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Nightmare of You Interview – Near death experiences, mainstream media, bands that want fame
Jul 13, 2009
Comeback Kid Interview: Christian Hardcore, Career Highlights, & Technology
In the late 90’s, Jeremy Hiebert’s main goal as a young musician was to play in a band that sold 10,000 records. “I wanted to be on the road,” he comments. “I love [going] to a city that I’ve never been to, and [walking around to...
It Prevails Interview: The Growing Pains of a Hardcore Band
On a day in 2003, Ian Fike received a phone call that changed his life: his Portland-based band Ever We Fall landed a deal with Rise Records. At the time a sophomore in high school, Fike found himself in the studio recording what would become the band’s debut EP,...
An Interview with TOUCHE AMORE’s Jeremy Bolm
We interviewed Touche Amore once before, back in the day when they were supporting the release of their 2009 debut album …To the Beat of a Dead Horse. At the time the young post-hardcore band from Burbank, CA were just starting to make a splash in the music...
Zechs Marquise Interview: Getting Paid & The Seeming Rise of Instrumental Bands
On a warm autumn day in Southern California over cold beer and YouTube videos, the members of Zechs Marquise talk of their recent boating experience. “It was a day off [during the RX Bandits farewell tour] and we all went to [Shasta Lake],” bassist Marfred...
The Chariot Interview on Ryan’s Rock Show
Given the current state of the music industry, it’s often hard to know if a band creates art, or if they’re a manufactured product designed to sell. Half of the time at shows, it’s hard to tell if a band is playing for real, or if they’re playing to pre-recorded...