The brilliantly candid conversation with the metalcore frontman shifts from spirituality to psychedelics to music industry politics in one of the best episodes of Mosh Talks yet.
Some two decades in, Anaal Nathrakh continue to push the boundaries of metal extremity with uncompromising integrity.
The guitarist and founding member of one of symphonic metal’s most accomplished bands details the health of the genre and importance of balancing identity with progression.
After a decade in the game, Of Mice & Men where prompted by the pandemic to adapt and as a result have come out stronger than ever.
The guitarist for While She Sleeps explains how ‘Sleeps Society’ is a testament to the band’s evolution both creatively and professionally.
Adapting to significant changes and overcoming hefty challenges, the frontman explains how ‘Earth Is A Black Hole’ has more significance than just a standard sophomore effort.
Armed with an new EP, a new record label, and an upcoming streaming concert, Gatecreeper are aiming to bring death metal to the masses.
Dissecting the dark side of humanity, the songwriter thrives as a both an outlier and a storyteller in the universe of heavy music.
From gritty hip hop to cold dark wave, the emerging prospect goes beyond genre to assert an identity all his own.
Ahead of the release of their sophomore LP in ‘Lifeblood,’ the BOS vocalist explains how taking chances creatively is giving rise to a dynamic new class of sonic brutality.
After a soul-searching 2020 that resulted in significant changes, the metalcore titans have emerged with new music, a new focus, and a renewed determination to prove the naysayers wrong yet again.
The vocalist shares how ‘Lament’ documented his life since the band’s highly personal ‘Stage 4’ album and how working with Robinson in the studio was a truly unique emotional experience.
The frontman shares how a supplemental book expanding on the thematic elements of the album has been his focus and how taking on the role of producer for their sixth album was a unique creative freedom that pushed the band and ultimately challenged their audience.
The frontman for The Black Dahlia Murder explains how their 2020 LP ‘Verminous’ pushed the band to evolve as songwriters without compromising the extremity that has anchored their sound since the very beginning.
Domenic Palermo checks in for a candid conversation on Mosh Talks to detail how after a decade of Nothing, ‘The Great Dismal’ has given him a unique sense of completion.
The band’s Erik Bickerstaffe revisits their breakout 2020, the creative investment of ‘I Let It In and It Took Everything,’ and what it was like to get a cosign from Deftones’ frontman, Chino Moreno.
The pioneering guitarist discusses finding creative balance and how music continues to be a source of personal fulfillment decades into his career.
The vocalist for Holding Absence shares how persevering through their turbulent debut created a unique confidence going into their forthcoming sophomore album.
The examination of the groundbreaking album details the sound, thematic scope, and enduring legacy of one of Nine Inch Nails’ most important masterworks.
Founded by Behemoth drummer Inferno, the Polish metal export have unveiled the first-ever music video of their more than two decade-long career.
Members from bands including Still Remains and Threat Signals linked with the former drummer of Bullet For My Valentine and began a brand new chapter in their careers.
The Ukrainian metal heavyweights share the spontaneity of ‘Alive In Melbourne’ and reveal that new music is definitely in the works.
The Swedish standouts delivered a phenomenal record in 2020 and this Friday, they will finally be able to perform it for fans across the globe.
The UK drop-tuned metallic hip-hop outfit are set to deliver a haymaker of a set for this virtual festival appearance.
The emerging Iowa outfit are posted to make one hell of an introduction for their first virtual festival appearance ever.
In a world of exaggerated characters and over-the-top-personas, Allin remains a enigmatic figure that resonates with fans and never has to fake it to make it.
Frontman Chris Motionless details the nostalgic trip of revisiting the band’s polarizing debut and how the band’s evolution gives them a unique appreciation fo their enduring debut.
Ahead of the band’s third major streaming production, frontman Jami Morgan asserts the band’s rank as innovators and emphasizes it’s not talking shit if you can back it up.
The frontman discusses the country’s current state of affairs and how the ethos of Fever 333 has and always will be about championing change.
The guitarist dissects the enduring quality of pivotal albums including ‘Bloody Kisses,’ ‘October Rust,’ and ‘World Coming Down’ ahead of the ‘After Dark’ streaming event on Knotfest.com
The drummer shares the successes of 2020 ahead of their October 16th live-streaming event, ‘Viral Hysteria’
The band’s guitarist discusses being on the fringe of heavy music, the reality of working with talents like Maynard James Keenan and Carina Round, and the creative possibilities of the live streaming platform.
After three decades, Meshuggah still remain as committed to precision and innovation as ever.
The legendary guitarist revisits finding Mr. Bungle on a cassette tape in 1986 and playing those same songs as a member of the band more than three decades later.
The frontwoman explains the narrative being Apex and Abyss and how working within expectations just isn’t their style.
The veteran frontman confides his competitive drive, his distain for the disingenuous, and explains how Devildriver are in a lane all their own.
Ahead of their appearance on the Lamb of God global streaming event, guitarist Alex Wade breaks major Whitechapel news.
The frontman details how being unconventional is what nurtures the creativity at the core of one of rock music’s most enigmatic acts.
The Bleed From Within vocalist checks in for a conversation on Mosh Talks that revisits how the band was on the ropes and has since reemerged stronger than ever.
Mosh Talk’s Beez and John Dyer Bailey of Baroness sit down for a long conversation that takes in the pros and cons of streaming live shows, creativity, how work is progressing on new Baroness material and much, much more.
One of the genre’s most exciting new artists are set to release their debut Matriphagy on October 2nd.
Odadjian also confirms the RZA will be featured on the second EP from North Kingsley.
Imperial Triumphant’s avant-garde architect Zach Ezrin discusses the band’s vision of extremity and their upcoming performance for Behemoth’s In Absentia Dei live streaming event.
The band’s bassist explains the excitement of getting back to work and sharing the self-titled record with fans.
The frontman details Seether’s new record and gets septic when it comes to what he does and doesn’t like about the state of rock music.
Nergal joiuns Beez for a special edition Mosh Talk ahead of the band’s immersive cinematic performance, In Absentia Dei. Get tickets now at behemoth.live.
Alexisonfire/Gallows’ Wade MacNeil discusses scoring the music for the Shudder horror film, Random Acts of Violence.
Vocalist Ryan Kirby is not shy about discussing his love for death and metalcore music.
The frontman for August Burns Red explains the message behind the band’s music during a time when the world needs it most.
The vocalist explains the importance of pissed off art in a world that is finally ready to listen.
Johnny discusses the double record, the unreal work ethic of Tech N9ne, and gives a shoutout to Pornhub.
“That’s the point where Eskimo Callboy comes around the corner and brings the party song. It doesn’t matter to us where you have a good mood.”
Frontman Elliot Morrow visits Mosh Talks to discuss the weirdness of having fans and what it was like recording vocals in car.
The next full band experience with Code Orange is a dark new take on the unplugged sessions.
The candid conversation explores the tragedy and triumph of Sex, Death & the Infinite Void.
The guitarist/vocalist confirmed a new Red Fang single is coming soon.
The one and only Dee Snider discusses his upcoming live record, he connection with Jamey Jasta, and his eternal love for the culture of heavy music.
Musician, podcaster, ambassador Jamey Jasta digs into the brand of heavy music on Mosh Talks.
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The WWE NXT Superstar Carries the Flag for Metal Fans In the World of Sports Entertainment.
The guitarist reflects on self-titled record as a career milestone and a true collaborative effort.
The entire Trivium team details their groundbreaking live-streaming global event.
The artist has been working with the band since White Pony.
Shomo Looks To Create Sonic Devastation with Beartooth’s Next Record
Over a decade in, the Black Veil Brides frontman explains the ‘fuck you’ is still there.
In the absence of live music, Trivium are poised to present their biggest production yet.
The insightful frontman talks the future of heavy music, Black Lives Matter, and the importance of using your platform.
The creative force behind the music of Doom Eternal, Wolfenstein, and Killer Instinct discusses his process on Mosh Talks
The frontman confirms Times of Grace record is complete and discusses a variety of projects ranging from punk to electronic.
Few bands channel the intensity of Code Orange and the proof is in their product.
Mosh Talks digs deep into the importance of the extreme industrial metal masterpiece.
Get the lowdown on the band’s Virtual World Tour and the importance of Become The Hunter
For those keeping score, Machine Head has been making socially aware metal since the early 90s.
The multi-talented frontman unveils details about his debut solo record and much more.