It’s All About The Decapitated Head – Felissa Rose Interview (2019)

October 18, 2019

Felissa Signing

Felissa Rose is an American actress and producer. She made her film debut as Angela Baker in Robert Kiltzik’s cult film Sleepaway Camp (1983) and has over 90 film credits in total over the span of her film career.

In this conversation, Felissa and I cover a lot of ground discussing everything from her producing Slayer’s upcoming Repentless Killogy film to marrying Deron Miller of x-CKY fame, her love for rescue animals, what being spiritually aligned means, her new podcast “Casualty Friday,” what makes horror movies truly scary and more.

The following interview was conducted on 10/13/19 in Worcester, MA at The Rock & Shock Horror Convention.

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Chris Grosso on SiriusXM’s “Tell Me Everything” show w/John Fugelsang

August 5, 2019

John Fugelsang Chris Grosso Pic

In the summer of 2018, Chris Grosso joined John Fugelsang on his SiriusXM show, “Tell Me Everything”. Along with John’s co-hosts, Frank Conniff (Comedian, Mystery Science Theater), and Melissa Stokoski (Host of “Bitches’ Brew”), they discussed a wide range of topics, including: Dead Set On Living, Graham Nash, Ram Dass, Public Enemy, Fucking Up, Howard Stern, Bob Dylan, Recovery, Relapse, Organized Religion, Self-Defeating Behavior, Henry Rollins, Rock Bottoms, Indie Spiritualist, Feeling Broken, Un-Conditioning, Tara Brach, Helping Others, and much more. 

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Chris Grosso & Darrell Tauro Video Conversation 2013

August 1, 2019

Chris Darrell

In this recently unearthed footage from 2013, longtime friends and x-Groundzero (ctXhc) bandmates, Chris Grosso and Darrell Tauro sat down to talk about addiction, punk/hardcore, self-destructive behaviors, coming out as gay, near death experiences, hope, humility, and their healing journey’s.

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This Place Is Death- An Interview With Chino Moreno of The Deftones

June 13, 2018

12:30pm, Tuesday March 15th. I lay in bed with a nasty fever as I receive a call from the Deftones publicist letting me know Chino would be available for an interview at 3:30 that day. I knew I had an upcoming interview with him, but no idea it would be that soon, so needless to say, I was not completely prepared. Luckily, I, along with some close friends (who also love the Deftones) were able to come up with a quick interview in the short time we had! My gratitude goes out to them as well as Chino Moreno for taking the time to do the interview!

The Chino Moreno Interview

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The Gospel of Jourgensen- A Look Into The Mind Of Ministry Via Interview.

June 3, 2018

Everything Ministry has created since its inception has been an evolution. Al Jourgensen, the architect of Ministry, succeeded by remaking the mainstream in his own image and forging a new style of music.
Jourgensen morphed Ministry from a lightweight synth-pop band in the early ’80s to a musical juggernaut with many side projects (Revolting Cocks, 1000 Homo DJs, Pailhead, Lard) on legendary Chicago-based Wax Trax! Records.

Moving to Sire Records in the mid-’80s Ministry released albums showcasing an ever-evolving style. The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste and The Land of Rape and Honey both went Gold as people searched beyond bland MTV conformity.

Psalm 69, featuring “N.W.O.”, “Just One Fix” and “Jesus Built My Hotrod”, went Platinum in 1992 and forever changed music with its heavily aggressive content. Subsequently in 1993, Ministry received a Grammy nod for Best Metal Performance for “New World Order.”

After a handful of releases since Psalm 69, Ministry is back with Relapse, which  Jourgensen affectionately calls his  “Psalm 70.” In this writers opinion it’s agressive, it’s relevant, it’s necessary and most of all, it’s a fitting way for Al Jourgensen and Ministry to say goodbye…at least for now.

The following interview was conducted via phone on 1/30/12.

The Al Jourgensen Interview

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