In This Issue
An Albatross rises from the Wilkes Barre flames to discuss their new record, their tour prospects and their new label. Rancid wows the punk rock pants off of an entire audience, most of whom are too young to remember when they released their first record. Wintersleep gets robbed in New Orleans but rallies to deliver a hell of a performance at the Electric Factory-a sterling example of Canadian diplomacy. Chairlift discusses the creative process as it relates to inter-band relationships and Victor Victor band proves that you can still have fun with your wife after you say, "I do"--and you thought marriage was all sacrifice and hard work. As if these gems werenít enough, we have some more for you.
The Dewey Beach Music Conference is just around the corner and Origivation has the skinny on some the shining stars of the event. Kevin Walker speaks with Sean Glonek from SRG studios in Hamilton, NJ, 5-Finger Death-Punch keeps metal alive in this crazy, crazy world, newcomer, Sophia Varoumas dissects Radiohead as only a true fan can and Bethlehemís Musikfest gets an Origi-write-up. All those hot items and so much more are within our humble pages; we take such good care of you.