Enoch Magazine had the chance to talk with , the singer of the band Silent Planet (Solid State Records), at Warped Tour 2016 in Dallas, TX. Silent Planet (Solid State Records) is Garrett Russell- Vocals and Screaming Twitter – @TylerCarter4L | Instagram – tylercarter4l Alex Camarena – Drums Twitter – @therettes | Instagram – therettes […]
Francheska Pastor, singer of Bad Seed Rising (Roadrunner / Atlantic Records) talked with Enoch Magazine at the first day of the 2016 Vans Warped Tour in Dallas. Francheska tells us about how she keeps stuff to help the homeless in car, her fears of being on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour, and how a band […]
John O’Callaghan (Vocals) and Garrett Nickelsen (Bass) from The Maine (8123 Records) stopped to talk with Enoch Magazine on the 2016 Vans Warped 2016. John and Garret talk about their goals and expectations for being back on Warped Tour, their experiences with the homeless, the poverty they’ve seen in 3rd world countries and how they connect and remain connected with fans in an age that’s overwhelmed with social media.
Volumes (Fearless Records) was kind enough to talk with Enoch Magazine on the very first day of Warped Tour. Volumes share their goals, expectations, and fears about the 2016 Van’s Warped Tour, they desire to not get kicked off the Vans Warped Tour (like they did in 2014), their experience with the homeless and living […]
Enoch Magazine talks with Evan Couture (Vocals), Sean Humphrey (Bass), and Jordan Modro (guitar) from Avion Roe (Epitaph Records). Follow @enochmagazine Tweet to @enochmagazine Tweet It was the first date on the 2016 Vans Warped Tour in Dallas, Texas and Avion Roe (Epitaph Records) had the chance to play in front of their hometown crowd. […]
Enoch Magazine interviews vocalist, Davey Muise of the band VANNA. Davey Muise talks about his pre show rituals, his Non-Profit Shovel Brand Clothing, the homeless and how the he connects with Vanna’s fans thru social media.
Enoch Magazine interviews the band Ghost Town (Fueled by Ramen) and then films their live show. We asked them about their expectations for the tour, useful band regiments, the homeless, Jesus, connecting with fans on social media and their parents’ jobs.
Enoch Magazine caught up with Mike Gaborno, AKA “Gabby,” of Manic Hispanic at the VANS punk rock IT’S NOT DEAD Festival. In this interview, Gabby talks about discovering punk rock, having health issues from heroin and drug use, getting a bad verdict from his doctors, finding Jesus and recovery through the Holy Spirit. He also […]