All Posts By Heather Glock

Mandroid Echostar Unleashes A Video For Their Brand New Single, “Paladin”


Canadian progressive metal band Mandroid Echostar has unleashed a gripping video for a brand new single, “Paladin,” today at The band has also announced they’ve inked deals with Distort Entertainment/Fontana North in Canada to release their debut, full-length record in 2016. Fans can download the new track for free at Additional details about the album are forthcoming. Watch the new ...

Seth Glier Interview


On April 24, Seth Glier released his fourth studio album, If I Could Change One Thing, and the 26-year-old took a big step forward by flying to Los Angeles to work with well-known producer, Bill Lefler. Despite this whirlwind for the Grammy-nominated artist, he respectively kept the heart, tenderness, and originality within his works, while ...

Interview with Jeph Howard of The Used


The Used, ever since their debut in 2002, have been making waves in the music community. With their 6th studio album released last April, the gentlemen have progressed matured as adults as well as within their own writings. The Used have always been a band with something to say, but with Imaginary Enemy, they are ...

Dustin Kensrue Interview


While Thrice caused a buzz by announcing a reunion show at Skate and Surf Festival, the band’s front man, Dustin Kensrue, had released his fourth studio album on April 21 titled Carry the Fire. Moving away from his 2007’s acoustic-based album Please Come Home, Kensrue has managed to compose this solo album with various tones ...

Interview with Teenage Bottlerocket


Teenage Bottlerocket don’t want to be the next emo band to decorate your bedroom walls. Instead, the gentlemen enjoy creating music that doesn’t purposely define who they are as band; music is just what they do. With their sixth LP Tales From Wyoming already out, the gentlemen are making it very loud and clear and ...

Interview with Rocky Votolato


Rocky Votolato has made his way back into the music studio after fighting a battle with depression and existential contemplation of why he should even make his return. It took the help of ex Death Cab For Cutie guitarist/producer Chris Walla and his brother Cody of The Blood Brothers to help creatively canvas the emotional ...