joey sturgis

15 music producers who made major career moves with their early work

In the music world, everybody has to start somewhere. While a producer’s early albums are their proving ground for a bright future in the field, they also need luck on their side to find a successful band and a scene-changing album to springboard the rest of their career into the stratosphere. From legendary production masters […]

GFM ride the lightning in the crushing video for “Taking Over”

Say hey to GFM, three hard-rocking young women from Jacksonville, Florida, who are going to raise some cane and (in the process) your spirits. Today AltPress is premiering the video for their new single, “Taking Over.” Talk about truth in advertising. Maggie, CJ and Lulu English bring some slamming piston-engine riffs against cool pop melodies […]

Mega-producer Joey Sturgis reveals his secret to making bands sound larger than life

Producer Joey Sturgis has worked with the biggest bands in the scene, including the Devil Wears Prada, Asking Alexandria, We Came As Romans, Of Mice & Men and more. However, he never intended to do any of it. A man who is now a big name in the business when it comes to making big […]

Learn mixing techniques from Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, Emmure)

This Thursday and Friday, producer Joey Sturgis will host a Mixing Master Class for CreativeLive. Known for his work with Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, Emmure, Attila, the Devil Wears Prada and countless others, Sturgis will cover “everything from EQ and compression strategies, to automation, tips, tricks and more.” The two-day mixing techniques course will stream […]

Asking Alexandria, Joey Sturgis, Celldweller talk with CreativeLive

Asking Alexandria and Joey Sturgis enlisted Celldweller to remix one of their songs for the upcoming album, Stepped Up and Scratched. They met up with CreativeLive to discuss that experience and electronic music production. Check it out! Get the full story behind the production of Stepped Up and Scratched here.

Blessthefall begin recording new album with Joey Sturgis

Blessthefall entered the studio this morning with producer Joey Sturgis to begin recording their fifth full-length album. Check out a post from the band below and let us know what you're hoping to hear from the new LP. APTV: Star Wars talk with Blessthefall You'll be able to catch the band all summer long performing […]

A conversation with producer Joey Sturgis (Of Mice & Men, Asking Alexandria)

AP and CreativeLive are teaming up to bring you this interview with Joey Sturgis, who has produced everyone from Of Mice & Men to We Came As Romans. In the video, Sturgis speaks on the beginning of his career, when he convinced the Devil Wears Prada to let him produce their album. He also talks […]

Producer Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, the Devil Wears Prada) launches solo project

Powerhouse producer Joey Sturgis, who has literally produced everyone—Of Mice & Men, the Word Alive, the Devil Wears Prada, Blessthefall, Asking Alexandria, Miss May I and way more—has launched his own solo project, the Korean Lighthouse. Sturgis states: “The Korean Lighthouse was born from my musical curiosity in finding my style and my self. The […]

The Holy Guile (ex-Crimson Armada) premiere video for “The Celebration”

Ohio death-metal quintet the Holy Guile will be going into the studio with producer Joey Sturgis in late March to record their new album. But before they go, the band have something else in store for you: a brand new music video for the track “The Celebration”—a relentless barrage of metallic insanity. Watch the video below, and tell us what […]

Crown The Empire tease new song

Crown The Empire have posted a short clip of singers Andrew Velasquez and David Escamilla practicing vocals for a new song from their upcoming album.  The song title is not revealed but some lyrics can be made out from the track: “If all we are is just machines, then let’s become a miracle…” You can […]

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! - Pardon My French

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Pardon My French Call them popcore, easycore, melodic metalcore or whatever sub-subgenre you feel like inventing yourself. (Try it; it just might catch on.) Whatever descriptor you choose for French quintet Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, we should agree they’ve taken a great leap forward on their sophomore album. They weren’t exactly […]

Crown The Empire - The Fallout

Crown The Empire The Fallout Once upon a time, the term “metalcore” was reserved for bands that combined the ferocity of metal with the rage of hardcore. My, how times have changed. Crown The Empire, a seven-piece from Dallas, are an example of what’s being referred to as metalcore in late 2012, and it’s not […]