Mark “WEISSGUY” Weiss – Shooting The Decade That Rocked

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Gene Simmons of KISS said it best: “Mark is the real deal. He may not play the guitar, but that camera is his guitar. He’s a rockstar.”  In an era where rockstars were hailed as gods, Mark Weiss carried the all-access pass.  Known by some of the greatest artists as more than just a photographer, Weiss… Read more »


DEVILDRIVER – Letting the Demons Out

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After decades of screaming out songs, blasting speakers and inspiring truly rabid pits, DevilDriver raise the lantern high continuing to deflect demons in a year where they’re everywhere, unseen to the eye and masked face. Vocalist Dez Fafara has taken the worldwide downtime to reflect on his good fortune of surviving a turbulent couple of… Read more »


SEETHER’s Dale Stewart Interview – If You Want Peace Prepare for War

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The Coronavirus pandemic has been very unkind to musicians and fans alike.  With increasing postponed album releases, social distancing measures that have changed the way bands write, record, and rehearse, as well as no live shows, musicians are finding it difficult to entertain the hungry masses.  This is no different for post-grunge rock band Seether,… Read more »


DAVID ELLEFSON – An Unstoppable Force

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This year has certainly not been what any musician was expecting. Touring came to a grinding halt, often causing a delay to album releases and other promotional plans. Many bands have made the most of things, using the internet to promote their music the best they can. None seem to have taken the bull by… Read more »


CHERIE CURRIE – Dreams Really Do Come True on the Blvds of Splendor

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She has been described as “the lost daughter of Iggy Pop and Bridgitte Bardot,” a queen of noise and a woman of grande reinvention.  She’s an artist who is respected for laying the foundation for countless women in the music industry by becoming the frontwoman in the very first all-girl rock group with platinum album… Read more »


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