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COVER STORY
MINDLESS SELF INDULGENCE:
Somewhere in the middle of Manhattan, Outburn sits down with Little Jimmy Urine, Steve Righ?, Kitty, and LynZ for an hour-and-a-half on their terms, on their turf, and at our expense.

IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS
OPETH:
Possessing the despair of doom metal, the intensity of death metal, and the complexity and musicianship of progressive rock, Opeth revels in the success of last year’s Deliverance and readies their latest Damnation. Peter Lindgren explains the pitfalls the band encountered during this ambitious undertaking.

DEATH BY STEREO: This five piece band from Southern California bite down on personal emotions and social issues through some heavy and dramatic music. Frontman Efrem Schultz takes the time to talk about his unabashed vocal style, the meaning and message of Into the Valley of Death, and the humorous name he wanted to call the band.

TIGA: Slight of frame with impish eyes covered by floppy auburn hair, Tiga appears far too young to have spent the past decade immersed in the dance music community. "I could kill you back here," Tiga jokes as he sits in a pitch-black corner in the lobby of the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

IDLEWILD: Idlewild is proving to be one of those bands you want to put on time after time. Singer Roddy Woomble goes over the band’s line-up changes, The Remote Part, and a whole lot more.

SNAPCASE: From hardcore grooves to subtle guitar melodies, Snapcase explode with an intense ferocity on their fifth epic release, End Transmission. Vocalist Daryl Taberski finds a landline to unlock the inner workings of Snapcase while the band was recently on tour in Europe.

NILE plunges deep into the hidden history of ancient Egypt for inspiration on their long-awaited and third full-length album, In Their Darkened Shrines, and vocalist/guitarist Karl Sanders is a refreshingly matter-of-fact guy to speak with.

ECHOBOY:
Avant-garde, electronica, post-punk, new wave, psychedelic rock, and more—it’s all in Echoboy’s music. A sound that is somehow familiar to the ear, yet resembles no one.

STRAPPING YOUNG LAD: Surprisingly, Devin Townsend is not all that crazy. With an accent akin to a Canadian surfer—wittily laid-back, but incisive to the bone—the vocalist/guitarist/ producer gives the lowdown on the band’s latest release.

FEATURED INTERVIEWS
ALPINESTARS
ANGELS OF LIGHT
APPLIANCE
STEVE VON TILL
PHASER
AMON AMARTH
DAMONE

SECTIONS
SHOTFIRE: Stellastarr*, Neurosis & Jarboe, The Faint
LABEL PROFILE: The End Records
LAST SHOT: Down & Out with the Dolls

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