Haste The Day, Jul 2007. [AUDIO] - One of the first-ever Ryan's Rock Show interviews done at the Pomona stop of Warped Tour '07, the band talks of their experiences on the summer festival and life in the Midwest.
Hatebreed, Jun 2008. [AUDIO] - On the band's bus outside the Avalon in Hollywood, Jamey Jasta speaks of a decade in Hatebreed, changes in the music industry over the years, and hosting MTV's Headbanger's Ball.
Hope Kills Fear, Mar 2009. [AUDIO] (PHONER) Also listed as Candiria - 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.
Hopesfall, Jan 2008. [AUDIO] (PHONER) See also interview with Grabelle, Josh - When Hopesfall announced their disbandment, there was tension in the air with Trustkill Records owner Josh Grabelle. Drummer Jason Trabue called to tell us why the band hates Trustkill and how the label's founder ripped them off thousands of dollars.
Horse The Band, Jan 2008. [AUDIO] - From the original posting on Myspace: "Horse The Band is booking their own 40 country world tour. They're maxing out credit cards, and doing it all DIY style. I wanted to get the scoop on what's going down. Check out the interview with Erik [Engstrom] of Horse The Band."
Horse The Band, Jul 2008. [AUDIO] (PHONER) - "One plane landing in Malaysia, we were all convinced that we were going to die." Erik Engstrom recaps the band's worldwide DIY stint.
The Human Abstract, Jun 2008. [AUDIO] - On the Northwest corner of Sunset/Clark in West Hollywood, Brett Powell, Dean Herrera, Nathan Ells, and Sean Leonard discuss the band's DIY beginnings, signing to Hopeless Records, and why it's important for young bands to tour.