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Exclusive interview with Danko Jones

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Over two decades have passed since Danko Jones broke onto Toronto's hard rock underground scene. Since then, the Canadian band has released nine studio albums, played in big festivals like Resurrection Fest or Garage Sound Festival and shared the stage with music legends like Guns N' Roses, The Backyard Babies or Motörhead. The trio landed in Spain on December 4 to play two shows in Madrid and Zaragoza (Background Noise & Mercury Wheels). We took the opportunity to chat with vocalist and guitarist Danko Jones about the band's current tour, their next studio album, which will be realeased during 2019, and other side projects. HB - Your forthcoming album is due in 2019. So far, we've had a first taste wi...

Interview with Shvpes

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Shvpes are becoming one of the metalcore bands to watch out for. The Birmingham-based act was officially born in September 2014 when vocalist Griffin Dickinson joined the members of the group Cytota, and decided to rename the band and take a new music direction. Since then, they have released a studio album, "Pain, Joy, Ecstasy. Despair" (Search & Destroy/Spinefarm Records, 2016), and toured with some of the most known metal and hardcore bands like Bring Me The Horizon, Memphis May Fire, Bullet For My Valentine or Young Guns. The metallers landed in Spain on Friday, March 17th, as part of its European promotion tour with heavy metal legends Trivium and mathcore and progressive metal band, SiKth. We to...

Interview with Airbourne

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Nearly 13 years have passed since the hard rock band Airbourne broke onto Warrnambool's (Australia) music scene, where they became a regular act at the local Criterion Hotel. Since then, the quartet have released an EP, and three studio albums (the fourth one is out on Friday), toured with some of the biggest rock, and metal legends like Iron Maiden or Motörhead, and have earned a loyal fanbase worldwide as well as critics' recognition. The band is currently promoting its last record, "Breakin' Outta Hell", so we have taken the opportunity to interview rhythm guitarist, David "Roadsy" Roads. We talked about their new material, their current tour, and their experience working with the late Lemmy Kilmister. ...

Interview with Atreyu: “We all grew up listening to a lot of punk. It was cool to wave that punk rock flag a little bit.”

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  Last September, the metalcore band Atreyu released their long-awaited sixth album, "Long Live". The Californian quintet landed last weekend in Spanish ground to promote their new record, and play three special gigs in Barcelona, Madrid, and Pamplona. We showed up before their show at Sala Razzmatazz 2 (Barcelona, 25th June) to have a chat with guitarist, Travis Miguel. We talked about their their comeback to the music scene, their last studio record, and the highs, and lows of the music industry. HB: Let’s start talking about your comeback. You spent around four years on hiatus. How was to return to the music scene with Atreyu? It was good! We took about three or four years off, mostly because, a...

Interview with Enter Shikari: “It’s an honour to be able to play music, and initiate that sense of community that’s been lost.”

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  About one year ago, the post-hardcore quartet Enter Shikari released their fourth (and most ambitious to date) studio album, “The Mindsweep”. The Hertfordshire rockers are currently out on the road with the electronic-based group The Qemists, and the dubstep and electronic rock band Modestep to promote their new LP across Europe. The band recently landed in Spain to play two shows in Pamplona and Barcelona, and we took the opportunity to interview lead vocalist, Rou Reynolds, and guitarist, Rory Clewlow, just before their show at Sala Apolo (BCN). We talked about their last studio record, their current headline tour, about cosmology, and about what their lives would look like if they weren’t in...

Interview with Tonight Alive: “We wanted to take risks, and write an album that wasn’t the same like what we did before.”

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  It's been around eight years since the power pop-punk band Tonight Alive broke onto Sydney's underground music scene, and since then, the fivesome have released two studio albums (the third one will be released in March), have played in major festivals like Warped Tour, and have garnered a loyal fan base and global recognition. Last week, the band landed in Spain for the first time ever as part of its new European tour, and Hot BuZz (mag) took the opportunity to interview Jenna McDougall (lead singer), and Cam Adler (bass player), just before their Barcelona show at Sala Apolo. We talked about their new record, "Limitless", their world tour, their future plans, and about having a healthy lifestyle, an...

Listen to Imagine Dragon’s new single I Bet My Life

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Multi-platinum rockers Imagine Dragons released yesterday I Bet My Life, the first single of their upcoming second album. I Bet My Life explains the tricky, but bonding relationship between the band's vocalist, Dan Reynolds, and his parents. The front man said: “This song is about the relationship I've had with my parents throughout the years. At times it's been strained and difficult, but in the end, I BetMy Life celebrates the bond that we still hold on to.” Imagine Dragon's new album will be released by KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records in 2015. The track is available now for digital download and streaming via iTunes. Listen to I Bet My Life below. ...

Slash will release new album, “World on Fire”, in September

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Guitar legend Slash and his bandmates Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators have unveiled new details about their upcoming album, “World on Fire”, which will be out as a Classic Rock Fan Pack on September 15, four weeks before its UK standard release (October 13). “World on Fire” (Roadrunner Records), the follow-up to the critically acclaimed “Apocalyptic Love”, consists of 17 songs, including an instrumental piece, which are, according to bassist Todd Kerns, “ more serious and fun at the same time” than the ones from previous albums. As confessed in his personal blog,  the new material is “sleazier, tougher and more dangerous” than its predecessors. On Tuesday, the band also revealed the ...