This episode features the always-fun-to-hang-out-with John Connor from legendary East-coast crossover metal pioneers Dog Eat Dog, who observes how the music business has changed since he started as a musician and what it means to be an artist today. Make sure to catch their brand-new EP “Brand New Breed” at dogeatdog.nl and to go see […]
In this #fhtz episode, Alan Robert of alternative metal-pioneers Life of Agony elaborates on different aspects of what it means to be a musician in 2017.
In this #fhtz episode, Merlin Sutter of Swiss metal band Cellar Darling discusses what it takes to start a band from scratch in this day and age after having split with his former band, Swiss folk metal icons Eluveitie. And, check out Cellar Darling’s highly acclaimed debut album «This Is The Sound» – out now.
In this #fhtz episode, Andreas Kisser of iconic Brazilian metal legends Sepultura discusses digitization, technology, and robotics, which is the main topic of their highly acclaimed 2017 studio album Machine Messiah.
The legendary Lagwagon frontman and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes guitarist Joey Cape sat down with us to talk about music, culture and technology, which resulted in an in-depth discourse on the state of today’s (pop-)culture. A must-watch interview.
EPISODE 6.03: Sonata Arctica’s Henrik Klingenberg on consumer behaviour, convenience of new tech and more
“There are so many ways of enjoying music and none of them is better or worse than the other.” We had the great pleasure to talk to Henrik “Henkka” Klingenberg from Finnish power metal greats Sonata Arctica. Henkka elaborated on how the marketing side of the music business changed with the advent of the internet, […]