The Sword’s Kyle Shutt: Tragedy, Death + Politics Influenced My Playing on ‘Used Future’
Kyle Shutt, one of The Sword's founding members, speaks with Full Metal Jackie about the band's sixth studio album.
Body Count to Record New Album ‘Carnivore’ in 2018
He says that Chris Barnes of Six Feet Under will likely contribute to the album; plus, he talks about his next hip-hop release.
Greta Van Fleet Complete Debut Album, Plan 2018 Release
Ladies and gentlemen, Greta Van Fleet will “absolutely” be releasing their debut album in 2018.
Meet Trae Crowder, One of Rock on the Range’s Comedy Tent Headliners
'The Liberal Redneck' has played Bonnaroo. But how will he fare at Rock on the Range? 'I’m not particularly worried about it,' He says. 'Famous last words!'
Dimmu Borgir’s Silenoz on ‘Eonian': ‘You Tend to Get More Ambitious’ Every Album
Silenoz, one of Dimmu Borgir's founding members, spoke with Full Metal Jackie about the band's return with 'Eonian' after an eight year studio gap.
Bad Wolves’ Tommy Vext on the Harrowing Story of ‘Remember When’
The song was inspired by an extremely violent altercation between he and his twin brother that left him in the hospital and sent his brother to jail.
BTBAM’s Paul Waggoner: Slayer Was the Most Insane Music Ever
Between the Buried and Me guitarist Paul Waggoner didn’t get it when he first heard Slayer, but he immediately understood it was “the most insane music ever.”
America’s Difficult Visa Process and What It Means for Foreign Artists: Satyricon Sound Of…
Satyricon are embarking on an American farewell tour and we spoke with mainman Satyr to learn about what went into the decision to abandon the U.S. touring market.