May 2016 Vandala Magazine, Lita Ford, Richard Patrick of Filter,Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari, Mortiis

The sun is out and what better way to enjoy than music from all eras. On the cover we have multi-talented Lita Ford talking about her latest release “Time Capsule”, where it came from, who she worked with and in-depth details. We also had the pleasure of interviewing Richard Patrick of Filter, Jeffrey Lewis, Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari and Mortiis. Plus we were on locations to see ZZ Top, Marianas Trench, Aaron Lewis, Walk off The Earth, Metric and many others. Plus reviews, album reviews and much more.  READ HERE FREE

May 2016 Vandala Magazine CoverMay 2016 Cover Interview: Lita For: Great Scott! Let’s Take a Time Capsule Back to the 80’s!

Lita Ford is the true definition of what 1980’s hair metal was all about! With her new album ‘Time Capsule’ just released and her touring we caught up with her to talk about the 80’s, the album in depth and more. Read on Page 60 or On our daily blog HERE

What Truly Lies Behind those Crazy Eyes An Interview with Richard Patrick of FilterMay 2016 Vandala Interview Richard Patrick of Filter

Filter is back with their heaviest and darkest album to date Crazy Eyes! It’s a quick one, but fans of Filter will appreciate the details Richard brought forth inside his answers to our questions! Page 44  or On our daily blog HERE

May 2016 Vandala Enter Shikari Rou Reynolds InterviewEnter Shikari – Expanding and Accelerating with Rou Reynolds

He talks touring, “Redshift”, world event, music and much more! Page 68  or On our daily blog HERE

Folk’s Not Dead – An Interview with Jeffrey Lewis May 2016 Vandala Interview Jeffery Lewis

Between his work writing and illustrating comic books and his music which travels through punk, acoustic folk, and noisy rock ‘n’ roll, he and his monolithic talent shine through the prisms of various modes of expression. On his new album, Manhattan, his decade-plus of story-telling and emotional honesty in songwriting coagulate into what may be his most solid release yet. Jeffrey Lewis  sat down with Vandala to shed some light on his work. Page 44

Mortiis – Who is The Great Deceiver?May 2016 Vandala Interview Mortiis

Norway’s Mortiis is back with his most anticipated release ever; “The Great Deceiver. A crushing industrial music effort that is bound to take listeners into the hellish musical mind of Mortiis for the better which he talks about with Vandala.  Page 76

Other HighlightsMay-2016-Vandala-Magazine-Contents

*Zakk Wylde – Book Of Shadows II (Rock)
*Explosions In The Sky – The Wilderness (Rock)
*Mogwai – Atomic (Rock)
*Daniel Jordan – Killed By Love Genre (Hip Hop)
*Autolux – P**sy’s Dead (Rap/Rock) Bleached – Welcome The Worms (Pop)
*School of Seven Bells -­ SVIIB (Pop)
*Blackberry Smoke Brings the Southern Rock
May 2016 Vandala ZZ Top Photo Credit Vandala Photography*Photo Highlights – ZZ Top
*Aaron Lewis Brings The Country to Chumash Casino Resort Santa Ynez
*Photo Highlights – Metric
*Photo Highlights – Walk Off The Earth
*Tesla Shake The Walls at Sold Out Chumash Casino Resort Concert
*Photo Highlights – Marianas Trench
*Photo Highlights – Death Cab For Cutie
*20 Years of Rip-Hop! Long live The Kottonmouth Kings!
May 2016 Vandala Slayer by Dana Zuk Photography*Slayer: Louder Than Hell and Still Killin’ It.
*An Unforgettable Night of Relentless Hard Rock featuring Starset and Breaking Benjamin!
*Photo Highlights – Offspring
*Photo Highlights Pigeon Park

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5 responses to “May 2016 Vandala Magazine, Lita Ford, Richard Patrick of Filter,Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari, Mortiis

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