Interviews

Neal Morse
There are some musicians that, no matter how many times you’ve talked with, you have always at least one more reason to communicate with again. Even more, when you have to do with one of the most productive musicians in rock music, mr. Neal Morse. His...
Amenra
There are not many bands out there that managed to rock the boat of extreme music as strongly as Amenra, in recent years. With just two full length records they refreshed the doom/sludge genre and now four years since their last manifestation, we are...
Enslaved
Enslaved has been on of the most creative and interesting bands in the metal universe for many years now. It is the Norwegian band which has matured in the most challenging way. It is certain that during all those years they offered us some excellent albums,...
Alan Parsons
There is no need for special occasions in order for us to speak with Alan Parsons, the man who as sound engineer has worked with The Beatles and Pink Floyd and as a musician succeeded with his own Alan Parsons Project. However, the cooperation with Electric...
Y&T
Being the leader and central figure of Y&T for over 35 years, Dave Meniketti deserves to take credit for significantly most of the respect the band has achieved among fans and musicians as well. The new decade has found the band not only with constant...
Orchid
Is it really that possible for a great singer along with a marvelous guitarist, not to draw the attention they seek through their music? When you have some worth of saying, eventually you shall be heard unless you are the exception that proves the rule and...
Grayceon
Uniqueness is a rare asset nowadays. The San Francisco scene, where the thrash of Bay Area once flourished, is determined to prove the opposite, as in recent years has produced more than a few great bands. Among them is Grayceon, a trio consisting of cello,...
Neal Morse
I don’t think I have to say anything about Neal Morse. He’s an endless source of music, a real and in the same time great musician who has created his own legacy in the (progressive) rock music and continues to create non-stop in top level of...
Periphery
Among the many names that constantly emerge in the new genre of djent, Periphery make the difference. Their album is probably the best of this genre for the current year and that’s why we wanted to speak with programmer, co-producer and lately bassist,...
Nachtmystium
Nachtmystium caused over their two previous albums considerable debate regarding the experiments introduced in their sound. However in their new album entitled "Silencing Machine" return to more traditional forms adopting, simultaneously, some new...

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