There were boisterous times at the band's recent appearance at South by Southwest (the band's first for the festival, but hardly their Austin, Texas debut), but much like a typical crosshatching of 20-somethings, the Funeral Pyre's craziest ex
At a Skeletonwitch show -- it now being the band's seventh year bringing their blackened thrash attack across America and beyond -- don't be surprised to see guitarist Scott Hedrick hanging out in front of the club with fans and friends alike before thrashing whatever audience that is in whatever city it is on whatever night tonight shortly thereafter. Here, there, overseas ... he's still just one of us fans.
Fresh off their first headlining tour in January and February, Chicago's Veil of Maya immediately got back on the road to support the band's forthcoming third record, ',' without much hesitation. Even with a successful headliner packing clubs, Veil of Maya aren't
The Funeral Pyre has always done it their own way, and recording for the band's forthcoming full-length isn't that much different. Yeah, they have a record label, and sure, they just did a six-week tour -- that they booked thems
At the band's recent California live debut, Animals as Leaders garnered a triumphant cheer from the Hollywood crowd when the bands playing before the trio asked the crowd if they were ready for band's the mind-bending, instrumental take on metal. And on Feb. 7 at the Whiskey a Go Go, they certainly were, judging by app
Sure, it's a day and age where people steal music and record labels keep losing money. But bands still exist -- somehow. It's the emotion, the art, the right ... right? After all it's not about the detriments, but more the perpetuating of metal's power, right? In the Binary Code's case, it's t
It's been a long few years for former Skeletonwitch bassist Eric Harris working to assemble his post-'Witch plans after relocating to Los Angeles unexpectedly late in the summer of 2008. Sure, a few plans did
A mutual love of heavy metal and hardy meals fuels Chef Ryan Harkins, Matt Chernus, and Dustin Dillard, the three metalheads that make up the crew of Los Angeles' Grill 'Em All burger truck. And if you ha
Dec. 11 is a Friday night, and Los Angeles' Holy Grail just returned from a successful North American tour. What else is there to do but play a welcome home show at the famous Whisky a Go Go (the venue that helped launch the careers of the Doors, Alice Cooper and Guns N' Roses to name but a few) on the band's home turf, right? Throw in one or two hundred metal-hungry headbangers, and you've got a successful scenario -- at least if you're in L.A. and looking for something to do on a Friday night. "It's the only thing I like to do," guitarist James J. LaRue tol
When a band is able to land a support gig for Eyehategod after only a handful of prior live outings, then one could comfortably assume they're pretty dang heavy. Of course for Los Angeles' Noriega, it probably doesn't hurt that three quarter
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