Interviews

Zeal & Ardor

Manuel talks all things Zeal & Ardor, Satan, & Guilty Pleasures

We were offered the chance to speak with not only possibly the most musically controversial artist of the year, but also the kindest, most humble artist of the year. The brain behind Zeal and Ardor, Manuel Gagneux, was kind enough to sit down with us and talk over a beer (thank you!) before taking to the stage at the Electric ...

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36 Crazyfists

Interview: Brock Lindow of 36 Crazyfists “It’s beyond the music it’s a brotherhood”

Just exactly what lead us to a dark, dingy and altogether dodgy looking staircase behind Bristol’s SWX with the 36 Crazyfists’ main man Brock Lindow is anyone’s guess – but here we are. For the Anchorage metalcore enforcers it’s their first date on the UK leg of their European tour supporting Bury Tomorrow. Riding shotgun this time around, by no ...

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Uriah Heep

Russell Gilbrook of Uriah Heep “It’s one of those dream jobs you do…”

After releasing their 25th studio album, British rockers Uriah Heep have embarked on a UK tour supported by GUN and Von Hertzen Brothers. Their current lineup consists of Bernie Shaw on lead vocals, Mick Box on lead guitars, Phil Lanzon on keyboards, Dave Rimmer on bass and Russell Gilbrook on drums. These guys haven’t slowed down since 1970, the year ...

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GUN’s frontman Dante reveals ‘Next year is gonna be fantastic for us!’

After a successful 2018, GUN are back on the road to play a series of exciting festivals and shows in the UK. Throughout their triumphant career these rockers from Glasgow, who formed in 1987, have gifted their fans with hits such as ‘Better Days’ and ‘Word Up’, not to mention their last acclaimed release Favourite Pleasures. The Gizzi brothers have ...

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Grand Slam

The Dawn of a New Beginning – The Return of Grand Slam

With a new album on the horizon, the incredibly talented ensemble known as Grand Slam are determined to leave a mark on the world of hard rock music. Originally conceived back in 1984 by legendary Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott (1949-1986) and featuring the brilliant Mark Stanway (Magnum) on keyboards and Laurence Archer (UFO, Wild Horses) on guitars, the band ...

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Not Ur Girlfrenz

New Texan Pop Punkers, Not Ur Girlfrenz, play their debut UK shows on Bowling For Soup Tour

If you’re looking for your next favorite new band, they don’t get much newer then Pop Punkers’ Not Ur Girlfrenz. Formed just a year ago they have already played Warped Tour, released a music video and debut EP titled New Kids In America. Not Ur Girlfrenz is made up of three girls from Texas, Liv Haynes (14) playing guitar and lead ...

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Tremonti

Eric Friedman talks about Tremonti’s new album “This is my favourite album because of the way we did it together”

Founded in 2011 by Alter Bridge’s guitarist Mark Tremonti, heavy metal group Tremonti evolved from a solo project to a fully developed band and they’re getting more and more recognition as time goes by. Last June Tremonti came out with a brand new album titled A Dying Machine which represents the fourth release for this hard working quartet. The band has recently ...

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Ben Pool

Ben Poole Discusses his Dirty Laundry

Guitarist Ben Poole is currently on tour through to mid-December in support of his new album Anytime You Need Me, and has been making waves on the radio with his single ‘Dirty Laundry’ – Produced by King King’s Wayne Proctor who also play drums on the record as well as being part of the touring line-up with bass player Beau ...

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Uli Jon Roth

Uli Jon Roth “I don’t like anything artificial, I don’t like a show that is too smooth, I want the real thing”

Guitar wizard Uli Jon Roth is celebrating his 50th stage anniversary with a UK tour that includes the distilled essence of his music journey. Performing live has always been one of the most important aspects of his career, in fact, it’s no secret that many musicians have decided to start playing the guitar after seeing him in concert. Tonight he ...

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The Music of Cream

Malcolm Bruce talks The Music of Cream & More

The Music Of Cream – 50th Anniversary World Tour features Ginger Baker’s son Kofi, Jack Bruce’s son Malcolm and Eric Clapton’s nephew Will Johns playing as part of a multimedia experience that continues the legacy of the world’s original super group. Ahead of their UK tour, Malcolm Bruce took time out to answer a Q & A interview for general release. So, without further ado, ...

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