A lot has changed in Sam Fogarino's world over the past 14 months. Last August, the former Victoria Park resident turned Brooklynite was embarking on his first U.S. tour as the drummer of Interpol, a NYC-based quartet of sharply dressed, moody post-punks riding a gigantic wave of overseas hype. For Fogarino, the expedition was the culmination of more than 16 years spent pounding the skins for a string of bands, most notably Fort Lauderdale's Holy Terrors. Would Interpol wind up like the Terrors -- a massively talented but doomed local legend that completed only one... More >>>