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Mike Shinoda: 'Whenever We Go Into Making A Record, We Try Creating The Best We Can Create For The Moment'
Mike Shinoda: 'Whenever We Go Into Making A Record, We Try Creating The Best We Can Create For The Moment'
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The band discussed their sixth album during the tele-conferece prior to their massive North-American Carnivoers Tour, which kicks off tomorrow.
Rob Caggiano: 'Back Then I Just Put A Lot Of Hours Into Playing The Guitar And Getting My Fingers Working'
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John Dolmayan: 'I Never Wanted Us To Take A Break In The First Place'
John Dolmayan: 'I Never Wanted Us To Take A Break In The First Place'
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Here, the drummer talks about System of a Down, These Grey Men and how to make a cover not a cover.
Bjorn Gelotte: 'I've Always Been Interested In Drums'
Lzzy Hale: 'We Didn't Realize We Were Gonna Take It This Far'
Bill Kelliher: 'To Me It's Actually Harder To Write Music That Makes Sense'
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Alain  Johannes (Part I): 'I Remember Natasha Shneider Having a T-Shits Saying 'I'm a Bass Player, Motherf--ker''
Alain Johannes (Part I): 'I Remember Natasha Shneider Having A T-Shits Saying 'I'm A Bass Player, Motherf--ker''

Here's the part 1 of our huge epic interview with music mastermind, known by his works with Eleven, Arctic Monkeys, Them Crooked vultures and Queens of the Stone Age.

POSTED: 09/01/2014 - 09:25 am

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Slash: 'You Can't Always Get Two Guys With Two Different Guitars to Do Something Unique'
Slash: 'You Can't Always Get Two Guys With Two Different Guitars To Do Something Unique'

Here, in a lengthy interview Slash talks about "World on Fire" and why it's the best album he's ever made.

POSTED: 08/25/2014 - 10:06 am

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Seether's Dale Stewart: 'A Good Bass Player Is A Tasteful Bass Player'
Seether's Dale Stewart: 'A Good Bass Player Is A Tasteful Bass Player'

Dale Stewart discusses the writing process behind the Seether's new album, the crossover between bass and guitar, and the woes of the music business.

POSTED: 08/20/2014 - 11:40 am

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Rome Ramirez: 'Ultimate Guitar Is Where I Learned to Play Sublime Songs When I Was a Kid'
Rome Ramirez: 'Ultimate Guitar Is Where I Learned To Play Sublime Songs When I Was A Kid'

In this interview Rome Ramirez gives a few praises to Ultimate Guitar, discusses his solo career as an artist and producer and touches on what the future holds for Sublime with Rome.

POSTED: 08/12/2014 - 09:44 am

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Mike Shinoda: 'Whenever We Go Into Making a Record, We Try Creating the Best We Can Create for the Moment'
Mike Shinoda: 'Whenever We Go Into Making A Record, We Try Creating The Best We Can Create For The Moment'

The band discussed their sixth album during the tele-conferece prior to their massive North-American Carnivoers Tour, which kicks off tomorrow (August 8).

POSTED: 08/07/2014 - 10:03 am

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John Dolmayan: 'I Never Wanted Us to Take a Break in the First Place'
John Dolmayan: 'I Never Wanted Us To Take A Break In The First Place'

Here, the drummer talks about System of a Down, These Grey Men and how to make a cover not a cover.

POSTED: 08/04/2014 - 10:28 am

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J Mascis: 'I Was a Big Record Collector as a Kid and Went Through All Different Phases of Rock'
J Mascis: 'I Was A Big Record Collector As A Kid And Went Through All Different Phases Of Rock'

Dinosaur Jr. founder talks about his second solo effort and one of the dark days in his life.

POSTED: 07/29/2014 - 09:48 am

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Rob Caggiano: 'Back Then I Just Put a Lot of Hours Into Playing the Guitar and Getting My Fingers Working'
Rob Caggiano: 'Back Then I Just Put A Lot Of Hours Into Playing The Guitar And Getting My Fingers Working'

Here, Caggiano talks about how he joined Volbeat, also about working in both Volbeat and Anthrax.

POSTED: 07/22/2014 - 10:50 am

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Bjorn Gelotte: 'I've Always Been Interested in Drums'
Bjorn Gelotte: 'I've Always Been Interested In Drums'

In Flames axeman goes deeper in this conversation about Siren Charms, his approach to guitar, and selling hamburgers.

POSTED: 07/17/2014 - 09:28 am

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Marten Hagstrom: 'I Picked Up the Guitar and I Was an Obnoxious Little F--k Running Around Making Life Miserable for Everyone'
Marten Hagstrom: 'I Picked Up The Guitar And I Was An Obnoxious Little F--k Running Around Making Life Miserable For Everyone'

Meshuggah guitarist is running as fast as he can just to stand still, but has no complains.

POSTED: 07/15/2014 - 08:58 am

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