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“PRONG” INTERVIEW

PRONG by Christina Thompson With their latest album about to drop (Zero Days), Prong has proven they aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Also, the album was aptly named. There are definitely "Zero Days" when it comes to this album. With its mix of old and new sounds, it has the bangers,

“HARDCORE SUPERSTAR” INTERVIEW

"HARDCORE SUPERSTAR" by Christina Thompson Let’s jump right in. A 20 year career for any band is monumental. Hell, these days it can be for any career! What is your secret? How do you keep up the energy level as you guys have so consistently? What are you spiking Berg’s drinks

“DRAGONFORCE” INTERVIEW

"DRAGONFORCE" INTERVIEW by Christina Thompson DragonForce, a British Power Metal group based in London, is known for their fun-loving, vivacious on stage antics as well as their fantasy-themed lyrics and long, fast guitar solos. Their seventh studio album, Reaching Into Infinity is set to debut on May 19 via Metal Blade

“SACRED REICH” INTERVIEW

"SACRED REICH" INTERVIEW by Christina Thompson Let's face it. A lot of metal delves in darkness. Be it religious in nature, mythological, or metaphysical, etc., sometimes Satan and "his eternal darkness" just isn't all that scary compared to what we humans manage to do to each other. So, sometimes, a band

“Megadeth” Interview

David Ellefson of "Megadeth" Interview by Christina Thompson With savage instrumental chops, Megadeth became a permanent part of metal history in the 80’s, trailblazing thrash metal on album after album. It's been three decades, and with the 2016 release of their 15th album, Dystopia, it doesn't appear that they are slowing

“Dark Fortress” Interview

"Dark Fortress" Interview by Christina Thompson Originally, the band is over two decades old. At this point, only Asvargr is the sole remaining original member. Do you feel that the changes in members have been what has propelled the continued success of Dark Fortress? The "freshness" and progression of your music? Seraph:

“Epica” Interview

"Epica" Interview by Christina Thompson First off, how did the concept for Holographic Principle originate? I know the answer (due to research) but I found it fascinating the amount of work that went into the concept before the songwriting process. I don’t think the average fan can even imagine the amount

“ASHES OF ARES” Interview

"ASHES OF ARES" Interview by Christina Thompson I somehow keep getting blessed with some interesting interviews and covering Ashes of Ares continues to keep my winning streak alive. The band was formed in 2012 from previous Iced Earth members Matthew Barlow (lead vocalist) and Freddie Vidales (guitar, bassist). In the beginning,

“KATATONIA” Interview

"KATATONIA" Interview by Christina Thompson Katatonia has been together for a quarter of a century, now. In the beginning, your sound was more Death Metal, but you have steadily moved to a more Progressive Rock sound while still keeping the metal undercurrent in your music. Was there any backlash from fans

“Evile” Interview

"Evile" Interview by Christina Thompson In an interview back in May 2016 you mentioned that you were working on an album to be released for the 2017 booking season. How is the progress going? Will there be any updates announced soon as the New Year draws closer? Progress is going pretty slow,

“SEEKER” Interview

"SEEKER" Interview by Christina Thompson Right out of the gate, Mr. Bryce Lucien, you had to take a personal hiatus from the original Seeker band, only to come back and find your members had all moved on in their personal lives. This led you to recreate Seeker. What was it that

“ANVIL” Interview

"ANVIL" Interview by Christina Thompson First off, congratulations on the release of your 16th album, Anvil is Anvil (February, 2016)! Since the release of Hard ‘N’ Heavy (1981), Anvil has had quite the interesting run—and it doesn’t appear that you are anywhere close to stopping anytime soon. What is it that

“Bipolar” Interview

".bipolar." Interview by Christina Thompson Is there any such thing as a “typical day” for you? It seems you wear so many hats…there’s the band, jobs, family—even being entrepreneurs! Aside from secretly harboring the ability to be in two places at once, how do you balance all of this? Scheduling must

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