Doom Magazine got to sit down with Echo Black on their first big tour, playing opening support for CombiChrist and the Birthday Massacre.
Live photos and Interview with David Pirner of Soul Asylum by Joe Abbruscato at the Tempe, AZ stop of the Summerland Tour 2014.
DOOM! talks to Ryan Shuck about Julien K’s new album, “We’re Here with You”
Interview with Empty Orchestra at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson, AZ
She’s a classically trained violinist, composer, burlesque act leader, author, madwoman, survivor, and inspiration. She’s Emilie Autumn. DOOM! caught up with Emilie on her “Fight Like a Girl Tour,” the afternoon before her performance at the Nile Theater in Mesa, Arizona.
Ivan Muñoz of Vigilante talks about bringing awareness to his audience via “artivism.” Also, rattle your neighbors with free songs by electropunk artists FIGO, professional industrial troll Caustic, & aggrotech up-and-comers BlakOpz and Ludovico Technique.
Interview with Jason Lancaster of Go Radio
This carefully crafted 9th album from the future-pop, synthmasters VNV Nation, has no less impact for the art it embodies.
Ted Phelps talks about his new direction for Imperative Reaction, the new self-titled CD, industrial’s incestuous nature, and a *little* bit about dubstep.
My mission at Pittsburgh’s I:Scintilla show was to ask all the bands there Doom’s favorite question: In the event of a Zombie Apocalypse, what are your plans?
These days, Patrick Stump is a lean, mean soul machine. Touring with a crack team of musicians, Patrick’s amazing vocals rock the dance-your-ass-off soul/synth/r&b/urban-pop-punk brew.
Ken and Scott of The Crystal Method talk about their new songs, their new instruments, decapitated penguins, zombie raves, and accidentally pegging people with Rock Star water.
The genre-bending DJing duo talks about their new CD, the non-stop work of unsigned/unagented artists, and the joy of sledgehammers.
My Chemical Romance closes Reading Festival 2011 with an explosive set featuring fireworks, lasers, flames and an appearance by guitar legend Brian May.
This Miami-based electropop pair took over the Dim Mak/Rockstar stage of Identity Festival with boisterous enthusiasm . . . and a plastic pigeon.
The German electronic duo dishes on ten years of touring, the American music scene, the death of dubstep, and how they might be coming to YOUR town—just to check it out.
Chew is great stuff: an engaging police mystery that is by turns funny, bizarre, intriguing, funny, touching, thought-provoking, funny, sick (in the good and bad meanings of the word), and, if I didn’t already mention it, really, really hilarious.
Jim Semonik talks about the impact and future of the cancer benefit compilation Electronic Saviors, as well as his personal humanitarian/self-appointed musical therapist goals.
Femme fatale punk rockers, Civet, steam up the desert at the Nile Underground.
In which I go to a metal show and learn what happened to the girl bands who aren’t on Warped Tour ’11.
Electronic music artist End.user announced a surprise show via his Facebook literally ten hours before he was supposed to go on stage. Google said the venue was an eight and a half hour drive away, and I didn’t think twice.