We told you were getting into movies! And nothing legitimizes that factoid more than talking with one of the stars and co-writer of the flick we recently reviewed, Bury The Bride! You might already know Krsy Fox from Underworld: Evolution or from last year’s Allegoria (Also directed by Bury The Bride director/co-writer Spider One and available on Shudder right here right now!) or perhaps you’ve heard her fronting Knee High Fox (Check them out here if you haven’t) or on the most recent Theory Of A Deadman called Dinosaur where she co-wrote a handful of tracks. Whatever the case may be, there’s no denying you’ll definitely know her after her enthralling performance as “Sadie” in Bury The Bride which has its’ East Coast Premiere on April 22nd at this year’s Salem Horror Fest before making its’ small screen debut on Tubi.[Read more…]
Lucia Cifarelli: A Rock And Roll Fables Conversation
There’s no denying that, almost 40 years into their career, the Industrial juggernaut known as KMFDM is still a force to be reckoned with on the scene. They’ve survived a constantly changing music industry, line up changes, and most recently, a global pandemic to come back with what might be their greatest, and most “KMFDM”, release to date with HYENA which sees the light of day on September 9th through Metropolis Records. Recently we had the privilege of chatting with KMFDM singer/songwriter Lucia Cifarelli via email about the new record, the upcoming fall tour (Hitting Boston’s Paradise Rock Club on October 12th), her recent solo outing I Am Eye (Available via Bandcamp here) among other topics and it goes a little something like this:[Read more…]
BC Feature: Phantom High
Don’t call it a throwback, they’ve been here for years….okay, enough with the silliness. But to be fair, Toronto’s Phantom High IS something of a throwback with a sound that’s this modernized take on a notorious genre that’s seen an uptick by some young artists in recent years. We’re, of course, talking about Nu-Metal and under Phantom High’s watchful eye the genre is not only updated but, dare we say, elevated??? It’s true! But don’t take our word for it, just listen to the tunes![Read more…]
Scooter Ward: A Rock And Roll Fables Conversation
“You gotta play it with your heart, you got to feel the song.”
Our interview with Cold mastermind Scooter Ward was conducted on Layne Staley’s birthday and clocked in at exactly 13:13. If that doesn’t scream “SERENDIPITY” then I don’t know what does.
But I digress.[Read more…]
Daniel Graves: A Rock And Roll Fables Conversation
Aesthetic Perfection is back with their first new record in almost 4 years and we’re ecstatic! In fact, you can read how excited we are by clicking on our review of Into The Black here.
But I digress.[Read more…]
Kenny Irwin: A Rock And Roll Fables Conversation
“The most important part of Motherboar, in my opinion, is that we don’t take ourselves or our music too seriously. We just want to go out, melt faces and have a blast in the process….oh, and spit beer on people sometimes.”[Read more…]
Dan Dinsmore: A Rock And Roll Fables Conversation
There’s a lot of layers to Dan Dinsmore. When he’s not creating a glorious maelstrom of unique beats with The Clay People he can be found running his web design and development/PR/Marketing firm Overit or co-managing one of our favorite labels, Magnetic Eye Records, alongside founder Mike Vitali. Yet he still made time to talk to us about TCP’s resurgence and more and for that we are forever grateful. [Read more…]
Cristina Scabbia: A Rock And Roll Fables Conversation
“We like the idea of getting involved in a lot of things that are creatively interesting.” [Read more…]
Kenny Hickey: A Rock and Roll Fables Conversation
Watching a Silvertomb show, featuring former Type O Negative guitarist Kenny Hickey and drummer Johnny Kelly, is equally a transcendent and cathartic experience. Rounded out by Joseph James on guitar, Aaron Joos on keys, backing vocals, and guitar, and the indomitable Hank Hell and his fierce stage presence on bass, the sound is simply massive. A sum of all its’ parts, Silvertomb is a Doom outfit in the vein of Type O Negative with Kelly’s thunderous drumming alongside Hickey’s signature riffs and uncanny voice. [Read more…]
Woody Weatherman: A Rock and Roll Fables Conversation V.2
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, the classic mid-’90’s version of Corrosion Of Conformity is back! Back as a quartet! Back with Pepper Keenan! Back on tour! Back with a new album! Back!!!
But I digress. [Read more…]