Your last record, People, when you see the smoke, do not think it is the fields they’re burning (2015), has a really different sound, much less “conventional” than your first albums (Monologue and the splits), sounding like an evolution of Har Nevo (2012). Do you agree with that? And was this a conscious decision,
Your Europe tour just ended. How did it go? We’ve known Elder for years and they’re good friends, but the tour was booked for us to fail. We actually fired our booking agent a couple weeks before the tour began, but we wanted to go and we already bought the flights.
Denver’s Of Feather and Bone are among the hardest working acts from the Southwest around right now and last year saw the release of their inaugural full-length, Embrace the Wretched Flesh on Good Fight Music. A 10 song onslaught of bombastic crusty grindcore, the LP was handily among 2015’s heaviest
Matthew Arrebollo Interviews WOUNDVAC Amid an influx of quality new music in Arizona, Tempe-based band Woundvac has spent the past couple of years carving out a niche for themselves with their precise amalgamation of grindcore, punk and metal. Formed in 2014, the band has quickly risen to the top tier of
Monte of UN vs. Kenny of FISTER Monte (Un): Outside of your history of releases, I don’t know much about the band. Can you tell me a little bit about how Fister came to be? Kenny (Fister): I was pretty much hanging it up. I just quit playing with Ashes And Iron and wasn’t sure
The Black Mass is one of the greatest expressions of dark art known to man. It is theater on a grand scale in which the participants outwardly reject societal and religious norms in favor of rebellion, independence and blasphemy. Each participant, at some level, has had to mentally and psychically unshackle