Posts Tagged ‘Exclusive Interviews’

Police-man Still on His Beat An Exclusive Interview with Stewart Copeland – Interview by Craig Hunter Ross – Widely regarded as one of the best rock drummers of all time, former Police stalwart Stewart Copeland grew up the youngest of four sons to a CIA man and his archeologist wife. He spent his formative youth at var…

– By On Tour Monthly / Photo by Anthony Mair – “Imagine Dragons Still Radioactive“ It’s not surprising that the members of Imagine Dragon occasionally pinch themselves as a reminder they aren’t living a dream. After years of struggling to find the right groove and sound they felt would represent who they truly are as a…

– By Brett Villa – On Tour Monthly sits on the big couch with Dave Buckner of the Halo Method, backstage at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA. Also included, concert footage of Buckner performing “Last Resort” with Papa Roach. Dave Buckner – Halo Method (Aftershock Festival – Sacramento, CA) 9/15/13 ©2013 James…

– By On Tour Monthly – “Coheed and Cambria Explore the Final Frontier“ A concept album is a studio production where all the music and lyrical ideas spring from a single concept that unifies the theme of the story over the course of the record. Throughout the ‘70s, English progressive rock bands ruled the day with the i…

– By Krishen Anthony – On Tour Monthly sits down with Rob Zombie‘ guitarist John 5 before their headlining appearance at this year’s Mayhem Festival in Dallas, TX to talk about their new record “Venomous Rat Rengeneration Vendor“, favorite Mayhem moment, his friendship with Rob Zombie and more!…

– By James Villa – On the heels of releasing their new full length CD, and going out on a tour with Gwar, we sat down and spoke to Bruce Corbitt of Warbeast.  Here’s what he had to say. OTM: With the January release of the War of the Gargantuas split album including tracks by both you and Phil Anselmo of Pantera fame,…

– By Krishen Anthony – Toronto native Danko Jones’ most recent release Rock and Roll is Black and Blue is true to its name. It’s a mixture of black rock and blue grooves. Think Motorhead, AC/DC and the Ramones mixed with the production of Lenny Kravitz. I was able to catch up with Danko during the first part of their A…

– By Krishen Anthony – Those familiar with the European metal scene should already know this name. Fans of the band should be intimately familiar with their intense brand of melodic metal. With milestone albums like Stabbing the Drama, and The Panic Broadcast, Sweden’s Soilwork has a long career of success steeped in c…