Mexico’s Portal to HELL!
Where Brujos Do The Devils Work
via Dazed Digital Text & Photos by Tony Farfalla The heat from the enormous burning pentagram is nearly...
Musical Shamanism 101
Not long ago, I was challenged to write a guitar instruction book. It was apparent to me, and...
The Hispanic Impact on the
Early New York Hardcore Scene
Pt. 2!!! by Freddy Alva
This Article Was Written by Freddy Alva & Formatted by No Echo Photo: Stijn Marcoen [Editor's note: This...
Early Gay Verse Comes to Light
via The Guardian In 1898 the Wickedest Man in the World was feeling thoroughly sorry for himself. The...
Metal Cats Book Release Party!
You might remember a post I did about the metaldudes & cats book a while back…well, it’s finally...
Would You Have Sex to a Portishead Record?
The other day I was reading Public Service Announcement, a piece from Beth Lisick’s Yokohama Threeway. It opens...
Looking For The Magic :
Max G. Morton Artist Spotlight
Who is Max G. Morton? There’s a surprising dearth of information online about this writer and publisher; a...
Getting Damaged…A Story About the Black Bars
As a kid and burgeoning adolescent I spent almost every weekend for a period of years longer than...
Jonathan Shaw: Narcisa – Book Review
“Between us, there always seemed to exist some deeper identification, born of a deep, unspoken bond; an underlying...
I’d heard word that they put on punk shows at a few different places around town. This news...
CVLT Nation’s Top 6
Art Posts of 2013
This year we have an interesting collection of art posts for the Top 6 of 2013 in the...
Into The Darkness…
A Rare Look At
The Tunnels Of San Francisco
Photos & Text from The Bold Italic In the early ’90s my friends and I used to tape...
The Beastie Boys
For MCA In the days of analog videotape, gas lamps and horse-drawn carriages, before even dial-up...
Thoughts For A Dimebag
For “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott (August 20, 1966 – December 8, 2004) Steve Collins was my primary school’s resident...
The Victorian Blood Book
The Victorian Blood Book was a part of Evelyn Waugh‘s personal collection of Victorian texts and manuscripts, and...
Book Review and Author Interview: Liz Worth’s PostApoc
PostApoc, by Liz Worth. Now or Never Publishing, 184 pages. The underlying anxiety of disaster fiction always stems...