The first and only time I saw Vision Of Disorder live was at Ozzfest '97 in Dallas and going into it, I knew nothing about the band. But after their set I immediately went out and bought their self-titled debut and it remained in my CD player for the better part of six months.
Pathology unleashed their latest batch of slamming death metal goodness The Time of Great Purification back on September 25 and vocalist Jonathan Huber gave me a holler on last Saturday's (9/29) edition of The Oath to mark the occasion.
Every once in a blue moon I get to talk to an artist that had a profound influence on me when I was a kid and that blue moon rolled around Monday (9/17) when Down guitarist Pepper Keenan joined me for the Maximus 4 o'clock 4-Play to discuss their new disc Down IV Part I: The Purple EP among other things as I spun four from the mini album.
One thing I was certain of while I prepared to interview Devin Townsend was that our conversation would be anything but boring and the man more than delivered when we got together for last Saturday's (9/8) edition of The Oath.
The Faceless have stepped it up on their new album Autotheism and guitarist/vocalist Michael Keene took a few minutes to talk about the band's new, more experimental direction on the September 1 edition of The Oath.
To me the thought of a documentary focusing on the people behind the scenes in the music industry is pure genius - especially in this day and age in which the industry is evolving at a break-neck pace.
After what must've seemed like an eternity, 7 Horns 7 Eyes were finally able to unleash their debut album Throes of Absolution earlier this year after their original vocalist decided to move on right after they signed a deal with Century Media Records.
Jeff Loomis joined me for a cold one and conversation back on July 28 when he came through Tomcats West in Fort Worth as a part of the Intrinsic 2012 North American Tour with The Contortionist, 7 Horns 7 Eyes and Chimp Spanner.
As you can imagine, a band with a name like Rumpelstiltskin Grinder doesn't take things way too seriously but when guitarist Ryan Moll called the BuzzLine for the July 28 edition of The Oath the conversation never really strayed too far from the business of playing thrash metal
New York thrashers Generation Kill released their debut album Red White and Blood last year and while the album was well received, the band hasn't had quite the exposure they deserve so of course I jumped at the opportunity to talk to bassist Rob Moschetti.
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