We spoke with A.A. Williams about her musical upbringing and the creative process behind her debut EP and LP, as well as the “Songs From Isolation” cover series record and her collaboration and incoming European tour with Mono.
In lieu of the impeding release of “Primordial Arcana”, we spoke with Aaron Weaver of Wolves In The Throne Room about the creative process behind the record, the experience of producing a record by themselves and the band’s newfound allegiance with Century Media Records and Relapse Records.
We spoke with Randall Taylor, the man behind Amulets, about his early beginnings playing music, his interest in tape looping and older musical technology, and the creative process behind his upcoming record, “Blooming”.
We spoke with Hamilton Jordan about the mindset of Genghis Tron after a 13-year-long hiatus and the influences and lyrical concepts that drove the creation of “Dream Weapon”, as well as what it was like working with a new singer and drummer for the first time.
We spoke with Erik Moggridge about his musical upbringing and the Stygian Bough collaboration with Bell Witch, as well as his upcoming Aerial Ruin records and the forthcoming European tour with Wolves In The Throne Room.
We spoke with Johannes Persson, the unmistakable frontman of Cult of Luna, about the creative and recording process behind both A Dawn to Fear and The Raging River, the founding of the band’s own record label, Red Creek, and their return to Amplifest later this year as part of their upcoming European tour with Caspian and Holy Fawn.
We spoke with drummer Lee Buford about the creative and recording process behind The Body’s new record, “I’ve Seen All I Need To See”, as well as the multitude of collaborations they have been involved in throughout their 20+ year career and their plans for the immediate future.
In lue of the imminent release of “May Our Chambers Be Full” via Sacred Bones’ Alliance Series, we spoke with guitarist Andy Gibbs about the circumstances in which Thou’s new collaboration record with Emma Ruth Rundle came to be, the recording process and goals of the record, as well as videogames as an influence and the current state of the live music industry.
Steve Von Till tells us about how he had to allow himself to follow the creative muse during the creation of his brand-new record, “No Wilderness Deep Enough”, as well as his work as an elementary teacher and his thoughts on n a creative future endangered by a worldwide pandemic.
We spoke with Zachary Ezrin, the founder, vocalist and guitarist of the golden ritualists known as Imperial Triumphant, about the creative process behind the creation of the band’s brand-new record, “Alphaville”, their many influences and the decision behind the inclusion of two very singular and distinct cover tracks, among other topics.