Jared Leto explains the legal troubles between Thirty Seconds to Mars and EMI, as depicted in the new documentary, Artifact.
Catching up with the Oxford heart assassins backstage at Voodoo 2013.
Catching up with He’s My Brother She’s My Sister at Voodoo 2013!
New Orleans hometown heroes The Revivalists catch up with CraveOnline backstage at Voodoo Fest.
The Royal Teeth share some of their favorite memories from Halloween in New Orleans, and explore festival life at Voodoo 2013.
Tiwary talks to Crave Online about the story of Beatles manager Brian Epstein as both a lush graphic novel and a feature film in development.
Crave catches up with the Mississippi rockers backstage at Voodoo 2013!
Crave catches up with Keys n Krates backstage at Voodoo Fest 2013!
We catch up with L.A. indie-pop outfit Youngblood Hawke after their set at Voodoo Fest 2013!
While we await a new album from The Prodigy next year, Maxim is making waves in the U.S. with electrifying live shows. We caught up with him at Voodoo Fest.
Before blowing us away on the Le Plur stage at Voodoo 2013, we sat down with Rudimental to get a taste of their world now.
Crave sits down with one of our favorite new bands, blues-driven rockers The Black Cadillacs.
We catch up with songstress ZZ Ward just after her Friday set at Voodoo Fest for a candid conversation.
Gary Richards aka Destructo sits down with Crave at Voodoo Fest to discuss his craft and approach to HARD events.
The dynamic party-rockin duo grabbed a couple Crave mics and broke off some Q&A goodness for us at Voodoo 2013.
Catching up with Anberlin on the release of ‘Devotion: Vital Special Edition,’ their new collection of unreleased tracks, rarities and remixes.
Crave’s band of the month for October sit down after a studio session for some insight on their creative approach.
As anticipation builds for Deap Vally’s Austin City Limits 2013 performance next weekend, we throw a few questions at the dynamic rock duo.
“Any lyric that sounds like it could be true, usually is.”
Metallica talks about their creative input on Through the Never, why the Guitar Hero craze ended, Beavis & Butthead, B-Sides and Sean Parker.