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Steel Panther

Stereoboard Speak To Steel Panther Ahead Of The Release Of Brand New Album 'Balls Out' (Interview)

Steel Panther are, as cited themselves, ‘the greatest heavy metal band of all time’. Let’s not dispute this fact. If you’re unfamiliar with their full repertoire, chances are you’ve heard ‘Death to All But Metal’, the track in which they happily open with the lyrics “Fuck the Goo Goo Dolls, they can suck my balls”. Following 2009’s triumphant studio debut as this current namesake, ‘Feel The Steel’, the spandex-loving foursome are in the final stretch of the run-up to the release of their sophomore record ‘Balls Out’.  

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Erasure

Stereoboard Speak To Pop Pioneers Erasure About Their Definitive, Long-Lasting Career (Interview)

Erasure are a band that have mastered the skill of longevity. Their first record ‘Wonderland’ turned 25 this year and the release itself has a good half a decade on me age-wise. Fast forward a quarter century from this first release to 2011 and you’ll find the synth-pop duo on their 14th full studio release, celebrating the silver anniversary of their wonderful debut and hitting the road once more on yet another extensive tour. Following sound-check prior to their Glasgow show, both Andy Bell and Vince Clarke took a little time out to chat about being in such a definitive and long lasting musical force.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Thursday, 20 October 2011

Guillemots

Stereoboard Speak To Guillemots' Fyfe Dangerfield About The Band's Upcoming UK Tour (Interview)

Multinational indie quartet Guillemots, now seven years old and embarking on a major UK tour, have always tended a little towards the avant-garde.

Written by: Nick Duquemin | Date: Monday, 17 October 2011

The Airplane Boys

Stereoboard Catches Up With The Airplane Boys (Interview)

The Airplane Boys are a Canadian hip-hop duo that draw influences from everywhere around hip-hop as a genre to create an un-paralleled and unique sound that you certainly won’t have heard before. They put out their last mixtape, ‘Where’ve You Been’, on May 4th earlier this year – you can check it on their Facebook for free. The Airplane Boys have, like their name suggests, been on travelling higher and higher into the musical stratosphere and they reached a new milestone in their career when they were asked to support the legendary Snoop Dogg on his UK tour. Stereoboard caught up with the two rappers, Bon Voyage and Beck Motley, after their show in Cardiff.

Written by: Elliott Batte | Date: Thursday, 13 October 2011

Kate McGill

Stereoboard Talk To YouTube Sensation Kate McGill About Her New Album & Rise To Fame (Interview)

I am sat downstairs at the High Street Caffe Nero in Oxford. It is October 1st and 29C outside. While the café is lovely and air-conditioned, the stifling heat outside is something I’ve never experienced in an October in my lifetime. I get a text message from Kates manager telling me that the Oxford traffic is a nightmare (which is never a surprising text message to read, as Oxfords traffic is never exactly the stuff dreams are made of), and they’ll be a few minutes late. I’m slightly thankful for this as it gives me a few more minutes to grab a second coffee.

Written by: James Ball | Date: Monday, 10 October 2011

Benjamin Francis Leftwich

Stereoboard Speak To Benjamin Francis Leftwich About His Debut Album & Playing Live (Interview)

Benjamin Francis Leftwich had just kicked off his biggest UK Tour to date when Stereoboard caught up with him over the phone earlier this week just before his date in Lincoln. He had a lot to say about the live experience, his debut album, Lana Del Rey and the state of fruit distribution in cocktails.

Written by: James Ball | Date: Monday, 10 October 2011

Matt Cardle

Stereoboard Speak To Matt Cardle About Life After X Factor & His Anticipated New Album (Interview)

It's a common misconception that X Factor winners are the epitome of the word manufactured. A cover version here, a cheesy song there. It's not the norm to have an X Factor contestant, let alone winner, that can actually write their own songs, play their own instruments, and not be bossed around or owned by "The Man". Last year, Matt Cardle broke the mould when he not only won X Factor, but smashed the voting polls every week but one with his natural talent. A down to earth genuine guy who just wanted to sit on stage wearing his hat, playing his guitar, and showing the viewers that this show can give real musicians a platform to be heard.

Written by: Katie Territt | Date: Tuesday, 04 October 2011

Johnny Foreigner

Stereoboard Speak To Johnny Foreigner About The New Record, Making Music, Girls & Travel (Interview)

2011 sees Johnny Foreigner release a new album, their first full-length record since 2009. The Birmingham trio’s rambunctious third album is a prodigious eighteen songs long. Stereoboard's Rachel Preece caught up with lead vocalist/guitarist Alexei Berrow to talk about the new record, making music in England’s second city, girls, moaning and travel.

Written by: Rachel Preece | Date: Thursday, 29 September 2011

Mike Tolan

Stereoboard Speak To Singer-Songwriter Mike Tolan About Latest Album 'Songs For Boats' (Interview)

Over the past decade singer songwriter Mike Tolan has been nothing if not immensely prolific. Probably most famous for playing guitar with the hugely influential Six Parts Seven, he may also be the finest song smith you have never heard. As well as side projects Moustache Mountain and Trouble Books, Tolan has over the last number of years released albums under the moniker Talons'. The latest 'Songs for Boats' released earlier this year is a heart-wrenching album of love songs at the end of the world. We were genuinely privileged to catch up with him recently to discuss his extremely interesting career to date.

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Saturday, 24 September 2011

DJ Hiatus

Stereoboard Talk To DJ Hiatus & Songstress Shura About New Album 'Fortune's Fool' (Interview)

Iranian DJ Hiatus and ‘night-folk’ songstress Shura have collaborated, producing a bass-filled, expressive and mellow album with remnants of trip-hop. Debut single 'Fortune’s Fool' is that perfect morning-after song – introspective and delicate, with a crescendo of bass. Their partnership is akin to that of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet – the play from which they take their debut title. An other-worldly alliance.

Written by: Rachel Preece | Date: Thursday, 22 September 2011

The Boxer Rebellion

Stereoboard Speak To The Boxer Rebellion About The Band's Ups & Downs So Far (Interview)

In their decade-long career, The Boxer Rebellion have had more ups and downs than a kangaroo on a pogo-stick. Preparing for a short UK tour featuring their biggest headline show to date at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire on 29th September, the show will see The Boxer Rebellion start a new chapter after captivating an army of new fans with the release of their breathtaking third album ‘The Cold Still’.  Ahead of their UK tour, Stereoboard's Alex Mead has a bit of chinwag with Tennessee-born frontman Nathan Nicholson...

Written by: Alex Mead | Date: Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Sioum

We Talk To Sioum About Life Since The Release Of Album 'I Am Mortal, But Was Fiend' (Interview)

Hailing from, in their own words, the northern wastes of Illinois, three piece Sioum put out in my opinion one of the finest but alas underrated (this side of the Atlantic anyway) post rock albums of 2010, their excellent debut 'I Am Mortal, But Was Fiend'. However, in the year since its release the band have been beset with issues outside of their control that have hampered plans for the albums follow up. We recently caught up with the band who explained more.

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Anja McCloskey

Stereoboard Speak To Folk Multi-Instrumentalist Anja McCloskey About Her New Solo Career (Interview)

She's a multicultural multi-instrumentalist with a passion for accordion-driven folk, Anja McCloskey is embarking on a solo career. She's played with folk rockers Haunted Stereo and performance orchestra The Irrepressibles, she's alienated the Lone Accordion of Winchester and she's determined to make her instrument cool with her beautiful new single 'And Her Head'. Stereoboard caught up with Anja this week to chat about busking, bass buttons and going solo...

Written by: V O'Hagan | Date: Friday, 02 September 2011

Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday Talk To Stereoboard Ahead Of Their UK Tour Show At Manchester Academy (Interview)

Prior to watching their show at Manchester's Academy, the review can be found here, Stereoboard caught up with Taking Back Sunday's drummer Mark O'Connell and bassist Shaun Cooper.

Written by: Kimberley Martinez-Meakins | Date: Thursday, 01 September 2011

Gabe Dixon

Solo Artist Gabe Dixon Chats to Stereoboard about His New Album (Interview)

Earlier this month, American singer, songwriter and pianist Gabe Dixon – probably best-known for his work with Paul McCartney, Supertramp and his own group The Gabe Dixon Band – released his debut solo album ‘One Spark’. For his first offering outside of the band, Gabe worked with a number of respected artists including Alison Krauss, Starsailor’s James Walsh, Ricky Ross of Deacon Blue and Iain Archer – formerly of Snow Patrol. Following the album’s release, Stereoboard caught up with Gabe to find out more about the album and about some of his other projects…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Scroobius Pip

Scroobius Pip Talks About Working With Travis Barker And Others on New Album (Interview)

It’s been almost a year since Stereoboard last chatted with one half of Brit-hop duo Dan le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip, following the release of the pair’s second album ‘The Logic of Chance’. During that interview (Here), producer and beat-maker Dan le Sac spoke briefly about plans to revisit their former solo careers at some point. Nearly one year on and both parties have recently announced that they will each be releasing their own solo albums in the very near future.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Hell

Stereoboard Speak To Hell Following Their Triumphant Set At Bloodstock 2011 (Interview)

Stereoboard spoke to Hell guitarist Kev Bower after the band’s triumphant slot at Bloodstock 2011. The band, having been forced to split in 1987 after the death of original frontman Dave Halliday, were revived in 2008 with the help of Sabbat man Andy Sneap. Their debut record, ‘Human Remains’, was finally released earlier this year with Sneap on guitar and Kev’s brother, Dave Bower, on lead vocals.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Tuesday, 23 August 2011

John Digweed

Stereoboard Speaks To Electronica Legend John Digweed At 2011 Global Gathering (Interview)

For those of you who don’t know the name John Digweed, you should, and give him the utmost respect. The electronic DJ, producer and music entrepreneur is one of the hardest working men in the industry, and that includes all genres from classical music all the way up to dub step.

Written by: Adam Holden | Date: Monday, 22 August 2011

Alkaline Trio

Alkaline Trio’s Dan Andriano Talks About New Solo Album and More (Interview)

Dan Andriano has been busy. After the release of Alkaline Trio’s new acoustic album ‘Damnesia’ last month and a US tour to celebrate the band’s 15-year anniversary, the bass player is now about to release the debut album from his new side project The Emergency Room. But it doesn’t stop there. Next month, Dan will be crossing the pond to join Chuck Ragan for the Hot Water Music frontman’s Revival Tour together with The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon and Dave Hause from The Loved Ones. Then, little more than a couple of weeks later, he’ll be back with us for another run around the country with Alkaline Trio.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 22 August 2011

The Bled

Stereoboard Speak To The Bled About Their Recent Break-Up Announcement (Interview)

Jeremy Talley is one of the original members from The Bled, after their break up late last week he has granted this first interview. He talks about what lead to their break up and his future. This is what he had to say.

Written by: Kimberley Martinez-Meakins | Date: Thursday, 18 August 2011

Hands

Stereoboard Speak to Hands About Moving Away From Touring & New Album 'Give Me Rest' (Interview)

Before releasing 'Creator', their second album and first for Facedown Records, in 2009, hardcore experimentalists Hands had self-released their debut EP 'The Everlasting', written a concept album 'The Sounds of Earth' and assiduously toured the length and breath of the United States. However, with the strains both emotionally and financially that came with this, the band moved away from full time touring and ended up recording arguably their finest and most creative work to date, the captivating 'Give Me Rest'. We recently caught up with the bands guitarist/vocalist Shane Ochsner who explained more.

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Wednesday, 17 August 2011

ManRaze

Stereoboard Speak To Former Sex Pistol Paul Cook About New Rock Supergroup Man-Raze (Interview)

For those of you unaware of the rock trio Man-Raze, let us give you a brief history. Formed in 2004, Def Leppard’s Phil Collen, his former bandmate from Girl, Simon Laffy and Paul Cook (pictured left) – drummer of the mighty Sex Pistols – joined forces in a bid to start their new rock ‘n’ roll project. Although their live shows have been limited over the years, their first album ‘Surreal’ dropped in 2008 and it’s now – three years later – that the threesome have headed back to the studio and given us the highly anticipated sequel.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Monday, 15 August 2011

Beardyman

Stereoboard Speak To Beardyman At Global Gathering 2011 (Interview)

Interviewing Beardyman is anything but conventional, and before catching up with the artist after his set at Global Gathering, I knew what I had got myself in for – even the PR team had heard about his delirious behaviour!

Written by: Adam Holden | Date: Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Bombay Bicycle Club

Bombay Bicycle Club Speak to Stereoboard About New Album ‘A Different Kind of Fix’ (Interview)

Later this month, London-based folk-rockers Bombay Bicycle Club will be unveiling their new album ‘A Different Kind of Fix’ just over a year since last year’s Top 10 release ‘Flaws’, making this the band’s third album in three years. In September, the quartet will be kicking off an extensive UK tour, but first they’ll be hitting the summer festival circuit with appearances at Underage Festival in London, Cornwall’s Relentless Boardmasters and, of course, Reading and Leeds. Stereoboard recently caught up with the band’s drummer Suren de Saram to find out more about the new album…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Wednesday, 03 August 2011

Red Kyte

Stereoboard Speaks To Emerging New Brighton Band Red Kyte (Interview)

Red Kyte have only been around for a short time, but have already been caught making waves in the local music scene, especially in their home town of Brighton where they won a competition, based largely on popularity, to support Futures, a band who have headlined festival stages, and sold out countless gigs in their two years of existence too. They’ve even got a legend of the music industry personally give them a shout-out. So, with a new (as yet untitled) EP out this autumn, we found a break in their busy schedule to have a quick chat with Rob (vocals), Jonny (guitar), Matt (guitar), Ali (bass) and James (drums).

Written by: James Ball | Date: Wednesday, 03 August 2011

The Devil Wears Prada

Stereoboard Speak To The Devil Wears Prada At June 2011 Download Festival (Interview)

The Devil Wears Prada are a young band hailing from Ohio who, in six years together, have quite the discography under their belt. Dabbling through concepts within their metalcore sound, the band have garnered a great enough success to take them worldwide with their music. Speaking to the band’s vocalist and lead guitarist – Mike Hranica and Chris Rubey – at Download Festival earlier this Summer, they talk heavily about their writing approaches and their latest record; due for release later this year.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Wednesday, 03 August 2011

Get Cape Wear Cape Fly

Stereoboard Speaks To Get Cape Wear Cape Fly Frontman Sam Duckworth (Interview)

Stereoboard catch up with Get Cape Wear Cape Fly frontman, Sam Duckworth, just a couple of hours before he’s due to take the stage for one of only a handful of solo gigs announced in support of his debut solo LP, 'The Mannequin'. He approaches, eager to chat about the new record, amongst a number of other topics our interviewer decides to throw at him. This is what transpired:

Written by: James Ball | Date: Monday, 01 August 2011

The Calm Blue Sea

Stereoboard Talk To The Calm Blue Sea About The Band's Journey So Far (Interview)

Following on from their highly successful return to the stage at this years SXSW festival and the re-release of their majestic debut record, The Calm Blue Sea are slowly beginning to establish themselves as a band on the move. After a self imposed hiatus of almost two years, the band wowed both fans and critics alike with their stunning performance on home turf in Austin, Texas. We recently got a chance to speak to guitarist and sometime vocalist Chris Patin about the bands interesting journey so far. 

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Thursday, 28 July 2011

Sub Focus

Stereoboard Speaks To DJ Sub Focus At Relentless NASS 2011 (Interview)

Since arriving in the DnB/Dub Step scene in 2003, Sub Focus has now become a regular headline act in his genre. Speaking at Relentless NASS 2011, Guildford born Nick Douwma sat down for a quick Q and A. 

Written by: Adam Holden | Date: Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Buckcherry

Stereoboard Speaks To Buckcherry At Last Month's Download Festival (Interview)

To many, Buckcherry are one of those bands who shamelessly indulge themselves in the notion of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. With tracks under their belt including ‘Cocaine’, ‘Porno Star’, ‘Too Drunk’ and ‘All Night Long’, you’d be forgiven for writing them off for being so abrasive in their titling but you would, however, be missing out on a pretty fantastic band by doing so. Whether you can forgive yourself for that is not clear.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Friday, 22 July 2011

Darren Hayes

Steroboard Speaks To Darren Hayes About New Material, Fans & What To Expect Next (Interview)

Earlier this week Australian singer songwriter Darren Hayes announced four live shows in the UK, ahead of the October release of his brand new studio album 'Secret Codes & Battleships'. The shows will be the first full-scale UK performances since Darren’s sold out Royal Albert Hall show in 2007. Stereoboard caught up with Darren for a quick chat about his new material and what's new for the coming year.

Written by: V O'Hagan | Date: Friday, 22 July 2011

Ocean Colour Scene

Stereoboard Speak To Ocean Colour Scene's Simon Fowler (Interview)

After nearly 20 years in the industry, it’s still refreshing to see that Simon Fowler is still as enthusiastic about the industry as he once was.

Written by: Adam Holden | Date: Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Maverick Sabre

Stereoboard Speaks To Maverick Sabre About His Diverse Musical Mind, Creativity & More (Interview)

Approaching Maverick Sabre for the second time in as many weeks, I was curious to seek more information about him before delving into his diverse musical mind.

Written by: Adam Holden | Date: Thursday, 14 July 2011

Basshunter

Stereoboard Speaks To Swedish DJ Basshunter Ahead Of His Show At York University (Interview)

There are three things that keep Swedish DJ Basshunter sane: video games, women and alcohol. That's what he told the crowd at his York University show, anyway - and that wasn't even close to the oddest thing he discussed with us during our backstage interview.

Written by: Nick Duquemin | Date: Wednesday, 06 July 2011

The Travelling Band

The Travelling Band Speak to Stereoboard about New Album ‘Screaming is Something’ (Interview)

Following the release of their second album ‘Screaming is Something’ and a tour that has seen the new record gather a host of early admirers, Manchester’s The Travelling Band are currently getting settled in to the festival season with dates at Eden Sessions, Green Man and Standon Calling. With more headlining dates on the horizon, the folk rockers have a busy few months ahead and things are just getting started. Frontman Adam Gorman recently took some time out from their hectic schedule to chat with Stereoboard about the band, their music and the meaning behind ‘Screaming is Something’. Whatever your opinion of U2, Coldplay and Beyonce might be, there is no denying that, headliners and celebrity attendance aside, Glastonbury is one of the country’s most diverse music festivals, which offers young hopefuls an opportunity to share their music with the masses. One group that you won’t find arguing against this point is Manchester-based indie folksters The Travelling Band. Although they weren’t gracing any of the Somerset event’s many stages last weekend, the festival must have brought back some fond memories for the quintet. In 2008, The Travelling Band were fortunate enough to be given the honour of opening Worthy Farm’s Other Stage, despite being relatively unknown at the time, after receiving the festival’s Best New Talent award. A proud achievement indeed, and the perfect celebration to accompany the release of the band’s first album ‘Under the Pavement’. Three years on and the group are back with their sophomore release ‘Screaming is Something’ and, this time, they are setting their sights high.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Rajko Radovic

Stereoboard Talks To Folk Singer Rajko Radovic About His Debut Album (Interview)

This is singer/songwriter Rajko Radovic’s debut album. An enchanting acoustic folk album, sung against a backdrop of moving acoustic guitar and accompaniment. Rajko told me about the album at an interview in west London on the 23rd of May 2011.

Written by: Margaret Morley | Date: Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Beardyman

Stereoboard Gives Beardyman The Q&A Treatment At Beach Break Live 2011 (Interview)

Former UK Beatboxing Champion Beardyman has admitted that beatboxing is a ‘novelty’ and that he is trying to eliminate it from his set. Speaking at Beach Break Live, the 29-year-old Londoner is now looking to distance himself from the platform that launched his career. 

Written by: James Drakeford | Date: Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Bowling For Soup

Stereoboard Speaks To Bowling For Soup At Download Festival 2011 (Interview)

Seventeen years and as full of life and fun as ever before, Bowling For Soup returned once more to the UK to cause a stir, a whole lot of laughter and try bring out the smiles amidst a downpour at Download Festival. In a slightly drier vicinity, Erik and Chris spoke about their excitement of being back in Donington.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Newton Faulkner

Stereoboard Speaks With Newton Faulkner At Beach Break Live (Interview)

When Stereoboard caught up with Newton Faulkner at Beach Break Live we learnt that when he’s not performing on stage he enjoys nothing more than chilling in the Jagermeister tent backstage playing guitar hero, jamming acoustically, and even having skipping contests! 

Written by: James Drakeford | Date: Monday, 27 June 2011

We Are In The Crowd

Stereoboard Speaks To We Are In The Crowd At This Year's Slamdunk Festival (Interview)

For the sake of our readers can you please say who you are and what you do in the band?

Written by: Matthew Williamson | Date: Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Deaf Havana

Stereoboard Talks To Deaf Havana At This Year's Slam Dunk Festival (Interview)

Hi! How are you?

Written by: Matthew Williamson | Date: Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Madina Lake

Stereoboard Talks To Madina Lake Following Their Download Festival 2011 Performance (Interview)

The last year or so has been an arduous road for Chicagoan foursome Madina Lake. In an act that even caused the toughest of metal-heads to tip their hat in respect, the band’s bassist Matthew risked his life to protect an innocent stranger. Since then the band has pushed forward through his recovery, touring the UK last year with pre-recorded bass before heading home to work on their new album as a solid unit.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Monday, 20 June 2011

Scarlette Fever

Stereoboard Speaks To Hotly-Tipped Scarlette Fever About New Album 'Medication Time' (Interview)

Hertfordshire-born pop chanteuse Scarlette Fever has already received support from the likes of Radio 2, The Sun and Record Of The Day, and all this comes before she unleashes her debut album ‘Medication Time’ on June 27th. As an artist who is expected to turn many heads this summer, Stereoboard speaks to Scarlette, following her performance at Isle of Wight Festival last weekend, about the upcoming release, her rise to the fame and whats yet to come.

Written by: V O'Hagan | Date: Saturday, 18 June 2011

The King Blues

We Speak To The King Blues At Download Festival About Latest Album 'Punk & Poetry' (Interview)

Look at The King Blues and you’ll find a young, passionate group who are looking to evoke hope, change and acceptance through their music. Prior to their stellar debut at Download Festival, vocalist Jonny ‘Itch’ Fox took some time to chat about the core values of The King Blues alongside their latest album ‘Punk and Poetry’, which was released earlier this year.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Saturday, 18 June 2011

Skindred

Stereoboard Talk To Skindred Ahead Of Their Top-Rated Performance At Download 2011 (Interview)

With their fourth and latest record ‘Union Black’ released earlier this year, Skindred have had time to gauge the fantastic response prior to their return to the UK festival circuit. Having taken Sonisphere by storm in 2010, the Welsh foursome rocked up to Donington to not only dominate the mainstage, but treat fans of ragga-metal to a smaller acoustic set. Prior to this, Benji and Ayra took a little time to chat. You’ll learn a lot about what Skindred stand for, and you’ll also learn never to tell Benji you’re scared of spiders. 

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Thursday, 16 June 2011

Incubus

Incubus Discuss New Album 'If Not Now, When?' (Interview)

Six years is a long time. When Incubus emerged with their last musical offering ‘Light Grenades’ in 2006, George Bush was still the US President, John Terry was known just for his football skills and Wyclef Jean was too busy singing about Shakira’s honest hips to be worrying about Haitian politics.

Written by: James Conlon | Date: Thursday, 16 June 2011

Black Veil Brides

Stereoboard Speaks With Chatty Black Veil Brides At Download 2011 (Interview)

Earlier this year, Black Veil Brides graced the UK with their presence for the first time supporting Murderdolls on their February tour. Recently they returned to play a set at Download Festival just prior to the release of their second album ‘Set The World On Fire’. At Download, Jake, Ashley and CC stopped for a little talk, which turned out to be very chatty thanks to copious amounts of alcohol... 

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2011

CKY

Stereoboard Speaks To CKY Following Their Opening Set Of Download Festival 2011 (Interview)

“Don’t pay attention to hairstyles and fashion – it’s just music. It’s all about the fucking music.”

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2011

The Pierces

Stereoboard Interviews The Pierces - Catherine Pierce Speaks About New Album (Interview)

Earlier this month, ‘You & I’, the fourth album from New York-based folk-pop duo The Pierces, hurtled into the UK Albums Chart at Number Four, marking the sisters’ first Top 10 release on this side of the pond and a very warm welcome to the start of their current tour. In the four years since the release of their last album, 2007’s ‘Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge’, sisters Catherine and Allison Pierce, who are originally from Birmingham in Alabama, have been busy working on new music and contemplating their future. Also in that time, the pair teamed up with Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman, who co-produced ‘You & I’ with his production partner Rik Simpson. With a brand-new album out, The Pierces have a busy year ahead with a number of UK shows planned, including dates at Glastonbury, Hop Farm Festival and Summer Sundae Weekender. Stereoboard recently caught up with Catherine Pierce to find out more about the band and their new album.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Liars

Stereoboard Talks To Liars About Their Upcoming London Festival Show & Distinctive Sound (Interview)

Stereoboard.com spoke to Liars guitarist Aaron Hemphill about the band’s forthcoming appearance at London’s ‘ATP: I’ll be Your Mirror’ event and the band’s distinctive sound.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Saturday, 04 June 2011

 
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