Interview: InVisions vocalist Ben Ville discusses ‘Between You & Me’, Architects & beers

York based Metalcore giants InVisions are back and set to release their second full length LP ‘Between You & Me‘, due to be released from their newly signed record label Stay Sick Records. They have had a successful career so far, touring with the likes of Our Hollow, Our Home, THECITYISOURS & Glamour of the Kill among various festival slots – and with their very successful debut album ‘Never Nothing‘ released back in 2017 under their belts, they are ready to get bigger and bigger.  Lead vocalist Ben Ville was kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to answer some questions for us. Check out our review of the new album ‘Between You & Mehere. Continue reading

Interview: Starve To Survive discuss upcoming EP ‘Have Me To Waste’, Counterparts & ‘A Quiet Place’

Newcastle based heavy newcomers Starve To Survive are going to be big in the next coming years, after releasing their debut EP in 2016 titled ‘Life//Loss’ and with their highly anticipated upcoming EP titled ‘Have Me To Waste’, which is fucking phenomenal (read our review here), these lads are going to blow up. Luckily, they took time out of their busy schedules to answer some questions for us… Continue reading

Interview: Genessier Vocalist Ryan Policky

Horror industrialists Genessier have done some damage in the scene with their album Graces the Bone, and the soundtrack to the well-received terror short Shovel.  Join us as we chat with Genessier vocalist Ryan Policky on making the music and films that keep us haunted and chilled.

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Interview: The Swifts

The Swifts are a pop punk outfit based out of Colorado, and they have dropped an excellent debut album with All Sunshine which was recorded and produced by Ahrue Luster, guitarist for Ill Nino.  All Sunshine is full of hooks, rockin’ rhythms and punchy well thought out lyrics. While The Swifts do at times sing about the heavy stuff they are also the self-proclaimed “Ultimate Dad Band!” so you know they are trying to have as much fun as their listeners.

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