The world is fucking upside down, as we all know, and the one thing that helps to keep me grounded is music. Especially tunes with a message, which is why I love bands like NAUSEA. Check out this blistering full set of them killing shit in Germany. It’s sort of
What you are about to hear is a very special interview with Drew Carolan, the creator of the unreal book that came out this year called MATINEE All Ages on the Bowery (pick up a copy HERE). To say that this book captured 80’s hardcore history would be an understatement!
Fallen Empire Records is one of my favorite labels. They had a slew of releases this 2017, usually shorter in length to render portable enough to release in vinyl format. This feature is the first of a two-part special providing snippets of their 2017 releases, along with streams of each
Do you have a few minutes to sit and watch a video that will haunt your nightmares for months to come? Then hit play on the new visual from LA TORTURE DES TÉNÈBRES that we are premiering below. It’s the horrifying and beautiful sounds this dark-hearted horde create that make this
Belgium’s Oathbreaker will be playing their last show before taking an extended hiatus and we’ve got 3 pairs of tickets to give away to 3 of our lucky readers! The show will be on Dec. 20th, 2017 at Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, so if you are able to be there
Ernest Fairchild was his birth name, but all of us in the comic world knew him as EVIL ERNIE. The year was 1991 when he burst on to the scene. What made EVIL ERNIE such a good comic to read was the stories that Brian Pulido wrote for him. What
Do you need dreamy goth pop sounds to get you through this hump day? I do, so I’m going to have HUMAN LEATHER’s LP Lazy Karaoke on repeat all day. The album came out in April of this year and is on its second pressing of cassettes via Cercle Social
Last spring, souls rotted and blood froze in the veins as mysterious German raw/atmospheric black metal duo ABKEHR released their harrowing debut album on tape (take the leap back in time HERE). Upon release, In Asche made heads turn with its crippling overload of depressive mastery and of raw black metal