Tera Melos, Mar 2008. [AUDIO] - One of the first ever interviews conducted at Bonnerhaus, Nick Reinhart, Nate Latona, and Vince Rogers offer insight into their DIY philosophy and how they scored tours with Finch and The Fall of Troy.
Tera Melos, Dec 2009. [VIDEO] - At the Troubadour, Nathan Latona, Nick Reinhart, and John Clardy talk of material that became Patagonian Rats, why drummer Vince Rogers left the band, and touring in Japan.
This Is Hell, Aug 2011. [VIDEO] - Says guitarist Rick Jimenez, "There is no such thing as what a hardcore band shouldn't or should do. As long as you don't have that I'm better than you attitude or this rockstar bullshit...then there are no rules." Jimenez and Pieter Vandenberg drop by Bonnerhaus to talk of their album Black Mass, tour stories, and Jimenez's side-project Soldiers.
Thrice, Nov 2011. [VIDEO] - "We played at a SeaWorld [parking lot]," guitarist Teppei Teranishi laughs of an early Thrice show. "We had to turn our amps down. We were literally told that we were scaring the whales." Teranishi and drummer Riley Breckenridge give a rare retrospective on the band's influential career, just weeks before announcing their hiatus.
Through the Eyes of the Dead, Apr 2010. [VIDEO] - At Bonnerhaus, Justin Longshore, Jake Ososkie, and Danny Rodriguez discuss early tour stories and the characteristics that make a band stand out.
Thursday, Oct 2009. [VIDEO] - Outside the extinct Knitting Factory in Hollywood, Geoff Rickly, Tom Keeley, Tim Payne, and Steve Pedulla discuss the band's evolution over 12 years and their unexpected shot to success with Full Collapse.
The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, Aug 2007. [AUDIO] - After following Danza around Hollywood for an entire day, Layne Meylain, Jessie Freeland, Mike Butler, Brad Thomson, and Brandon Bateman discuss signing to Black Market Activities and the one time they were featured on Tony Danza's TV show.
Torche, Jan 2009. [AUDIO] - At Spaceland in Silverlake, Jonathan Nuñez and Rick Smith respond to being called "the next Nirvana" by Every Time I Die's Andy Williams, and talk of life as a touring band.
Torche, Aug 2009. [VIDEO] - On Hollywood Blvd in the courtyard below the Knitting Factory, Steve Brooks, Rick Smith, and Jonathan Nuñez give a roundup of their Meanderthal experiences, discuss the difficulties in becoming a financially stable band, and offer insight into future plans.
Touche Amore, Aug 2010. [VIDEO] - For an early afternoon chat at Bonnerhaus, Touche Amore discuss music, house parties, and their relationship with Thursday.
Trap Them, Jan 2011. [VIDEO] - "For me personally," Ryan McKenney says, "[success is] to be able to take care of my wife and dog. I would consider right now to be a success." McKenney tells the story of Trap Them and speaks of his love for hardcore bands that "don't give a fuck" -- "That's what I identify with!"
Trivium, Mar 2009. [VIDEO] - Conducted at an arena during the band's tour supporting Slipknot and Coheed and Cambria, Corey Beaulieu talks of building a fanbase in Southern Florida and opening for bands like Metallica.