Interviews

Featured Artist: Seether’s Shaun Morgan Looks Up to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Deftones

“Country Song,” the new Southern-tinged track by neo-grunge band Seether, is No. 1 on the active rock chart, and this isn’t a milestone for the South African trio. Shaun Morgan and his band have racked up plenty of rock staples since their 2002 debut in “Gasoline,” “Remedy,” “Broken,” “Fake It,” “Fine Again,” “Truth” and more.
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Interview [PODCAST]: Director of Foo Fighters Documentary

Oscar and Emmy Award-winning director James Moll talks about his latest gig, directing grunge rock band the Foo Fighters’ first documentary, “Foo Fighters: Back and Forth.”
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Interview [Podcast]: A Perfect Circle

Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel-fronted hard rock band A Perfect Circle has unveiled a full list of summer tour dates, including gigs at Toronto’s Edgefest, Colorado’s Red Rocks and more. Howerdel says the group will be “playing some of the new songs,” on this tour, “so that’s always an exciting prospect.”
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Interview [Podcast]: Buckcherry

Buckcherry guitarist and songwriter Keith Nelson makes it clear the hard rock band’s latest album, All Night Long, is nothing of studio magic — it’s Buckcherry, plain and simple. The way Nelson sees it, the album — and, really, Buckcherry’s overall philosophy — is just the product of a natural evolution; one that comes from playing nonstop shows and living to deliver pure, bad-to-the-bones rock ‘n’ roll.
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Interview: Shinedown Vocalist Inspired by Chris Cornell, Otis Redding

Poised with guitars, drumsticks and fists of might, Shinedown got together in the early ’00s in Jacksonville, Fl. With post-grunge exploding, Shinedown’s sound fit perfectly, bringing chunky guitars, melodic vocal lines and Alice In Chains-style layered harmonies. In this interview, Shinedown frontman Brent Smith opens up about his musical influences and making hard rock hits.
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Posted 26 Feb 2011 | Band Profiles, Features, Interviews, Music, Rock | 0 Comments

Interview: 3 Doors Down Want to Change the World

Interview: Platinum-selling hard rock band 3 Doors Down gears up for new songs with, “Time of My Life,” out April 12. Produced by Howard Benson (P.O.D., Flyleaf, Daughtry), the disc finds 3 Doors Down with catchy tracks, more mature and hard rockin’ than ever. Bass player Tod Harrell talks charity and playing for the US troops.
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Posted 21 Feb 2011 | Band Profiles, Features, Interviews, Music, Rock | 0 Comments

Interview [Podcast]: Skillet

Skillet, Stone Sour, Theory of a Deadman, Halestorm and Art of Dying, all on one bill. Sounds too good to be true, right? Wrong. Welcome to the 2011 Avalanche Tour. The hard rock trek kicks off March 24 in Chicago and wraps up May 8 in Jacksonville, Fla.
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