We spoke with Luis Vasquez about his humble beginnings in music, the creation of The Soft Moon and the journey of self-discovery it has been since then, as well as his upcoming performance at Hellfest.
We spoke with João Vairinhos and delved a little bit deeper into what led to the creation of NECRØ, the influences that drove the project both in and outside of music, and what the future holds going forward.
We spoke with Klara Andersson about her musical upbringing, the origins of Fågelle and how the creation of her sophomore record, "Den svenska vreden", and a move to Germany helped her in dealing with loneliness, anger and frustration.
With the impending release of "STREGA BEATA" in mind, we spoke with Sam An about her relationship with music growing up, the influences that inspired the foundation of Lana Del Rabies and what the creative and recording process was like for "STREGA BEATA".
With Thou's impending return to Europe in mind, we checked back with Andy Gibbs to talk about the return of live shows, the creative and recording process behind "Myopia" and the "Norco" video game soundtrack, as well as what the future holds for the band going forward.
Earlier in May, we had the tremendous pleasure of chatting with Will Brooks about the creative process behind Dälek's brand-new record, "Precipice", as well as the group's origins and what it is like touring with rock and metal bands.
We spoke with Levy Seynaeve about the creation of Wiegedood and the development of their initial trilogy of records, as well as the creative and recording process behind "There's Always Blood at the End of the Road", and how the morale of the band has been since the return of live shows.
We spoke with Adam McGrath and Stephen Brodsky about the mindset of Cave In going into a new record, the healing effect they felt during its recording and what the future of the band looks like after its release.
We spoke with Nick DiSalvo, the illustrious frontman of Elder, on the group's brand-new collaboration with Kadavar and the mindset behind its recording, as well as his own Delving solo project and the return of live shows.
We spoke with Manuel Gagneux about the history of Zeal & Ardor, the creative and recording process behind their brand-new record and what the morale is like when it comes to returning to a live setting after a pandemic.