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Interview: Life of Agony’s Mina Caputo talks River Runs Red, The Sound of Scars, band chemistry, and more

On October 12, 1993, veteran Brooklyn quartet Life of Agony released their seminal debut album, River Runs Red. The album’s sound contained elements of grunge, thrash, and hardcore – a combination that resonated strongly with alternative rock and metal fans alike. Coupled with a lyrical concept involving the motions of …

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Rich Hall Of Follow No One: From Near Death Experience To Award-Winning Rocker

International duo Follow No One has been channeling the best of rock’s past and present creative elements since their 2017 debut EP, “5.” Fans have been drawn to both the jaw-dropping guitar work of Portuguese native Pedro Murino Almeida and the powerful, melodic vocals of American-born Rich Hall. The pair’s …

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Interview With Adara

Your Oct. 2 music video release ‘Alien’ has a strong anti-bullying theme. What prompted this and what message are you hoping to spread to your fans? ‘Alien’ is an anthem for those who feel misunderstood, strange, and like they don’t belong. So many of us have been bullied and mistreated …

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Interview: Macy Gray on her formative days, the essence of authentic singing, and more

For over two decades, Macy Gray has left an unmistakable imprint on the world of neo-soul. Her signature raspy, yet smooth vocal tonality has defined such classics as “I Try,” “Sweet Baby,” and “First Time,” all of which would ultimately contribute to her amassing 25 million sales worldwide. Gray’s new …

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