Category Archives: Interviews
New artist Hannah Rose releases their first self-titled album in the first week of May (5/7). Check out this interview I undertook via email where I chat about her first single ‘Sea of Love’, her musical inspirations for the album, as well as her hopes for the rest of 2013.
This City Awaits is set to release their new album “…said the liar” on April 23rd. We sit down with the band and ask them about the concept behind the new album, their upcoming tour with Fight the Fade, and how Batman played into their bassist’s marriage.
Last year on NBC’s “The Voice,” the world was introduced to the smooth sounds of Aquile. We recently chatted about life since the show, what’s next, and whether he’ll be working with Adam Levine in the near future rather than his coach, Christina Aguilera.
Kingdom releases their first self-titled album next week (3/12). Check out this interview I performed via email where I chat about the two singles ‘God of Fire’ and ‘At the Sound’, the album’s central themes, as well as their musical influences when creating this album.
RED chats with IVM about the new album. Want to know why it’s called “Release the Panic” and not “Glass House?” Care to find out if Jasen Rauch is really the gift to music Matt Baird said he is? Notice the album cover is BLUE this time around? Read on to find out.
Plumb releases her new album ‘Need You Now’ at the end of February. Check out this new interview I performed via email where I chat about the meaning behind the album, its central themes and the possibility of Plumb recording a worship album in the near future.
Brady from Southbound Fearing and I recently chatted about how the fan response has been to their latest album Bad Dreams and Melodies, what this year holds for touring, and what we can expect in the future.
Spoken is set to unleash their glorious return to the music world this month, so we chat with frontman Matt Baird about the new album, new band members, new label, and whether or not demons try to influence our lives. Be sure to keep checking back over the next couple weeks as we kick off “Spoken week” soon.
CedEnough (owner of Church Boy Entertainment and Hip-hop artist) and I sit down and talk about what it’s like to start your own record label, launch other artist’s careers, work on a career of your own, and work as pastor/chaplain to the NBA giant OKC Thunder.
Project 86 frontman Andrew Schwab sits down with IVM to talk books, Christmas Music, and how the fans are eating up their latest album Wait for the Siren! Read on to see just how amazing Schwab really is and how big his heart is for a broken generation of men.
Check out my interview with Alabama-based band, Gideon. See what they had to say by spiritual guidance from Sleeping Giant, their new album, fall touring and more.
Having already put out at least two albums in the last 12 months, I chatted with Heath McNease about his newest new album “The Weight of Glory: Songs inspired by the Works of C. S. Lewis.”
A few members of Belle Epoque (Kyle Istook – vocals & Sebastian Kerravcic – bass) were kind enough to take some time to answer a few questions for us about their return to the music scene & their new EP, Disillusions Of Man, that releases this Tuesday August 14th.
Check out this interview with Colorado Springs, Colorado-based band Eyes’ singer and guitarist, Dylan Roop. The band has some cool things coming up; keep reading to find out more!
When it comes to the world of Christian Hip Hop, there are a lot of underground Lecraes and Trip Lees that have yet to be discovered. Which brings up rappers that you’ve seen on IVM lately including Yaves, Reconcile, Thi’sl; just to name a few. Check out, Mike Guess. A rapper based out of central Maryland, whom is starting to gardner a lot of attention in the state. He recently just dropped his debut album, Fully Convinced. Below is an interview I had the pleasure of doing with Mike about his music, faith and more. Also included is a link to a free download of his song, “Put Him on Blast” here.
P.O.D. is back after four long years to bring the house down for a whole new generation with Murdered Love on Razor & Tie. Sonny Sandoval, the lead vocalist, was nice enough to sit down and discuss touring plans for the summer, the current state of the music industry and of course, what to expect on the band’s upcoming follow up to When Angels and Serpents Dance. Check it out below.
Steven A. Cosand wanted to be my friend on Facebook about a year ago. I really did not know who he was until I read a post from Overcome announcing that Steven would be replacing Nicholas Greenwood as their second guitar player. We became fast friends and talked online almost everyday. At the end of 2011 Steven posted a link to his solo project Sanhedrin’s debut EP Pro Human, Pro Life. I was stoked to hear what he could do on…
With a highly anticipated (and fully fan funded!) new P86 album on the horizon, I chatted with Andrew about how this new record is different from their last independent release (hint, it involves bagpipes!) and what greatness fans can expect to be unleashed upon them… soon.
So I was assigned to do a interview with one of Come & Live‘s newest bands See The Light. This band hails from southern California, and is helping spread the Spirit-Filled core to the masses. After digging up all the dirt I could find, and getting moved in to my new apartment . I emailed their drummer Teddy Ramirez. So here are some hard hitting questions with some heavier hitting answers.
Sent By Ravens have had a pretty big year so far. Currently on the road with Project 86, just wrapped a tour with Emery and dropped their spohmore release on Tooth and Nail Records, Mean What You Say. I recently had the pleasure to interview vocalist Zach Riner via email.
I recently got to sit down with Heath McNease (and by sit down, of course, I mean e-mailed) and talk to him about the life and times of a man who never sleeps. With more albums out in the last year than many artists have in their entire careers, I wanted to find out just what makes the man tick, what inspired an entire 8-bit Nintendo themed album, and why it’s hard for…