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Ed Warby (Hail of Bullets)
There were frowns this week in London when Ed Warby and co cancelled their only UK date of 2011 at short notice, thankfully, Ed and the boys have produced some fine music to keep the masses' thirst quenched and gave DMG a great interview to keep the conversation flowing!
Queen - Queen (Island Records)
With the 40th anniversary of Queen's foundation falling in 2011, and their new label, Island Records, choosing to re-release the band's first five studio albums as a result, DMG takes a look back at a rather forgotten debut record from '73.
Dan Gapen (Lazarus AD)
Lazarus AD have certainly been making heads turn in the DMG offices, with their new album Black Rivers Flow on course to make the band household names, and their first ever UK tour in the process with Bonded By Blood. Vocalist and Guitarist Dan Gapen told us all about it.
Murderdolls - Middlesbrough Empire (08/02/2011)
With such happy tunes as 'Twist My Sister' and 'She Was a Teenage Zombie' the Murderdolls look to inject a little fun and enjoyment into Middlesbrough tonight! DMG was on hand to see what went down.
Brock Lindow (36 Crazyfists)
From fishing in the Kenai Peninsula to headline tours around the world, it might not have always been easy for 36 Crazyfists, but unlike most surviving acts today they've earned their stars and stripes the hard way. DMG caught up with vocalist Brock Lindow for a chat.
Chris Fox (SYNT/Flesh and Blood Robot)
Chris Fox is vocalist for US deathcore band See You Next Tuesday, who have been on an indefinate hiatus since October 2009, while debts are repaid and members focus on their alternative projects. DMG recently secured this interview with the frontman to find out just what is going on!
Download 2011 rumours hit
With Download 2011 tickets going on sale 3rd December, and acts being announced on 29th November, the web is abound with rumours.
Richie Ranno (Starz)
In the heydey of KISS and Aerosmith, before the likes of Queen and David Bowie had broken the American markets, Starz were a influencing force to be reckoned with. Shockingly, it's rather bizarre how little of their legacy is known, seeing as they were an influence on everyone from Danger Danger to Motley Crue. Here DMG gets the sincere pleasure of an exclusive interview with their guitarist (and KISS fan) Richie Ranno.
Dez Fafara (Devildriver)
From Nu Metal to Thrash, there's not much Dez Fafara hasn't seen, he's shocked a monkey with Ozzy Osbourne and spoke about God with Nikki Sixx. All this, and his own son has provided backing vocals on a Devildriver album, DMG recently met him in Newcastle for a quick chat.
Avenged Sevenfold/Stone Sour - Newcastle 02 Academy (02/11/2010)
With support from supergroup Hellyeah, Stone Sour and Avenged Sevenfold prepare for this year's most eagerly awaited co-headline jaunt, the UK is out in force - this concert is sold out over all dates - and the bands are just waiting to impress. DMG is "in the house".
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