Just after the New Year, Jesse Sprinkle entered his studio to find the computer that runs his sound board exploded and the speakers squealing. As he puts it, his “livelihood burnt up overnight.” As a friend of the magazine, he put in a special note: This place means the world to him and his family.

Since 2007, I’ve been running this studio with my awesome friend George Hochbrueckner. I can’t put into words how much this place means to me. This studio has provided for my family, it’s produced music that has reached people locally and across the world, we’ve hosted amazing concerts and even tea parties. No matter what it is, I believe we’re helping people achieve goals and live out their dreams — the dreams that really mean something. … I hope that we can keep making this studio a better place.


Pantokrator 2021

Marching Onward

After being together for a quarter of a century, they've been called Illuminati, fundamentalists, and even fascists. Now, with their first new album in seven years, 'Marching Out of Babylon,' they're honed in more than ever, a steadfast and evolved version of themselves. Andrew Voigt digs a little deeper into the Swedish band's roots, uncovers the narratives on the new release, and finds out how a little playground spat brought the band together.


Photo by Rebecka Gustafsson

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Brian "Head" Welch

Love and Death and Resurrection

After an eight year hiatus, Love and Death return with 'Perfectly Preserved,' an eclectic and personal release for nu-metal icon and frontman Brian 'Head' Welch. Still at the heart of it all, the man with the dreads details his life in the spotlight after returning to Korn, the launch of a holistic recovery center, and his spearheading of an autobiographical documentary. As fresh as he's ever been at 50 years old, he's still got more to give.


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The Industrial Revolution

Italian creative Giovanni Bucci, otherwise known as ODDKO, has spent a professional career pushing the limits of some of the world's largest brands. HM contributor Andrew Voigt talks with the man behind the curtain to find out what it looks like when he pushes the limits of his own creativity.


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