Having just wrapped up dates with Living Colour, New Jersey rockers Sekond Skyn call the experience a learning process. "I think they're all incredible musicians and legends in the industry," bassist George Pond told
Maybe it's the result of being behind the drumkit for 16 years and not having much access to the microphone, but Satyricon's sticksmith, Frost, loves to talk. On this week's episode of ''Creep Show,' the blac
Replacing a band member after their death is an exceptionally difficult decision for all kinds of reasons. Led Zeppelin chose to disband when drummer John Bonham died, while AC/DC quickly recruited Brian Johnson after Bon Scott's passing. Inevitably, the guys in Alice in
Isn't it awesome when bands rip on former members, something like five years after it actually matters? While cruising for news this morning, we came across an item about Korn. Essentially, frontman Jonathan Davis said in a recent interview that original members Brian 'Head' Welch and David Silveria didn't really contribute much to the band's initial recordings. "I'll lay it down t
Here's a question for all of you, especially you heavy metal publicists out there: What's the difference between a 'break up' and an 'indefinite hiatus'? We ask because, as we reported last week, He Is Legend has called it quits. But they haven't 'b
Tomorrow's going to be fun. Unfortunately, our editor, Seth Werkheiser, is going to be out of town for this week's podcast, but the good news is Satyricon is this week's special guest. Robert Pasbani from
With a band named Nashville Pussy and albums titled 'Get Some,' 'Say Something Nasty' and, well, 'Let Them Eat Pussy,' we expected frontman Blaine Cartwright's iPod shuffle list to read like a porno mag. At the very least, we figured there'd be a bunch of sleazy, scummy bike
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