Articles Archive for April 2012
Bands, Concert Reviews, Darius, Music, Music Interviews, Nashville, Shadows Fall »
Brian Fair of western Massachusetts’ Shadow Fall rejoined All Knowing Force this past week to discuss the band’s new album, Fire From The Sky. This album, which we have no doubt will be killer, is set for a May 15th release date. Darius also went and saw their tour opener at the Exit/In in Nashville. Check it out!
Andrew Bilach, Buried Treasures, Music, Paw »
Andrew Bilach, Bands, Music, Music Interviews, POD »
Darius, Janus, Music Interviews »
About once a year, I hear a new record from a band that is either brand new or that I paid little attention to beforehand and am completely blown away. That’s if I’m lucky. Enter Chicago’s Janus and their new album Nox Aeris. Guitarist Mike Tyranski joined our program where we discussed the band and their newest release, which is a piece of art that gets better with every listen.
Andrew Bilach, Hank3, Music, Music Interviews »
Hank3 released four new albums on September 6, 2011, a mix of country, doom-rock, and speed metal, with a little cattle callin’ here and there. Entitled Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town (a 2-disc country record), 3 Bar Ranch Cattle Callin’ (a metal record in the newly anointed cattle core genre) and Attention Deficit Domination (a doom rock record), these albums were released on Hank3’s own record label, Hank3 Records (through Megaforce Records), and feature guest appearances by Tom Waits, Les Claypool of Primus, Alan King of Hellstomper, and Williams’ dog, Trooper. And in 30 minutes of audio, we address this and more.
Andrew Bilach, Buried Treasures, Judas Priest »
Andrew Bilach, Dirge Within, Music Interviews »
“I’ve always said Shaun Glass is an open book. Our discussions are always fun, interesting, and laid back. Whether or not you like his music, he’s worthy of your respect. Shaun Glass bleeds Dirge Within. Morning, noon, and night, 24/7, he’s about this band. That’s no joke and not something I’m writing for the sake of this article. If everyone approached music and their bands like he approaches Dirge Within, the music business would be a much more honest, better place.”