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Mer de Noms at 20: Musicians Celebrate A Perfect Circle’s Debut

At first, Tool fans were kinda bummed. Word of a Maynard James Keenan side project — while appealing on paper — was met with apprehension…
Chris Harris / May 22, 2020

40 Years of Isolation: Musicians Reflect on Ian Curtis’ Legacy

On the morning of May 18, 1980 — well before daybreak — Ian Curtis died by suicide, one day before the groundbreaking band he fronted…
Chris Harris / May 18, 2020

Coheed and Cambria’s Claudio Sanchez Reignites the Prize Fighter Inferno in Lockdown

Everyone’s handling this COVID-19 crisis differently. For the most part, Claudio Sanchez, the mastermind behind Coheed and Cambria, is trying to make the most of the…
Chris Harris / May 15, 2020

Q&A: Randy Blythe on Lamb of God’s New LP, Punk, Politics and CBGB’s Legendary ‘Throne’

Like a lot of Americans, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe is none too impressed with the job our Twitterer-in-Chief’s been doing. Unfortunately, as a…
Chris Harris / May 15, 2020

Code Orange Get Creative in the Time of Coronavirus

The last thing any band ever wants to do is cancel an upcoming tour—especially when they’ve got a new album to promote, as Code Orange…
Chris Harris / April 1, 2020

Pearl Jam’s 10 Best Shows, Ranked

There’s a lot of uncertainty in the world right now. Obviously, the advent and speedy spread of the coronavirus has managed to impact practically every…
Chris Harris / March 23, 2020

Brant Bjork Gets ‘Funky and Free’ on ‘Duke of Dynamite’

There’s no stopping consummate multi-instrumentalist and Palm Desert, California, native Brant Bjork, who’s been crafting funky, groove-laden rock-and-roll to get baked by for the last…
Chris Harris / March 10, 2020

Quicksand’s Manic Compression Turns 25: Musicians Hail Influence of Landmark Hardcore LP

No respectable debate over the greatest bands from the 1990s would be complete without at least some discussion about the contributions of New York post-hardcore…
Chris Harris / February 28, 2020

Green Day Tinker With Different Styles on Father of All Motherfuckers

When you’re a band like Green Day, with a long, proven track record and a rabid, global fanbase, you can pretty much do whatever the…
Chris Harris / February 7, 2020

Stone Temple Pilots Unplug for Poignant, Atmospheric Perdida

Things have never been easy for Stone Temple Pilots. Throughout the band’s tumultuous career, STP has somehow managed to persevere, overcoming the hurdles of addiction…
Chris Harris / February 6, 2020

Stone Temple Pilots’ New Song “Miles Away” Will Tug At Heart Strings: Exclusive

Some songs are immediately relatable. Something about it—the melody, the sentiments expressed in the lyrics, the hypnotic pacing of, the splendor—touches some part of you…
Chris Harris / February 5, 2020

Stone Temple Pilots’ Jeff Gutt: Perdida Is a “Very Vulnerable Album”

Months after Chester Bennington quit Stone Temple Pilots and months before his death, the band began searching for their next singer—a process that would involve…
Chris Harris / February 5, 2020

They Might Be Giants’ Flood Turns 30: Musicians Extol the Landmark Album

Two weeks into the 1990s, two Brooklynites named John released a clever, eclectic, blissfully quirky collection of 19 tracks called Flood on Elektra…
Chris Harris / January 15, 2020

They Might Be Giants’ John Flansburgh Reflects on Flood 30 Years Later: “It Was an Exciting Time”

When John Flansburgh was 29, he and John Linnell—collectively known as They Might Be Giants—released their third full-length album, Flood, what’s considered to…
Chris Harris / January 15, 2020

Dimebag Darrell’s Friends Share Their Fondest, Wildest Memories: “He Was Just That Magical”

Rita Haney still thinks about the love of her life every day. She met "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott when both were eight years old, in Texas in…
Chris Harris / December 8, 2019

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