Host Craig Reynolds and the Trade Wind frontman get into a conversation that ranges from cereal to communism, civic responsibility to Metallica's St. Anger... and naturally the band's new record arriving May 21st.
The founder of Hollister Cannabis Co. details the collaboration in Clown Cannabis and reveals the personal experiences that convinced him of the plant's obvious health benefits which inspired him to...
The founder of Hollister Cannabis Co. details the collaboration in Clown Cannabis and reveals the personal experiences that convinced him of the plant's obvious health benefits which inspired him to invest in the industry as a means of truly helping people holistically.
The architect behind Behemoth checks in with clown to dissect the era of Covid, assess what normal will be post-pandemic, and celebrate the silver lining in being able to hit the reset button during the downtime.
The master craftsman shares what he loves most about the process of making whiskey and connects with his collaborative partner clown in a conversation that touches on everything from their shared love of Iowa to important role of Paul Gray.
When not on tour with Butcher Babies, Carla Harvey works as a grief counselor and an end of life specialist. In a candid conversation with clown, the multi-talent talks finality, closure, and dealing with loss in a way that is healthy and productive.
The first video interview of the conversation series welcomes the iconic frontman for a discussion that ranges from free love, to fuck politics, to making the world a better place through art and music.
The frontman for Canadian deathcore outfit Brand of Sacrifice details how anime and manga led him to explore extremity in metal, taught him to appreciate art with an edge, and created a deep respect for dark art with real narrative.
The first solo female artist to sign to Roadrunner Records discusses mentorship with Kanye West, her unashamed sexuality, and how provocative performance art helped her to purge the weight of real life toxicity.
Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy and Doyle Von Frankenstein join the clown in the Electric Theater for a candid conversation that explores the psychology behind dressing for the job you want, the tribal subconscious of online naysayers, and the double standard that exists between men and women in metal.
Detailing his involvement in Five Star Extracts, the magnetic frontman advocates for responsible consumption and details how the war on drugs stigmatized cannabis and keeps people from embracing the proven...
Detailing his involvement in Five Star Extracts, the magnetic frontman advocates for responsible consumption and details how the war on drugs stigmatized cannabis and keeps people from embracing the proven benefits of the substance.
Accomplished chef, restauranteur, and metal enthusiast Chris Santos joins clown for a session in the Electric Theater. Discussing his tenure as a judge on The Food Network’s Chopped, his humble start in the kitchen in his early teenage years, and his lifelong love for metal music, the conversation provides a unique glimpse into the work ethic and creative vision of the versatile chef and record label executive.
The Electric Theater welcomes Ice Nine Kills frontman Spencer Charnas for a conversation with the clown. Exploring Charnas’ ska-punk roots and his lifelong fascination with the horror genre, the veteran...
The Electric Theater welcomes Ice Nine Kills frontman Spencer Charnas for a conversation with the clown. Exploring Charnas’ ska-punk roots and his lifelong fascination with the horror genre, the veteran musicians discuss evolving creatively, stage spectacle, and how the energy of a good show makes the genre irrelevant.
Fieldy of KORN joins clown of Slipknot for conversation in the Electric Theater that touches on the rigors of touring, navigating the downtime in between the chaos, and how constantly being creative is a fundamental part of their DNA.
Addressing the stigma of the word and the misconceptions of the practices, Pam Grossman details the reality of being a witch and the magic that exists in being a conduit between the physical and invisible world.
Fred Armisen connects with clown of Slipknot for a conversation that explores the parallels between playing in a band and performing as an actor; while sharing their personal experiences, for better or worse, with both.
With the release date of Lamb of God's self-titled full length album on the horizon, frontman Randy Blythe had the chance to connect with Clown for the latest installment of The Electric Theater. The two would dig deep into Blythe's passion for photography. From his very first photo of a French press to his preference for candid photos of people, Randy's affinity for narrative is apparent. Blythe discussed the objective nature of being behind the camera and how it's a departure of the subjective direction of his writing. From the fundamentals of shooting images in black and white to what...