The young Michigan rock band Greta Van Fleet has been making a splash in the music world over the last few years after extensive festival appearances across the nation and around the world. But the band is on the verge of becoming a household name bolstered by their new album “Anthem Of The Peaceful Army” and an upcoming guest appearance on the Saturday Night Live show.
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Joey Santiago is the lead guitarist in the Pixies. His inventive, unorthodox guitar parts in the Pixies catalogue have made him a highly influential guitarist on a great many musicians. As well as being a multi-instrumentalist, he’s also contributed scores to a number of films and television shows.
We talked to Joey about the band’s history and legacy from his Bay Area home in California.
Undoubtedly one of the most influential bands of the 90’s, The Pixies have been making waves and headliners the last ten years with renewed activity, including a new album (‘Indie Cindy’) and a continuous, and sold out, touring schedule all over the world. With an east coast run about to kick off in Memphis on May 1st, we spoke with drummer and guitarist, and founding members,
David Lovering and Joey Santiago about the Pixies past, present and future.
Full of primal rage and belly laughs, Aeon are Swedish metal lords. Far removed from their peers in bands like Entombed and Nihilist, Tommy Dahlstöm the bands singer shares with us some wisdom from…
Danko Jones formed in 1996 in Toronto, Ontario. They released their first record Born A Lion in 2002. Incessant touring and a half a dozen hard rocking albums has given […]
Heavy metal masters who are on the brink of becoming true lords of the genre, Battlecross are one of the most exciting bands out there today. It was an honor to sit down the always eloquent Hiran Deraniyagala and learn about what makes his music so special.
Tim Sult is a truly interesting individual, a guitar god with the demeanor of a dentist, he’s a cool dude to get to talk to. We sat down for about fifteen minutes and discussed his upcoming record and the future of the band, it seems like we have promising things to come!
I got a chance to talk to a personal hero of mine, the King of Metal himself in Texas. Much more shy and re-served than his stage persona might suggest Hill still gave interesting incites onto
his work with Phil Anselmo and how touring life can hurt your ass.