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INTERVIEW: Stix Zadinia (STEEL PANTHER)

June 8, 2016 // 0 Comments

Levi: I’m really pumped that you’re coming back to Australia,  I’ve actually seen every show you’ve played in Brisbane. I’ve been a big fan ever since I heard Feel The Steel Stix: That’s sweet, dude. Levi: Did you have fun last time? Stix: Dude, we always have fun in Australia. It’s a fucking wonderful country. Levi: How does it differentiate between playing shows in America? Do you think our audiences are different? Stix: Yeah. You guys have a different accent, so there’s that. You guys are from sticksforstones http://ift.tt/1t8wxXk via IFTTT [read on]

INTERVIEW: John Myung (Dream Theater/The Jelly Jam)

June 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

Levi: Can you tell us about the new album ‘Profit’ by The Jelly Jam? John: It’s an album that’s been in the works for the last few years. I think it could be the best album we’ve done together out of the four Jelly Jam albums. That’s definitely how we feel as a band about it. We’re really proud of it and think it’s a great accomplishment. We hope people will eventually find out about it and like it and think positively about it. Levi: Was it hard to find time out Dream Theater to record this from sticksforstones http://ift.tt/1Xw1K3Z via [read on]

Carl Spackler of La Chinga Interview

June 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

The contents of this post are determined by the specifications of the RSS feed as dictated by the original source. We do not cut and paste. INTERVIEW . Read on: http://ift.tt/1TVLic9 SleazeRoxx.com says: Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to [read on]

Great Moments In Punk History: June

June 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

http://ift.tt/1Kw5YDc Chesty Malone and the Slice ’em Ups guitar mangler Anthony Allen Begnal returned to the hallowed pages of Uber Rock at the turn of the year with a new monthly feature, Great Moments In Punk History! Anthony has paintings hanging in the LA Punk Museum, and his Punk History series is truly something to behold. So far this year we’ve had Wendy O. Williams, Sid Vicious, GG Allin, Henry Rollins, and Doyle in compromising positions, what will June offer us? from Featüres [read on]

The Philpott Philes (Senior Citizen Not Erased): June

June 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

http://ift.tt/1K5TGl0 In ‘Blackout on Common Sense’, the June instalment of Derek Philpott’s The Philpott Philes (Senior Citizen Not Erased), the former proofer, somehow, ties together the audio velvet of everyone from Nirvana to The Damned, Abba to Dio. Hit the link to lose yourself in the latest curiosity from the man behind the must-have book, ‘Dear Mr. Kershaw: A Pensioner Writes’….. from Featüres [read on]

Löve Razër Interview

June 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

The contents of this post are determined by the specifications of the RSS feed as dictated by the original source. We do not cut and paste. INTERVIEW . Read on: http://ift.tt/1TXwfg9 SleazeRoxx.com says: Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to [read on]

INTERVIEW: Rob Cavestany (DEATH ANGEL)

June 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

Levi: Can you tell us about the new album ‘The Evil Divide”, I noticed the moth on the cover looks similar to the one from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ was that film an inspiration at all? Rob: No, that’s completely coincidental that it has anything to do with ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ because they use that kind of a death moth in that movie. It’s just one of those weird things when we were coming up with ideas rolling with it, it didn’t dawn on anyone involved that it had anything to do with from sticksforstones http://ift.tt/1TJaRrj via [read on]

Chuck Billy – Testament – Uber Rock Interview Exclusive

May 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

Chuck Billy – Testament – Uber Rock Interview Exclusive http://ift.tt/1sj1lnZ Bay Area thrashers Testament return to the UK next month for a series of shows that includes a special one off ‘Thrash-N-Bowl’ show in London. Uber Rock’s Eamon O’Neill caught up with the band’s vocalist Chuck Billy recently to talk new albums, departed bass players and how Firehouse inadvertently managed to piss the band off. Hit the link then to find out all about ‘The Brotherhood Of The Snake’ from Interviews [read on]

The Uber Rock Singles Club – May 2016

May 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

http://ift.tt/1TNhHhJ Dom Daley and Gaz Tidey are spinning the decks at the May meeting of The Uber Rock Singles Club with some cracking releases to get through by the likes of Diamond Rexx, Lucifer Star Machine, Razorbats plus many more, including two (yup that’s two) releases from The Hip Priests. Hit the link then brothers and sisters and join the show you hope will never end. from Featüres [read on]

Tod Howarth (ex-Frehley’s Comet and current Four By Fate frontman) Interview

May 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

The contents of this post are determined by the specifications of the RSS feed as dictated by the original source. We do not cut and paste. INTERVIEW . Read on: http://ift.tt/22rWehO SleazeRoxx.com says: Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to [read on]