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Issue 79 of Black Velvet Zine is out now and includes:

The following interviews:

Goo Goo Dolls (Johnny Rzeznik and Robby Takac) chat about their rebellious early years, evolving as artists, being guarded and feeling relaxed and how five miles is more than enough to run.

Skillet's John Cooper discusses about his teenage years, body image, how trying to bring two worlds together can be hard and how the family-orientated band still see music as an experience.

Sleeping With Sirens chat about inspiring fans, how family members keep them grounded and boats like bulldogs.

Tonight Alive's Jenna McDougall chats about insecurities, bad habits and relating to Alanis Morrisette.

We Are The Ocean discuss raising the bar, making your parents proud and how having no timescale takes some of the pressure off writing their next album.

Dregen tells us how his biggest battle is himself, how he doesn't have that many 'real, real friends' and how he helped the homeless when he got married.

Fearless Vampire Killers tell us about their big dreams and plans for the band, what they'd steal from Will Control if they could, how criticism affects the band members in different ways and how they try and give words of hope and encouragement to fans.

The A-Z of MisterNothing. We chat about albums, zones and everything in between (such as bad habits, boxes and Burntwood).

Taking Hayley tell us why they decided to call it a day, how the MADE festival cancellation affected the band, how their farewell tour will be emotional and what they want to be remembered for.

Mary Has A Gun tell us how they've faced the bad times and the good times together, how they create visual stories with their lyrics and how their home country of France is a hard country to play in.

Cartographer chat about balancing fiction and non-fiction in their lyrics, how music is art and art is about interpretation and how you shouldn't get caught up in trying to be in the spotlight.

BlueGem chat about mind chaos, asking questions and the power of the mass.

Dance! No Thanks tell us how the band is their escape from normal life, how playing in Sum 41 would be a dream and how their top priority is being themselves 24/7.

Bon Jovi in Australia - tour report.

Concert reviews including Goo Goo Dolls, Steel Panther, Sleeping With Sirens, Nickelback, Bowling For Soup, Tonight Alive, Madina Lake, Joseph Whelan & MisterNothing.

Competition to win a signed MisterNothing setlist, MisterNothing 'All Our Favourite Bands Are Dead' album, 2 Wendy's cream eggs and a Collapsabottle.

Album, single and EP reviews including Less Than Jake, Skillet, Falling Red, Teenage Casket Company, Patriot Rebel, Decade, Vamps (Jpn), MisterNothing, Octane Ok, Damn Dice, The Dead Daisies and more.

'A (Musical) Note From...' - by Danny Roselle (Waking Heroes)

All the usuals such as Supersonic Future Superstars (featuring Drought and Rumours), Fansite Focus (featuring Shinedown's Nation), BV CV featuring Bobbie Jean Brown and 'Eatin' Ain't Cheatin' (this issue featuring Wendy's Cream Eggs).

Filling up the rest of the space with ads are: BlueGem, SquidHat Records,and Waking Heroes.

 

 

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Above: Sleeping With Sirens with Black Velvet 77 and 76

Above: MisterNothing with Black Velvet 78

Above: Skillet's John Cooper with Black Velvet 78 and 71.

Above: Drew Woolnough (Fearless Vampire Killers) with Black Velvet 77

 

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