Trailer Time: Kevin Smith's "Tusk"

I'm not afraid to admit that I'm a pretty big fan of Kevin Smith. I loved his original movies, I liked "Red State" quite a bit. I realize though, there are a lot of folks out there that can't stand him, and I get that. (Read: Joe.)

The Evolution of Mushroomhead - An Interview with Skinny and St1tch

It's been a long road for Mushroomhead, and while the band has run through hot and cold times, the solidarity of their core has led to a remarkable streak of consistency. Fresh off the release of their newest studio record and holding up a pillar Mayhem Fest, Mushroomhead remains a popular and capitvating live performance. As much as any of their contemporaries, the band are artists, blending their music with personal flair and inspriations far and near. Taking a few minutes out of their schedule to sit down, we talked with Skinny and St1tch about their band, balancing all the pieces and the state of horror cinema.
M.DREW: Let’s start at the beginning and set the stage. You’ve got a new record, go! What do people need to know, what does it mean to you, what should they take away from it?
RICK ‘ST1TCH’ THOMAS: They need to know to go to stores and buy it.

You Can't Stop Them - A Conversation with Suicide Silence

Picking yourself up off the canvas is never an easy thing. Losing a lead singer and band member is about the hardest thing a band can endure, nevermind losing a close friend. But, less than two years after the unfortunate passing of singer Mitch Lucker, Suicide Silence is back, unleashing a new record unto the world and starting their bold ascent back up the mountain. Here to share a few words about overcoming loss and starting again, is Mark Heylmun, on the road at Mayhem Fest.
M.DREW: I guess we’ll address the most sensitive topic first – how do you rebound after the passing of a bandmate?

Episode 296 - "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"

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We talk about Joe's feelings. ALL of them.

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Riding On with the Texas Hippie Coalition

Let's get right to business. On the road for Mayhem Fest, fresh off putting the polishing touches on a new record due out in the fall, three members of the Texas Hippie Coalition were gracious enough to sit down with us (again) to take on a few questions. We corralled the red dirt metallers long enough to talk their new record, the theory of their music and old-school recording techniques. Read on:
M.DREW: You guys just finished recording a new record, we should expect to see it when?
TIMMY BRAUN: 10/7 [Editor's note: Updated from original version]
M.D: What should people expect?
JOHN EXALL: Man, you know we’re gonna bring that Texas groove right to ya.

CORD POOL: Some older-style stuff.

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