With a career spanning over a decade and with 9 studio albums under their belt, Bring The Noise talk to AFI’s Davey Havok to pick his brain about the new album, Burials, the future of the band and what film he would have loved AFI to be featured on.
There are many legends out there within the realms of the music industry and it’s safe to say that Roadrunner Records former Senior Vice President of A&R, Monte Conner, is one of them. Able to boast the signing of names such as Slipknot, Sepultura, Fear Factory and many more during his career span at Roadrunner, we spoke to the man himself about how it all began, what it takes to impress him and his biggest surprises along the way.
Get signed by a prestigious label. Become the talk of the festivals. Hear your single on Radio 1 several times. Embark on an extensive UK tour. Release an EP to critical acclaim… The to-do list of any relatively unknown band in the pursuit of success, and the dream that Lonely The Brave are currently living.
From the highs and lows of their journey so far, Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie speaks to Bring The Noise about the new record, hanging with old friends, Fall Out Boy, and becoming a part of the 6 second famous club.
It’s a cold, wet Saturday in Glasgow as we make our way to the Garage to hide in a dark corner and chat with London mentalists The Defiled. They’re just kicking off a UK tour with US breakdown enthusiasts Motionless in White and York’s finest pop-metallers Glamour of the Kill – a tour that would seem to suit the band’s evolving dark-hearted metalcore sound to a tee.
We chatted to the lovely vocalist of Glamour of the Kill, Davey Richmond, before their sold out show at the Cathouse in Glasgow.
We talk to Scottish actor Gianni Capaldi, one of the stars of action thriller Hard Rush; we discussed the film, working with Vinnie Jones and why British actors are just better than their American counterparts!
Check out this Q&A with Israeli beauty and Fast & Furious 6 star Gal Gadot!
Not many bands get the privilege of playing prestigious festivals such as Download and even fewer get the privilege to perform twice over the course of the weekend; rock ‘n’ roll outfit Buffalo Summer are one of those bands lucky enough to be a part of this minority. We caught up with the band (vocalist Andrew, guitarist Jonny, bassist Darren and drummer Gareth) to chat about the festival, their near death experience and more!
Part 2 of our Daniel Brühl interview features a discussion of the differences between drivers past and present, how different Ron Howard is to work with than Quentin Tarantino and how the bromance between the two stars blossomed on set!