It's been a little quiet in the Rev Theory camp of late, but that's because the band has been working out new music and plotting their return, which will include Puddle of Mudd guitarist Paul Phillips as part of their touring lineup on dates this spring. But before the shows, there's the matter of new music and Rev Theory are teaming with Loudwire to exclusively premiere their new single, 'Red Light Queen.'
Fans who were on this year’s ShipRocked cruise are still having dreams of the sunny weather and multiple stages of music. As fans met and chatted with numerous musicians who walked all over the ship, lots of people talked about how approachable and pleasant Nonpoint frontman Elias Soriano and the rest of band were to their fans. When Loudwire sat down with Soriano, we couldn't help but agree.
Today (Feb. 18), Cynic released their long-awaited third album, 'Kindly Bent To Free Us.' The record is somewhat of a departure from Cynic's classic progressive tech-death style into more of an experimental rock realm, with frontman Paul Masvidal delivering perhaps his most spiritually based lyrical work to date.
It's hard to believe that New York metal outfit Pro-Pain have been creating hardcore music since the early 90s. Founded and still fronted by Gary Meskill, Pro-Pain recently celebrated the release of their latest studio album, 'The Final Revolution,' which finds the frontman reaching back in history and creating music that will sound familiar to long-time fans.
With their latest album ‘8:18’ released in September 2013, the Devil Wears Prada have been hitting the road hard in support of the disc. While in New York City on a tour stop, Loudwire had the chance to speak to vocalist Mike Hranica about being a music fan from the audience before he ever set foot onstage.
Like many musicians, Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley was a concert junkie back in the day. Now concertgoers are flocking to his shows. During a recent stop in Brooklyn, where Every Time I Die were playing two shows in one night at St. Vitus, we spoke to the singer about about his younger concert junkie self.
Eve to Adam have paid their dues in recent years with a relentless tour schedule that has made them a seasoned and solid live band. As the group gets ready to hit the road again, sharing stages with Escape the Fate, Loudwire spoke with Eve to Adam guitarist Gaurav Bali about the upcoming trek and how the band has been adding their 'Locked & Loaded' material into sets. Check out our interview with the band below: