August 2015 Vandala Magazine – Epicas Simone Simons, Against Me!, Bonnaroo Festival and More

August 2015 Vandala Magazine CoverWhat better way to heat up Augusts issue than having Epica on the cover! We caught up with Simone Simons before the bands huge tour across North America. We also caught up with Atom Willard who has played with a long list of bands  and is currently with Against Me! Also Bonnaroo festival wrapped up and Vandala has a full feature complete with photos. Album reviews, live coverage and much more in Augusts Vandala Magazine.    READ HERE 

 

August 2015 Cover Interview
Epica: Singing, Subjectivity, and the Science of the Soul with Simone Simons

August 2015 Vandala Magazine - Epica Cover InterviewThirteen years and six full lengths deep, the larger-than-life symphonic metal sextet Epica prepare for a trek through North America hot on the heels of their album the Quantum Before embarking on their journey vocalist Simone Simons sat down with us to talk fire, song-writing, science, and skin-care. Read full interview in AUGUST 2015 VANDALA MAGAZINE on Page 50 HERE

SOUL MUSIC: An interview with Against Me!’s Atom Willard

August 2015 Vandala Magazine - Interview Atom Willard of Against MeYou won’t find many in the punk scene, or the music scene in general, who have had a more interesting an impressive career than Atom Willard. His resume is filled with great, sometimes genre defining bands such as Social Distortion, Rocket From The Crypt, The Offspring and more and now currently with Against Me!  Vandala had a lot to talk about upcoming live album 23 Live Sex Acts, next studio record and more. Read full interview in AUGUST 2015 VANDALA MAGAZINE on Page 58 HERE

 

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival Wraps Up 14th Annual Festival With Plenty of Firsts

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Opening day of Bonnaroo 2015 was a downright pleasant one, with temperatures peaking in the lower 80’s and puffy white clouds partially blocking the blaring summer sun. This years’ festival offered new and bigger facilities, amazing performances and more. Read our full 4 Day coverage complete with photo galleries. It all starts on page 26.

Other Highlights

*Interview – Damning Mankind with Ancient Alter
*Refused – “Freedom” (Hardcore Punk)
*Jaill – “Brain Cream” (Pop)
*Wavves & Cloud Nothings – “No Life For Me” (Pop/Rock)
*CZARFACE – “Every Hero Needs A Villain” (Hip Hop)
*Thee Tsunamis – “Saturday Night Sweetheart” (Rock)
*Fist City – “Everything Is A Mess” (Rock/Indie Rock)
*Terminus – “The Reaper’s Spiral” (Heavy Metal)
*Hrom – “Legends of Powerheart Part One” (Power Metal/Heavy Metal)
*Walter Trout Makes Triumphant Return to USA With Blues Rock Royalty Special Guests
PLUS NEWS, PHOTOS, EDITORIALS & MORE MUCH MORE ALL FREE 

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