INTERVIEW: John Corabi of The Dead Daisies

From his days with The Scream, Mötley Crüe and Union, we’ve followed John Corabi through each stage of his career. It’s all led to what might be his best gig yet—fronting The Dead Daisies, one of the best pure hard rock bands in the world today. It’s no surprise given the pedigree of his bandmates—guitarist... Continue Reading →


INTERVIEW: Graham Zander of Green Druid

“Ashen Blood,” the debut full-length release from Denver, Colorado’s Green Druid, signals the arrival of a new force on the stoner/doom metal scene. (Read Live Metal’s review here.) With seven tracks lasting 74 minutes, the band pushes its droning, hypnotic compositions to the limit, resulting in a recording that feels both meditative and exhausting. After... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Eric Harris of Gygax

Combining a love of Thin Lizzy-style rock ‘n’ roll and an equally strong affection for role-playing games such as “Dungeons & Dragons,” Gygax (named for D&D creator Gary Gygax) is about as much pure fun as can be found in music today. But it’s not just about a gimmick. With a lineup featuring former and... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Elijah Witt of Cane Hill

Cane Hill’s second full-length album, “Too Far Gone” (released in January via Rise Records), is a huge leap forward, showing a band that has grown tremendously since album number one, “Smile” (2016). As you soon will read, that growth wasn’t an easy process, involving a healthy amount of self-reflection brought on by an unhealthy amount... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Joe Cotela of Ded

Hailing from Tempe, Arizona, Ded loudly stormed onto the national scene in 2017, taking the stage at nearly every major rock festival, touring with Korn and Stone Sour, and garnering a fair amount radio airplay, especially on Sirius XM’s Octane. The band proudly wears its nu metal, metalcore, hardcore, punk and even pop influences on... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW: Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth

Since its unholy birth in Suffolk, England, in 1991 as a raw, underground black metal band, Cradle of Filth has triumphed over nearly every subgenre of extreme metal. From its breakthrough 1996 release, "Dusk … and Her Embrace," that exposed the band's vampiric evil worldwide, 1998’s pinnacle of black metal, "Cruelty and the Beast," the... Continue Reading →

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