2011 Interviews

Austin Winkler of Hinder

February 1, 2011 // 0 Comments

by Deb Rao Staff Writer Hinder is currently out on the road taking the concert scene by storm, in support of their latest release All American Nightmare. Hinder have sold more than 3 million albums in the U.S. with their two previous release Extreme Behavior, and Take It To The Limit. The Oklahoma [...]

Glenn Five of Anvil

January 29, 2011 // 1 Comment

by Alex Barbieri Staff Writer Glenn Gyorffy (aka Glenn Five or G5) of Anvil is one of the most underrated and inspirational bassists in rock. His aggressive yet melodic style helped revive Anvil from obscurity in the ’90s. No less important was his dedication to his Anvil brothers, Steve [...]

Chris Lasegue of Jag Panzer

January 26, 2011 // 6 Comments

by Derric Miller Staff Writer Jag Panzer guitarist Chris Lasegue checked in with Hardrock Haven talk about their new studio effort The Scourge of the Light; what it’s like replacing Chris Broderick, who went on to Megadeth; how he incorporates all of his music theory knowledge in Classical, [...]

Jason Decay of Cauldron

January 11, 2011 // 1 Comment

by Derric Miller Staff Writer Cauldron bassist/singer Jason Decay checked in with Hardrock Haven to discuss their brand new and sophomore studio release Burning Fortune; how/if the band’s sound has evolved from their debut release; how the movie “Star 80″ influenced one of the new [...]

Devon Graves of The Shadow Theory

January 11, 2011 // 1 Comment

by Derric Miller Staff Writer Singer/songwriter/musician Devon Graves (Psychotic Waltz, Deadsoul Tribe) checked in with Hardrock Haven to discuss his new band, The Shadow Theory; why they decided to come right out of the gates with a concept album; what lies Behind the Black Veil; how Psychotic [...]

Mark Tornillo of Accept

January 11, 2011 // 2 Comments

by Alex Barbieri Staff Writer In 2010, Accept not only returned to metal, they ripped the genre a new a**hole. Blood of the Nations has, almost unanimously, been heralded as 2010’s metal album of the year. It is also—according the band’s official website—turning out to be “the most [...]

Tony Mills

January 2, 2011 // 0 Comments

by Derric Miller Staff Writer TNT returns with the release of A Farewell To Arms, their third album with the current lineup. Featuring music that is more hard edged than on the last few albums, you’ll have to go all the way back to 1984′s Knights Of The New Thunder to find the band so [...]
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