Posts Tagged ‘Interviewed’

Parkway Drive 2012

Parkway Drive Interviewed In The Studio

Alternative Press recently sat down with vocalist Winston McCall of Australian metalcore group Parkway Drive to discuss the band’s direction on their coming fourth studio album and why they chose producer Matt Hyde (Slayer, Hatebreed). Please read a small excerpt from the interview below and continue to read what McCall had to say by reading the entire article.

So we’re talking about a more atmospheric set of songs?
Yeah, those elements from Deep Blue will be present to a much greater degree. With the atmospheric stuff on this record, there’s so much more layering, and so much more depth

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Breathe Carolina Interviewed By Punk Videos Rock, Hint At Tour With We The Kings

Breathe Carolina sat down with our good buddies at Punk Videos Rock and discussed the happenings on the first week of Vans Warped Tour.

The guys also discussed organizing their Warped set, their idols on the tour, the new single “Hit And Run,” and hinting at a upcoming tour with pop rockers We The Kings. Please check out the interview with Robert Herrera after the jump and enjoy.…

States 2012

States Interviewed By Front Row Live Ent.

States‘ own Stephen Laurenson spoke with our good friend Robert Herrera, of Front Row Live Entertainment, and the results are very informative.

The two discuss States signing to Tooth & Nail Records, the re-release of their debut album Room to Run and much more.

Please feel free to click through the link to visit the band’s website and view their official touring dates. We hope to see you at a show soon!…

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mewithoutYou Interviewed By Absolutepunk

Our friends over at Absolutepunk have interviewed frontman Aaron Weiss (mewithoutYou) and discuss the band’s new record, Ten Stories, religion, and much more. Read an exceprt by simply looking below and read the entire interview by clicking here.

“Something about selling tickets or CD’s to hear someone sing about “God” seems pretty off-point to me now. This has always been a muddled region to me, and I’ve always been conflicted about it. It’s only been recently that I’ve been able to stop trying to reconcile the two, and say plainly that I enjoy playing music for