There have been a lot of buzz lately about the Big Four tour, featuring the forefathers of thrash metal – Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax (and you can guess why).
Last week I was interviewed by MicControl’s Jonathan Ostrow for his “Blogging Side Of Music” interview series, we spoke about the strategies for establishing direction and engagement within a music blog and blogging in general.
We here at Dotted Music are pretty stunned to reveal few exclusive bits from The Runaways, a first ever all-female hard rock band featuring Joan Jett and Lita Ford.
Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro has been touring in support of their latest record, Only Revolutions, for more than a year now. While the band stayed in Australia, Joe Matera sat down with Biffy Clyro singer and guitarist to talk on various topics.
The legendary rockers reunited for a massive concert tour in 2008, and now release a hugely anticipated self-titled album on May 25. UG’s Joe Matera called Dean DeLeo to discuss the LP, and his thoughts on the music industry.
Guitarist Paul Phillips, who recently rejoined Puddle of Mudd, talked on behalf of the band about their latest album, Songs in the Key of Love & Hate, and topics like collaboration, tipsy songwriting and relationships with the label.