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I’ve published a new “At Home” interview with iconic Canadian hard rocker Danko Jones. We talk about politics and the current crisis (including their fundraising effort for Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital), as well as his band’s legacy and style. Read it in the Interviews section.
Hope you've had a chance to check out my first "Zombitrol At Home" piece with Silenoz of Dimmu Borgir. More new stuff on the way, but for now here's another Vault interview, this time with Combichrist founder and frontman Andy LaPlegua. We talk about his new social stance and dedication to mental health awareness, as well as the band's return to the industrial sound that they're known for.
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As promised, I've got some brand new content for you! It's the first in a new series of interviews I'm calling "Zombitrol At Home," where I catch up with some of your favourite artists to find out how the shutdown has affected their lives on a business and personal level. The first installment features guitarist Silenoz of black metal icons Dimmu Borgir, chatting from his home in the Norwegian countryside.
I'll have some current content for you very soon, but in the meantime please enjoy a previously unpublished interview from The Zombitrol Vault with Andrew W.K. about his motivational party album, You're Not Alone.