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THE BASS MAN: CHRIS WYSE of OWL

June 21, 2013
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THE BASS MAN: CHRIS WYSE of OWL

I think this album is some of the best stuff I’ve ever written. And all the performances from the guys. We worked really hard on this to make good songs and not just a… record.

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MARCHING ON!

The ROCKSALT Interview with Morgan Steinmeyer Håkansson of MARDUK!

March 3, 2013
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MARCHING ON! The ROCKSALT Interview with Morgan Steinmeyer Håkansson of MARDUK!

"For me it’s more than music, it’s a symbol of an attitude. A lifestyle."

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THE ROCKSALT MELTDOWN with FRANK BELLO and ROB CAGGIANO of ANTHRAX!

August 19, 2012
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THE ROCKSALT MELTDOWN with FRANK BELLO and ROB CAGGIANO of ANTHRAX!

                        Frank Bello and Rob Caggiano are members of the legendary thrash band Anthrax. Frank, a member since the second album 1985, is the bassist and a nephew of drummer Charlie Benante (a member of the band since the very first album). Rob Caggiano is a guitarist who has been with the band since 2001. In 2011, Anthrax released its’ first album in eight years and when the members came together to record and tour, it certainly felt as if Frank and Rob been in the band forever. “Worship Music” was produced by Caggiano (and credit to him and Anthrax) and features singer Joey Belladonna on his original first recording with the band since “Persistence of Time” in 1990. Along with Belladonna , Bello, Benante, Caggiano and founding member Scott Ian, the new Anthrax album was hailed by critics…

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IT’S NOT WHATCHA GOT, IT’S WHAT YOU GIVE: THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH TROY LUCCKETTA OF TESLA

February 16, 2012
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IT’S NOT WHATCHA GOT, IT’S WHAT YOU GIVE: THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH TROY LUCCKETTA OF TESLA

"Oh, yeah, absolutely! Radio does matter to me. It matters a lot to me, but unfortunately, I don’t know if we matter to radio. (laughs) How’s that? (laughs) It would be nice to have a big giant hit, have the whole thing reinvented and all that; but… you know, it certainly matters, but we’re kinda cool with a lot of radio - radio stations – so we’re thankful for all that we have and what we’ve done. At the same time, we’re just plugging along and if they jump on and they support it, we’re very happy when they do. And if they don’t, you just gotta keep plugging along and do what you do, you know? And that’s what we’re doing."

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GO, GO THRILL KILL PARTY DIVA!

THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH
JACKY BLACQUE!

February 13, 2012
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GO, GO THRILL KILL PARTY DIVA! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH JACKY BLACQUE!

"But, my god – did you see some of the crap that I wore on stage? Buzz came to me once and he said, 'I’m really sorry about that pink taffeta thing I made you wear last night.' And I said, 'You know what? You should be! But at least I can make it work!' I looked horrible! BUT! I had that red plaid Catholic school-girl skirt – had that for fifteen years and can still fit into it, thank you very much! (laughs) Almost, anyway!"

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GO FEET! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH DAVE WAKELING OF THE ENGLISH BEAT!

February 5, 2012
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GO FEET! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH DAVE WAKELING OF THE ENGLISH BEAT!

"Because if the Beat had carried on in its’ original line-up, the songs would have changed. And also – if some of those songs had been written now, they would sound kinda different anyway. So I’m really pleased with the way that things are going with that. Other than, now that I have an album full of singles, everybody tells me that albums and hit singles don’t count anymore. (laughs) “But I’ve got a great album!” – “Oh, yeah? Well who buys them?”"

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BEHOLD, A PALE RIDER! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH SAL ABRUSCATO OF A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH

January 25, 2012
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BEHOLD, A PALE RIDER! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH SAL ABRUSCATO OF A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH

"I wanted to change things up. For ten years I’ve wanted to switch it up. I’ve been playing drums for like thirty years, so I wanted to pursue some other ambitions and I felt like I needed to get more control over my career and direction. And so January 2009 I came up with the name - and I had already been working some ideas and some material. And it’s been a process all the way up until to June 2010 when we finally finished recording everything."

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LEGALIZE IT! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH ANGELA GOSSOW OF ARCH ENEMY

January 24, 2012
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LEGALIZE IT! THE ROCKSALT INTERVIEW WITH ANGELA GOSSOW OF ARCH ENEMY

"Well, like I said, we’re going to do an EP in 2012 and that’s when we’re going to gather all these different versions up. And then there’s going to be a couple of new tracks as well. Because, well, that’s label policy. That has nothing to do with us. Every territory wants their own bonus tracks because it’s so difficult for them to even sell physical products nowadays. So, you know. Japan always wants their own; Europe and the US want their own; and then the fans complain… so we always try to do a release where we compile it and then people get it anyway."

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Scenes From A Memory

September 11, 2011
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Scenes From A Memory

"We wanted to illustrate New York, so we had the iconic World Trade Center," Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci says of the concept behind the album cover, "and another thing we'd used in the past, starting from [our album "Images and Words"]; it's the heart with the fire."

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DANZIG. INTERVIEW.

April 19, 2011
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DANZIG. INTERVIEW.

"That’s not me. Everyone knows I hate nu-metal. Can’t stand it. Across the board. It is the worst abomination: it is the new hair metal." Danzig laughs. "So it’s all being dropped by the labels right now… cuz it’s not selling anymore and it’s no coincidence that people are discovering real music- there is a resurgence in metal-related stuff or punk-related stuff because it’s more original and more exciting than this other crap that people are hearing and getting shoved down their throats. So it’s fine for us and it just makes us look better."

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