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INTERVIEW: Max Cavalera

July 25, 2017 // 0 Comments

About playing ‘Roots’ in it’s entirety… Max: "It started out as an experiment at a festival in Canada. It has really grown since then, we took it to America and Europe and South America and all the shows were sold out and packed. Everybody really liked what we came up with. The whole ‘Roots’ album which is like an hour, then we play our favorite cover songs and just messing around with stuff that we love. It’s like a celebration of Metal. ‘Roots’ was a big album for us, the biggest Sepultura album. I’m proud of the record, I’m proud of the Brazilian culture we expose on [read on]

The BIG Über Rock Interview: Tommy Victor (Prong)

July 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

The BIG Über Rock Interview: Tommy Victor (Prong) http://ift.tt/2vKflsO Prong have just completed a five-date run of shows in the UK and Ireland, in support of their forthcoming new album, ‘Zero Days’, which is released next Friday (28 July). Über Rock caught up with frontman Tommy Victor just before the band’s Belfast gig: from Interviews [read on]

Baz Francis: The ‘Face That Launched A Thousand Shipwrecks World Tour 2017’ Tour Diary – Part Three

July 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

http://ift.tt/2pVcUEi Over recent months, Magic Eight Ball frontman Baz Francis has been regaling us with tales of his adventures into the furthest reaches of eastern Europe, the Middle East and north Africa, with his exclusive Über Rockin’ tour diary. This third and final (for now) instalment sees our audacious troubadour travelling to the land of the midnight sun, teaming up with his bandmates and revisiting a fondly remembered holiday destination: from Featüres [read on]

INTERVIEW: Ritchie Kotzen (THE WINERY DOGS)

July 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

WIKIPEDIA BIO:Richie Kotzen began playing piano at the age of five. At the age of seven, he was inspired to learn the electric guitar by the band Kiss. He started his career in a band named Arthur’s Museum. Kotzen was eventually discovered by Shrapnel Records’ Mike Varney, and he recorded his first solo album by the age of 19, the first of two instrumental records, simply entitled Richie Kotzen. He created the video Rock Chops for REH video in 1989, highlighting many of his formative techniques, including using wide-intervals and fluid sweeping. One year later, a second solo album called Fever Dream was released, which was the [read on]

INTERVIEW: Ritchie Kotzen (THE WINERY DOGS)

July 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

WIKIPEDIA BIO:Richie Kotzen began playing piano at the age of five. At the age of seven, he was inspired to learn the electric guitar by the band Kiss. He started his career in a band named Arthur’s Museum. Kotzen was eventually discovered by Shrapnel Records’ Mike Varney, and he recorded his first solo album by the age of 19, the first of two instrumental records, simply entitled Richie Kotzen. He created the video Rock Chops for REH video in 1989, highlighting many of his formative techniques, including using wide-intervals and fluid sweeping. One year later, a second solo album called Fever Dream was released, which was the [read on]

INTERVIEW: Ritchie Kotzen (THE WINERY DOGS)

July 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

WIKIPEDIA BIO:Richie Kotzen began playing piano at the age of five. At the age of seven, he was inspired to learn the electric guitar by the band Kiss. He started his career in a band named Arthur’s Museum. Kotzen was eventually discovered by Shrapnel Records’ Mike Varney, and he recorded his first solo album by the age of 19, the first of two instrumental records, simply entitled Richie Kotzen. He created the video Rock Chops for REH video in 1989, highlighting many of his formative techniques, including using wide-intervals and fluid sweeping. One year later, a second solo album called Fever Dream was released, which was the [read on]

INTERVIEW: Ritchie Kotzen (THE WINERY DOGS)

July 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

WIKIPEDIA BIO:Richie Kotzen began playing piano at the age of five. At the age of seven, he was inspired to learn the electric guitar by the band Kiss. He started his career in a band named Arthur’s Museum. Kotzen was eventually discovered by Shrapnel Records’ Mike Varney, and he recorded his first solo album by the age of 19, the first of two instrumental records, simply entitled Richie Kotzen. He created the video Rock Chops for REH video in 1989, highlighting many of his formative techniques, including using wide-intervals and fluid sweeping. One year later, a second solo album called Fever Dream was released, which was the [read on]

INTERVIEW: Ritchie Kotzen (THE WINERY DOGS)

July 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

WIKIPEDIA BIO:Richie Kotzen began playing piano at the age of five. At the age of seven, he was inspired to learn the electric guitar by the band Kiss. He started his career in a band named Arthur’s Museum. Kotzen was eventually discovered by Shrapnel Records’ Mike Varney, and he recorded his first solo album by the age of 19, the first of two instrumental records, simply entitled Richie Kotzen. He created the video Rock Chops for REH video in 1989, highlighting many of his formative techniques, including using wide-intervals and fluid sweeping. One year later, a second solo album called Fever Dream was released, which was the [read on]