In the fourth (and probably final) of our Download Festival 2013 mini-podcasts, we talk to Michael Poulsen & Rob Caggiano of Volbeat about the Top 6 things about their respective hometowns: New York and Copenhagen.
April 11th, 2013
Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
08 April 2013
by David Keevill
March 18th, 2012
September 15th, 2011
12 September 2011
by Amit Sharma
It’s been a long time coming, but after an eight-year wait, and two years of frontman-deliberation, Anthrax are finally back with their tenth studio album, Worship Music. Originally intended to be their first album with their eighth and short-lived vocalist, Dan Nelson, and then for some time following his dismissal seeming like John Bush would be back in the picture, it finally fell to the now re-instated frontman, Joey Belladonna, to eventually provide the album’s vocals. After all this drama, will Worship Music actually be worth the wait?
October 5th, 2010
Yes, this is an interview with Rob Caggiano Joe Trohman, guitarist of The Damned Things, not Rob Caggiano Joe Trohman, [erstwhile] guitarist of Anthrax Fall Out Boy. This is his other new band. The band about which there is not very much information yet apart from the fact he made the band with Anthrax buddy buddies, Scott Ian and Rob Caggiano, along with Joe Trohman and his bandmate Andy Hurley from Fall Out Boy, and Keith Buckley from Every Time I Die. Here’s a crap interview we did with Rob Joe [via email, via 2 other people, hence the awesome strikethrough-related cock up].
June 13th, 2010
How awesome is Keith Buckley’s mullet? Triple-awesome, that’s how much. He doesn’t look like a Spanish schoolkid on tour at all.
Thrash Hits TV: Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley still isn’t allowed to talk about The Damned Things
December 15th, 2009
What do we know?
- Rob Caggiano (bass) and Scott Ian (guitar) from Anthrax are heading up this supergroup which also contains Andy Hurley (drums) and Joe Trohman (other guitar) from currently-on-hiatus Fall Out Boy with Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley on vocals.
- They’re demoing songs right now while ETID are in Europe.
- They have a logo but took it down when news about the band leaked upon this horrible Internet.
- Nothing else.