Candiria, Mar 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) Also listed as Hope Kills Fear - In a lengthy phoner, Carley Coma discusses the near-fatal van accident in 2002 that resulted in a $29 million dollar winning lawsuit, and converting from Satanist to devoted Christian.
Cave In, Oct 2009. [VIDEO] - Outside the deceased Knitting Factory in Hollywood, Adam McGrath, Stephen Brodsky, and JR Conners discuss the band's four-year hiatus, their major label disaster with RCA Records, and that one time they flew in Dave Grohl's private jet.
The Chariot, Feb 2011. [VIDEO] - Over cups of coffee at Bonnerhaus, Josh Scogin, Jon Kindler, David Kennedy, Stephen Harrison, and Brandon Henderson give their input on music & art, the record industry, and the younger generation of musicians. "We know so many bands that aren't playing for real, it's all tracks," frontman Josh Scogin said of bands they encounter on tour. "I get it if you're Britney Spears or Garth Brooks, then who cares. But our world, the punk rock/rock & roll world, trickling into that world -- that sucks."
The Chariot, Jul 2012. [VIDEO] - "I opened the door and it was all white," Josh Scogin recalls of throwing flour on Alesana during The Chariot's 2008 tour with the band. In Pomona, the frontman talks tour stories and the band's new album "One Wing."
Chimaira, Nov 2011. [VIDEO] - Days before announcing his departure from the band, guitarist Rob Arnold gives an emotionally detached interview on Chimaira's 13-year career and the late 90s Cleveland, Ohio music scene that spawned bands like Mushroomhead and the short-lived Sw1tched.
Chiodos, Nov 2007. [AUDIO] - Matt Goddard and Pat McManaman talk of the band's beginnings in Flint, Michigan, building a fanbase at the Local 432, and touring worldwide.
Circa Survive, Dec 2007. [AUDIO] - In the basement of L.A.'s Mayan Theater, Anthony Green, Colin Frangicetto, Brendan Ekstrom, Nick Beard, and Steve Clifford speak of playing large festivals like Warped Tour and Bamboozle, plus that one time Green interviewed Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell.
Circa Survive, May 2008. [AUDIO] - At the Avalon in Hollywood, Colin Frangicetto and Anthony Green speak of happiness, expectations, legacy, and of experiences that have made the band stronger over the years.
Circa Survive, Nov 2010. [VIDEO] - In what feels like a scene from Waking Life, Anthony Green offers a rare backstage interview on Blue Sky Noise, and discusses what it means to grow as an artist and musician.
CKY, Aug 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) - Chad Ginsburg talks of the band's inner tension caused by alcohol abuse, overcoming the ups and downs of a decade, and that one show he played shit-faced where he kept falling off stage.
Closure In Moscow, May 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) - In a candid phoner, guitarist Manny Zennelli talks of how the Melbourne, Australia band has adjusted to the American culture with their relocation to the U.S., and offers insight into their debut album First Temple.
Clutch, Dec 2008. [AUDIO] - Guitarist Tim Sult talks of how the band started out playing the 9:30 Club in DC and the pros to recording music on tape.
The Color of Violence, Feb 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) Also listed as From First to Last - Travis Richter speaks of his project with From First to Last bandmate Derek Bloom dubbed The Color of Violence, life as a producer, and current happenings with FFTL.
Coma Lies, Feb 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) - Prior to flying to the U.S. to record their debut album with producer Steve Evetts, frontman Liam Christenson talks of the band's hometown of Newcastle, Australia and touring throughout the country.
Comeback Kid, Sep 2011. [VIDEO] - At an Asian restaurant in the outskirts of L.A. County, guitarist Jeremy Hiebert talks about his first touring band Figure Four, highlights from Comeback Kid's career, and music & technology.
Converge, Aug 2008. [AUDIO] - Backstage in the hallways of Hollywood's defunct Knitting Factory, Nate Newton talks after the band's set about his many years spent in Converge, the evolution of heavy music over time, and how most people are closed-minded with music.
Cradle of Filth, Oct 2007. [AUDIO] - In the commissary of LA's Wiltern, guitarist Charles Hedger talks about growing up with Cradle of Filth and later joining the band, the group's controversial "Jesus is a Cunt" t-shirt, and life as a guitar professor.
Cross, Melissa, Apr 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) - One of rock music's most renowned vocal instructors, Melissa Cross talks of beginning her career in a NYC subway station, discusses the basic techniques of screaming, and her work with Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley, Slipknot's Corey Taylor, and Geoff Rickly of Thursday.
Cyrus Fell Down, Jan 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) - Bassist Aaron Anderberg talks DIY touring, the Spokane music community, and opening for bands like These Arms are Snakes.