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Interview: Staind – Aaron Lewis

Celebrating the release of their self-titled seventh studio album, Staind rolled into the UK to kick off their first UK tour in two years and I had the opportunity to sit down with frontman and guitarist Aaron Lewis.

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The Amity Affliction

Interview: The Amity Affliction – Joel Birch and Troy Brady

After just signing a record deal with Roadrunner Records, Australia’s new hardcore heroes The Amity Affliction dropped into the UK to support former Roadrunner boys Funeral For A Friend on their headline tour.

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Bowling For Soup

Interview: Bowling for Soup – Erik Chandler

After seventeen years and eleven albums Bowling for Soup have been around and done almost everything in the music industry. This year they returned with the aforementioned eleventh album ‘Fishin’ For Woos’. Just before they come out to the UK to undertake their first headline tour in support of the album I got the chance […]

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Interview: Chapters – Joe Nally & Michael Williams

Chapters are a 4 piece prog-metal act that hails from London. They have been on the unsigned scene for the past few years and recently have started making some real headway in the underground scene. They have toured with the likes of Viatrophy and were specially requested to open for Sylosis on their recent UK […]

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Animals As Leaders

Interview: Animals As Leaders – Tosin Abasi

Having just wrapped up their first ever tour of the UK and Europe with close friends Between The Buried And Me, Animals As Leaders are now looking ahead to the future with the release of their brand new studio album ‘Weightless’.

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Between The Buried and Me

Interview: Between The Buried And Me – Blake Richardson

What a difference a label makes. After working hard for over eleven years as a band with many successful support tours in the UK, Between The Buried And Me return to the UK in 2011 on their first ever headlining tour with support from close friends Animals As Leaders. With an EP released earlier this […]

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The Wonder Years

Interview: The Wonder Years Dan “Soupy” Campbell – “Pop-punk is not going to die easily”

Earlier this year Philadelphia’s The Wonder Years released one of pop-punks most anticipated albums, ‘Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing’. Inspired in part by Allen Ginsberg’s 1956 poem “America,” The Wonder Years ‘Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing’ is an introspective, heartfelt, and honest journey that tells the story […]

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