I had the pleasure of chatting with the ever-interesting bassist extraordinaire, Bob Lord to discuss, among other things, what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his newest music, his thoughts on the music scene going forward
Atticus is easily one of the most recognizable of the bunch, and you can be sure that when he’s a part of any given story, it’s bound to be memorable.
When it comes to the guitar, speak to me with your playing. Send me a message without actually talking to me. I don’t care how fast you can play, or how many notes you can jam in a 30-second solo. Is that impressive from a technical standpoint? Sure. Does it speak to me personally? Not really.
In early 2021, when veteran Metal outfit, Accept, released their newest effort, Too Mean To Die smack dab in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, they were doing more than just pushing new tunes out into the world. No, they were reminding us that life is a litmus test.
The 80s was a glorious time for Rock music. A time looked back on with reverence and nostalgia. There are some who feel that the era of Hair Metal was the last great era of Classic Rock. A final, yet monstrous gasp from the beast that is Rock and Heavy Metal.
Nichole along with a few others is absolutely one of my favorite voice actors on the podcast, and one that I truly feel gives the show that little extra something special. Her versatility and dedication to the craft of voice acting are always apparent, and the characters she embodies are always infinitely memorable.
In the spring of 2020, veteran Prog-Rock outfit Nektar was riding high on the heels of a 30+ city tour supporting their new album The Other Side, and then COVID ground everything to a halt.
Flotsam and Jetsam are one of the underrated, and perhaps unheralded heroes of the Thrash and Speed Metal genres. For nearly forty years the group has consistently released outstanding music within their genre.
Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing the one and only Glen E. Friedman to discuss, among other things, what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his entry into the Punk, Skate and Hip-Hope scenes, his early days as a photographer, some of his proudest moments, favorite records and a whole lot more.
Luke LeBlanc is a Minneapolis-based singer-songwriter who delivers dynamic and unapologetically original performances of songs filled with heart, soul, and grit.