Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Loudwire is at it again with what is basically the only thing they are good for, Wikipedia Fact of Fiction.  In this edition, Buzz Osborne of The Melvins sits in the hot seat.  It is probably one of the most interesting episodes to date.

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This is the first audio interview I’ve ever done, and for a first effort I’m quite proud.  Paul covers a large range of topics in the interview including his film and television work.  He is one of the nicest, most down to earth artists I have ever worked with, and that’s saying something having worked in the music industry for over 25 years.  Please leave me feedback.  I’d love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.  A like is appreciated just as much.  Just something to let me know you’d like to see more of this on the site.

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Chris Holmes, former guitarist for W.A.S.P. and drunken swimming pool interview buffoon, recently conducted an interview with Metallväktarna ( translation: Metal Watcher) in Finland. During the interview Holmes says he’s been sober for 18 years, and that it took six DUI’s to get him to stop. All that heavy drinking definitely effected is brain. The most shocking part is Holmes’ homophobic comments about not liking Elton John, what he stands for and people like him. Homophobic? Probably. Stupid? Definitely. The hosts never call him out on it.

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Loudwire has released their newest edition of Wikipedia: Fact of Fiction featuring Metal Blade’s Whitechapel. These interviews are some of the funniest interviews I’ve seen . Who says metal head’s are all serious.

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The second part of the second episode of Ryan Waste’s (Municipal Waste, Volture) Living Fast YouTube show is now available.  In this edition Waste talks to Michael Denner from Mercyful Fate.  Horns Up!

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Hellhammer, drummer for the true Mayhem, sat down with Metal Wani’s Vitek Nabi and Achintya Venkatesh to discuss the band’s songwriting process, their style on new album Esoteric Warfare, and his side projects.

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Wrestling superstar and talentless vocalist for the band Fozzy sits down for a new edition of Loudwire’s Wikipedia Fact or Fiction. Side note: I recently listened to Jericho interview Dave Mustaine and had the nerve to put himself in the same league, because, you know, all musicians have the same amount of talent. Ask Dave about it.

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Noisey to the boys from Deafheaven to the park in San Fransisco for an interview….and to drink and smoke wee….er, cloves. It’s a fun, laid back visit with the band in and around the city by the bay. Tour their home, meet their friends and wish Kerry a happy birthday with the drunken folks at the local waterin’ hole.

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Loudwire has returned with it’s latest installment in the Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction series. This episode focuses on heavy metal legends Judas Priest. Rob Halford, Glen Tipton and Richie Faulkner hang with Graham Hartman to reveal fact or fiction. Enjoy

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Century Media has released the first video interview with Arch Enemy’s Michael Amott and new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz. Arch Enemy’s new album, War Eternal, will be released June 10th in the USA. The band will also embark on an extensive tour in support of the album. Dates listed below:

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