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Interview: Falco from Wicked Maraya

It’s surprising how easily a perfectly executed guitar riff can transport listeners back through time. Wicked Maraya does just that with their track, “Sound of Evil”—evoking not only the imagery of a rugged heavy metal band, but also the feel of a dimly lit, slightly hazy club. The tiniest wisp …

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Interview with The Energy

Facebook | Website ME: The Energy already has four albums under its belt. How does it feel having accomplished so much in just a little over a decade? TE: You know, it’s a good question. In terms of having now written, recorded, and produced 5 albums in a decade, I’d …

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Interview: Adia Victoria

Adia Victoria is one of those artists that really leaves a lasting impression. I sat down with her for a few minutes before her show in St. Louis to talk about her upcoming album, Beyond the Bloodhounds, her experiences and music. Music Existence: You’re on tour to promote your album …

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Interview: Wildways

Music Existence had the opportunity to interview and learn more about the Russian metalcore quintet Wildways, formerly known as Sarah Where Is My Tea. Founded in 2009, Sarah Where Is My Tea achieved relative success around Russia and Europe, releasing a self titled EP and two albums. On advice from …

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Interview: Otep

Defying definition, Otep Shamaya is a multi-faceted creature known as much for her lyrical tongue and fierce growls, as for her outspoken personality and willingness to defend her beliefs on today’s politics, LGBTQ+ rights, moral veganism, and more. Music Existence was able to connect with Shamaya via Skype before she …

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Interview: Bear Hands

Back in February, Bear Hands released their first single “2am” off their new album. The song has received a lot of airplay since then and has been the most added song to Alternative Radio over the past 2 weeks. Their new album “You’ll Pay For This” drops April 15th. I recently caught up with Dylan …

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Interview: Lesley Barth

  What was your experience moving from Philadelphia to New York nearly five years ago like? Expensive!   Philly has amazing creative energy and a really vibrant music scene, but I felt like I wasn’t able to channel that energy in a productive way there.  I didn’t feel like I …

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Interview with Patient Sixty-Seven

Facebook | Twitter | Youtube | Merch ME: For having released your first EP back in 2015, Imbalance, you have definitely gained a following on Facebook and Youtube with both Australian and American fans. How does it feel? PSS: It’s really humbling. We definitely make an effort to try and …

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Interview: Stacey Savage from Savage Master

Everyone has a bit of the devil inside, and Stacey Savage is no exception. As the ass-kicking front woman of occult heavy metal band Savage Master, Savage has been tantalizing listeners with her piercing shrieks, no-holds-barred approach toward live performances, and ability to transcend from mere mortal to all-powerful sorceress—able …

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Interview with Blackey Lor of Midnight Mob: “The fact that I front a rock band is truly God’s sense of humor”.

New York City’s Midnight Mob has kept their music just like the environment around them—gritty, diversely expressive, and true-to-heart. Their reputation for building solid performance rapport, as well as genuinely unified communication with fans over their half-a-decade career has been rightfully earned. Both the band and fans are stoked about …

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Interview: Flo Laurin from Sinbreed

Based in Germany, Sinbreed has been infusing their personal brand of no-nonsense power metal into the genre since their founding. Their third and most recent record Master Creator (released February 2016 by AFM Records), has been receiving positive reviews for its relentless energy, lyrical diversity, and overall creativity in a …

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