Interview with John Kevill (Vocals) and Adam Carroll (Drums) (Warbringer)
Interview with Jon Schaffer (Guitars) (Iced Earth)
Formed around the nucleus of Australians Jon Stevens (Noiseworks/INXS) and David Lowy (Red Phoenix/Mink), the powerful musical collective is completed by a line-up that speaks volumes. They include, Charley Drayton (The X-pensive Winos/The Cult), Richard Fortus (Guns ‘N’ Roses/Thin Lizzy), Darryl Jones (The Rolling Stones) and Dizzy Reed (Guns ‘N’ Roses).
Interview with Legendary Drummer JimmyDeGrasso, Black Star Riders
First and foremost, with everybody we wanted to see if they can pull off the songs, play them correctly, and that they it felt right musically. That’s something Mike did, it felt like the band
After 15 successful years that have spawned 6 studio albums and countless tours, the LA based rock act Buckcherry are set to release their first ‘best of’ album on Eleven Seven Music and will tour the UK and mainland Europe to promote it.
“Muse seem an obvious comparison if only due to a shared love of the surprising, there’s something of classic Queen in the mix but filtered in an altogether more vital and contemporary manner….one you’ll want to follow this year” KKKK Kerrang!
The saga story was over, so Fabio was free to write. I really like his poetic style of writing. The most important thing is the fact that the lyrics sound good to the music.
Nikola can actually sings his own harmony parts. Michael couldn’t sing harmony vocals, he didn’t know how to, so we build guys like David Readman and Doogie White around his lead vocals on the first album and it kinda became pretty cool. We then messed around with that on each record, but it became more and more expensive the bigger the name we used, and that money could be put to better use, so we always said album number four would be us standing on our own two feet