Words Of Wisdom From The Lord Of Lard: An Interview With Raymond Watts of PIG

Words Of Wisdom From The Lord Of Lard: An Interview With Raymond Watts of PIG

Recently I had the pleasure of sitting down with Raymond Watts of PIG (even though I actually emailed him instead…just use your imagination!) for some bacon-flavored banter about his new album, Pain Is God. You can get it here if you haven’t yet! Quick question about “Badland” to start…first of all, this song is definitely one of my favorites of the whole album (although it’s hard to choose…)! I was wondering, is the title a…

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Interview: Chris Connelly talks about “Graveyard Sex”, Bill Rieflin and more

Interview: Chris Connelly talks about “Graveyard Sex”, Bill Rieflin and more

  Chris Connelly has just released his 23rd solo album entitled Graveyard Sex. After last year’s experimental Sleeping Partner, Graveyard Sex marks the return to his trademark sound. The album is emotionally fuelled, rich with dreamy soundscapes and most expressive vocals; it’s an intense and awe-inspiring masterpiece that could easily be his most profound piece of work so far. We took this opportunity to talk to Chris about his latest record and recent musical endeavours….

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Assemblage 23: Interview with Tom Shear

Assemblage 23: Interview with Tom Shear

  Tom Shear, mastermind behind Assemblage 23, talks us through these uncertain times and the creative process behind the making of Mourn. 1. When did you first start working on Mourn, was it before the pandemic and the lockdown? Tom: Oh yes, definitely. I’m always in a state of collecting song ideas, but the real bulk of the work started in the late summer of 2019. The album was completed in June, so there was…

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Interview: Adam Klopp talks about “Gathering Swans” and Choir Boy

Interview: Adam Klopp talks about “Gathering Swans” and Choir Boy

  Following their debut album Passive With Desire from 2016, Choir Boy are back this year with a new full length album Gathering Swans. Gathering Swans shows the band’s creative evolution, both lyrically and music wise. There have been changes in the line-up as well, which resulted in a superior release. Even though the feelings of melancholy and nostalgia are present throughout the album, I feel extremely positive and absolutely passionate about it. With the…

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Interview: Dan Milligan talks about The Joy Thieves

Interview: Dan Milligan talks about The Joy Thieves

  The Joy Thieves is a collective of established musicians and artists who gathered to create some brilliant industrial rock music. The first EP and title track This Will Kill That launched them straight away. While the sound is reminiscent of the industrial music’s past, it’s fresh and up to date at the same time. With their third EP A Blue Girl out in March, we decided to talk to the founder, Joy Thief Dan…

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Interview: Ronny Moorings talks about Clan Of Xymox

Interview: Ronny Moorings talks about Clan Of Xymox

  Created in the heart of The Netherlands, Clan of Xymox produced a sound that could have easily fit into the North of England where the whole ‘goth’ sound and culture was born. With a musical career spanning over 35 years they, like many others, have had their ups and downs, but are still going strong and still packing in the crowds in the 21st Century. With a US tour coming up in March 2020,…

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Interview with Mortiis: Sometimes People Wear Masks because they have Nothing to Hide

Interview with Mortiis: Sometimes People Wear Masks because they have Nothing to Hide

  I’m sorry. The first words I utter to Håvard a.k.a. Mortiis, The Inky Lord of the Hidden People, The Cold Priest of Creep, The Whisperer in the Starkness, The Goblin King of the.. erm, Goblins, (enough – Ed), are sincere apologies. The time difference between here and Norway is an hour. Our interview is arranged for 3pm, and me being oh so clever, figure that I need to call at 2pm to make up…

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Interview: Thorsten Quaeschning & Hoshiko Yamane talk about Tangerine Dream

Interview: Thorsten Quaeschning & Hoshiko Yamane talk about Tangerine Dream

  Thorsten Quaeschning is the current bandleader of Tangerine Dream. He joined the group in 2005. He performs synthesizers and guitar. Born in Berlin in 1977. As a child he practised on violin, the flute and the piano. Before Thorsten joined Tangerine Dream, he worked as a producer for the band ‘Minory’. Afterwards he began to tour with Tangerine Dream, behind the scenes in 2003, before joining them. Each year since the sad death of…

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Interview: Deb Demure talks about Drab Majesty and “Modern Mirror”

Interview: Deb Demure talks about Drab Majesty and “Modern Mirror”

  An American dark wave/dream pop act Drab Majesty could be described as one of the most enigmatic and intriguing musical projects of the last decade. With two full length albums under their belt, they released “Modern Mirror” in July 2019, which is by far their most profound and elaborate album. The band toured the USA and Europe in support of the release and are returning for another round of European shows in May and…

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Interview: Sean Brennan talks about “Selected Scenes…”, LAM and more

Interview: Sean Brennan talks about “Selected Scenes…”, LAM and more

  Taking your name from an iconic horror film can be a challenge, but London After Midnight have done that in style. Singer/Songwriter Sean Brennan created the band in the 1990s in LA and has not looked back since then. London After Midnight have become one of the darlings of the goth/alternative festival circuit and have often headlined the iconic WGT in Leipzig. Sean’s no-nonsense approach makes them a force to be reckoned with. Recently…

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