Author: Jason Price

Music News, Reviews

Fashion Bomb: A Brand New Era

Hailing from the underground in Chicago, Fashion Bomb is one of the Mid-West’s best kept secrets, but not for much longer. The band is breathing new life into the metal scene and stands ready to take the nation by storm. Blending the dark visual aesthetics reminiscent of early Marilyn Manson with a healthy dose of Blade Runner, the band brings it’s sense of showmanship to life by backing it with a powerful musical prowess. Jason Price of Live-Metal.Net recently caught up with Fashion Bomb as they prepare to launch a global, no holds barred assault on the music scene. Val (vocals, programming) and Acid (guitar, backing vocals, programming, drums) were eager to discuss Fashion Bomb’s history, their recent signing to Full Effect Records, their powerful live performances, working with Fear Factory’s Raymond Herrera on their next album and what the future holds for this band on the rise.

Celebrity Interviews, Music News

The Godfather of Sleaze Rock: An Interview with Faster Pussycat’s Taime Downe

Faster Pussycat first came on the scene in the late eighties and wasted no time carving their own niche into Los Angeles’ highly competitive music scene. Founded and fronted by the multi-faceted Taime Downe, Faster Pussycat quickly rose to power and were crowned the undisputed “Kings of Sleaze Rock.” Even to this day, Faster Pussycat’s […]

Celebrity Interviews, Music News

The Bright Light of Possibility: An Interview with L.A. Guns’ Marty Casey

L.A. Guns is one of the hardest rocking and most notorious bands to come off of the famed Sunset Strip. Helmed by ever-fearless Tracii Guns, they continue to forge ahead, keep the creativity flowing and create powerful new material for their legions of devoted fans. Bands can encounter many bumps on the road of rock n’ roll and L.A. Guns is no exception. Faced with the departure of their former frontman Paul Black, The Guns found themselves in the middle of creating an album and preparing to embark on a massive tour when they were suddenly voiceless. Luckily for them, the answer to their troubles was right in front of them and already working with them on their forthcoming album. Enter Marty Casey, a charismatic frontman with a golden voice, incredible drive and impeccable songwriting skills. With Casey in place, the band is now set to launch the next chapter of the saga and take the world by storm. Jason Price of Live-Metal.Net recently spoke to Marty Casey about his past, his new role as the band’s frontman and what we can expect from this new era of L.A. Guns.