STATE TO STATE – February 2019

| 5 February 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Since releasing their first LP, No Bounds, in 2014, State to State have established themselves in Los Angeles as flag bearers of atmospheric rock, a landscape forged by bands like Radiohead and Interpol. They recently played a sold-out show at the Troubadour, residencies at The Hotel Cafe and […]

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A Dirty Dozen with JIMMY GNECCO of OURS – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with JIMMY GNECCO of OURS – January 2019

| 31 January 2019 | Reply

According to a recent press release: “Gnecco is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from New Jersey, frontman for the rock band OURS, as well as a solo artist, who is known for his multi-octave vocal range and singing style, often described as “dramatic and emotional.” Gnecco has likened OURS to Nine Inch Nails in the sense that he works with other […]

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A Dirty Dozen with WOLF RED of BAMBOO STAR – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with WOLF RED of BAMBOO STAR – January 2019

| 31 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Iconic voice. Lightning guitar. Addictive bass. Relentless drums. Bamboo Star hails from diverse influences, and they are every bit as interesting and culturally unique as their hometown of Hong Kong. Like their fast-paced city, Bamboo Star’s music is high-energy and full of witty, lyrical punchlines. Their ballads are […]

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A Dirty Dozen with MELISSA JANE of FINAL GRAVITY – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with MELISSA JANE of FINAL GRAVITY – January 2019

| 31 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: ““No Love” was inspired by a decade that started with a major terrorist attack that changed the USA forever and ended with an economic crisis that nearly led to a second Great Depression. It was also not a happy time for me personally. While many Americans were enraptured […]

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A Dirty Dozen with JAY R of SNAKE BITE WHISKY – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with JAY R of SNAKE BITE WHISKY – January 2019

| 30 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Snake Bite Whisky has quickly established themselves as Australia’s number one sleaze band, bringing something fresh to the global hair metal revival. Their sound is a heady mix of punk and heavy metal-injected sleaze rock. After the successful release of several singles, an EP, and touring, Snakebite Whisky are […]

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A Dirty Dozen with DAN REYNOSO of THE AVIATORS – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with DAN REYNOSO of THE AVIATORS – January 2019

| 24 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Bakersfield, CA hard rock band THE AVIATORS has released the official music video for the single, “Goodbye to the Rain,” filmed at The Canyon at The Rose, off of their latest album, Flowers and Moonshine. In an era when the perception that Rock N Roll is a dead art form, The Aviators have […]

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A Dirty Dozen with BLACKSTAR REPUBLIC – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with BLACKSTAR REPUBLIC – January 2019

| 20 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Blackstar Republic have released their video for single “Nuclear Hollywood” off of their forthcoming record due out spring 2019! If you’ve ever wondered what a band would sound like that can mix modern metal with elements from last two decades of hard rock/metal, then you’ve found them in BlackStar Republic. With a unique […]

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A Dirty Dozen with MADAME MAYHEM – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with MADAME MAYHEM – January 2019

| 17 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “MADAME MAYHEM released her new single “BROKEN”! The single was co-written with Keith Wallen of Breaking Benjamin and features Ray Luzier of Korn on drums, as well as Billy Sheehan of David Lee Roth, Mr. Big and others on bass. Those who yearn for the electric catharsis of loud guitars, driving rhythms, hypnotic hooks, and the strength of shared experience have a new muse in Madame Mayhem. The […]

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A Dirty Dozen with GUNNY of O.D.D. – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with GUNNY of O.D.D. – January 2019

| 16 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “O.D.D. partners with Pavement Entertainment to bring you the worldwide release of their EP, The Disorder, available now. The band has carved a niche that lurks somewhere between hard rock and metal. Melodic vocals paired with heavy guitar riffs, pulsating bass, and thunderous drums complete the experience. Born from the […]

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INTERVIEW: NICK PERRI of THE UNDERGROUND THIEVES – December 2018

INTERVIEW: NICK PERRI of THE UNDERGROUND THIEVES – December 2018

| 9 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Following a series of social media teasers, The Underground Thieves — Nick Perri’s new, eclectic band — released its sixth single, “Fall,” today, with accompanying music video. This release follows Perri and The Underground Thieves’ heavy summer and fall touring schedule that saw them supporting acts like Slash, Greta Van Fleet, and Black Stone […]

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INTERVIEW: JONATHAN JOURDAN of TO WHOM IT MAY – December 2018

INTERVIEW: JONATHAN JOURDAN of TO WHOM IT MAY – December 2018

| 4 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “With an increasing number of up-and-coming rock bands becoming easier to categorize, the Galveston, Texas-based trio, To Whom It May, serves as a much-welcomed arrival – as heard throughout their recently-released full-length debut, The Great Filter (G4L Records), which has already charted on iTunes Metal at #10 and Billboard Heatseekers […]

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A Dirty Dozen with ANIA of I YA TOYAH – January 2019

A Dirty Dozen with ANIA of I YA TOYAH – January 2019

| 2 January 2019 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Chicago, Illinois-based Electronic/Industrial artist I YA TOYAH is pleased to announce the release of their debut full-length album, CODE BLUE. CODE BLUE takes you on an intimate journey through the chapters of inner darkness and struggle, caused by social distortions, depression and suicidal nature. Consisting of ten tracks, debut album reflects the […]

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A Dirty Dozen with JESSE MILLER of LOTUS – December 2018

A Dirty Dozen with JESSE MILLER of LOTUS – December 2018

| 27 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Instrumental jamband LOTUS surprised fans with the release of their new album, Frames Per Second. The all-instrumental 19-song studio album and accompanying documentary, tracked live at Rittenhouse Soundworks in Philadelphia with cameras rolling, aims to showcase Lotus in a pure, raw form forming live in the studio. Norwegian space-disco […]

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INTERVIEW + LIVE: OTEP – December 14, 2018

INTERVIEW + LIVE: OTEP – December 14, 2018

| 27 December 2018 | Reply

  Venue: The Concourse City: Knoxville, TN Date: December 14, 2018 Review and Photographs by: Rachel Craig Otep brought their Art of Dissent tour to The Concourse in Knoxville, TN, with a big message about the current political climate America. Frontwoman Otep Shamaya herself is no stranger to controversy, as she is well known for […]

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INTERVIEW: CHAD NICEFIELD of WILSON – December 2018

INTERVIEW: CHAD NICEFIELD of WILSON – December 2018

| 27 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Wilson formed in 2010 when the members came together in Detroit, MI. After two previous full-length releases Fullblast Fuckery in 2013 and Right To Rise in 2015, the band is back in 2018 with an all new album, record label, outlook on their career and musical direction. The sonic change came about from frontman Chad […]

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INTERVIEW: ASH COSTELLO of NEW YEARS DAY – December 2018

INTERVIEW: ASH COSTELLO of NEW YEARS DAY – December 2018

| 27 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Formed in Orange County, Calif. by Ashley Costello, New Years Day shook the scene with their Century Media debut, Victim to Villain, in 2013 featuring their breakout single “Angel Eyes.” The five-piece later cemented their place in the heavy music landscape with their Epidemic EP and critically-acclaimed Malevolence full-length in 2015, clocking more than 20 million views on YouTube. The […]

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A Dirty Dozen with PETER GELOSO of TROUT – December 2018

A Dirty Dozen with PETER GELOSO of TROUT – December 2018

| 21 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Detroit, Michigan classic rock band TROUT has released their self-titled record to digital outlets, as well as on vinyl through Rouge Records. Formed in the northernmost reaches of the Detroit area, TROUT’s eponymous debut LP provides true credence to the soul of rock music. This isn’t a band wearing “vintage” on its sleeve […]

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A Dirty Dozen with ROBERT KANTOR – December 2018

A Dirty Dozen with ROBERT KANTOR – December 2018

| 20 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Robert Kantor, adult pop singer-songwriter and founder of Kantor Guitars, combined his background in fashion design with his passion for guitar collecting and began designing customized guitars and guitar accessories, some with Swarovski crystals, for various artists. His guitars or accessories have become prized possessions of household name artists, including Eric Clapton, […]

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A Dirty Dozen with SAL ABRUSCATO of A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH – December 2018

A Dirty Dozen with SAL ABRUSCATO of A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH – December 2018

| 20 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Beauty often blossoms at the root of darkness. A Pale Horse Named Death siphon strangely blissful melodies from apocalyptic heavy metal awash in swells of cavernous gothic keys and grunge song-craft.  The band continue to excavate vulnerability from venom on their anxiously awaited third full-length album, When The World Becomes […]

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A Dirty Dozen with of BREAK MY FALL – December 2018

A Dirty Dozen with of BREAK MY FALL – December 2018

| 20 December 2018 | Reply

  According to a recent press release: “Break My Fall is the kind of band you always hope to hear when you listen to new music, but rarely get. In a world where everything is homogenized and blurs the lines between what is original and new and what has been done before, Break My Fall elbows its way […]

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