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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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An Interview with Matt Fazzi of Rare Futures: “Love is a multi-layered beast that, depending on what perspective you are looking from, can be very different from one person to the next.”

For over a decade, multi-instrumentalist Matt Fazzi has made the most of channeling his assets into numerous projects. Whether you’d prefer his tenures in the prog-influenced Facing New York, the underappreciated New Again album of Taking Back Sunday, or the introspective Happy Body Slow Brain, Fazzi has given every opportunity …

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Army Of The Universe Talks Songwriting, Experimentation, & Being on the Road

Milan based Industrial trio Army of the Universe just dropped their The Magic and are set to independently release a full LP followed by North American and European tour.  We were able to sit down with the band and learn more about their creative process,  touring with Industrial legends, and evolution through experimentation. …

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Interview with Flint, Michigan native Zachary Scott from It Lies Within, “We are all doing our best to lend a helping hand anywhere needed.”

Flint, Michigan natives It Lies Within have recently joined forces with Craig Owens, lead singer from the band Chiodos to work on a charity compilation album. The project titled Not Safe to Drink will also feature artists Pentimento, Baggage, Braidedveins, The Swellers, Taking Back Sunday, and many others. All proceeds …

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Interview with Steve “Lips” Kudlow of Anvil: “…If you measure life on the people you meet, the places you go, and your experiences, I’m a billionaire!”

Once you begin listening to Anvil, you’ll never look back. Their initial 80s output—Hard ‘n’ Heavy (1981), Metal on Metal (1982), and Forged in Fire (1983) — is essential to thrash’s expansion worldwide. Subsequent releases will leave you equally shocked as to why the band’s credibility has only recently been …

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Interview: Samuel Lee

  1. You’re stepping away from the “heartland rock” sound on this EP and delving into more soulful territory. What made you move in this new direction? Rhythm and Blues have always been a really big part of my musical identity. For years, when I’d pick up my guitar, often …

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