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Bridge To Breakdown Makes It “Rain” with Madness To Creation In This Fun Conversation!
Crane Level Heaviness, Mental Health Conversations

Bridge To Breakdown Makes It “Rain” with Madness To Creation In This Fun Conversation!

Editor's Note:  This was a fun conversation with rising Jacksonville, North Carolina band Bridge To Breakdown in regards to their latest video "Rain".  They have showcased a lot of potential with their eclectic mix of blues, grunge, and metal.  Bridge To Breakdown is making waves as we speak.  In the meantime, fans can check out Bridge To Breakdown at the following locations: www.facebook.com/bridgetobreak www.bridgetobreakdown.com Madness To Creation:  Tell us about the music scene in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Bridge To Breakdown:  It's definitely growing, we're starting to see bands come through that wouldn't have been possible 10 years ago. Madness To Creation:  Tell us about the video for "Rain". Bridge To Breakdown:  There is a ton of amazing graphic art talent i...
Ded Reflects on the Incredible Year 2017 was with Madness To Creation!
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Ded Reflects on the Incredible Year 2017 was with Madness To Creation!

Editor's Note:  2017 was an incredible year for rock music.  We saw the return of rock music to the forefront.  If I were a historian, I would say it's in four-fold, it was the year of the big bands such as Iron Maiden, Metallica, and Guns 'N' Roses from a tour package standpoint.  It was also the year of gritty, dirty classic rock such as Greta Van Fleet, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Royal Blood heading to the forefront.  It was also bands such as In This Moment, Avenged Sevenfold, and Trivium taking that next step, and lastly, Ded came out of nowhere to stun the masses with their live energy and stealing the show opening up for the likes of Korn and Stone Sour.  As raucous and determined as Ded is on the live stage, they are as equally as chill of people that you could talk to you.  They...
Schuylar Croom and Matty Williams of He Is Legend Converses with Madness To Creation on Hot Sauce, Veganism, and Classic Metal
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Schuylar Croom and Matty Williams of He Is Legend Converses with Madness To Creation on Hot Sauce, Veganism, and Classic Metal

Editor's Note:  It was an interesting night at Amsterdam Bar and Hall in St. Paul, Minnesota as Madness To Creation sat down with He Is Legend.  We spent more time talking about hot sauce and Pantera than their album entitled "few", which is one of the most creative offerings I've heard this year.  It was in a setting where the rockstars were sitting at a patio in the midst of businesswomen and yuppies, which made it an interesting scene for an interview that you would see out of the movies.  They will be having several festival appearances before linking up with the legends GWAR in "The Blood of Gods" tour.  Special thanks to Amy for setting this one up!  Without further delay, here's our conversation with Schuylar Croom(vocals) and Matty Williams(bass) of He Is Legend. M.T.C.:  Ho...
Pat Thetic, drummer of Anti-Flag discusses Donald Trump in a Moshpit, Human Rights, Veganism, and 2008 RNC Protest with Madness To Creation! A Warptified Experience!
Mental Health Conversations, MTC Gets Punked

Pat Thetic, drummer of Anti-Flag discusses Donald Trump in a Moshpit, Human Rights, Veganism, and 2008 RNC Protest with Madness To Creation! A Warptified Experience!

Editor's Note:  It was a wonderful experience at Warped Tour and I stood there in shock at the press table as I was checking in noticing that I got to interview one of my favorite bands in Anti-Flag.  They are a representation of what punk music is all about, and that is not conforming to the system, standing up for other people's rights, and raising awareness for other causes.  Many conservative people give this band a bad rap simply for their band name.  If one listens to their music or read any of their song lyrics, they are a band that is deeply concerned about the issues that are plaguing this country.  I could've talked to Pat for hours but I was also cognizant of the fact that they had other interviews and other happenings at the Vans Warped Tour stop in Shakopee, Minnesota.  I ...