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INTERVIEW: Noisear’s Dorian Rainwater on the New Mexico grind crew’s “Turbulent Resurgence”

What else could New Mexico nerve-shredders Noisear have named their forthcoming album? Turbulent Resurgence kinda sums everything up nicely; in the year since the release of the near free-jazz grind lunacy of Subvert the Dominant Paradigm, the band have shed some serious personnel and had to regroup and re-focus. But despite the changing of the guard, core writing duo of guitarist/vocalist Dorian Rainwater ...

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Interview: Guitarist Wes Wallace of Texas Hippie Coalition Discusses ‘Peacemaker’ and Non-Stop Touring

Texas Hippie Coalition released their third studio album, Peacemaker, August 14 through Carved Records. The band — Big Dad Ritch (vocals), John Exall (bass), Wes Wallace (guitar) and Timmy Braun (drums) — blends Pantera-style riffs and energy with vocals that sound a bit like ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons. We recently sat down with Wallace to discuss the band's work ethic and new album. GUITAR WORLD: When did star ...

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More Than a Rock and Wrestling Connection with Rich Ward of FOZZY

Interview and Photos by Craig Hunter Ross. Rich Ward is the lead guitarist and creative force behind the band Stuck Mojo, as well as a being a former member of the metal “supergroup” Adrenaline Mob. Chris Jericho is known the world over for his years as one of the biggest stars and box office draws in the world of professional wrestling, as well as several other media ventures including a successful run on ...

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Interview: Ihsahn Answers Readers’ Questions on Gear, Songwriting, ‘Eremita’ and More

As the founding guitarist of Emperor, he rose from Norway’s notorious black metal scene to become a progressive metal luminary. His recent solo album, Eremita, features guest appearances by Devin Townsend and Jeff Loomis, but what Guitar World readers really what to know is … What’s your main ax at the moment, and have you experimented with any new tunings or amp setups on the new record? — sajith There’s a ...

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Bonin’ the Interhole: Dead River Runs Dry

Bands like Gojira and Godflesh might be major brand names ‘round these parts, but mention them to your average Metallica-loving broseph and you’re likely to get a squinty-eyed, the-fuck-you-say? half-nod.  But Decibel just won’t quit.  We dig deeper, danker, darker and dirtier (though rarely fitter or happier) to turn up a few otherwise overlooked gems.  While Throw Me a Frickin’ Bone lays it out all hard-c ...

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Interview: Rob Halford on the 30th Anniversary of Judas Priest’s ‘Screaming for Vengeance’

When Judas Priest convened at Ibiza Sound Studios in Ibiza, Spain, to record the follow-up to the previous year's Point of Entry in early 1982, the band were not yet the heavy metal juggernaut that would play to more than 300,000 fans just over a year later in San Bernadino, California. In fact, in spite of releasing fan-favorite British Steel in 1980 and building a massive cult following in the States thro ...

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Interview: Billy Duffy of The Cult Answers Readers’ Questions on Gear, Songwriting and More

As the only constant members of the Cult, you and [singer] Ian [Astbury] are the heart and soul of the band. What is that partnership like? How does Ian complement your creativity? — Kelly Youngblood We’re both the same birth sign, and there are a lot of similarities between us. We provide each other with the creative tension we need to create better art than if we were working independently. We have a spec ...

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