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Thrice: The Ryan’s Rock Show Interview

Thrice: The Ryan’s Rock Show Interview

During the band’s infancy in the late 90s, Thrice would perform at any shows they could get. “We played at a SeaWorld ,” guitarist Teppei Teranishi laughs, speaking candidly in the green room of Los Angeles’ Mayan Theater. “We had to turn our amps down. We were literally...(Read More)

Chimaira Interview: Guitarist Rob Arnold on the Band’s Early Days & the Nu Metal Era

Chimaira Interview: Guitarist Rob Arnold on the Band’s Early Days & the Nu Metal Era

“We were just young and hungry, and wanted to do whatever we could,” guitarist Rob Arnold reflects on Chimaira’s early days as a band. “Now being in it, we just know so much more — so much of the reality.” Sitting outside a cafe on Sunset Blvd, Arnold reminisces...(Read More)

Zechs Marquise Interview: Getting Paid & The Seeming Rise of Instrumental Bands

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 and we all went to ,” bassist Marfred Rodriguez-Lopez explains. Drummer Marcel...(Read More)

Comeback Kid Interview: Christian Hardcore, Career Highlights, & Technology

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 to a city that I’ve never been to, and .” Being...(Read More)

It Prevails Interview: The Growing Pains of a Hardcore Band

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,...(Read More)