Symphony X and Mike LePond’s Silent Assassins Mike LePond interview

Mike LePond has achieved a milestone for our website: he is the first interviewer we have here twice. We interviewed him back in 2018 when he was promoting the second album of Mike LePond’s Silent Assassins, Pawn and Prophecy. Now, he is back with the band’s third release, Whore of Babylon, where he is once […]

MusikHolics - Symphony X and Mike LePond’s Silent Assassins Mike LePond interview

The Last Dance: Worth a watch for non-NBA fans?

Even if you only have the most minimal and passing interest in sports, you’ll likely know what the NBA is. And if you know what the NBA is, you’ll know who Michael Jordan is. Jordan is without doubt one of the most elite athletes of all-time; a persona and a technical player that was above […]

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Janis Joplin

Janis Joplin was born January 19, 1943, in Port Arthur, Texas. Her parents were Dorothy Bonita East, a registrar at a business college, and Seth Ward Joplin, an engineer at Texaco. She had two siblings, Laura and Michael and the family was part of the denomination of the Churches of Christ. She’s well known for […]

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Jimi Hendrix: The legendary rockstar

Jimi Hendrix was an American guitar player, musician, producer and song writer in the genres of rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock, blues, and R&B. His birth name was Johnny Allen Hendrix. He was born in Seattle, Washington on November 27, 1942. Early Years of His Life When Hendrix was in elementary school he used to […]

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BPMD’s Mark Menghi interview about the album “American Made”

Bassist Mark Menghi started out walking in different areas of the music business, but in the last decade made a name for himself by starting the project Metal Allegiance with several known musicians in the genre and now he is spearheading another project in BPMP, which has the likes of drummer Mike Portnoy, guitarist Phil […]

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David Reece’s interview

  American vocalist David Reece rose to prominence in the late 80s when he was chosen to replace Udo Dirkschneider in the German Metal juggernaut known as Accept. His sole album with that band, 1989’s Eat the Heat, was very divisive upon his release, mostly because David simply wasn’t Udo, but it has gotten a […]

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