February 2015 Vandala Magazine – Dr. Dog. Danko Jones, Night Demon and more

Contents of February 2015 Vandala MagazineEven though there are few signs of warmer weather  Vandala is keeping the heat coming. This month we have an interview with bassist-vocalist Toby Leaman of the creative and crazy Dr. Dog. The rock comes in with a great interview with Danko Jones about the new album, influences and more. Along with coverage from the 13th Annual Gordon Lightfoot Tribute Night Highlights,  A389 Recordings X Anniversary Bash and much more. This plus album reviews, more interviews, live coverage and more. READ HERE 

Cover Interview Dr.Dog
Band Wanted Live: 
Interview with 
bassist-vocalist Toby Leaman 

Cover Interview - Dr. Dog From February 2015 Vandala MagazineVandala spoke with Toby, bassist and Vocalist of Dr. Dog.  This band is a no holds barred creative smorgasbord. Bringing crazy fun harmonies, classic rock  and now with the addition of a true talent on drums, their new live album is an impressive testament to their unique musical stylings.

READ FULL INTERVIEW ON PAGE 48

GONNA BE A FIGHT: An interview with Danko Jones

Danko Jones Interview from February 2015 Vandala Magazine

This month Danko Jones will release their brand new full length Fire Music, one of their hardest rocking and catchiest records to date. We caught up with singer/guitarist Danko himself in between shows and marketing for the new record to discuss the new album, the band’s Misfits influence and the financial state of modern music.  READ FULL INTERVIEW ON PAGE 40

Let The Music Do the Talking – A Conversation with Murder By Death’s Adam Turla  

Interview with Murder By Death From February 2015 Vandala MAagazine

Vandala catches up with Adam Turla to talk about Murder By Deaths music, past and current albums, writing and other interesting thoughts.  STARTS ON PAGE 32

Night Demon, Modern Day Rock n’ Roll Heroes

Night Demon Interview from February 2015 Vandala Magazine

Jarvis the Night Demon front man cuts quite the figure, his sideburns and greased back hair prove him to be a true rock and roller of a breed often forgotten. It was truly enlightening to pick his brain about the madness of the rock and roll music he holds so dear.   CATCH HIS THOUGHTS STARTING ON PAGE 26

A389 Recordings X Anniversary Bash CoverageA389 Recordings X Anniversary Bash Coverage  From February 2015 Vandala Magazine

Pharaoh, Home studios and heavy Jams
A389 Bash Photo Highlights Josh Sisk
Dangerous Entertainment – Haymaker

PLUS MANY MORE INTERVIEWS HERE

 Other Highlights

Album Reviews and Features
Marilyn Manson “Pale Emperor”(Suicide Rock)
toyGuitar – “In This Mess” (Rock)
Panda Bear “Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper” (Dub)
The Johnny Red Eyes “MoonMasters” (Noise/Punk/Ska)
Xibalba “Tierra Y Libertad” (Hardcore/Death Metal)
Saxon “Heavy Metal Thunder – Bloodstock Edition” & “The Saxon Chronicles” Missed Album – Indie Recordings “Christmas Carnage Sampler”

Reviews & Live Music
Album Cover Pick: Punch Brothers – The Phosphorescent Blues
13th Annual Gordon Lightfoot Tribute Night Highlights

PLUS NEWS, PHOTOS, EDITORIALS & MORE MUCH MORE ALL FREE 

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