August 25, 2023
This band released one devastatingly heavy album in 1999 for indie upstart Takehold Records, and then like so many other metalcore bands, disappeared after only one album and one split (with fellow-Floridians Set Apart) never to be heard from again. A few members turned up elsewhere–some in the mysterious metal band Yeti, while drummer Nathan Warshowsky served as a studio drum tech for artists as diverse as Forever Changed, Underoath, Day of Fire, and even Paramore. Deathmask Grin came out just as metalcore as a genre was really taking off, and it was a significant contribution to the genre musically, despite it being heard by so few people.… Continued →
August 20, 2022
Now introducing a brand new California based band called “The Ironside Collective” which features a mighty fine cast of characters of bands past and present. Instead of me explaining it all, please check out the post from their new label, The Charon Collective, below. This new heavy rock band will drop their debut 4 song EP later this year via the new label. Stay tuned.… Continued →
May 15, 2018
January 27, 2015
A phone interview of Aaron Gillespie conducted by Ian Zandi for IVM on 1.27.15. Topics include his new worship album, touring plans, his time with Paramore, Breaking Bad, streaming music, and vinyl purchases.
December 2, 2014
November 15, 2009
Joy Electric's Favorites At Play, You know you're curious about this.
October 3, 2009
The review of Paramore's anticipated new album, Brand New Eyes.