We chat to Fairport Convention’s Chris Leslie in the run up to the folk legends hitting the road again in support of Shuffle & Go.
Carcass have returned with Torn Arteries. We were lucky enough to catch up with guitarist Bill Steer to talk about the new album, and much more.
We caught up with Charlotte Wessels to talk about her new compilation, Patreon, inspirations outside of metal and the chances of playing Delain songs again.
We caught up with Orange Goblin’s Ben Ward ahead of the reissue of their 2007 album, Healing Through Fire on Cherry Red Records.
We spoke to Maxim about the collaborative project with Dan Pearce and how it all came together, as well as speaking about music, his previous art pieces, presentation aesthetics and a little about The Prodigy.
Tim Muddiman is an artist/musician who has been in Gary Numan’s band for many years. We spoke to him about his new art exhibition and much more.
Laura Guldemond is lead singer with heavy metal group, Burning Witches. The band are set to release their fourth album, The Witch Of The North.
Bewitcher have just released their latest album, Cursed Be Thy Kingdom. We caught up with Bewitcher, to talk about the new album, artwork, vinyl and more.
Alex Webster is a part of a truly pioneering band. Cannibal Corpse are about to release their fifteenth studio album entitled Violence Unimagined.
We caught up with The Anchoress in the run up to the release of The Art Of Losing discussing the record, touring, Bandcamp, podcasting, Prince and more.
Mike Keneally of MFTJ joins us for an in depth chat about his new project as well as working with Devin Townsend, Ulver and Frank Zappa.
We have a chat with up and coming, progressive music inspired musician, Dominic Sanderson. His Discarded Memories EP is out now.
We have a chat with DJ/writer/presenter Matt Stocks whose first book Life In The Stocks gathers conversations with musicans and creatives.
The near future is here. We fire over some questions to DarWin about the A Frozen War album and you get a chance to listen in.
In the run up to the release of May Our Chambers Be Full from Thou and Emma Ruth Rundle we spoke to Andy Gibbs from Thou about the project.