How The Internet Changed Heavy Metal; Video Report Available

Metal Injection has unveiled the third episode of its series which turns the camera onto the people working behind the scenes in the music industry, “On The Record”. This is the second of a five-part series focusing on “A Decade Of Metal.” Each week, some of the heavyweights that make the heavy metal industry tick will weigh in on the biggest subjects to occur in the metal scene in the last decade. This edition focuses on the Internet. The Internet has changed every facet of the music industry, from the way a band is promoted, to how music is distribute to how people even get their work down. In this edition, music industry heavyweights talk about these changes in great details, as this is the longest and most in-depth episode of “On The Record” yet.

Here is a collection of the people interviewed for this landmark series:

* Michael Amott (CARCASS, ARCH ENEMY)
* Ash Avildsen (Sumerian Records)
* Anders Björler (AT THE GATES, THE HAUNTED)
* John Bambino (Heavy Hitter, In De Goot Entertainment)
* Doc Coyle (GOD FORBID)
* Al Dawson (Earache Records)
* John Gallagher (DYING FETUS)
* Brandon Geist (Revolver magazine)
* Guy Kozowyk (THE RED CHORD, Blackmarket Activities)
* Jason Lekberg (Epic Records, Eleven Seven Music)
* Bob Lugowe (Relapse Records)
* Kelli Malella (Metal Blade Records)
* Jose Mangin (SiriusXM, MTV2’s “Headbangers Ball”)
* Albert Mudrian (Decibel magazine)
* Dan Rodriguez (Metal Insider, The Syndicate)
* Amy Sciarretto (Roadrunner Records)
* Marc Shapiro (Branch Marketing Collective, Roadrunner Records, Ferret Records)
* Gary Susalis (Music Choice)
* Bram Teitelman (Metal Insider, The Syndicate)
* Alisha Turull (Heavy Hitter, In De Goot Entertainment)
* Oderus Urungus (GWAR)
* Loana DP Valencia (Nuclear Blast Records)
* George Vallee (Century Media Records, Sumerian Records)

 


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